Each quarter a unique menu is created and inspired by the team's travel to one of the world's great wine regions.
The team immerses ourselves in the food, wine, and culture of the region during our research & development trips to gather inspiration for our quarterly menus.
Serving only a special, small group at any one time means our dishes are strikingly detailed, refined and appreciated in a small, intimate space.
It's my way to say, "I got this".
Dinner at Gwen is more than a dining experience — it's a visceral one, as you're surrounded by meat visibly hanging in glass-enclosed dry age rooms and whole animals roasting over a fire pit. The visuals at Gwen subtly call to mind our primitive past and are meant to offer a glimpse into the meal that's about to unfold and how it came to be. These age-old cooking techniques are presented in a beautifully composed chef's feast featuring up to 20 dishes within the menu.
The main event is meat-centric highlighting the best the butcher shop has to offer. Complementing the main event are seasonal sides that pull from the nearby Hollywood Farmers Market, just steps away from Gwen. Feel like really indulging? You can upgrade your menu with a choice from our supplement menu – think bone in dry aged rib eye Blackmore wagyu. An amazing meal is deserving of an amazing space and Gwen surrounds its diners with comfortable luxury. Marble, copper, walnut and leather combine beautifully to showcase the artistry of the kitchen and the bounty of the butcher's case.
Opening Hours :
5.00pm - 10.30pm
Walk-in's welcome and will be accomodated if seating is available.
The SHARE experience emulates the beloved tasting menus of the my Los Angeles restaurants, Maude and Gwen, with a snack course, followed by salad, handmade pasta, soup, a main course, and scrumptious dessert. As the ship’s captain navigates your trip, the culinary team and I steer you toward a meal that our guests will remember and cherish for years to come. So climb aboard, unplug, and let us create a moment you will share with your fellow travelers and as a story with those once you disembark.