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Terra Cotta is a globally-influenced, lavish restaurant in Koreatown. With its proximity to the Wiltern (it’s attached), communal tables, and a wraparound bar, it’s a great option for pre- and post-theater dining and imbibing. The Asian-leaning menu is divided into categories: raw, vegetable, anju, mains, family. You can find dishes with classic Asian ingredients fused into global and regional California cuisine, like oysters with Korean pear mignonette, beets and carrots with tofu tsaziki and yuzu, and salmon with Brussels sprouts, chorizo, and yuzu kosho. The cocktails are Asian-influenced as well, with ingredients like Soju, ginger, and black sesame stirred into their signature concoctions. There’s also an entire section devoted to gin and tonics, which you’d be remiss to overlook.

Terra Cotta Los Angeles
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Terra Cotta

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Terra Cotta is a globally-influenced, lavish restaurant in Koreatown. With its proximity to the Wiltern (it’s attached), communal tables, and a wraparound bar, it’s a great option for pre- and post-theater dining and imbibing. The Asian-leaning menu is divided into categories: raw, vegetable, anju, mains, family. You can find dishes with classic Asian ingredients fused into global and regional California cuisine, like oysters with Korean pear mignonette, beets and carrots with tofu tsaziki and yuzu, and salmon with Brussels sprouts, chorizo, and yuzu kosho. The cocktails are Asian-influenced as well, with ingredients like Soju, ginger, and black sesame stirred into their signature concoctions. There’s also an entire section devoted to gin and tonics, which you’d be remiss to overlook.