Shannon asks, "Do you know anything about the new Sila I have seen the new sign they put up."
Frank and Ray, who own Sila at Griffith Park Blvd. and Hyperion, are the same owners as the former Fritzie's. Their new menu is up at the Sila website, and there's some items like organic chicken and wild salmon that show that chef has helped spiff up the menu somewhat. Note to Frank and Ray: Might want to proofread the menu before publishing it.
C & R ask: "Indian in Pasadena? please."
My knowledge is not that up to date, because I've nearly given up on Indian food in L.A. I used to go to both All Indian Cafe and Akbar, they seemed pretty interchangeable and lackluster. As far as somewhat related cuisines, I haven't heard the best things about Tibet Nepal House and Azeen's Afghani either. Does anyone have a better suggestion?
and one more...
Esther asks: Where can a person find some really tasty Peach Cobbler, preferably closeish to Echo Park? Pasadena would be o.k., but the beach communities would be a drag to drive to. Looking for some yummy tips!"
I wasn't blown away by the cobbler at The Park, but the other food was good, and it's right in Echo Park, so that's the best place to start.
Your best bet might be The Gourmet Cobbler Factory in Pasadena, and also check the Atwater Farmers Market.