On June 20th, Providence will unite four of L.A.’s most desired chefs for “Four on Fish,” which only sounds like an aquatic porno film, but is really a nine-course dinner prepared by, get this, Ludo Lefebvre, Ricardo Zarate, Hiro Urasawa, and Michael Cimarusti. NO JOKE! The dinner is organized to promote Opinionated About U.S. restaurants, a new guidebook by Steve Plotnicki. The $195 price is steep, but not so much considering the caliber of talent (last we checked, it costs $60 just to say “Urasawa”). Want to see the menu?
There will be four seatings for the affair, as well as options to sit at a chef’s table and private dining room. But on to Zarate’s spot prawn anticucho and Ludo’s lobster vadouvan! Check out the full menu below and if you’re feeling a burn in your pockets, make reservations at 323-460-4170 with Providence.
“Four on Fish”
$195 per person
Wine pairings $65, Corkage $30 per bottle
Seatings at 6:00, 6:30, 9:0, and 9:30 P.M.
Sweet Potato & Lime
Hokkaido Scallop and Monkfish Liver
Shiso Miyoga, Turnip, Salmon Eggs and Plum Sauce
Anticuchos of Santa Barbara Spot Prawns with Yuzu Koshu
Santa Barbara Sea Urchin Hiding Beneath Soft Scrambled Eggs
Summer Truffles and Caviar
Japanese Freshwater Eel
Soba and Soy Milk
Crème Caramel with Caviar