The Monday supper was a great deal at $15, but the quality was not at the level of their regular menu. For the price though, it is a worth the money
We always go for brunch and its a great time. This time we tried dinner and its wasn't such a great experience surprisingly. It took a hour to get our food and portions were ridiculously small. I think we saw our waitress 3 times total. I'm a very tolerant customer it takes a pretty bad experience for me to take time to give a poor review. I will never go back for dinner.
Delicious! You must try the rice balls, they're a must. Had the white fish piccata, which was excellent, along with the sun chokes. Another person had the duck carbonara (a special), which was also delicious, as well as the pork. Try the fried potatoes as well. All in all, it was great. We'd go back.
it was good but the hostess was not very pleasant when we were 10 minutes late. She gave our table away and was very curt about it. She didn't put us on the top of the next table instead saying we were on the bottom of the list and would need to wait 45 minutes. We all sat in the bar checking open table for another restaurant. When I said to my firends I would write open table about her attitude she somehow found a table for us. We understand we were late and if they could not accomodate us we would understand but there is no reason to be rude.
Love this place. My wife and I always try to stop in when visiting our daughter in Los Feliz. Especially on Tuesday nights when they have the lasagne special. And the Hanger Steak Rocks!
We sat outside. Tables are very close to each other, not very private. Food was alright, quite salty and greasy. Wouldn't come here again.
We ate in the bar area where the music was way too loud. We had to ask the waiter twice to please turn it down. This was at lunch time.
Very good, over all. We have already booked a return visit next week.
Really great feel to this beautifully done restaurant. Good food and noise was totally fine when we went early. Fried oysters (I asked for them without the sandwich part) were fab.
The food was unimpressive, the service was not so good. We ordered a drink when we got there, it didn't come until after we got our appetizer. My water glass was empty, and I asked the busboy as he was clearing my entree if I could please have some more water and he said, "why not?" Indeed. Our waitress came after that and filled our water. (I got the impression that filling waters wasn't his job and he whined to the waitress to do it, he didn't feel like a team player. At that point, a burly waiter took over for our sweet yet mostly absent waitress and he was prompt about bringing the check, running our credit card, and thanking us. He was nice and good at what he did, but overall it was a pretty lackluster experience at Little Dom's.
Great little neighborhood find. Daily specials and Monday Recession buster fixed price menu that is always delicious and creative.
The meatball sandwich and rice balls are to die for. I will come back here a million times.
One of the top places to dine in LA. Great food, service and decor.
Anytime I request a booth they do thier best to accomadate. Great for special occasions or guest visting town. My go to place in LA.
When you come to Lil Dom's, we hope you get Dorian as our server. She is one of the best and is very knowledgeable about the food selection. She suggested some different dishes we had not tried before and they were wonderful. We enjoy the cozy feel of the main room.
The ambience changes from night to night but is always pleasant.
I had the fixed Monday Night Supper which is a great price. $15 WITH a bottle of wine! Definitely get reservations. Overall awesome place. My only complaint is that the Chicken Caccitore was so fatty and the lighting so dim, that it got pretty nasty when I got the fat, yet delicious when it was chicken -not a fun gamble. I would go back and try another supper. I had checked the website and the menu hadn't been updated. That doesn't bother me at all, but it you're going with someone who's a picky eater, etc, and if you don't know what they'll be serving, you might pass.