Los Angeles CA 90069
Top Chef Michael Voltaggio’s sandwich shop seeks to satisfy multiple palates and cravings. The flavors are classic and created with the best available ingredients. The menu is short, sweet, and to the point, but the sandwiches are perfect for a quick lunch.
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For followers of Michael Voltaggio — Top Chef champion, former chef de cuisine at Bazaar, noted liquid-nitrogen enthusiast — it may be important to state what Ink.Sack, the new sandwich shop a few doors down
The Top Chef victor sprang surprise news that he's opening a sandwich shop...tomorrow!
Michael Voltaggio agonizes over every gram of sea-bean chimichurri on the beef tartare, every plate of potato charcoal with crème fraîche and every scoop of wood-smoke ice cream that leaves the line.
Has to be one of my favorite meals of my life. I have been to Daniel, I have been to State Bird Provisions and this is the perfect combination of the two. Get the gnocchi, lambs neck, octopus. BOOM!
Mint cucumber soda and hamachi!
Top Cheffer Michael Voltaggio's first formal restaurant, hip and minimalist in aesthetic. Expect beautifully presented seasonal dishes prepared using innovative techniques. [Eater 38 Member]
Pork rinds, always. Great selection of sodas. Perfect sandwich size, too.
Best of LA 2012 - Best Culinary Cocktails. Bartenders keep up with chef Michael Voltaggio's penchant for highly conceptual, designer food with a list of designer drinks.Try the Cold Brew, it's badass!
one of my favorite restaurants hands down. creative dishes and awesome for sharing. go on a weekday to ensure a spot!
Top Chef winner Michael Voltaggio’s arty penchant for molecular gastronomy doesn’t distract from triumphs such as egg-yolk gnocchi, but it does make Ink as serious as its sexy, all-gray space.
Stick toward the top of the menu, where the less-heavy dishes reside.
if they're still available, you absolutely must try the lamb, foie gras and pork belly dishes! cocktails are amazing too
Ink, the new restaurant by 'Top Chef' champion Michael Voltaggio, features cutting-edge cuisine that is exciting and very much the chef's unique vision.
it's inventive, sure. but don't worry, not everything is covered in foam. i loved the pork and the lamp neck dishes.