- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
buckwheat, mustard seeds, kohlrabi, egg
maitake, oyster, porcini butter
squash, goat cheese, vadouvan
Just not no that great.
Excellent food & drinks, but so slow. We were there nearly 4 hours.
Food was really good! Service was nice, but for this level of restaurant needs to be faster, with great attention to detail. Get that first introduction done as soon as guests sit down and that 1st cocktail into their hands sooner rather than waiting 15-20. Cheers!
Great food and drinks as usual. The staff is awesome. And you have to try their farmhouse rolls, they're amazing
$8 for one - ONE! - very average, roll. $80 for a 6 oz (not Waygu) steak. That's my take-away from The Barish. We were excited to go there, have dined at Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza for years. We're also steak fans and regularly eat at Cut, Mastros, Mortons, Bourbon Steak, etc. Silverton + Steak=no brainer ... I wish.
The room is lovely 1930's Spanish, but crammed and very noisy. We arrived early, and sent to wait in a foyer. The Hotel bar/lobby was booked for a wedding and blocked off. So we didn't get to see the historic space at all.
The food: started with the farmhouse roll. For 8 dollars, I expected a basket - not just one very average roll with a tiny smear of butter. I've had way better bread products at Nancy's other restaurants - no charge. Moving on to the salad: an iceberg wedge with lots of bacon, not enough gorgonzola.
We shared a pasta al forno, the Torchio, which came in a cute cast iron baking dish. It's a wonderful Mac and cheese with fontina, gruyere, and gouda with a nicely brown top from the wood-fired oven. The first bites were creamy and delicious. Then as we continued with the dish, the pasta quickly absorbed all that incredible sauce. The last bits ended up very much on the dry side. My advice: don't talk to your date while eating the pasta!
Next, steak and salt baked fries. The steak offerings are limited to just four cuts, no specials. It's a steak house!!! Settled on the Rib Eye cap; we each ordered our own. I'm not going to lie, the steak was incredible. Perfectly cooked and completely satisfying. The highlight of the meal. The "fries" were actually a giant baked potato cut into spears with a huge glob of "Calabrian chili aoili" that looked and tasted like spicy mayo from a sushi bar.
Drinks: the bourbon list was obscure and lacking. Wines: ok. The desert menu: sparse and boring: gelatos, a cookie, and bread pudding.
At over $400 for 2, The Barish should be much more than 6 oz of exceptional meat.
Very average with a small range of bar choices and food, especially if you want healthy with diet restrictions. No fresh fish, no chicken, no substitutions on special requests. I get it. It’s their restaurant and we made it work. Service was good.
The fried pizza dough was great. Timing was perfect and great for a pre-show dinner
Nancy Silverton triumphs again! From the superb food to the Old Hollywood ambiance to the decor, the place works on all cylinders. Our party of four enjoyed all the dishes-- especially the dutch baby, uniquely designed rigatoni, sweetbreads, rib eye-- even the smoky mushrooms and fresh mouth-watering rolls. The cocktails are wonderfully classic and they make a mean martini. The olive oil gelato was delicious and enough to share with many.
The food was just ok. The ambience was very well done and the location is great. We had the vegetables appetizer which was over cooked and covered in oil. The goat cheese and corn pasta was cloyingly sweet and also drenched in oil. The steak was cooked as ordered medium rare, it was a little more rubbery than expected. If staying in the hotel, it’s a good meal. If not, there are much better in the area.
We have never dined here before. Had dinner pre-theater and opted for the pre-theater menu. Unfortunately due to supply chain shortages, the options for first courses was reduced by a third and no substitution offered. Caesar salad made with chicory was drowning in a covering of finely shredded cheese, the steak was delicious but two knives were offered and both were amazingly dull. Very hard to cut. Pasta option was trendy but a rather small portion for a rather large price. For two people without wine or cocktails and with a generous gratuity it approached $180. Will not likely return.
Great ambiance. superb food and excellent service.
Fabulous dining experience. Food was divine! Highly recommend the wedge salad and 3 filet mignonette one bone. Service outstanding!!!
Incredible service, food, and location
We chose the Dine LA menu and it was superb! Food and presentation was excellent! Service was a little slow, but they were completely full, so it was understandable.
Incredible!! Every single thing was delicious. Place is gorgeous. Nancy Silverton is a rock star
Fantastic. Just fantastic. Food and service were just beyond!
Food was great, our server was wonderful. We were late for our reservations and had theater tickets yet they accommodated us and we had a great dinner . Made it to the Dolby without feeling rushed.
Incredible food. Great ambience
Dine LA menu is a great introduction to Nancy's new spot, like her other restaurants service and food were n point! Generous and tasty portions all around!
Excellent service, food and atmosphere
The service was incredible! The food was wonderful and we would definitely go back.
The Barish is a classy restaurant with old world ambiance, a wonderful staff and fabulous menu. I recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for an unforgettable experience!
Decided to take advantage of the Dinela menu to try a number of dishes. Barish did not disappoint. Excellent dining experience, food, service. Start to finish, we loved all the dishes. Definitely will return
Great food and service. Nice to be out again!
Great food, nice ambience, excellent service. We ordered the LA week menu for 2. It's a lot of food, but everything was delicious. This is definitely a must go in downtown LA.
Excellent place to hear for a meal or a drink before a show. The house martini is excellent!
Loved Carona that greeted us upon arrival! Lovely woman. Thanks for great cocktails and appetizers. Next time we’ll come for a full dinner!
Chef Silverton did amazing job again here. It becomes one of our favorite place in LA after the 1st visit.
Food was very unimpressive for what it was.
Wonderful, would prefer the booth seating next time
Great service, excellent food and timing for courses.
Had a great meal. The lamb is incredible.
Absolutely impressed. Everything we had was amazing. We will definitely be back.
We went to The Barish on a quiet weeknight. Got seated between two active tables when there were plenty of less crowded spots available, but no big deal. Our server was wonderful, attentive and knowledgable. Cocktails were tasty, good wine selection, dishes were well-paced, well-cooked, and delicious. We got the dutch baby w prosciutto, wedge salad (cleverly served so it's very easy for two people to split,) hubs got creamed mustard greens & the pork chop, I got fries and the ribeye cap with horseradish cream, and we shared a sundae for dessert. The manager came by to check in with us, which was lovely. (I mentioned we were celebrating a birthday and she didn't do anything fun to acknowledge it with dessert, but no big deal.) It's a sceney place, which you have to expect given where it is. Same for the price. But a lovely night out in Hollywood.
Excellent food and service. Chef Armand and team creates wonderful flavors. The steaks were amazing.
Amazing food, wonderful service! Highly recommend following server's suggestions with "family style" sharing of plates.
Dinner after seeing Hamilton at nearby Pantages.
The food was outstanding! We had the rolls with the most incredible butter, the pizza which wasn’t really a pizza in the classic sense, but was heavenly nonetheless with its yummy ricotta. The wedge salad had so many interesting ingredients that took it to a whole other level. The duck was perfectly cooked… Crispy on the outside tender on the inside. The olive oil gelato was the refreshing end to an incredible dinner!
This is a STUNNING restaurant! Very classic Hollywood feel. Service was impeccable and the food, well what would you expect from Nancy Silverton? She again delivers nothing less than perfection, from the cocktails, pastas, grilled meats and DESSERT! You must try the Barish Martini, Rotolo pasta dish and save room for the olive oil gelato with candied peanuts!
I am surprised and disappointed to give this review. Roll and salad came out within ten minutes and were delicious. Took another 30 minutes for a total of 40 minutes to get sweetbreads, which were very good. Took another 30 minutes to get entrees even though I told them we needed to leave for the theater., they said they were just plating them. My bavette was cold, so cold the herb butter was not even melting. It had been off the fire long enough to reach room temperature, so you can guess how long that was! They offered to heat it up (a sliced steak cooked rare would be massively overcooked if they put it back on the fire); the duck was not properly rendered and was just warm; the pork chop was medium going to medium rare towards the bone, so not evenly cooked to the promised medium. The mushrooms were delicious but just barely warm. The only hot dish (as in lava hot) were the fries (really potato wedges) that burned your mouth. So, after an hour and forty five minutes, we had almost an hour of no food between the courses. It was a disappointing birthday meal and from one of my favorite chef's. I will limit my visits to the Mozza complex, where I can still get a properly prepared and served meal.
The Barish is rated 4.6 stars by 198 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.