STREET Unveils Revamped Menu
April 10, 2012 | by —Michelle Ward | Homepage
STREET, Susan Feniger’s globally inspired Hollywood restaurant, recently unveiled a new menu focused on healthy eating. Although the spot will continue to offer favorites like the STREET burger with yuzu kasha mayonnaise and Vermont cheddar, the restaurant added scores of vegan and vegetarian dishes prepared by chef and co-owner Kajsa Alger.
Menu offerings organized into seven categories—Izakaya + Asian Pub Food, Pizza of the Day, Meatballs + Fritters, Veggie Sides, Korean BBQ, Salads, and Classic STREET—reinforce the restaurant’s communal dining theme. And, although the restaurant emphasizes the vegan/vegetarian options like coal-roasted Greek artichoke with wild oregano sauce and a veggie burger with pea shoots, smashed avocado, tomato, and toasted sourdough, there are plates for every palette. Asian-inspired fare like a brown rice sushi roll with umeboshi, apple, and burdock is sure to please, and the chicken + waffle croquettes with spicy maple sauce are perfect for meat lovers. Five different kinds of meatballs and wood-fired pizzas that change daily (vegan options available for both) are also big draws. 742 N. Highland Ave., 323-203-0500
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