Step into the romantic, upscale atmosphere that Shiloh’s has guaranteed since 2005. The French steakhouse provides the utmost hospitality and feeling of “everything will be taken care of” as soon as you step through the doors. For these reasons, along with their delicious cuisine, the restaurant sees many returning local customers in addition to diners from around the world seeking to try their original menu.
The dishes are developed by owners and brothers Geoffrey and Fabrice Ghanem and Chef Luigi every 3-4 months based on seasonal items. Some of the house favorites include the Tarte Flambé, a creamy “bleu cheese” side to enjoy on potatoes and meat, and the ever so popular BBQ Chicken Salad. New menu items include Beef Bel Air, a new take on Beef Wellington, and Asian Duck with a tangy fresh citrus glaze. In addtion, since the original Tarte Flambé was such a hit when the restaurant first opened, the chef has added two more versions, the Truffle Mushroom Tarte and the Tomato Basil Tarte. Meanwhile, the extensive wine list is being constantly updated with exciting additions. Their most recent treasure is a specialty 1995-reserve bottle from the Herzog Alexander Valley, going for $1800 - this is definitely for those extra special occasions.
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Entering its 10-year anniversary, the restaurant will be expanding next door with a private room seating approximately 60 people. This VIP area will have weekly chefs tastings, allowing the chef to run wild with his imagination for the multi-course tasting menu. The room will also be used for parties, group cooking lessons and demonstrations. The expansion will have been completed by the middle of 2014. Be sure to pay a visit to this Los Angeles establishment or take advantage of their catering menus for convenient in-house and private dining. Also note that their steak sauces are available at Whole Foods as well as local kosher markets and NY kosher markets.
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