I had an Echigo and two dishes - $27 pre T&T. It is the least I have paid in a non-pizzeria/non-diner/non-fast food restaurant in many years. Another near-first for me -- I had to bring half of one dish home there was so much. An excellent value for sure, but especially in the WeHo area.
I agree with yinyangdi about the garlic edamame....yummy.
I had the Curry kara-age (fried chicken) and the seard Tuna on flatbeard with a jalapeno-guacamole. Really likeed both.
I finally tried Ronin Izakaya Bistro last night and was really impressed by both the excellent food and attentive service. RIB's website says that it serves "eclectic small plates menu inspired by French cooking tweaked with international flavors..."
Edamame (hot w/garlic olive oil & salt)
Shoyu ginger salmon (with cilantro, green onions and ginger oil)
Koshihikari Echigo Beer
I really like edamame steamed and salted but the addition of garlic olive oil made it uber -delish. And, the salmon, in addition to the tastily seasoned broth, had its perfectly crisped skin on. mmm, mmm, mmm.
RIB’s sake menu is small but I was told they are looking to expand it.
Ronin Izakaya Bistro
359 N La Cienega Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90048
Phone: (310) 289-8404