Throw a stone in this city and you’ll hit a restaurant calling itself farm-to-table, but Farmhouse, a huge new place inside the Beverly Center, is taking the concept a step further - instead of an Executive Chef, they have an Executive Farmer. In practice, this seems to mean a guy who tells the kitchen what’s in season. Despite being at the bottom of LA’s least interesting mall, the space is beautiful, and will immediately make you forget about said mall altogether. But apart from a fantastic chicken liver toast, the rest of the food (like mushroom pizza and a whole-roasted cauliflower) isn’t worth going out of your way for.
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