We ate at The Oinkster, a fast-casual concept from acclaimed fine-dining chef Andre Guerrero.
The Oinkster aims to be Los Angeles' antidote to both, expensive gourmet meals and their cheap fast food counterparts.
Premium sandwiches made with house-cured pastrami or sloooow-roasted pork compete for diners' attention with juicy burgers made from freshly-ground Nebraska Angus beef, first-rate rotisserie-roasted chicken and crispy Belgian fries.
Fake fast-food cheese are given a pass in favor of scrumptious Gruyere and yummy sharp cheddar, home-made sauces, dressings and spice rubs share the plate with house-made condiments and crunchy veggies.
|beets salad with fried goat cheese|
Everything was delicious! We walked off our lunch by taking a stroll through the city.
The Oinkster / 2005 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90041 / 323-255-6465