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disappointing - suzanne goin does a nice job but the rest is not up to par-
This place never disappoints. Always a terrific experience.
A wonderful evening, but Lucques is always wonderful, although this night has a festive quality with everyone in a celebratory mood.
As always Lucques was a great experience. This was my 7th time at their annual Cassoulet night in the last 8 years.
Annual cassoulet night... always amazing. Love this restaurant.
Lucques is my new go to restaurant. Love the special Sunday Suppers. Good value for the money. Love the ambience and the consistently good food and delicious vodka gimlet. Also like the vibe of the other diners. Everyone seems so relaxed and happy. My friends and I always feel relaxed and at home.
Cassoulet Night--always extraordinary. We brought my husband's sister, visiting from New York, with us; she loves Lucques but had never happened to visit us at the right time for Cassoulet Night. What a treat for all of us! The cassoulet seemed even better--and lighter?--than usual (although they swore it was exactly the same recipe); the slab of St. Augur (blue cheese) in the salad was...well, let's just say I'll be tasting it in my dreams for months to come; the crème caramel was perfect.
The food was amazing - this is our third visit and Lucques has been solid every time!!! Cannot recommend this place enough!
We had a lovely lunch in the back room, which is covered but has trees and vines growing! The gnocchi was a standout, lighter and fluffier than any I have ever had. It was nice to have some vegan choices, and the falafel burger was very good as well. they bake their own bread, which is phenomenal. We will be back!
Heaters made it too hot
Disappointing experience from the moment we walked in to the moment we left the restaurant. The hostess had a hostile and unfriendly attitude, we did not feel welcome. The waiter was absent most of the time, and when he did appear at our table, he was disinterested in serving us and seemed checked out. Much too pricey a restaurant for this kind of lackluster experience.
Beautiful outdoor space. Savory salmon lunch. Attentive and friendly service. Quiet enough for a deep conversation. Fairly priced. I'll be back soon
Everything was great except the tables are too close to each other. It’s hard to have a private conversation.
This is a lovely restaurant with wonderful food but our experience this time was marred by sitting next to a table where the gentleman spoke loudly enough we couldn't help hearing the conversation which was all about the woman who left him. The back room is more spaciou and a better spot to dine.
The problem with Lucques is that it is so extraordinary and such a special place I would like to dine there more
Regularly...but then I would be at a loss for the extra-special
Place to celebrate special occasions!
Went last Friday for Valentines day special. Outside of the desert and caviar blinis as starter, food was ok but not at all where it should have been for that price. Service was particularly terrible. For exemple servers thought it could be normal to rush us and push next plate even when previous ones were not done. We took wine pairing and saw the somelier once (out of 6 different wines). All in all it felt that place is running on its reputation and it sounds to me now they don't deserve it. Very disapointed.
Superb as always. It’s our “go to” when we are in Los Angeles
Don't use OpenTable. Can't remove it from internet connection afterward.
Don’t sleep on the Negroni!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
All very delicious but especially the braised short ribs
An excellent meal with the only downside being we were asked to sit on a sofa next to a drafty doorway until our entire party of five assembled. Three of us arrived a couple of minutes before the other two and instead of showing us to our seats, we were told to wait on the couch and once we settled there were hustled to buy drinks. I thought that extremely bad form for a fine, upscale restaurant. The meal itself was exquisite and the waiter was attentive and knowledgable. Curiously, we would have been much more likely to buy a drink while waiting had we been at our table. Balancing a wine glass while sitting on a couch is more of a challenge than having that same glass on a stable table in front of you.
Good food, good vibe, great waiter and somelier.
We always go for our anniversary and love it! We also love the Sunday suppers. Never a bad meal.
Restaurant seemed to be short staffed for lunch.
Great dining experience as usual, although the food was significantly over salted...
Such a gorgeous setting, we had a wonderful server and the food was - as always - incredibly delicious and beautifully presented. It's a special spot and a bit of a treat, but so worth it!
One of my favorite restaurants. I have never been disappointed with the food or the service.
We (party of 4) all had the DineLA special. The starters were a nettles soup (excellent) and a vegetarian carpaccio (mostly white grapefruit), good. The entrees were a chorizo grilled cheese sandwich which was generously sized but quite greasy; and the accompanying salad was so over-salted, none of the four of us could eat it after tasting one bite. We have been to Lucques many times and this was definitely not their best day.
Very good and creative food. Great place to dine. Always enjoy coming to this restaurant.
Great version of Haggis for Robbie Burns day! Thanks
Beautiful patio setting
Great food and service
First table offered for the two of us in an otherwise virtually empty restaurant left something to be desired. We were seated a corner next to group. After asking we were moved to a better, quieter table but with a slight attitude by host. Otherwise food great and our server was delightful.
Although it is not new, in some sense, Lucques is the 'new' Campanile. The atmosphere is the new 'old Hollywood', that is, Hollywood denizens that came up in the 80's and 90's. No, thee atmosphere and food are both on the soothing side, in contrast to, say, Bavel. Lucques can no longer be considered 'cutting edge', which is OK, I would love to afford to be able to eat there weekly.
Everything was delicious except, oddly, the chocolate tart, which tasted like they forgot to add sugar to it?!?
We went for DineLA, and had duck and fish as mains. They were really good, but the way they were served in medium-sized shallow bowls meant that all the elements were mixed together and I couldn't really tell what was what, which I found a little disapointing. I think the place is just a tad too dark. The appetizers and great bread were about the best things.
If I went there again, I would order soup, pears, lamb kibbeh, and maybe suckling pick or short ribs.
Amazing food and service.
What a wonderful way to celebrate a special occasion. We had a superb time and were so pleased to take advantage of the dual DineLA menu on a Sunday evening. Others in our party ordered the roasted beet I had the scallops which were perfect thin slices, tender and flavorful.
Two of us had the duck entree, and one ordered the fish (which I got to sample--delicious). The duck was juicy and practically falling off the bone, the bread pudding, dates and smoked bacon added wonderful accents.
While we enjoyed a small taste of the chocolate truffle tart, the two of us who selected the gingerbread coupe dessert were blown away by the balance of crunchy cookie/spiced pear/tangy cranberry sorbet/creamy egg nog ice cream. Wow!
Friendly and spot on service complemented the delicious food...this is absolutely one of the best DineLA bargains in town!
Delicious dinner and service.
They made all the people who arrived with reservations all wait before seating which was odd.
The Sunday Prix Fixe Menu is a special treat and incredible bargin. The prawns or beef made for delicious choices as the main. Service is very individualized. It's worth getting the wine pairings just to learn the intimate details of each wine accompanying the course. Staff as always in gracious and creates a warm and caring environment in which to dine. We are repeat diners who find it an excellent way to spend Sunday evenings.
The best pear salad I’ve ever had in my life. The apple fritter is closer to a chewy donut but also the best apple and ice cream combo ever. It is a well orchestrated symphony of flavors and textures that makes you want to meet the chef to find out how he figured it all out.