Looking at the chefs and waiters at ink.—one of West Los Angeles’ most exciting eateries—you may realize there’s a bias towards tattoos. While the visual identity of their dishes (or their waiters) isn’t the first priority in the mind of head chef and heavily-tattooed Michael Voltaggio, he’s nevertheless careful to present his plates in ways that are perfectly suited for the food-porn generation of photographers. The result? How about halibut served alongside embers of zucchini and potato, sesame mayo and black vinegar? There’s also the option of beef tartare served with hearts of palm, sea bean chimichurri, horseradish and rye. If you haven’t got the ink on your arms, at least bring a hungry stomach. Like a solid tattoo, these feasts will prick your palate with a permanent impression.