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About Boxwood at The London
Come check out our amazing new renovation and our incredible London Bar!!
We offer signature cocktails and Bar Bites. We also have a signature Gin cart with a huge selection of Gins and other fine selections of Liquor and Reserve Wine list
The Boxwood restaurant also has a lot to offer including an ALL day menu with incredible selections from our Chef Anthony Keene.
Chef Anthony Keene's Los Angeles restaurant offers fine-dining inspired by California’s fresh produces. The menus change regularly based on seasonal offerings. Enjoy a variety of market specials, several a la carte dishes. The ambiance is glamorous and energetic, with posh dining rooms that overlook dramatic views of the city skyline. Servers are knowledgeable. Open daily for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
We also offer High Tea daily from 2pm-4pm.
Boxwood at Rooftop is open for lunch & dinner daily (Closed for the season, opens June-October)
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Californian, Contemporary American, British
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 6:30am -11am (Breakfast)
Saturday & Sunday 7am- 11am ( Breakfast
Mon-Sun 1130am- 10pm ( All day Dining Menu)
The London Bar & Sitting Room is open daily from 11am to 12pm.
High Tea is daily from 2pm-4pm in the Sitting Room
Sample Menus are available at thelondonwesthollywood.com
For the most up to date menus please call us at 310.358.7788 and we will gladly email you them.
San Vicente & Sunset
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
For large parties and our private events please call our Private Dining Coordinator Stefan De Castroverde at 310.358.7788 or via email at Sdecastroverde@thelondonweho.com
The entrance is on San Vicente Blvd. just below Sunset Blvd. We are located inside The London West Hollywood Hotel on the lobby level.
After 5pm Valet, With Restaurant Validation is $10
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private Dining by The London West Hollywood incorporates all of the aspects that create a memorable celebration or occasion, and deftly perfects each detail to enhance every moment with innovative menus, creative presentation and impeccable yet approachable service.
Boxwood at The London Ratings and Reviews
We’ve gone to Boxwood many times in the past so we decided to try the dinner menu after it was re-launched recently. We had an off start as there was no one at reception but we heard voices chatting somewhere in the back. I was actually telephoning the reception desk from where I was standing but my mother who has mobility problems decided to slow walk into the dining area to tell them we had been waiting.
The crab toast appetizer was very good and the crab meat was generous. The waiter described the garnish on the crab toast as kimchi but it was seaweed. I know what kimchi is and this was not. The scallops in coconut sauce was also good, we expected big scallops but dish had little ones, which is fine.
For the entrees, the fish and chips were good. Of particular note is the very tasty and fresh tartar sauce. The spaghetti with filet mignon meatballs lacked brightness of flavor and the meatballs were extremely bland. The biggest puzzle was the lobster risotto. The way the menu was written, we expected lobster meat in the risotto. There was none. The truffle was missing in action too. We asked the waiter and he said the lobster was incorporated in the risotto and there were truffle shavings. There was neither. I know risottos and I remember Boxwood as having excellent risottos in the past, so this was a disappointment. Our waiter did not seem that knowledgeable about the menu. He did say he will relay our concerns to the chef, but that does nothing about our meal and for us as diners. It was like a big “ho-hum, sorry” and that was it. I remember far better food, service and customer appreciation in the past. We also noticed that my mother’s plate had some kind of a chipped side – the waiter said it’s the “design of the plate” (um, no) but also conceded the plate seemed worn out.
And finally, the iconic beef wellington was no longer in the menu, it was one of the best I’ve ever had. That’s too bad. The Boxwood dining room glory days are behind us, it seems.
What a dissapointment...! We selected that restaurant for Christmas day as it was recommended. We even checked with the concierge who convinced us it would be "special". Wow! They no nothing about "special"... Food was ok but service was poor. We ordered a wine from the private selection and after a long wait they advised they no longer have it. Then ordered a bottle from the regular list as their cellar is apparently far and unaccessible to most employees and we did not want to risk another 15 minutes wait for the wine... but ended up cancelling the bottle and ordering wine by the glass (!) as our food had already been served (and cold I have to say) and we were still waiting for the wine!!! As we had our wine towards the end of our main course, we even needed to ask them to wait for desert so we could finish our glass and not be rushed. For a Christmas dinner? Unacceptable. There was absolutely no ambiance, no Christmas decoration, no Christmas tree, nothing like Christmas. Please do not advertise a "Christmas dinner" in the future. What a dissapointment.
I would definitely go back for the regular menu. I took my mother there for Christmas Eve prix fixe menu. The mushroom chestnut soup was outstanding. My only complaint was my medium rare steak wasn’t pink in the middle so a little over done for me. My mom’s lobster risotto was delicious. Nadim, our server, was gracious and attentive.
The ambiance was exactly what we were looking for during our luncheon. We stayed quite a bit longer than initially anticipated because the environment, view, food, drinks and staff were all amazing! We could not have enjoyed ourselves more than we did. Thank you!
The Filet was AMAZING and a definite recommend! Even though most dishes sounded appetizing, my husband tried my Filet (medium rare) and commented on how he wish he would have gotten that; the Filet was only about $36 and the size of a fist -- great find! If you are a dessert lover, save room for the chocolate cake (with multiple layers) or the crepes (multiple layers of crepes that make up a slice of cake). All that to say, we had a great experience there. We were hoping to have gotten the Beef Wellington, but did not realize that was the Spring menu and they had changed a couple weeks prior. Oh well, one day.
We were excited to try this restaurant upon a suggestion from a friend. We were very disappointed in the service as well as the food. My, transplanted English, husband ordered a "Shepard's Pie" and a side of mushy peas. The Pie was the smallest Shepard's pie he had every seen. It was served in, what looked like a teacup saucer that was only about 1/4" deep. They didn't serve the mushy peas with the meal, when was finally able to get the servers attention, she had to fight with the chef and bring him the menu, to prove they were ON the menu. He begrudgingly served up about a tablespoon full and served them cold. My Black Bass meal was very good. Ambiance was nice and the restaurant was pleasant enough. The "English" food and the service were severely lacking.
The restaurant was quiet on this evening -- we were one of only three tables. The service was good. We had two delicious appetizers: black cod and a shrimp toast. Our entrees were just a little less delicious. Good, but no memorable: the pasta amatriciana with meatballs was a little odd because the meatballs' own sauce contrasted so highly from the pasta. It was a sweet/savory combination that just didn't satisfy (though by no means bad). The yellowtail over rice with a curried sauce was good but lacked some brightness, somewhere, through either acid or a particularly forward flavor. Everything in it eventually started to taste a little starchy. Our cocktails were quite good -- the eponymous drink of bourbon and St. Germaine with Lillet being particularly delicious and worth returning to the bar to try again.
Excellent night out with our daughter. We shared appetizers, small dish tasting and main menu item from London Nights special. We also had tea & sticking pudding for dessert. Pricing and value is actually very reasonable, however $8 for tea (packet at that) is ridiculous. Dessert was $7 & tea was $8. Crazy.
Ok, so it's Valentines Day and I make my reservation almost two weeks in advance as i know restos' get booked up in LA quick for this holiday. I went to website and it's gorgeous so I book on Opentable. I specifically reserve an outside table looking over the LA skyline. Perfect you think, right? Nooooooo...I get a call on Valentine's Day from the hostess informing me that my choice of seating was not possible, as this was a rooftop deck seating and the upstairs restaurant was closed in the winter and wouldn't open until April. And would it be ok if the restaurant below (which has a view) would be acceptable. As it was the day of, I really didn't have much of a choice but as I didn't know what the resto looked like, I trusted the hostess that I would still have a view. Unfortunately the decor is nothing like the photos online nor was there a view as they had shades drawn! The food was good and the waiter was very nice and patient but I'm very into decor/design and views.....So I wasn't impressed with the last minute change in my reservation which was not to my liking at all.
Does Ramsay still own this place - I do t think so. They seemed to have some of the dishes they used to serve, but it just wasn't the same as when it opened and GR was directly involved - sad! It was a really hot place to eat. Wasn't horrible, just not great.
I am a BAFTA member so that's why I decided to hold my first business luncheon there...unfortunately it was a Sunday so at first I was told it was 'Afternoon Tea' which
just was not the sort of fare I was interested in...after expressing this to our very polite server
Ryan, he swiftly presented us with a much better albeit limited menu....
Although 'Afternoon Tea' might be a once in a while nice idea, I do feel that we should be able
to access the regular lunch menu as well...my guests were also NOT interested in the Afternoon Tea, anyhow we ordered off the limited menu, were happy with our choice & server so it was overall a very pleasant experience. Will be coming back frequently since I intend to take full advantage of the LONDON/BAFTA partnership
I met my South Korean client here for afternoon tea and a business meeting. We were placed in a quiet, private area where we could talk openly in comfort. The decor and ambience were lovely. The service was top-notch. The food offerings were really wonderful. I can't wait to come back!
I made a reservation for a Sunday brunch at the Boxwood cafe for a birthday celebration. When we arrived, the café was closed and we were directed to the rooftop pool area. All of the tables had at least some seats in the direct sun, and the heat was intense. We left. This is not a good choice for a weekend brunch, unless the weather is cool and you don't mind sitting in the sun. The restaurant also needs to do a better job of advising their customers, in advance, that the café is closed for brunch and sitting inside is not an option
Appies were great ... especially the lamb and beef.
We were not happy with the burger...
Bun was stale and crumbly....beef patty was dry and way too salty.
However I am very picky with my food as I have dined all over the world. Vancouver and New York are still best places for high quality food if your willing to pay for it.
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