10 Best Octopus Dishes in Los Angeles
Only open four months, RivaBella offers an octopus salad that's so delicious even someone afraid of eating the eight-legged creature might reconsider. Drawing inspiration from chef Gino Angelini's Northern Italian roots, the polipo con olive e patate is a roasted octopus salad with potatoes, Taggiasche olives, cherry tomatoes, celery slivers and salsa verde. Although manager Paul Chang might point out that his fellow native Koreans prefer live baby octopus, the magic of this dish is the warm and tender meat mixed with soft potatoes, resting on just the right amount of marinara sauce. 9201 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood; 310-278-2060.
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