Musso & Frank Grill (Hollywood Boulevard a couple of blocks from Grauman's Theater) We had a wonderful meal in this very traditional and venerable place on the strip in LA. This restaurant oozes history (it originally opened in 1919). The wait staff are professional and have worked here their whole careers. They make the same classic dishes that they have made since the restaurant opened. We had great steaks and fries, wedge salads and roasted chicken. This place is where Hollywood of old would have made movie deals over dinner and cocktails.
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Robin's (Cambria) This is a farm to table restaurant- the perfect antidote after experiencing the excesses at Hearst Castle. They offer an international menu in a really nice California-ish dining room. We started with a their market salad with blue cheese and a lemon champagne vinaigrette. I had their Roghan Josh- amazingly tender lamb with a spicy sauce and brown rice. Mark enjoyed the Petit Filet with garlic & chive mash and grilled asparagus. I am getting hungry writing this.
533 Viet-Fusion (Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs) This was a great recommendation from a bartender at Bootlegger Tiki (we considered going back to thank him!) . We sat at the roll bar and watched them make amazing rolls with unusual and tasty combinations. We tried the Tiger Shrimp and Green Papaya Salad, Chicken Yellow Curry with Lime, and a Lemon Grass Pork Roll. Each one was an experience! We talked seriously about going back the next day to try more dishes.