Salt's Cure

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1155 N Highland Ave (Lexington)
West Hollywood, CA 90038
(323) 465-7258
$ $
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–Midnight Sat: 10:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–3:00 PM

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  • Youre here for an astonishing quantity of meat, charcuterie ranging from potted duck with blueberries to the intense house-cured bacon, and a menu of simple, butchers food.
  • The chef is a G. Knows his food!
  • Try the Steak And Fries - OMG yes! The onions on the steak taste almost like truffles! Amazing!!
  • At Salts Cure, everythings made in house: cheeses, pickles, condiments, bread they even butcher their own pork, beef and chicken. As seen on Food Paradise: Manliest Restaurants.
  • This underrated brunch spot does the simple things really well, with an amazing set of oatmeal pancakes to start. Slow scrambled eggs are decadent; the biscuits and gravy pack a punch. Get the bacon.
  • The compact dinner menu gets posted every afternoon on Facebook. Nine times out of ten, offerings include a juicy, Flintstones-size pork chop.
  • The Berkshire pork chop is fantastic. Super fresh, incredibly high quality cut and beautifully prepared. Succulent and delicious!
  • The 2x2x2 features transcendentally orgasmic bacon - best Ive ever had -and you can't get it with almost anything else.
  • The 2x2x2 will cure what ailes you.
  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • The sausage egg n' cheese biscuit is better than most things you've eaten in your life. Jussayin.
  • Hooray meat! The bacon burger was phenomenal.
  • Fixings include American basics such as sausage, bacon and fresh eggs, as well as very L.A. twists: fried ricotta fritters and oatmeal pancakes, to name a few.
  • 2x2x2, that's all you need to know.
  • At night things turn a little more serious, with big hunks of meat (all animals are bought whole from local farmers and butchered in-house), or beautifully cooked fish prepared simply and thoughtfully
  • Great American food, especially if you like meat. Excellent and very friendly and attentive service as well.
  • Weekend Brunch is an embarrassment of riches. The quiche is an often overlooked standout. The best ever; even tops Bouchon. There I said it.
  • Not on the menu: The All-Star (2x2x2 + short stack pancakes)
  • Get the 2x2x2: two eggs, firm, chewy strips of house-made bacon, pork sausage patties seasoned with ginger, coriander, salt and pepper and a biscuit to boot.
  • Damn good food. Nice to find another Okie (the owner) out here, too.