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The Bazaar restaurant, within the SLS hotel, is a funky playground for the sophisticated young professional, a place to unwind after work or have an impromptu, lavish six course dinner conceptualized by chef José Andrés. At the bar, you'll find high-end drinks and plush furniture. In the restaurant, you'll find a menu of Spanish small plates, many with the influence of molecular gastronomy. And the restaurant cures its own olives, which means dirtier martinis.
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L.A. is a city that demands the conceit of dining in someone's outrageous fantasy, should the occasion call for it, and Jose Andres' Bazaar provides just such an option. Located in the SLS Hotel, the dining room looks like it was designed by the... More »
I love it - the food is super fun. I ate the cubed watermelon with hamachi on top and soy foam. And I love the salty potatoes. And air sandwiches are my favorite. And I love the new way martini with the liquified olive and the dirty foam - I mean, that's always delicious.
This is the coolest food going on in LA LA land. Jose Andres is world renowned and one visit to Bazaar and you'll know why. The menu has traditional tapas, but the highlight is the modern tapas for sure. Very labor intensive prep on innovative dishes like tuna wrapped in thinly sliced avocado, Caprese like you've never had - liquified and flavored and put back into the mozzarella skin and dressed with a light pesto so that when you bite it it squirts in your mouth. Really cools food that is truly delic. The hotel is really cool, too from the minute you walk in. Eclectic, modern, but warm and inviting. Usually crowded. Expensive, but not crazy. You can spend 100 duckets a person and be drunk and VERY satisfied.
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