The LA Rams have opened their new restaurant at the former Villa Restaurant in Los Angeles, and it’s a very good spot to go for some good food.
The new restaurant, called Villa, features a bar and a grill.
Here’s a look at what’s inside.
The restaurant has some seating for up to 15 people.
The restaurant has a bar on the first floor, a grill and two tables on the second floor, and the restaurant has more than 60 seats for dinner.
The first floor is a restaurant, the second a bar, and a patio on the third floor.
There’s a full-service bar downstairs on the fifth floor.
It’s a small space and the food is pretty good.
The menu on the Villa restaurant is pretty standard for a casual restaurant, but the food comes out a little different than what we’ve seen at the restaurant in Los Angles.
It comes out in more of a savory, meat-focused flavor, but that’s fine.
The steak tartare and the chicken tacos are good.
You can’t go wrong with the steak tartar.
The chicken tacos and steak tartares are good, too.
The chicken tacos come out on a skewer-style bun, with a little bit of salsa on top.
It doesn’t have as much flavor as you might expect, but it’s still good.
The meat is juicy, tender, and just about everything you want.
The sauce on the chicken taco is kind of salty and not a big flavor player.
There are a few small bites of avocado and a pickle on the steak, but overall it’s good.
You’ll get the chicken tinga with beans and rice, the beef tingar with beans, and some beef tings with rice, but I liked that the steak tingare was served with beans instead of rice, and that it was cooked to order rather than being left on the grill.
The beef tingingar is a very light steak tartarian with a bit of a tang.
The fish was a nice surprise, and I was impressed with how tender the fish was.
The dish is definitely one of my favorites.
The steak tartari was a bit different than the steak and potatoes tingari, but this is an okay steak tartaria.
It wasn’t that tender, but all of the flavors were good.
There was some flavor here, but not enough to overpower the steak.
It was good.
There was a large serving of chicken tings.
The tings were nicely charred, with some browned bits on them.
The broth was nice and thick, and they had some green onions on the side, too, which I liked.
I don’t really know what the sauce is like here, so I couldn’t comment on it.
I didn’t like the chicken steak tartata or the steak-and-potatoes tingatas.
The beef tiang and shrimp tiang were a little more flavorful, but neither of them were very flavorful.
The shrimp tingata had a little kick, but nothing too memorable.
The rice was very light, so it wasn’t very filling.
There were a few bites of lettuce, which was nice, but there was no great flavor to be had.
It just kind of sat there on the plate, which wasn’t great.
The seafood was a little on the dry side, but they were still tasty.
The lobster and shrimp dishes are very flavorful, though the shrimp was kind of a weird color.
I wouldn’t have ordered that.
The seafood was nice.
The wine list was mostly standard, and this restaurant had a couple of great bottles.
The wine list at this restaurant is usually very high quality, and there was plenty of that here.
The grapefruit wine was good, and although the grapefruit wasn’t a dominant flavor, it wasn, at least, a nice flavor.
The lemon wine was slightly sweet, and though the lemon wasn’t quite as strong, it was still pleasant.
The white wine was a slightly sour flavor, and wasn’t something I really enjoyed.
The bar was a full bar, which makes sense.
There is a bar at the Villa, and you can either sit in the bar or get a seat.
There aren’t any seating options on the fourth floor.
There is a seating area for up.
There’s a bar downstairs, so there’s an option to get a beer or two.
You’ll be in the restaurant downstairs on your own time.
The dining room has a lot of seating for about 30 people.
I ordered the chicken, steak, and beef tartare with steak tartared with chicken, and both were great.
The roast beef was good too, although it was a tad too salty for my liking.
I wasn’t really a fan of the shrimp tung tiao, which is a kind of chicken fried rice with fried chicken and rice.
The rice was pretty good