Orsa & Winston

122 W. 4th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Critics' Pick
Orsa & Winston +

Anne Fishbein Weiser potatoes, caviar, quail egg at Orsa & Winston.


  • Tue.-Fri., noon-2 p.m.; Tue.-Sat., 6-11 p.m.
  • $$$
  • Dinner
  • Beer/Wine, Full bar
  • Street Parking
  • Reservations Accepted
Downtown L.A.'s Orsa & Winston chef Josef Centeno offers a six-course menu, 10-plus-course omakase and 20-plus-course super omakase. At $80, $120 and $225 per person, depending on the menu you choose, eating here is a commitment, in terms of both price and time, as well as the lengths to which you'll be forced to trust the chef (you are asked about food allergies, but otherwise the menu is a surprise). Consider this a warning about Orsa & Winston: You will be overfed. You can expect to leave full. You can expect far, far more than you bargained for. —Besha Rodell Read our full review.

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