Let us go historical, my happy tummies! Let us make a perfect blend of road trip, food adventure and history in one plate. This would surely make the experience more unforgettable.
I found Neal Fraser’s restaurant, Redbird, a perfect pick. It is located at downtown, Los Angeles. It is strategically put up in a historically beautiful landmark structure, the Cathedral of St. Vibiana. The place offers the the diners with a glimpse of the ancient bell tower through the building’s retractable canopy. The open and spacious courtyard dining area was so designed to facilitate the ordering of artful dishes. And if you are enthusiastic of learning things, you might want some little know-about wines through their menu cards.
I have here bagged some of the delectables available for serving.
It is worth the wait. The restaurant’s staff served me this after a number of follow ups. But all the time spent waiting paid off. It is highly recommended. And indeed, during the stop over, I have noticed several tables served with the bowl. It is so amazing how an ordinary looking chorizo be transformed into a mouth- watering good. The orzo pelato was also something new.
Burrata is an intelligent choice! The prosciutta and persimmons tasted so fresh. They make a great comb together. I, too, love scent which, I think, doubled my appetite for the day. The whiff speaks highly of what you may expect of the food. This is a real treat. It’s worth every penny paid.
This Weiser Pee Wee Potatoes with Chorizo and Rosemary may not be a good choice for those who are, too, watchful of their carbohydrate levels. But this may be a champion to the nonchalant. But certainly, a plateful of this delight would not hurt much. The savor of the well-cooked potato would justify the ounce of carbs that one might gain.
And who could resist these nicely decorated drinks? Certainly, not I. Although I would suggest that it is consumed to the bottom upon serving. I had a little aftertaste experience when I had it stand till after my last plate.
Certainly, this would not be my first and last taste of this historic place. I intend to to share this paradise with some friends by mid of the year. The ambiance and the place itself is so perfect for a small acquaintance party.
The people, like in all other places I have gone so far, are so accommodating. This is one of the work values I appreciate much in places where I wanted to feed my hungry tummy. The food becomes more palatable when you find yourself in a relaxing ambiance and surrounded with people whom you may not know but whom you cannot consider as stranger. Except, for the delayed serving of the Day Boat Scallop, I found my experience in Redbird perfect.
Overall, I am giving Redbird a standing ovation!