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Sep 14, 2008 02:03 PM

Sunday night pre-fixe

We live in Miracle Mile area and are entertaining 4 friends from France. We are looking for a reasonable Sunday eve pre fixe, or reasonable regular menu. We have been to Lucques and loved it but looking for something else. We will Be 7 or 8 people for dinner. We are considering Animal, but don't know if it is open on Sunday. We thought Comme Ca, but maybe to cliche'. I know its short notice, but if anyone would know you hounds would.

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  1. It may be outta the way (but at least you will have plenty of FREE street parking and no attitued) but I would highly recommend BASHAN in Northern Glendale.
    They have an amazing DineLA.com deal going on right now:


    Course One
    Albacore Tartare, Pickled Daikon, Avocado, Ponzu
    2007 Elizabeth Rose, Rose, Napa

    Course Two
    Seared Bedford Scallops, Beets, Enoki Mushroom, Edamame
    2006 Praxis, Viognier, Lodi

    Course Three
    Scottish King Salmon, Braised Fennel, Squid, Orange, Asparagus
    2006 Au Bon Climat, Chardonnay, Santa Barbara

    Course Four
    Braised Pork Belly, Cranberry Beans, Tomatoes, Mussels
    2006 Enkidu, Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley

    Course Five
    21 Day Dry Aged New York Steak, Pee Wee Potatoes, Arugula, Spring Onion, Cherry Relish
    2006 Dashe, Zinfandel, Sonoma

    Course Six
    Peanut Butter Banana Sticky Toffee Cake, Toffee Sauce, Roasted Peanuts, Vanilla Ice Cream
    2002 Mer Soleil, Late Harvest Viognier, Monterey

    $105 Six Course Tasting with Pairing

    $80 Six Course Tasting without Pairing

    Please note wines are subject to change due to supply. -Chef Nadav Bashan

    Cuisine Type(s):
    American, Californian, French, Nouveau American

    Casual, Elegant, For Groups, Kid Friendly, Quiet, Romantic

    Beer & Wine, Event Menu, Family-Style, Outdoor Dining

    1. While not a special Sunday night prix fixe suggestion you and your friends would probably like Chichen Itza on 6th Street. http://www.chichenitzarestaurant.com/... and if that doesn't sound right maybe drop by the Elf Cafe for Middle Eastern food. Both would be very reasonable in terms of price and delicious and not run-of-the-mill in terms of food