Very, very nice. A little pricy but knew that going in
Amazing as usual. I had a cauliflower soup that was delicious, an amazing scallops and then a HALIBUT perfectly COOKED. Service was just perfect and the wine selection is great we had a bottle of Barolo
Excellent dinner. Fine food and cocktails. Great place for dates.
Great staff. Great food and Great wine cellar ! Great ambience
The food at best was...decent. The atmosphere was a total snoozefest. And food too overpriced for what we got- we didn't see the value in it. Waitress and service was great. Regardless- last time at this joint.
Wonderful meal! Timeless decor and lovely vibe. The service was consistent and friendly. The food was all delicious and perfectly cooked. I had the duck breast and my party had the halibut, steak and the ragu. Will definitely be back again.
The wait staff was personable, patient, knowledgeable and efficient. The food was creatively prepared and delicious.
My fav place.
The food was nicely prepared and presented. I wish there had been more choice in the dishes provided. We were there for a weekday lunch and there were only about 4 or 5 choices. I have always like the food at Lucques, so it was a bit disappointing that there weren't more dishes to select from.
The Sunday suppers at Lucques are a longstanding tradition, and feature a prix fixe menu that naturally limits one’s choices, but is a great value. They offer a terrific wine pairing service as well.
Lovely service was the best part
Impeccable steak and fried oysters
Dessert was lovely
A lovely space and nice staff.
Vastly overrated and overpriced. Appetizers were non-descript (scallop dish was all potatoes and too oily, salad was meager). Entrees were not good (my wife had the short rib, which was mostly fat and gristle (too fatty even for short rib). I had the fish, overcooked and nothing special. Also, the 3.5% charge for employee health care is just plain tacky, especially given the price of the meal, and the reasons posted on their website (we can't make money otherwise) are unpersuasive. 99% of the restaurants in LA can make a profit without charging their customers for health care. If Lucques can't do the same, they should not be in business.
I Love this place. It's one of my "sure thing" restaurants