They cook for you, they serve you, they pick out your wine and they clean up after you. But what do they eat? Here is a sampling of what ten local restaurants are feeding their staff before they start taking care of you instead.

1. Angelini Osteria

7313 Beverly Blvd, L.A., (323) 297-0070‎

Lamb and veal in a lamb ragout. Spicy pasta with fresh tomatoes and basil. Arugula salad with veggies and roasted chicken.

2. Ciudad

445 S Figueroa St, L.A., (213) 486-5171‎

Red chicken chilaquiles with cotija, manchego and panela cheeses.

3. Comme Ça

8479 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, (323) 782-1104‎

Beef stroganoff.

4. Craft

10100 Constellation Blvd, L.A., (310) 279-4180‎

Roast chicken with mashed potatoes, gravy and salad.

5. Drago Centro

525 S Flower St, L.A., (213) 228-8998‎

Curry chicken legs with basmati rice and salad.

6. Fraiche

9411 Culver Blvd, Culver City, (310) 839-6800‎

Penne with lamb spezzatino (stewed lamb) and salad. They're also offering a vegetarian pasta option.

7. Lucques

8474 Melrose Ave, L.A., (323) 655-6277‎

Suckling pig chili.

8. Matsuhisa

129 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, (310) 659-9639‎

Beef teriyaki.

9. Providence

5955 Melrose Ave, L.A. (323) 460-4170‎

Lamb sausage and couscous.

10. Water Grill

544 S Grand Ave, L.A. (213) 891-0900‎

Caesar salad.

Which of these meals sounds best to you? Let us know in the comments section. (Hey Water Grill, you want to start taking this a little more seriously?)

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