11/29/2017

Strada Eateria around the Web & Press

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Strada Eateria

So here are the 51 best new places in the country to chow down in 2018 — straight from Yelp users who love food and dining out as much as you do. 

Strada Eateria: Old World Charm (LA Downtowner)

The first thing you notice upon entering Strada, the new bistro located next to the King Edward Hotel at 5th and Los Angeles Street, is the light.

Strada’s menu is what Andrei calls “Los Angeles Cuisine”, or fast casual dining. There’s a multiculturalism to the menu reflecting the city. The charcuterie – cured meats done in traditional European styles – share menu space with ceviche and caviar, alongside vegan and vegetarian options.

 

 

 

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Strada: DTLA’s Warm Respite on 5th Street (DTLA Weekly)

 

 

Strada means “street” in Italian and Romanian, and indeed the eateria itself reflects the character and energy of the 5th Street, where Strada is located. Businesspeople interact with local residents, alongside artists and surfers as the eateria’s walls serve as a gallery to a rotating cache of local artists. 

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Downtown— It isn’t always easy to find Turkish coffee in LA.

Now the Downtown office crowd can get their highly caffeinated fix at Strada Eateria & Coffee. Located in the King Edward Hotel, the restaurant and coffee shop has an interesting menu with everything from charcuterie plates to sandwiches to small bites like mojama, sun-dried tuna with tomato on sourdough. 119 E 5th St, Los Angeles

 

 

 

Just Opened Los Angeles

STRADA EATERIA & COFFEE

The Food: 

Strada Eateria & Coffee is equipped with an eclectic menu of organic and non-GMO dishes. Options include sandwiches, seafood and salads, as well as charcuterie, burgers and a few pastries. Although they specialize in Turkish coffee, they don’t hesitate to take culinary inspiration from all around the world – the seafood section features both ceviche and a poké bowl, for example…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MENLO House (5 places you must try in Los Angeles)

STRADA EATERIA & COFFEE

Location: 119 E 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Price: $
Why We Picked It: A hip cafe in DTLA with a diverse menu inspired by foods from across the world as well as hot and cold drinks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My Lifestyle Bucket 

Los Angeles is indeed  a mecca for diversity…… people, food, arts, and culture. One of the many things I love about LA is that I get to explore my tastebud for world food….especially with my new favorite place, Strada Eateria and Coffee, located along 5th Avenue, next to King Edward Hotel in the heart of downtown LA. I found this place as I was searching for a place where Turkish coffee is being served.  As we walked in the restaurant, the ambiance has intense pairing of the old and the modern decors.  The owner, Julian, greeted us with a warm smile that made us instantly feeling at home.  The place is quite small with only a few tables but it was perfect for people like me who are not too crazy about the big and noisy crowded places.

The decor is dominated by red hue…..window curtains, walls, wooden counter, which gave an eclectic vibe complimenting  the old vintage look of the building itself.  Strada also shares a window that overlooks the lobby of King Edward Hotel, giving it a unique character.

Julian gave us a sample tray of meats, knowing that it was our first time at his restaurant, to help us decide on what to order while looking over the menu. The menu comprises of variety of quality cured meats from France, Italy, Spain, and other countries.  Because the meats were all delicious and we could not decide what sandwich to get, we opted to order the Meater, which is a combination of Lomo (cured beef tenderloin from Spain), Sobrasada (raw cured sausage from Balearic Island in Spain), chorizo, pickle, and my favorite melted aged Manchego cheese (a rich and creamy sheep’s milk cheese from the La Mancha region of Spain) in a ciabatta bread.  We also ordered a spinach salad with slices of apple and orange,  topped with duck prosciutto, and drizzled with olive oil. The saltiness of duck prosciutto flavored the whole salad and blended well with the slight sweetness and acidity of sliced apple and orange.  The duck prosciutto was also served warm and crisp……and I just couldn’t get enough of it❤️. There were many more on the menu that would definitely make me come back to this place like the charcuterie trays, the cheeses, the Asian inspired poke dish, and the Peruvian ceviche among others.  There is something to eat for everyone and gauging it from what we had so far, im sure they are all delicious.

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