As you can probably guess from the name, Found Oyster is a spot in East Hollywood where you’ll sit at a bar and eat oysters - specifically, ones found on (OK, more like “sourced from”) the owner’s family farm on Cape Cod. The opening menu is tiny, but there isn’t a weak spot on it - the oysters are served raw on the half shell, fried with tartar sauce, and broiled with Espelette butter, a spicy, fruity French-pepper butter that melts over the oysters and is absolutely addictive. The steamers frites are also highly worth your time - the excellent littleneck clams are sweet and salty, and you’ll be drinking the broth out of the bowl by the end of your meal.
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