Top 10 Best Fine Dining Restaurants In Beverly Hills
Ratings Provided by Yelp
Beverly Hills is known for being the epicenter for all things beauty related, but the city has a lot more to offer than just things pretty. Beverly Hills has some of the best restaurants in Los Angeles. To be more specific, high-end steakhouses and fresh sushi bars seem to dominate the landscape.
These are the top 10 best restaurants in beverly hills according to Yelp:
Mastro’s Steakhouse – 4.5 Stars
People come to Mastro’s for their collection of classic steaks and seafood options, but they return for the service and the lively atmosphere. Some of the most popular food items are lobster mashed potatoes, bone-in fillet, and the seafood tower appetizer.
Sushi Sasabune – 4.5 Stars
If sushi is what you crave, check out Sushi Sasabune located in an unassuming plaza on Olympic Boulevard. Known for their exceptionally fresh and high quality fish, some of the most popular items on Yelp include Blue Crab hand rolls, scallops, yuzu and albacore sashimi. If you sit at the sushi bar ask Chef Ei for his recommendations; you won’t be sorry.
Nozawa Bar – 4.5 Stars
This omakase-style sushi spot is popular for special occasions. Not only do they fly in most of their fish directly from the famous Tsukiji Market in Japan, but the ambience is high-end yet casual. Chef Fujita is also known for being very friendly and approachable, making the dining experience unique.
Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse – 4 Stars
If you have never tried a Brazilian Steakhouse, start with the best at Forego de Chão. Yelpers rave about the service, especially the attentive hosts, and the quality of the meat and sides being much better than any other Brazilian BBQ. Must-tries are lamb chops, bacon-wrapped fillet mignon, and top sirloin.
Urasawa – 4.5 Stars
If you just can’t decide between sushi and steak, you are sure to enjoy another Rodeo Drive mainstay, Urasawa. Boasting forward-thinking dishes such as the Kobe Beef Sushi and Toro and Bacon Sushi, Urasawa is a must-try for any foodie looking for something different and delicious.
Maude – 4.5 Stars
If you enjoy a good wine paired with good food in a casual setting, head over to Maude on Beverly Drive. Owned and operated by Curtis Stone, a popular television chef, Maude is not your typical eatery. According to one Yelp review, “They select one seasonal ingredient per month, and create a 9-course tasting menu surrounding it.” Top Tip: Call for reservations early in the day or you may get a busy signal. You have been warned.
CUT – 4 Stars
Located within the famed Beverly Wilshire Hotel, CUT Steakhouse needs no introduction. Combining continental style service with both classic and non-traditional steakhouse fare, it’s hard to go wrong ordering anything from the menu. Favorites include: a bone-in filet mignon with caramelized onions and house cognac-mustard sauce with puréed potatoes; slow-cooked Matar Masala braised American Wagyu short ribs with Polenta.
The Bazaar by José Andrés – 4 Stars
For a dining experience that is out of the ordinary, The Bazaar in Beverly Grove has it all: craft cocktails and fancy Tapas such as Sturgeon Caviar served on a rock, Organized Caesar Salad topped with quail egg, The Famous Philly Cheesesteak sandwich, and Uni Avocado steam buns to name a few. When dining here, it is remarkable to see how José Andrés looks at gastronomy.
Scarpetta – 4 Stars
Serving rustic yet flavorful Italian-American cuisine, Scott Conant’s Scarpetta is a lovely alternative to the typical steak and sushi options so common in Beverly Hills. Try the Grilled Imported Spanish Octopus, Saffron Cavatelli, or enjoy their signature Spaghetti with tomato and basil.
The Polo Lounge – 4 Stars
If brunch or lunch is more your speed, visit the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Often a popular destination for people watching, the iconic styling of the Beverly Hills Hotel includes a red carpet walkway and live piano music in the lobby. Yelpers seem to enjoy the pastas, salads and crab cakes with a world-class wine list.
This post is provided by Arthur Glosman.