Crossroads Kitchen – Fine Vegan Dining, Los Angeles

We’re not kidding when we say this is some of the BEST Vegan food we’ve ever tasted. Chef Tal Ronnen is a genius!

Crossroads Kitchen opened its doors in Los Angeles just a few months ago & the place is booming. Reservations fill up quick, so make sure to get your name on the list & try this amazing food! Its unlike anything you’ve ever tasted before. Crossroads has seamlessly brought vegan, plant-based cuisine into an upscale, fine-dining atmosphere. A truly unique dining experience.

Offering diners Mediterranean-themed small dishes, salads, farm-to-glass cocktails, and desserts in a fine-dining style that encourages exploration. With its stylish atmosphere and refreshing sensibility, Crossroads isn’t just a leap forward in refined plant-based cuisine — it’s one of the most innovative culinary destinations in Los Angeles.

Everything we ordered was off the charts delicious, so delicious that you forget your eating vegan food in the first place!

Some of our favorite dishes are pictured below, including the Hearts Of Palm Calamari, the “Crab Cakes” and the Artichoke Oysters :)

HEARTS OF PALM CALAMARI (above) with House Cocktail sauce / lemon-caper aioli (Gluten-Free)

“CRAB CAKES” (above) hearts of palm, granny smith apples, heirloom beets & horseradish aioli

ARTICHOKE OYSTERS(above)  artichoke purée, crispy oyster mushroom, yellow tomato béarnaise & kelp caviar

Designed by Los Angeles-based interiors firm Studio Collective, Crossroads combines the elegance of fine dining with the playfulness of a beloved neighborhood spot. The restaurant features a central dining room that is a visual feast of wood crown molding and wing-backed chairs, lit by handcrafted chandeliers. The stylish 11-seat bar is situated adjacent to the Wine Room, which opens to the artisanal cheese shop. The Wine Room, which is available for private functions, lends itself well to exclusive wine, dinner, and tasting events. Its notable features include a retractable roof for open-air dining and a herringbone-patterned wine wall. On the opposing side of the space a Private Dining Room for Ten features an antique glass wall and original Toulouse-Lautrec print. The overall effect is that of a neighborhood gathering place infused with understated luxury.

Tal Ronnen, one of the world’s most celebrated chefs and author of The Conscious Cook, a New York Times bestselling cookbook, has a growing legion of fans including Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, and Steve Wynn. Ronnen, Steve Bing, founder of the Shangri-La business group and hospitality guru Parnell F. Delcham, CEO of United Culinary Artists, are the driving force behind the new concept.