Short Stories Restaurant

Los Angeles
Peruvian Restaurant

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Landing in the former Farmer’s Daughter space is this worldly bistro from chef Ricardo Zarate (Rosaline, Picca, Paiche) that’s set in a stunning hotel courtyard and gives way to an open-air bar and dining room with hanging disco ball plant fixtures, navy banquettes, and Barbie pink walls.The Lomo Saltado is a must-order, with skirt steak and marble potatoes that are drenched in a Peruvian soy glaze and topped with a sunny egg, as are the Moroccan-spiced lamb chops with saffron Israeli couscous and cinnamon yogurt, plus plenty of shareables like Ceviche Clasico, Baby Artichokes, and Spanish Octopus. Cocktails skew refreshing and bright, with a Pisco Sour and White Sangria on offer, plus a Cantaloupe Basil Margarita with mezcal, and a few beers and wines by the glass.
How to book: Reservations can be made online. Walk-ins welcome.

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