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Orsa & Winston

Italian Restaurant$$$$
Gallery Row, Los Angeles
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7.9/10
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  • The experts at Eater and Serious Eats recommend this place
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    • Serious Eats
  • Michael C.
    "Very delicious directional tasting menu."(3 Tips)
    Los Angeles Times
    "intimate omakase restaurant Orsa"(3 Tips)
    Serious Eats
    "Chef Josef Centeno's fine dining spot, where more..."(2 Tips)
    Go Find Alice
    "season veggies or seafood crudo"(3 Tips)
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  • Eater
    EaterMay 9, 2016
    This blend of Japanese and Italian high end restaurant offers medium and larger tasting menus. Either way, the meals here are immediately gratifying and more than reasonably priced. Read more
  • Go Find Alice
    Go Find AliceApril 23, 2015
    Healthy lunch options here. Choose a grain or kelp noodle bowl and then pick from one of the 3 mains to top it off: beef curry, season veggies or seafood crudo
  • Eater
    EaterJanuary 3, 2014
    Orsa & Winston, a small, minimalist-designed Japanese-Italian hybrid Downtown. Here one will find prix fixe menus priced at $60, $95, or the super omakase for $195.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMay 29, 2014
    Chef Josef Centeno's fine dining spot, where more Mediterranean flavors and lots of wood-fired options are on display via the coursed-out tasting menus. 4 stars.
  • Linhda T.
    Linhda TranApril 6, 2014
    The five course left me more than fulfilled. Lots of Japanese, Spanish and Italian influences. Menu changes nightly. Everything was creative, beautifully plated and tasted so good!
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyJanuary 29, 2016
    The type of opulence dealt out at Orsa & Winston, either in a six-course or 10-course dinner, is one of simplicity and restraint. Read more
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyJanuary 29, 2016
    Service is relaxed but attentive, good wine is poured at accessible prices, and the warm, occasionally raucous dining room feels more like a dinner party. Read more
  • Los Angeles Times
    Los Angeles TimesAugust 3, 2014
    The intimate omakase restaurant Orsa & Winston is the showcase Josef Centeno's followers have been hoping for since he burst onto the scene a decade ago. Read more
  • Los Angeles Times
    Los Angeles TimesJanuary 17, 2014
    "If no one has ordered the super omakase reserved for the four-seat chef's counter, ask to sit there, where you can watch each dish come together." Read more
  • Time Out Los Angeles
    Time Out Los AngelesAugust 5, 2014
    An absolutely lovely, perfectly wintery chestnut soup with Maine lobster and a dollop of crème fraîche. Read more
  • Stephen S.
    Stephen SmytheAugust 13, 2016
    Italian? Maybe. Fusion for sure! Spanish meets Italian meets Japanese in a crazy fresh twist.
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyJanuary 29, 2016
    Orsa & Winston manages to dispense with many of the stodgier trappings associated with high-end restaurants. Read more
  • Christine D.
    Christine D.August 7, 2014
    Amazing flavours but pricey! There is a $12 surcharge for modifications made to the menu if you have food allergies.
  • Michael C.
    Michael ChenMay 4, 2016
    Very delicious directional tasting menu. Great wine pairings. Favorite was the beef carpaccio
  • Vivek B.
    Vivek BhagwatDecember 17, 2015
    Go a little late on a weeknight and get lots of "compliments" from the chef
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