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We had an appetizer of six different crostinis, which were all delicious. My husband had the truffle omelette, and I had the hanger steak salad. The eggs were stupendous with a strong scent and moderate truffle flavor. The hanger steak was well marinated with a perfect medium rare cook. I would highly recommend the mimosas and Bellinis! MoreOpenTable Diner -
This was my first time at this restaurant and I really enjoyed it very much. The waitstaff were very helpful and friendly. The ambience is cozy. The dishes are inventive and piquant. The menu is sort of Israeli/Southwest/ California. I had the chicken kebab and my husband the lamb. I tried the crispy artichokes with labneh and dates. We had olive cake with Greek yogurt ice cream. It was a fun meal. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We were at the Carousel a couple of years back, but tried it again last week, and were extremely pleased with the food and service. If you are up for entertainment, you can choose that option, but if you are not, the room without entertainment is relatively quiet to engage in a conversation and enjoy your meal. Very pleased overall MoreOpenTable Diner -
Can't believe we have never made the short drive out to Piccola Trattoria in all the years we have lived here in the SCV. We kept hearing excellent reviews from friends and clients and thought we really needed to see what the fuss was all about. Having just been in Verona Italy last September, I can honestly say the food was authentic, delicious and plentiful. Our waiter Luca was helpful and did not shame us when we wanted to split starters and desserts as you need to sample many things to really appreciate the consistency of flavors and presentation. Our glasses were refilled before they were half empty. Thanks Piccola Tratorria ...we WILL be back. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to 2nd Floor Restaurant Bar & Grill! Our Italian menu is served Tapas Style (Small Plates). The cuisine is Northern Italian, influenced from Venice. Contrary to the traditional Italian Restaurants in town where heavy tomato sauces are prevalent, our menu presents very little tomato except for when the tomato season begins. We believe in using top notch products and just cook it right. Our mission is to deliver: Freshness and Unique Style of cooking and serve that comfort home food of when Mom and Grandma used to cook.More
Come on over to Crab Avenue and try our Cajun style crab boil and seafood delights. Located in the beautiful city of Glendale, California.
Affordable family dining with all of your seafood and grill favorites.
You may try our newest flavors originated from Southern-California tastes or our well-known cajun foods.
You can also enjoy from a number of steamed, boiled, grilled and fried seafood entrées as well as steaks and chicken entrées.
There is always something special for everyone at our Avenue.More
Premier Indian Restaurant, Gandhi Indian Cuisine stands to delight the senses of people with the rich aromas and lavishing food preparations. Gandhi Indian Cuisine is a well established place with painstakingly perfected interior from the riches of the mother country. With the idea of having the Indian setup and visual merchandise, the restaurant will offer the guests with the typical food taste along with the Indian environment and surroundings making them feel to be in India. Promising to serve the authentic Indian flavours, Located on Alessandro Blvd Street of Riverside Area, Gandhi Indian Cuisine offers a huge variety of Vegetarian options, Non vegetarian choices together with the Vegan variety from Northern region of the country. The taste of bawdy spices & complex flavours signals the most exclusive and well choose food delights of traditional Indian food.More
Mercado offers handcrafted cuisine, artful design, warm atmosphere and service that is both friendly and informed to guide each guest through the dining experience. Mercado is an inventive mix of food, atmosphere, and tradition, reflecting the heart & soul of Mexican dining. A fresh modern yet comfortable design, enhanced with three patios for a relaxing way to enjoy a cocktail and food. The menu exemplifies the cuisine and flavor of the partners' Mexican roots, featuring items such as Chef Acevedo's signature Carnitas, created from a recipe handed down through generations. With tortillas made by hand, only the finest meats, poultry, and seafood, flavorful sauces made in-house. Everything is made from the freshest ingredients. The same philosophy carries over to our bar where all of our juices are hand-squeezed. More
OOAK Kitchen is all about “Changing the Way You think.” One of the biggest factors OOAK wants to fight is perception. The views of vegetarianism are all wrong. In the last three years, OOAk has begun developing this idea of using highly skilled chefs to develop International cuisine with Chinese influences. Another thing we realized that most cuisines lacked was something so simple but possibly the game changer to vegetarian cuisine and that would be the wok. No msg, no artificial flavors, no fake meat, no hormones, no nothing but just all natural, organic,fresh veggies. OOAK Kitchen is a vegetarian restaurant that cares about your palate, your health and your well-being.More
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Think Los Angeles is a one-industry town? Think again. From the micro-Seoul of Koreatown to unexpected fusion cuisines (take Chinese-Mexican, for one) and strip malls that house destination restaurants, the city’s restaurant scene is notably experimental and diverse. Ask locals where to find the best taco truck (or lonchero) in the city, and you’ve struck a match. These mobile microenterprises are a part of the city's lifeblood. With L.A.’s own Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, Jonathan Gold, describing the city as “less of a melting pot—more of a glittering mosaic,” we’re seeing L.A.’s vast palate show up on the plate.