Dine Out for the Gulf Coast

It’s not a $5 dollar foot-long. But Chaya Brasserie is bringing La Petite Lunch and Sushi Sundays to the table just in time for Summer.

This Monday, June 7th, the Beverly Hills outpost of the Chaya chain is throwing down the gauntlet for power lunch supremacy. Its new Le Petite Lunch features a budget-friendly menu of $12-and-under dishes that they hope will leave you feeling stuffed (and thrifty). Selections include the famous Chaya Bento Box ($12), Maine lobster and shrimp ravioli ($12), and a crunchy shrimp roll ($5). Lunch will be served Monday-Friday from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Wanting to add a new spin to your Sunday Suppers rotation? Eva may have the fried chicken, but Chaya Brasserie is bringing the hamachi. Beginning June 13th, Sushi Sundays will be in effect with an alternating menu of à la carte sushi rolls for $3.50 or two-for-one rolls for $5. And because raw fish demands a good, cold beer, large Kirin will be offered at $5 a pop. For those looking for something more substantial, a $35 “Omakase” menu will be available in the dining room. It includes a half portion of edamame, one cut roll, nine pieces of sushi, and a small sake. Sushi Sunday is available from 5:00-9:00 p.m. Reservations recommended.