Once home to a popular late nightlife hangout, the building has a new life and was restored into an all-new Fellow. The 1929 space is renovated and crafted to experience fine dining. Philip Camino has brought back the hustle in Westwood with a new hangout space.
The only way to the entrance is a World-class art gallery curated by Regina Peris. The ceilings are hand-painted and adorned with patterned panels with concrete floors. The concise menu at Fellow brings a lot of European and Camino's passion for desserts.
The Entrees include a perfect seared duck breast with tender beer. The pistachio cake is full of handpicked fresh cherries and oozed with chocolate butter mochi.
The Fellow is just an extension of natural beauty. The World-class artwork is a perfect match with a glass of wine and serves a Michelin-level dining experience. The Fellow in Westwood has created services that are tough to replicate, and this is what makes it unique from others.
The Fellow in Westwood has set a benchmark with high-quality dining with fresh and handpicked ingredients. A perfect place to visit with family, friends, and partners.