My First Bites at Michael Voltaggio’s ink.
Fish Sticks, Smelt, Dill Pickles, Black Olive Mayo
Octopus Popcorn, Piquillo Pepper, Spinach
Carrots Baked in Salt, Nasturtium, Yogurt, Vadouvan, Spiced Soil
Corned Beef Tongue, Appenzeller Churro, Red Onion, Pastrami Syrup
Blue Prawns, Green Papaya, Ginger Lime
Dungeness Crab Toast, Smoked Mayo, House Made Hot Sauce, Celery
Chicken Oysters, Oyster Mushrooms, Oyster Plant, Tomato Coconut
Bay Scallops, Cream of Dehydrated Potato, Potato Skins, Buttermilk Shellfish Broth
Giant Squid Spaghetti, Squash, Hazelnut-ink Pesto, Piment d’espilette
Sea Bass, Scrambled Cauliflower, Egg Yolk, Caper
Hamachi, Parsnip Cream, Grapefruit, Jalapeno, Sesame Cake
Veal Sweetbreads, Corn Dumplings, Baby Corn, BBQ Caramel
Iberico de Belotta Pork Loin, Romesco Almond “beans”, Mushroom Chicharron
Quail, Charred Orange & Onion, Sorrel Cream
Veal Cheek, Red Curry, Nante Carrots Baked in Salt, Fried Sticky Rice
Grapefruit Curd Avocado, Lime, Cilantro, Sorbet
Apple Caramel, Burnt Wood Ice Cream
Goat Cheese Ash, Concord Grape Sorbet, Walnut Pralines
Tight Ship = Smooth Service (Whitney & Josh on the right)
About Chef Michael Voltaggio & ink.
8360 melrose ave.
los angeles, ca 90069
Many more ink photos on flickr
All my Michael Voltaggio photos on flickr
9/16/11 (with Peter, Sharon & Bob Mangine)
9/22/11 (with Peter)
“Jonathan Gold Recommends Ink”
Check out photos from ink sack (Voltaggio’s sandwich shop!)
Photos below from from Oct 16, 2011 (dinner with Peter, my brother Greg and our friend Lien)
Hiramasa, Parsnip Sesame Cream, Grapefruit
Dungeness Crab, Broccoli Mayo, Broccoli “Kimchi”
Skate Wing, Red Pepper Dashi, Shishito Peppers, Kelp Pasta, Fennes
Veal Cheek, Red Curry, Nante Carrots Baked In Salt, Fried Sticky Rice
Wagyu Hanger Steak, Ras El Hanout Yogurt, Black Garlic, Mushroom Chicharron
Apple Creme Caramel, Burnt Wood Sabayon, Charred Maple Lime
6 responses to “ink.”
Wow..I am totally speechless. Looks like an incredible meal
Wood ash ice cream? How was that like?
The stuff looks good and not quite as fussy as I would have imagined. Kind of hard to tell the style, though. A little all over the map.
Jo, great photos. I’m really looking forward to trying the fish sticks, pork loin and veal sweetbreads, assuming those dishes are even on the menu at that point.
Yum! Thanks for posting!
Delicious looking photos! Fine art as food ~ exquisite!
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