Dine LA @ Piccolo

  • January 21, 2013 · 6:00 PM

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This highly acclaimed restaurant located near the Venice boardwalk, offers exceptional Italian cuisine in a relaxed and elegant atmosphere. For Dine LA, they are offering a 5 course meal for only $45 (not including beverage, tax or tip). On their current menu they offer a 4 course tasting menu for $50, and a 6 course tasting menu for $80, so 5 courses for $45 is a good deal for what should be a great meal. The regular menu items will also be available. The 2013 Zagat Guide gives Piccolo a 28 for food, a 25 for decor, and a 26 for service (scores of 26 - 30 mean "Extrodinary to Perfection"). Here's the Dine LA menu:


First Course (choose one): 


slow cooked beef tongue, grilled chef’s accompainements


heirloom tomatoes, imported burrata, basil, Larino olive oil


seared sea scallops, parmesan-truffle fondue


Second Course (choose one): 


lobster, sugo, roasted garlic oil, thyme


slow-roasted ox-tail, vaccinara ragú


braised rabbit ragú, aromatic spices, white wine


 Third Course:


fontina filled, handcrafted ravioli. Parmesan truffle butter sauce, fresh truffle shavings


Fourth Course (choose one):


smoked salt-roasted veal skirt, seasonal mushrooms, veal reduction


seared, natural, australian kobe n.y. steak, lemon-thyme pesto, maldon salt


mediterannean monkfish, wrapped in tuscan kale, riso venere, cinzano cream


Fifth Course (choose one): 


mascarpone cream, chocolate ganache


puffs filled with valrhona gianduja chocolate


marinated hawaiian pineapple, thinly sliced


white peach pannacotta, pistacchios


ricotta and mascarpone torte: saffron coulis


banana-mascarpone parfait: chocolate sauce


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