• Anaheim White House
  • Anaheim White House
  • Anaheim White House
  • Anaheim White House
  • Anaheim White House
  • Anaheim White House
  • Anaheim White House
  • Anaheim White House

Anaheim White House

887 South Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805


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A landmark jewel that was once nestled quietly among an enormous orange grove in the early 20th century, Anaheim White House is still Anaheim’s most famous hidden treasure. Chosen Best Contemporary Italian Cuisine in Orange County. So attentive are the plates of food and so terrific in taste with their sophisticated little touches that this has become a home-away-from-home for a vast Italian coterie. It has also become the quiet gathering place for many celebrities from the motion picture industry, publishing and sports. Former presidents and a princess or two have dined here. Bruno has put the excitement back in dining.


887 South Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805

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Monday - Friday
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Monday - Sunday
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Business Casual
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Extensive Wine Menu
Heart Smart Meals
Seasonal Menus
Vegetarian Meals
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Banquet Facilities
Full Service Catering
Private Parties
Private Rooms
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American Express
Master Card
Carte Blanche

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Eddie Meza
Executive Chef

When Eddie Meza arrived in the United States from his native Mazatlan, Mexico in 1988, he and his wife, Guadeloupe, along with their two children in tow, were ambitious but had no job prospects. A guardian angel came in the form of restaurateur Bruno Serato, founder of the Anaheim White House. He took Meza under his wing and, during the course of nearly two decades, the duo have earned the restaurant international acclaim.

Starting off in a meager entry-level position, it wasn’t long before he began propelling himself up the ranks. He worked his way up to line supervisor then earned the position of Sous Chef. In that coveted position, he was the understudy of Executive Chefs Phil Clark (a Culinary Institute of America graduate) and David Libby, (a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and former Chef of La Rive Gauche in Rancho Palos Verdes who earned the “Chef of the Year” distinction from the Southern California Restaurant Writers Assoc.). In 1999, Bruno “popped the question” and asked Meza to be the executive chef of the Anaheim White House. He immediately accepted the tremendous opportunity and began working with some of the biggest names in the culinary field including such culinary luminaries as Jean Pierre Lamanissier, who worked with Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France and served as Chef de Cuisine at La Tour d'Argent in Tokyo, Japan and Chef de Cuisine at Ma Maison in Los Angeles. Meza also had the privilege of being tutored privately by Chef Peter Striffolino, who worked with Three-Star Michelin Chefs Alain Chapel, Jacques Maxim and Paul Bocuse. In addition, Meza has been tutored by Diane Weber, who formerly served as the Pastry Chef of La Notre Restaurant in France and currently serves as the pastry chef instructor at The Culinary Institute of America.


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