Locations: Tom Bradley International Airport, LAX; 345 North Maple Drive, Beverly Hills, California; 8500 Burton Way, Los Angeles, California
Telephone Number: +1 310-806-6464
Opeing Hours: 8:00am to 9:30pm Daily
Official Website: www.tavernla.com
Facebook: Tavern Los Angeles
The LARDER at TAVERN by James Beard Award Winner Chef Suzanne Goin
Having won James Beard awards for three times including the Best Chef in Los Angeles in 2006, Chef Suzanne Goin’s long long list of impressive culinary craftsmanship indeed make her one of the best chefs and restaurateurs in America.
From Ma Maison, Todd English’s Olives in Boston, to Alain Passard’s Arpège in Paris, she has worked with some of the best restaurants in the world before creating successful restaurants such as A.O.C., and The Hungry Cat. The Lucques has been critically acclaimed and awarded three stars by the Los Angeles Times.
Her latest venture, The Tavern at Brentwood, which she has opened with James Beard Award nomineee sommelier Caroline Styne, is some of the most glamorous restaurants in the Westside of Los Angeles, with interiors designed by Jeffrey Allan Marks. Her popup bakery and cafe at Tom Bradley International Airport is nothing short of breathtaking. One shouldn’t pass the opportunity to experience James Beard Award Winning Chef Suzanne Goin’s The Larder at Tavern.
Chef Suzanne Goin’s bestselling cookbooks are the Rolls Royce of cookbooks in Los Angeles, which are available at The Larder.
It would be a shame to pass by The Larder on an early morning flight without a breakfast at The Larder at Tavern.
Challah French Toast – $10.95
Muffins, Scones, Croissants offer a quick bite but grab the Challah French Toast to get the taste of tender, melt-in-your-mouth french toasts dipped in maple syrup.
Two Eggs Any Style – $9.50 + $2.25 (Ham or Bacon)
Two Eggs in any style of your choice plus Ham or Bacon on the side caps your complete breakfast at the Larder. It’s the perfect breakfast for me.
Skip Starbucks and head to The Larder at Tavern, one of my recommended places to dine at Los Angeles Airport.
The Larder at Tavern Rating:
|Taste and Originality:||(4.5 / 5)|
|Customer Experience:||(4.0 / 5)|
|Value for Money:||(3.0 / 5)|
|Brick and Mortar:||(4.5 / 5)|
|Average:||(4.0 / 5)|