Orsa & Winston
I came for dine la and was very pleased with the experience. Every bite I took was delicious, carefully prepared, and balanced. Also, everyone was so warm and welcoming.
It was good. We would come back again.
I went there last week and found the O&W Grain Bowl Salad with Hamashi was so good and decided to repeat today. Unfortunately, it is not good as the one I had last week. See the two photos for comparison.
By the way, the waitress was very friendly. That is a Michelin one-star restaurant style.
Perfect restaurant for both food and wine! Oh, also for environment
The restaurant is simple and clean with an open kitchen. The menu price is a little high. It does not have a WiFi access. The salad is very fresh and tasty.
This place was amazing. I went with my partner for a relaxing date night and we got just that and it was our first time here. Everyone there is so nice and attentive. The food though blew my mind. The wine pairing was the best wine pairing experience I’ve had in a long time. This place was worth every penny. I definitely want to come back, the food was amazing.
The set menu itself is pretty good for the value, but overall not so amazing or necessarily a steal of a bargain. But it is interesting and pretty well executed for certain dishes. The truffle hand cut pasta was a little disappointing, not aromatic with the truffles and falls a bit flat on flavor. Wines were interesting with some great choices. Service was attentive and caring. But I’ll be honest, it wasn’t as good as I thought going into this dinner.
Delicious food, creative mix of flavors. Every bite is tasty. We had brunch: Japanese breakfast, hand pulled pasta, and persimmon salad. Soufflé pancake and tapioca pudding for dessert. Savory dishes were all excellent. Dessert was decent. If you want the flavors of a two-star+ experience in a more casual ambiance without the usual stuffiness, this place is for you.
It’s really good. Each course brings diverse favor.
We came here for our anniversary on a weeknight. The restaurant was pretty quiet that night, but the service and food was absolutely unbeatable. We’ll definitely return soon!
Absolutely lovely. The room is quiet, the food was superb! Service is perfect.
We were not told that new year's dinner was $150 per person. It was good as always, but wish we were told of the price hike for the evening. Also the the seat was uncomfortable...
Wonderful expect this gem will get another star this year. Very considerate of my food allergies.
The food was good, but it only used some expensive ingredients like truffle. Particularly the service was poor. I didn't believe they had a michelin star. The waiter and waitress had no smile and just explained a little. Very disappointed.
The food was amazing! I just wish there was more of it. Next time I will order snacks before the meal.
It was awesome
Best Asian food in Los Angels. Strongly recommended
Absolutely amazing meal! Each dish was delicious and well-balanced. The prix fixe dinner menu may not fill you up if you are very hungry or eat a lot; supplemental a la carte dishes are available but you should account for this when considering the cost/value of the restaurant! Would definitely recommend and would likely return.
This is the gold standard of affordable price fixed set menus. Five courses with an amuse-gueule that IS Orsa & Winston in a skewer and an apple cider granita as a trou normand, each course tailored for maximum succulence. If you haven't been here, run, don't walk.
Beautiful and delicious food! Great for groups big and small, and the food is perfect for sharing.
Excellent brunch experience! The grits were surprisingly a highlight of our brunch. The wagyu donabe was very good. Unique dishes with beautiful presentation. Great service!
I came here for brunch on Sunday and the food was delicious. Our Server recommended some terrific dishes (see photos). I recommend coming when it opens on Sunday, less traffic, plenty street parking.
We had a delicious dinner and the wine pairings were spot on.
Why anyone would ever want to go to any other restaurant besides Orsa and Winston is beyond me. Every menu is a new adventure and our last visit was no exception. The flavor combinations are always revelatory...this time the matsutake broth and butternut puree dumplings blew our minds away! A visit to Orsa and Winston is a trip around the world.
The staff is so dedicated, knowledgable, and warm a visit there is a something more than eating a meal, but also receiving a culinary education wrapped around an amazing meal.
We just love this place. In LA, this is our Steady Eddie special spot.
Enjoyed lunch with a friend in all respects ... only complaint would be the acoustics.
Excellent food with an unparalleled consistency in execution!
Fabulous, unusual, interesting. Definitely a repeat.
Superb food that melds two cuisines, full of delightful surprises, especially the uni/roe/porridge and yam focaccia. Service was impeccable.
The “Artisans of Japan” dinner at Orsa & Winston was great!
It was a wonderful experience.
We had an excellent anniversary meal at Orsa & Winson this past week. The staff was attentive and everything on the tasting menu was delicious. We especially loved the satsuki rice porridge, washugyu flank steak, and all the little extras the kitchen provided to us. We sat at the counter so we had a nice view of all the action in the kitchen. Definitely recommend and will be back again!
We don’t get out much as we have two young kids, but this was a lovely date night experience. The food and wine pairings were excellent, and all the staff were friendly and knowledgeable and well-trained.
Amazing amazing amaing
Great vibe and house made Kombucha! Top notch food and cool staff.
Exceeded expectations with food and service. Went back 2 days later for brunch. Brunch more of the same
I had been wanting to go here for years. My husband and I are huge fans of the chef’s other restaurants, but this really missed the mark for us food wise. The menu was so odd and we really didn’t like the mid of flavors (uni in a creamy rice porridge, a very chewy flatiron steak). We did really like the atmosphere and the service was good, but the food is pretty key.
Always wonderful food, great service and nice ambience.
Food was great!
They fly a little under the radar for brunch, but it's one of the best in LA. Service is consistently excellent, the setting is understated and comfortable and the Japanese-inflected fare offers options ranging from creative spins on brunch classics (like their yummy grain pancakes or The Bear & Winston--an elevated bacon and eggs) to lunchy comfort fare like grain bowls and a fab chicken katsu parmesan. Love coming here.
Very good but the portions were tiny and I thought it was a bit overpriced.