Culina is taking reservations for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Capturing the cosmopolitan ethose of Los Angeles, Culina, Modern Italian presents a lively neighborhood gathering spot where sophisticated cuisine and levity join hands. Culina, from the Latin word for "kitchen" showcases the intersection of traditional and modern Italian cuisine with a menu guided by exceptional ingredients. Guests can linger over small plates and wine or settle in for a night of superior dining in the garden. The menu features Los Angeles' only crudo bar with the finest selections of hand prepared raw seafood, as well as homemade pastas, pizzas, the freshest Burrata and salami, and authentic entrees. Our wine program offers approximately 200 wines, most available by carafe, from Italy and the rest of the world, with a range of unique aperitifs and cocktails. Culina provides the perfect atmosphere to see and be seen!
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 6:30am – 11:00am; Sunday Brunch: 10:00am – 2:00pm; Lunch: Monday – Saturday: 11:30am – 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Wednesday: 6:00pm – 10:30pm; Thursday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet Parking - $12.00 for Culina patrons. Complimentary Valet Parking at Lunch.
Culina Chef Denis Dello Stritto
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please contact Private Events Specialist Kaili Tidland at email@example.com or call (310) 860-4000.
Culina, Modern Italian’s elegant Private Dining Room and Grappa Room are ideal for business, social and intimate gatherings. For cocktail receptions, we recommend the Culina Lounge or Culina Patio.
Culina Ratings and Reviews
I went for Sunday brunch. At $85 you mig ...
I went for Sunday brunch. At $85 you might balk. When you see what they have to offer, it's a steal. Fresh sushi and seafood. Wonderful carving station. Amazing selection of breakfast treats. Mexican station, Chineese station, salads galore, fresh fruits, pastries etc...
Definitely worth the visit.
We love the chef Denis's creative and de ...
We love the chef Denis's creative and delicious dishes. All ingredients are carefully selected, fresh and superb. We appreciate the delicate and surprisingly refreshing taste to bring the best of all dishes. We look forward to coming back more often.
The food was good but overpriced. At l ...
The food was good but overpriced. At lunch we ordered a few appetizers, 5 main dishes, 4 desserts, coffee and tea. One of the main dishes was the Tagliata, Sliced Tri-Tip Steak. The dish cost $29 and we received a very small steak sliced not even 6oz. with a little bit of salad Arugula and two Cherry Tomatos. The steak was not tender.
There many better alternatives in Beverly Hills for a very expensive meal.
Meeting with my corporate business colle ...
Meeting with my corporate business colleague at Culina for dinner and ordered: 2 glasses of Cabernets, Burrata with corn relish, salad, Bronzino with vegetables, Salmon with risotto and redskin mash purée...all were presented artfully and tasted light but flavorful. Sat outside by the waterfall and under the stars, to enjoy another southern Cal summer night. This is my second visit this week to Culina and would recommend for overall great service and good food and ambience.
Dinner with my attorney colleague and or ...
Dinner with my attorney colleague and ordered: Laphroaig scotch on the rocks neat, Grey Goose martini up, a bottle of Syrah, the appetizer meatballs, spaghetti with ragu sauce, the Mediterranean seabass(Bronzino), side of red skin mashed potatoes purée. For dessert we shared the almond tarts and peach gelato. All dishes were presented nicely and fresh and delish, and the portions just right.
The hostesses,waitress and servers were professional and nice. Overall experience was quite pleasant and would recommend and return here at Culina Restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel in LA/Beverly Hills.
I have eaten here before for dinner and ...
I have eaten here before for dinner and for lunch. The restaurant is in a convenient location and does have a very nice bar and lounge. We had lunch this visit and my guest ordered the spaghetti. It looked like Chef Boyardee and was not very good. Portions for the salad were small. Although service was very good the food is pricey for the quality.
We had enjoyed an amazing meal at Culina ...
We had enjoyed an amazing meal at Culina last year and couldn't wait to take our friends there the other night. I don't know if they have a new chef, but oh what a sad change in cuisine. The service was still top notch, but the lamb shank arrived dripping in some sort of thousand island concoction, the steaks arrived with a kind of odd salsa topping. The four of us agreed that the food was ordinary and that the sauces were at odds with the meats they were supposed to be enriching. As lovely a setting as it is and as marvelous as the serving staff is, we won't be going again.
Not good. They had been notified that i ...
Not good. They had been notified that it was a birthday. The food was only okay. $16 for a less than average Caesar Salad. Filet Steak incredibly small, taste okay. Tiny amount of small potato 'balls'....too expensive. Dessert Fresh Peach Torte was disgusting. Gooey dough, as far as Fresh Peach, the thinnest of slices, about four of them on the top of a less than sponge type whatever it was...sent it back. No acknowledgement of our birthday celebration. Restaurant, basically empty. Would NOT recommend this restaurant to anyone!!!
Charged $20 more, when I booked price fo ...
Charged $20 more, when I booked price for brunch was $75 per/ person, but they charged $85 per/ person, all beverages they charged additionally . I had a branch in Santa Barbara in Hotel Four Seasons last week and I payed $75 per person including all beverages even Mimosa, Bloody Merry , but here everything different , the thing is when I booked price was $75, so I don't understand why they charged $10 more.
So disappointed for the Dina la menu. Ge ...
So disappointed for the Dina la menu. Get seafood di mare and the pasta was not fully cooked. It was half raw dough. And the waitress told me that was the way Italian eat pasta. Excuse me? This was raw! I did a lot of fancy Italian restaurant before. No one was like this. So rediclous! Never come it again.
The patio is so lovely and we sat over c ...
The patio is so lovely and we sat over coffee and dessert and visited with our friends.
The food was very good and beautifully presented. The service was excellent.
Everything was just as we ordered and the waiter did not hover but seemed to
know when he was needed. We will definitely return this summer.
I am so lucky to live three blocks from ...
I am so lucky to live three blocks from this fantastic restaurant, and within the last two years I have been here 11 times. Culina is the best restaurant in Los Angeles! It is casual and comfortable with fantastic food. My guest and I both had the grilled salmon and sorbetti for dessert. She had wine and chose from an extensive list, and I had a cocktail that was just perfect. My server, John, is very helpful with menu choices and is quick to provide samples of wine so the customer will choose the perfect one. I simply can't say enough about this place. Do not miss it.
I purchased a Groupon for this restauran ...
I purchased a Groupon for this restaurant because I had always wanted to try it. Overall, we had a good experience. The food we ordered was delicious (octopus to start, followed by the spaghetti with added meatballs, roasted chicken, & Molten Chocolate cake with mint chocolate gelato). I would not have changed anything we ordered, again it was all delicious. If I had one negative thing to say about the food.. the portions where on the smaller side... but only because I think we are used to getting VERY large portions at other similar restaurants. It was a beautiful restaurant with some nice outdoor seating as well. The restaurant wasn't very busy. It was a hotel restaurant so we were not expecting great things, however, we were surprised how good the food was. I think we would come back with a Groupon, but would not want to pay full price, it was a bit over priced in our opinion.
First things first, the brunch was insan ...
First things first, the brunch was insane! Never saw anything like it. We were all very impressed.
Now, you are at a Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, CA, so do not expect a fairly priced meal, that being said, I knew what I was getting into walking in, so the price was not a surprise. What was a surprise was how absolutely beautiful the spread was. You have anything and everything you can think of for Breakfast/Lunch and even a kids table for the chicken fingers and fries.
It will set you back, but if you are like me, heading there for an "experience", then expect to ("over") pay as much as $100 per person, including tax and gratuity. We were on vacation and set out to dine like the rich and famous, so it was budgeted.
From the cars being parked by the valet, most of the people there are locals, but l there were some domestic and lower end minivans and SUV's, probably rented like us, there for the Facebook Check-In.
I recommend doing it once, if you can swing it. You may even get to see some celebrities along the way.
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