Inspired by Cornwall, the Stalking Horse serves an all-day menu focused on Cornish pasties, with both meat and vegan options available. Created by culinary director Trevor Faris the menu also offers other pub staples such as Welsh Rarebit and Yorkshire pudding, as well as fish and chips.
In addition to the multiple taps that features English style beer, a central focus of the beer program is on-site brewing with a seven-barrel system serving English style beers with modern twists. There’s also a big focus on gin and scotch with unique varieties not commonly found in Los Angeles such as Half Hitch Small Batch Gin made in the historic Camden Lock district of London, No.209 Reserve Sauvignon Blanc Barrel Aged Gin, and Alexander Murray & Co. Highland 53-year scotch which is matured in ex-bourbon casks and finished in sherry casks.
If U’re looking for an authentic British pub experience, the Stalking Horse is the place for U.
A pint or a G&T
Pasties include steak, potato, onion and rutabaga; lamb and apricot chutney; tikka masala; and chicken pot pie. Other dishes include a Root Salad made with beets, radish, carrots and a black garlic dressing, Beef Cheek Bourguignon served with creamy mash and roasted carrots, or Fish and Chips made with Alaskan cod with tartar sauce and malt vinegar.
Cocktails include the 5 O’Clock Tea Time with Isle of Skye scotch whiskey, black tea syrup, lemon juice and rosemary, and The King’s G&T made with Re:Find Gin, housemade tonic, lime and star anise.