September 24, 2008 2

Father’s Office 2.0 (Culver City)

By in 13: Culver City, Favorite Food Entries

Quite a few of my friends have been telling me the quality of Father’s Office (Santa Monica’s High-end pub)’s famous burger had gone down lately. We had a friend’s farewell party at the recently opened Culver City branch.

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We ordered at the bar and the food were served at our table promptly. The beer was really good. There’s a wide selection of craft beers on tap line up on the wall behind the bar. Quite overwhelming to choose but the bartender could choose for you if you tell them your preference. Nothing taste better with a burger than a nice cold beer!

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The renowned The Office Burger: Dry Aged Beef with caramelized onion, applewood bacon compote, gruyere, maytag blue cheese and arugula. The rich dense beef flavors of the juicy dry aged beef was just incredible. The caramelized onion and arugula provided a delightful sweetness, while the two cheese gave a distinctive smokey creamy taste. To top it off, they used an oval shaped French roll. It’s heaven in my mouth~ The frites were really good too.

They also have an impressive menu of tapas, everything was impressive.

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Smoked Eel poached egg, fennel, horseradish creme fraiche. I forgot what the right photo is.
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Steak Tartar. Wonderful!

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Bone Marrow

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Soft-shell Crab

The outdoor patio at the Culver City location isa huge plus over the Santa Monica’s which I found claustrophobic and dark. With the superior Culver city one, there’s no reason to go all the way to Santa Monica for the best burger in LA anymore.

Father’s Office 2.0
3229 Helms Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90034

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2 Responses to “Father’s Office 2.0 (Culver City)”

  1. Chubbypanda says:

    Goodness. That steak tartar has been marinated so well it looks cooked. I love the sheer beefiness of these photos.

  2. seat says:

    The description “Dry Aged Beef” doesn’t sound so tempting….^^;;; But it looks good in pictures. Smoked Eel poached egg sounds like a strange combination at first…but you do have chopped unagi+half-cooked egg on rice in many places.