Dish, located in Burbank’s not so distant neighbor La Cañada, is a homey, cozy restaurant well worth the drive. With a variety of seating, you can have a casual bite in the bar room with tables, or settle in for a home cooked meal next to the fireplace or country kitchen cabinets in the main dining room. Either way, they’ve got a full bar, beer and wine to go with your meal. And if you bring your own bottle, corkage is just $5! So go ahead, bring a bottle, sit back, relax, and enjoy the slow pace of your meal—you’re supposed to be savoring it!
Dish seems to be most well known for their breakfast featuring eggs a million ways, hotcakes (apple oatcakes anyone?), French toast, and waffles. Everything here is carefully prepared and made with quality ingredients, so you can taste the difference even in simple dishes.
The lunch menu is dominated by salads, sandwiches, and burgers, with a few entrees like pasta, gumbo, and tacos thrown in for good measure. Each one of Dish’s menus is vast and covers a wide range of culinary styles. You might have trouble deciding what to get, but you can rest assured that whatever you pick will be good!
Even dinner brings the accolades: fantastically fresh bruschetta with goat cheese, and pork chops with spicy applesauce give a fresh new twist to American standards. The thing that topped it all off? The best bread pudding I’ve ever had! Super moist, topped with creamy vanilla ice cream and loaded with golden raisins; this was a real treat.
As the sign reads, “Dish: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner;” they cover it all. What’s truly amazing is that Chef Lisi Marrero is able consistently create great quality dishes for all three meals using fresh and local ingredients. Dish is a tribute to traditional American food in its purest form.
734 Foothill Blvd.
La Canada, CA 91011
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