My mouth starts to water when I think of fresh crudo – uncooked fish, thinly sliced and drizzled with olive oil, an acid (such as lemon) and seasonings. A classic Italian dish, there are a handful of Italian restaurants in Los Angeles known for their crudo. With a crudo bar in the center of the restaurant and a variety of crudo dishes on the menu, Culina Restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles is one of these restaurants.
In addition to the crudo dishes on the dinner menu, which range from $12-$14, Chef Mette Williams has created four seasonal crudo dishes for #crudohour. And, even better, they only cost $6 each. So head to Culina, grab a seat at the crudo bar and order up.
Salmone – scottish salmon, stone fruit, orange scent, preserved herbs
Tonno – ahi tuna, lardo bread crumbs, scallion, bottarga
Ippoglosso – halibut citrus pickled rhubarb, strawberry and pinot grigio gelee
Ricciola – hawaiian yellowtail, peach relish, marjoram, lemon zest
#CrudoHour is also happy hour so while enjoying the crudo, Culina offers a selection of wines and cocktails for $7 each.
Villa Sparina Gavi di Gavi
Bitter Bee – vodka, honey, mint, fresh lime, bitters
While the crudo is the hightlight of the happy hour menu, Culina offers a few additional items, such as the Short Rib Meatball, which we decided to put on top of the Spaghetti alla Chitarra with San Marzano tomato sauce, peperoncini and basil (the spaghetti is not on the happy hour menu)
Head to Culina at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles every Monday through Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 pm and enjoy crudo and a cocktail! It’s a really happy hour when it’s also a #crudohour!
300 S Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90048