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Angler Los Angeles (CLOSED)

  • Restaurants
  • Beverly
  • price 4 of 4
  1. Angler interior
    Photograph: Courtesy Jakob N. LaymanAngler Los Angeles
  2. Angler seaweed rice
    Photograph: Courtesy Jakob N. Layman
  3. Angler capon wing
    Photograph: Courtesy Jakob N. Layman
  4. Eggplant dish at Angler
    Photograph: Courtesy Jakob N. Layman

Time Out says

After a nine month closure, this upscale seafood spot from San Francisco is back with a new head chef, new interior design and an entirely different menu. The wood accented dining room feels cozier and more intimate, and the team has kept the open kitchen and live seafood tanks. In the care of Paul Chung, a stronger Los Angeles sensibility shines through on a menu full of shareable small plates and dishes reflective of the chef’s heritage, including caviar seaweed rice and a refined pork belly bossam. Exceptionally sourced seafood, of course, is still the focus here, and while the Beverly Center probably isn’t most people’s first idea of a good time, a meal at the new Angler just might change your mind.

Patricia Kelly Yeo
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Patricia Kelly Yeo


8500 Beverly Blvd
Ste 117
Los Angeles
Opening hours:
Tue–Thu 5–9pm; Fri, Sat 5–10pm
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