Ivory on Sunset features a relaxed-yet-refined, mid century aesthetic that celebrates the spirit & essence of the iconic West Hollywood neighborhood. Guests may enjoy a menu designed by ABC’s The Taste and Top Chef Alum, Brian Malarkey, featuring market-driven ingredients with panoramic views of LA.View Private Dining Details
Love is in the air in West Hollywood, and we are celebrating with a decadent 4-course dinner for $99 per person on February 14th. Begin your evening with a Grilled Langoustine with dashi and serrano peppers, then make your way to Nantucket Bay Scallops Pappardelle with West Coast Uni.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Overall lovely, staff and setting were perfect. The only issue was it was extremely hot and the plastic canopy covering the outdoor area was trapping the heat in even more. Like extremely hot. Would love to go back if plastic was removed! Great place and staff was extremely nice!
Food is amazing. Period. Must try for yourself. Everything we ordered blew our minds.
What a terrible experience. My friends and I were expecting a lovely New Years Eve dinner in great surroundings and we were bitterly disappointed indeed.
The service was absolutely laughable- of the 4 courses they placed every single plate incorrectly. The main course of butter poached lobster with truffle was nothing short of disgusting. The lobster was rubbery, and it was served with bitter greens so you could taste no lobster or truffle. It was sitting in a pool of brown water from the greens and in a soggy and grainy polenta cake that also managed to be dry.
One waitress tried and was pleasant but there was no professionalism at all - the staff were clearly not trained. All the other wait staff were rude, bored and made us feel unwelcome.
I was still eating my appetiser when the entree was brought out. They seemed incredulous I would even question them. There was no space between courses, no bread and there was a DJ station set up with awful music that was not mentioned anywhere in the advertising or emails. We were charged 20% for service - again this was not communicated upfront.
After complaining, the manager came over to talk to us but he was also lacking basic training and skills. He believed that he could sweet talk his way out of the situation and seemed shocked to hear his service staff were sub standard. This clearly showed he was not a skilled restaurant manager.
In the end, he offered my meal free even though my whole table experienced the same issues. I shared the reduced cost with my friends and the total was just shy of $700 with 1 meal free - there was a service fee of $125 and tax if $50. We had 1 bottle of wine between 4 of us and water. I have been to Michelin starred restaurants and paid less.
To say that this was an absolute rip off is an understatement. We were so displeased that we left before midnight and went back to our hotel when we had planned to go to the sky bar after to celebrate. We couldn’t leave quick enough.
We went early (5:00 pm) so we could make Hamilton. Great view and great food.
Menu selections were exciting and tasted equally as amazing! We went for Christmas dinner and absolutely loved every dish we tried. The steaks were perfectly aged and the chicken and scallops juicy, flavorful, and cooked to perfection. The outside area was tented but kept perfectly comfortable and warm. Can't wait to go back
Very nice service. The food was not really what we expected as we were trying to get a good Christmas Eve dinner, but it was still good.
Fantastic vibe and good service and ambiance. Unfortunately utility work was happening and our brunch dealt with industrial noise on the premises but, been here before and it’s fabulous.
Love this spot for
Brunch,great view and great service.
Alot of food and it’s perfect 👌🏾
I expected sooo much better. Famous chef in charge, Mondrian Hotel, recommended view.
What we got: Run of mill nothing special here brunch. First off: seating cushions were stained and filthy looking. Floors black in many spots and Poorly cleaned and cared for.
Should have been enough of a reason to leave, but we were meeting friend there.
Three adults. With out drinks or tip $95. $130 with all. Plus $12 parking fee!!For very average/low quality brunch.
We had: French toast : 4 half slices of French toast with two teaspoons of cut strawberries. ( why not use better bread?) fake syrup. Not enough butter and is it real butter? I don't think so. My husband was starving after. And we had side of bacon too. (3 slices) And it was deep fried to crisp it. Not freshly made at all. Cost $8 or so extra. Ugh!
My omelet with a table spoon or so of slimy spinach and mushrooms and a dab of cheese like slop( could you perhaps used fresher and more plentiful fillings?) Served with straight from the supermarket plastic bag toast. Sad.
And crab cake Benedict. Also nothing so special. Crab cake could have been a bit crisper. The potatoes on the side? Squares of pre cooked and left to dry out on grill dark brown cubes.
Yes it is in hotel. I'm aware prices are higher because of The view?? View: Eh.
But would it have killed the chef in charge of menu to offer something... anything to justify the $40 plus per person ( including tip and coffee) check. Denny's does it better!!! Could they offer a Better house baked bread basket? Real maple syrup?Larger portion of fruit? Fresher better quality everything? Even the jam for toast was watery! How does that happen?
Sad sad sad.
Wait staff was good, not their fault chef is using Bare minimum of everything and it shows.
Save yourself a trip. Go elsewhere to get an easily better brunch/lunch.