Top Chef winner Michael Voltaggio’s highly acclaimed first formal restaurant, ink., serves up an inventive menu of “modern Los Angeles cuisine” in a low-lit, minimalist-modern setting. Voltaggio's innovative dishes change often and include the likes of salt and charcoal potatoes or fish sticks and cuttlefish with banana tartar sauce. The modern space is elegantly spare with a dark gray interior, a bar for walk-in diners, a private dining room and a main dining room from which diners can view the chef at work through the glow of the open kitchen.
“The food at ink. is gorgeously camera-ready — completely prepared for its close-up. Pure Hollywood. Not only that, but an almost insane amount of thought, manpower and technique go into most dishes.” - LA Weekly
“Expect beautifully presented seasonal dishes prepared using innovative techniques for MV's take on "Modern Los Angeles" cuisine.” – EaterLA
“Modernism never tasted so good.” – GQ Magazine
8360 Melrose Avenue #107
Los Angeles, CA 90069