I’m actually familiar with Catch from its other restaurant in the vicinity of Meet Pack, New York City, an area that was originally home to slaughterhouses in the past and now harbors many popular restaurants. With this new, amazingly colorful terrace in LA, Catch seems to have added another powerful castle to its kingdom.
Starting right from the lift at the entrance up to the restaurant, the venue is bedecked with vines and various flowers. Chef Andrew Carroll’s menu, a nod to the Far Eastern cuisine, is popular for its platters-to-share such as sushi, sashimi and ceviche.
I think the most recent edition of the menu is a cozier version of the menus offered by the modernized Far East restaurant chains such as Nobu and Zuma. The ambiance of the restaurant is so welcoming and festive that it makes you feel like you’re on the beach of Amalfi.
Considering its ambiance and the scenic view from the terrace, I’d recommend the restaurant for brunch or lunch hours. With its above-average dishes and satisfactory price/quality performance, it would be an enjoyable stop for a foodie break for those who fly by the heavens of West Hollywood.
Bon appétit and enjoy the taste of life…