Where Jonathan Gold Thinks You Should Eat this Weekend in Los Angeles: Orsa & Winston

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Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer of the Los Angeles Times. This week he reviews Orsa and Winston, chef Josef Centeno’s latest culinary endeavor located in downtown. His menu features small plates, ‘exquisitely sourced produce’ and in lieu of its Japanese, Italian and Spanish influences, Jonathan Gold says it all “tastes like Los Angeles.”

The menu changes daily, and it’s a tasting menu only restaurant that will most likely give customers the choice of a five course meal, an eight course Omakase menu or a Super Omakase menu that has to be requested in advance.

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Orsa and Winston

122 W 4th St

Downtown

(213) 687-0300

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All of Jonathan’s restaurant suggestions are on the Good Food Restaurant Map.

Don’t miss the rest of this week’s Good Food podcast,“Tiki Mania, Lime Shortage, A Taste of the South,” Find it here.