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Putting the Funke back into handmade pasta

Credit: Wonho Frank Lee
Credit: Wonho Frank Lee
Credit: Wonho Frank Lee

Garnering a reputation for its months-long waiting lists, Evan Funke’s latest project, on Abbot Kinney near Venice Beach, has enlivened the city’s restaurant scene. Plating fare laced with the spirit of Italy, and completed using ingredients from family farms in California – the centrepiece is the big glass box of a kitchen in which diners can watch the pasta being handmade – Felix is the spot to enjoy delicious antipasti. The pork meatballs, salsa verde and parmigiano reggiano, and the winter citrus, fennel, Castelvetrano olives and Bronte pistachio are strong options on your first visit. And a lengthy wine list ensures diners won’t go thirsty.


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