A Savory Experience

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[youtube id=”pcQxUShejt8″] by: Sophie Gayot Chef Paul Shoemaker had a Chumash Indian blessing ceremony when Savory, his Malibu restaurant, opened. We’d like to believe that the sacred vibe of the Chumash permeates the California bistro, and that Savory will be a success. Many elements are there for the beach town residents: an elegant, yet casual and welcoming d├ęcor; very fresh local produce; tasty cuisine; low prices (the most expensive dish is $16); a quality wine list; and very good service. Learn more about chef Shoemaker with my exclusive video above, and explore some of his dishes with the photos below. You can read my review of Savory in our Restaurant section. For more exclusive video interviews, go to GAYOT.com’s Chef Interview page. Keep up with the LA dining scene with Los Angeles Restaurant Reviews, News, Culinary Events and Wine Dinners. You can click on each photo to enlarge to see dishes from Savory restaurant menu. All photos by Sophie Gayot. Savory on Urbanspoon