Total time: 45 minutes Servings: 8 (makes 16 pancakes) Notes: Chef recommends using a dryer ricotta with large curds such as Gioia— a wet ricotta will make the batter grainy. View photos, read reviews, and see ratings for Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes. I don't recommend this dish so much. For $12 I almost expect a quick car wash, you know? Deal with it. ... Blueberry ricotta pancakes are the name of the game at … Menu is very similar to BLD. It starts at valet, friendly and on point which transcends into the reception and the service provided by the servers. Heavy, with no particular flavor. My only other qualm about this place is that it's quite expensive for what it is. We had the brioche doughnut, the egg sandwich, the BLD blueberry ricotta pancakes, and a side of potatoes. Finally made brunch reservations and got on the bandwagon. Redbird is one of our favorite downtown destinations. Submit corrections. We were seated comfortably near the wood stove and as soon as we sat down, our water was poured and our white napkins were exchanged for black ones to match our attire...I love that attention to detail!After reviewing the menu, we decided to order a few items to try:Brioche donut with yuzu glaze - 3/5 good flavor but very oilyRicotta blueberry pancake - 3/5 I remember this from BLD and it tasted about the same. BLD Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes at Redbird "This place has been on my brunch bucket list for a while now and I finally had the chance to go thanks to my friend's birthday. See below for Chef Neal’s recipe to make at home. The pure maple syrup served in the little metal log cabin is the finishing touch that puts this destination dish over the edge.Other notables on the brunch menu are the Shrimp & Grits (featuring Anson Mills Grits) as well as the Spanish Scramble...but again, and I can't overstate this enough, are the BLD Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes.The BLD Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes are the perfect balance of buttery, acidic, cheesy, fruity, and savory. Aside from us, she was tending a table for a party of three, and another one with a party of five. Duck Confit Chilaquiles - $22.00 (1/5)This dish wasn't served hot, the chips were extremely soggy, and the flavor was quite bland. Let's be real, that matters.But yes, for brunch, the feeling of being in a bright white space with open air while still indoors is absolutely amazing. This review is for brunch. So this time, my husband and I was there for brunch with a group of 6. Well, the ambiance, and that the pictures were absolutely gorgeous online. A bit of a dangerous drink because it's so good.Everyone really enjoyed the meal here and overall it was such a positive experience. I'd come back ONLY for this dish.BLD Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes - $18.00 (3/5)Your typical pancake dish with two large pancakes with a side of syrup and whipped cream. Pancakes are fluffy and waffles have that crisp. Quiet on week nights! The menu changes quite a bit, but there are a few signature dishes such as the chicken pot pie that remain on the menu, however, the presentation, timing and flavor of each dish I've savored is just marvelous and delectable. The perfect brunch experience. Next, we had the Spagetti Alla Chitarra - dungeness crab, basil, tomato and calabrian chili (buttery, spicy, tender morsels of perfection). Last night I watched one titled ‘Wake Up Call’ that aired last week and I had to make these Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes featured at a restaurant called BLD in Los Angeles. It feels a bit like a sunroom, which I absolutely loved. Here they were again as good as always, but I figured while we were here, why not venture out a little?While hashes aren't my typical order, we ordered the Lamb Belly Hash and both of us couldn't get enough and had to fight over the last bites. Heads up: From now on, other Yelpers will be able to see how you voted. The restaurant suggests using a dryer ricotta ricotta with large curds, such as Gioia. Lemme just say, the interior is absolutely stunning. It was perfect, intensely flavorful with a great combination of textures. it was NOT warm, it had a nice chew with a slight hint of coffee essence (still crave-able). I'll read up - maybe it'll be dinner, next time? There was a slight miscommunication with the reservation which I thought would end up disastrous, but the host quickly remedied the situation, she sat all eight of us straight away and was comfortable in a New York minute. We ordered:Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes 16vermont maple syrupThe pancakes were just like any ordinary pancakes. We shared everything, so we could try everything on the menu that matched our tastebuds including waffle, ricotta blueberry pancakes, chilaquiles, omelette, shrimp and grits, and burrata salad. A few minutes pass and our table situation was under control, indoor-outdoor setting, skylit atrium, natural light, mood music and a whole lot of chitchatter. They don't look like much but they are fluffy af and practically melt in your mouth. We ordered the ricotta blueberry pancakes, short rib hash, rock shrimp po boy, and wagyu burger. They are from BLD restaurant in Los Angeles. I must have that soft shell crab sandwich again. The composition of this restaurant was full of charm, encapsulated in elegance sheathe in style. I'll try (but probably fail) to keep it short.We were able to book a same-day reservation for a party of four on a Sunday at 1:15--this alone makes Redbird worth considering for weekend brunch, as long as you're up for something a little spendy. Cook over medium heat until pancakes are golden brown, turning to cook the second sides when pancake surfaces are bubbly and edges are slightly dry (about 1 to 2 minutes per side). I have sat at the bar, dined at the bar, and dined at the main dining area... the common elements of each experience was the ambiance, the service and the food and drink, all which I have enjoyed and appreciated each time.No matter where you sit, the space is beautiful and the Interior Decorator did an excellent job with the bar that encompasses the main dinning area and the bar lounge area. I would definitely come back again! Nicholas Cage was at the dining area (Excited!). I was not a fan of BLD. For desert, we kept things simple and anticlimactic with the in-house Brioche Donut - coffee glazed (was Golden!) On top of that, the drinks kept coming...they make the best cocktails! Though maybe I should have as I have eaten at BLD before.The highlight was the cocktails. I had these pancakes at BLD many times and they had a kind of ethereal quality - light and delicate but chewy and substantial at the sametime. ... Blueberry ricotta pancakes are the name of the game at … At first I thought it would be all hype since I wasn't really a fan of BLD so I didn't have high expectations. The short ribs were very soft and tasty. Everything on that plate was delicious, even the lettuce. Till we meet again, Redbird! Spectacular decor and presentation. The rest of the food had a staid blandness that I wouldn't expect from this kind of place. The Red Eye was a superb, balanced mix of bourbon, maple syrup, cold brew coffee, and BBQ bitters, perfect for any time of day. These weren't memorable but they were good.For me, brunch at Redbird was more successful than BLD. Service was so gracious that we didn't realize it right away and probably tied up the staff. The problem is the food. No, it's not terrible by any means, but I just expected a little more from the pricing. Please remember to wear your mask when not seated at your table. The Basque baked eggs were a hearty, homey dish, a stewy bowl of eggs with short rib, morcilla, piquillos, potatoes, and Ossau-Iraty, a French Basque sheep's milk cheese. (I'm kidding by the way).AMBIANCEThis is literally the reason I came. I think I'm too old now to wait an hour for eggs. The Modern Mary was a great, creative take on one of my favorite drinks, with clarified tomato, clarified lemon, white balsalmic, fennel, basil, and pepper vodka.