After reading many positive foodie comments here, finally got a chance to check this place out. The food, in a word, is excellent. We had the Burrata with tomatillo salsa and the lettuce, beets, avocado,pita, feta and creamy sumac to start, then fried quail with grits, chard, bacon and maple jus and the bbq pork belly and slaw sandwiches. Each dish was interesting and absolutely delicious. The only negative was the sticky toffee pudding which was waaaaaaay too salty! As noted above, the place is VERY noisy; conversing requires strong vocal chords, even at close quarters. And, while the food prices are reasonable, the wines are quite expensive. The only wines in single figures for a glass are the house red and white. I saw only a couple of bottles in the 40's. Lots of other choices, but $50 and up...and up.
435 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036