The Amalur Project pop-up takes place at Cortez in Echo Park.
Spanish chef Sergio Perera, formerly of restaurants such as Arzak
and Jean Georges
, has secured Cortez restaurant
in Echo Park for the latest run of his culinary venture, the Amalur Project
The pop-up, kicking off Monday, will run through May 21, with dinner available on Mondays and Tuesdays from 6 to 10 p.m. Perera's team is comprised of chefs Jacob Takehiro Kear and Steve Monnier, who bring with them Japanese kaiseki and French culinary techniques, respectively, to the Amalur kitchen.
The four-course tasting menu, made up of local and foraged foods from Pascal Baudar and Mia Wasilevich of Wild Food Lab, will be $55 per person.
Reservations can be made online.
Cortez, 1356 Allison Ave., Echo Park, www.amalurproject.com.
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