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What a great restaurant. Intimate and quiet, you can actually have a conversation and not hear the folks seated near you. The food is remarkable- I recommend the raviolis and am sure the other entrees are great too. The wines are extraordinary and the owner/maitre’d knows what pairs best and is a warm friendly presence when needed. This was my third time dining here and I hope to become a real regular. MoreOpenTable Diner -
I love the outdoor patio, this is the only vegan restaurant that I enjoy. Food is always great, service is great, & nice atmosphere. To me, because I am not vegan, I do not think the prices are the best because there are no expensive proteins on the plate (I.e. top cuts of steak or great seafood), however it is ok for every once in a while. MoreOpenTable Diner -
After having read some review of Norah on google, yelp, etc. I had my doubts about eating here. They were pretty mixed, but I gave it a shot anyways because the menu and some of the photos looked so good. Well, we had a great experience from the moment we walked in the door. We had reserved seats at the bar, but somehow the bar stools just didn't look all that comfy. So, the host sat us at a cozy table for 2, no problem. Danny, our server, was super attentive and we had the first dish and glasses of libations in front of us within 10 minutes of walking in. We started with the roots & burrata plate which was very tasty with the spiced honey and the pistachio puree. The only touch which would have made it better would have been a few minutes under a heat lamp. It was obviously stored in fridge before being served. We followed up with the magnificent black truffle potato gnocchi and the uni butter poached shrimp. The first were easily the most fluffy little pillows that I have ever had, and plenty of shaved truffles made this a perfect dish. Both flavors were so delicate because it seems that none of so common artificial truffle oil was employed. Similarly, the shrimp were also exceptional. Next time we'll have all three together because the roots and burrata did go quite well with those other, richer dishes. The only minus of the experience was that the dinning room was a bit cold. On the plus side, compliments to the chef for not polluting his food with Canola oil. Since my stomach is very sensitive to this highly processed oil, I checked ahead of time and was delighted to hear that it is not in use in the kitchen. I'll certainly be back to dine with Norah again since I am curious about the rest of the menu. However, I can already predict feeling rather tempted to have the same three dishes once again. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Pretty cool experience at ROKU. Server was nice. He told us sake and wine by bottle was half off on Tuesdays. The chef was very friendly and did some cool fire tricks on the grill before he began. We ordered wagyu, dry-aged steak, scallop and lobster. The wagyu was very juice and tender and was clearly distinct from the steak in both texture and flavor. Scallop was probably one of the best (if not the best) I have ever had. The unfiltered sake went perfectly with the meal. However, the meal came out to be a little more expensive than we had imagine, but still, it was a wonderful high-end teppanyaki experience. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Went for dinner on a Sunday afternoon. Very quiet and low-key. The staff was very friendly, and I was able to sit out on the back patio. I watched the sun go down over Sunset as I enjoyed a glass of wine. Definitely recommend if you're in the area. It was also nice because they didn't make me feel like a "out-of-towner". MoreOpenTable Diner -
Kept it simple and classic and ordered the Tonarelli - basically spaghetti with tomato sauce. The spaghetti was incredibly fresh, cooked perfectly al dente, and had just the right amount of spice. I didn't need to add a thing besides a sprinkle of parmesan. We also ordered the asparagus with the sunny side up duck egg and fontina fonduta which was again, cooked to perfection (the asparagus was not overcooked at all) and very flavorful. The service was great and the overall ambience and vibe reminds me of a chic but not overly-trendy NYC spot in the heart of Weho. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The Ponte is my absolute favorite restaurant. I've been 8 times now and it has never once disappointed. Scott is a superstar chef and I am always excited to try his new menu additions. I've met him twice at the restaurant and he was friendly and gracious and just overall awesome. I am Italian and his pasta pomodoro is literally the best pasta I've ever had (And yes I've been to Italy). I'm always looking for reasons to go back, and I've taken almost every single friend and family member with me. From jazz nights on Wednesday to Sunday brunch to Birthday dinners to the Winemaker dinners, to Pasta Tasting night... I mean... go now. You won't be disappointed. <3 MoreOpenTable Diner -
The Saddle Ranch and their employees are WONDERFUL, honestly some of the best customer service ever. Beware of the valet though, it's a separate company and they were really rude. We were visiting from Boston, so we're used to rudeness but they were too much. Save yourself the trouble and park yourself. MoreOpenTable Diner -
We enjoyed the atmosphere! Friendly and pro staff. Nice people. Great Design. The food tastes good and the chocolate dessert is THE BEST! We came Wednesday night and enjoyed live music, it was modern jazz. Also, some appetizers were set at the entrance welcoming all guests- so nice! MoreOpenTable Diner -
We were a party of 8 and had a reservation in Open Table but when we arrived, they were a bit surprised. They didn't have the staff to serve so many people at one time. After we got to sit down, they took a good half hour to come to our table and get our drink order because they were short in staff. The pizza was excellent, beer was cold and staff super friendly. They need to get more servers thou. One of us order pasta. The presentation wasn't the best, and although it was good, you would expect something more outstanding form a restaurant run by Italians. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Star of India Tandoori Restaurant in Los Angeles, California, is centrally located at Melrose Avenue and Vine Street and specializes in serving authentic Indian cuisine. The restaurant has been in business for more than 30 years and serves 100% halal meat.
Star of India Tandoori Restaurant serves lunch and dinner and offers a wide selection of appetizers, tandoori, chicken, lamb, seafood, vegetables, tofu, biryani and breads. Daily specials served at Star of India Tandoori Restaurant include a tandoori special for two, vegetarian dinner for two and Star of India dinner for two. Popular entr�es served at the restaurant include chicken curry, fish or shrimp kurma, chicken tandoori and chicken tikka.More
I continue to love the restaurant at the Chateau Marmont, especially for breakfast when the garden patio is just a wonderful place to be. My favorite thing about CM is the service. To many who are used to rushed brunches and lines out the door it might feel slow, but it's designed to be like that. It's relaxed. It allows you to have a proper conversation with a friend without having the bill being thrown in your face 3 minutes after you've finished eating. It's breakfast/brunch as it should be. I understand why people come here often on the weekends. It's a wonderful little sanctuary where one can catch up with good friends or simply do some thinking while having a meal. Sure the prices are a bit high but overall it is well worth it. I would rather pay a little bit more to have a great experience than a bit less to be rushed out of the door by 3 women with strollers talking about their kids pre-preschool and staff who can't be bothered to be there. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Note: This restaurant very recently changed owners, and there is new temporary signage: “Coco’s.” It is no longer called Pono, so don’t be confused if the signage says “Coco’s,” — you are at the right place. Good option for pre-theatre at the Wallis in Beverly Hills or UCLA or Geffen Playhouse in Westwood — just 15 minutes drive, and a better value than most restaurants in those neighborhoods. Free 90-minutes parking in the Chase Bank lot behind the restaurant. We all had the hamburgers, and all agreed they were very good — quality, flavorful meat cooked as requested. We also shared a generous side order of sweet potato fries which were a bit soggy but not overly greasy. Full bar but a long wait for cocktails, even though there was only one other occupied table. Open Table profile says the restaurant has a “view,” but that view looks out on to the jammed traffic on Sunset. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Experience the standout coastal flavors that define Californian cuisine. A diverse menu offers a variety of healthy choices from fresh seafood to antioxidant-rich salads, all day long.
This summer, Cabana Restaurant is launching Folia, meaning “from the leaves” in Latin, which is a new plant-based, stand-alone menu inspired by celebrated Chef Matthew Kenney.More
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Quite honestly, West Hollywood is one tasty neighborhood. If you’re craving a burger, there's no better option than the neighborhood's iconic Hickory Burger, which features a single patty slathered with a sweet-smoky hickory sauce. Another West Hollywood signature dish, chicken and waffles, blends a sweet and salty mix over the meat. The neighborhood is home to a large number of vegans and vegetarians; restaurants serving anything from sushi to burgers have found tasty ways to accommodate these diners. This neighborhood includes many sidewalk cafes where you can catch a glimpse of local stars and enjoy farm-to-table seasonal selections that highlight the local seafood, produce, charcuterie and more.