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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Pizzeria Mozza Mozza Pizzeria Mozza Restaurant Los Angeles

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Top Restaurant Reviews in Los-Angeles: 
Pizzeria Mozza Los Angeles by Foodie and French Chef Natacha Mannhart

This restaurant is part of the B&B Hospitality Group, and “Iron Chef” Mario Batali is one of the “B”s. Their mission: “Our restaurant group was founded on traditional Italian principles: the notion that food is best left to its simple beauty, that the dining experience should be shared with loved ones, and that we can leave the world in a better place than how we came into it.” So how did they do?
It’s very difficult getting a prime time reservation on a Friday or Saturday evening, so we went early at 5 pm. It was busy, but the only table for two sitting side-by-side was available, and we grabbed it.
We wanted to start with a pinot noir, and the waiter selected something similar from the Italian wine selection. They have a wine option of getting almost 2 full glasses of wine in flutes for a pretty reasonable price.
For an appetizer, we ordered a new item, fried cauliflower with a dipping sauce. It looked like a lot, but we devoured it quickly. The wait-staff shared responsibilities and were very efficient. For example, after we finished a glass of wine, and our waiter was getting a refill, another waiter came over to ask if we needed more. They were that quick. At the same time, although there was obviously a turning-over of tables, we sat for over 2 hours and were not rushed or pressured at all.
We had a bruschette with house-made, melted mozzarella cheese. That disappeared before you could say, “L'appetito vien mangiando.”
The pizza we selected for our main course was simple: prosciutto topped with greens. It was true to the B&B Mission Statement: simple and delicious.
Who among us could not leave without an Italian dessert? We selected the coconut, blood orange and espresso sorbet…yummy! 

Buon Appetito!
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Pizzeria Mozza
641 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles, California

(323) 297-0101




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