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Restaurants; Restaurant News; A Casual Spelling for a Casual Setting
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Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: PETTERA, ANGELA
Date: Jul 13, 2000
Start Page: 43
Section: Calendar; PART- F; PART-; Entertainment Desk
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Vodka With That Burger?: Voda, a Westside vodka bar, has decided to get serious about its food. The owners have hired Bonnie Rochelle as their new executive chef. She trained at the Regent Beverly Wilshire and also runs a catering company called Cherry Pie. She's already been ducking into Voda's kitchen for a while now, but since the appetizer-only menu has become a full one, her title and duties have increased accordingly. It's still a small, one-page menu--nine entrees and eight starters. That's because Voda only has room for 10 tables. With more than 90 vodkas on the drink menu, Rochelle's menu has to go well with hard liquor. Her dishes include cheese fondue for two ($12.50), lettuce cups with Thai chicken ($11), citrus halibut with sesame coleslaw ($14) and a grilled New York steak ($27). Voda is open for dinner from 6 p.m. to midnight Tuesday through Saturday.

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