Noe at the Omni Los Angeles
In the heart of the downtown Los Angeles cultural district, Noé Restaurant is steps away from the Los Angeles Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall, Ahmanson Theatre, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Redcat, MOCA and The Broad.
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I enjoyed the overall experience at Noe. I would recommend it to my friends and family and will not hesitate to go back there again
I thought that the restaurant was on the top of the Omni but it was on the third floor. It did not have a city-wide view but the restaurant had a great garden and outside area to look out at so there was no problem. Nice and bright space.
We could talk and understand each other. The noise did not bounce all over.
The food was excellent especially the ahi starter. The service was excellent too. It was our anniversary and they presented us with a glass of champagne each.
After dinner, we went outside to the seating area with the firepits and comfortable chairs and sofas and continued to enjoy the night.
Very nice evening.
Lovely romantic spot
Drinks were good but overpriced. Steaks were over cooked, seafood was salty and over cooked, service was good, hmm, I would not recommend this to my friends and family.
Calamari appetizers were the only good thing. Entrees were not good. No flavor. Meat was tough and fatty risotto smelled fishy. Ordered rib eye and salmon. Desert was pudding in a drinking glass with a flower garnish. I expected way more for the price. Not a bargain and just not good. Plus had to pay 15 +tip to park just to dine. Nope... there is way better places to eat. Will not be back.
Took my husband for a pre fatherds day dinner, we loved it! He loved his dish, our waiter Jose was outstanding! Nice place especially the outside patio very nice!
Great service and delicious food
Classic LA Hotel dining. Quiet, good food, thoughtful and diverse menu. Excellent tastes all around...from the PEI Mussels to the Lamb Chops to the Roasted Asparagus and Mashed Potatoes. The Chopin Martini's were excellent as well.
Outdoor seating at night is romantic and energized by the DTLA skyscrapers on Bunker Hill.
Service was very good.
Very nice atmosphere and ambiance. I was not expecting to hear someone play the piano and it went great during our dinner. The menu was wonderful and the service was exceptional. Food came out fast and our server Jose was wonderful and attentive.
Ordered the filet medium. When it came out server stated that due to lighting it may appear to be more done . It appeared to be more on the well done side. I do not like to send food back but guess I should have. After I started eating the same server served filet and rib eye to 3 other tables, all send it back. What is wrong here? I will not come back. Server (female) appear to be in a hurry... dropped off appetizer, entrees etc and left...she did t seem to care
Decent food for the price. Good service. Ambiance was a little noisy for me. Good experience over all.
Our lamb chops were not seasoned enough -- really needed some salt the gentleman in our group had to get up from the table and ask a busboy for the condiments. That was
our one complaint; otherwise it was a pleasant experience.
Service was great. Our waitress kept checking up on us often. The filet was perfectly cooked as I asked for it to be medium. The glasses of wine were a bit pricey but overall a great experience.
Great food and service!! Wonderful restaurant.
This place is great. I had the Rib-eye and my wife had the seafood platter. The food was great. The setting was very nice and although it was a full-house with the lighting and sound it was almost private. For drinks I had a tequila old-fashion (a must try for tequila drinkers). To finish things off we had the olive oil cake. Think of CPK’s butter cake but not as sweet but still very good.
I will return again
Nice ambience the food was amazing the service was good but they took over 30 min to give us our drinks after asking for our drinks several times
Very nice restaurant and the ambiance is amazing, but the food was very salty no flavor and under cooked. The price is not worth the food that is served that I had.
This was a Groupon deal that we decided to try for our anniversary. Boy am I glad I didn't have to pay full price!
While the ambience was nice, the service and the food left a lot to be desired. Our waiter was good but wasn't too attentive. Maybe they were short staffed. Anyway, the food was decent but nothing extraordinary. I ordered the filet mignon and my husband ordered the rib eye. Other than the consistency of the meat, they tasted exactly the same. Same seasoning, same sauce. The potatoes au gratin that came with my meal was bland. His mashed potatoes tasted like it came from a box.
Now dessert, don't even get me started! We ordered the olive oil cake. I was so excited to try as I have had it elsewhere and loved it! Aa soon as they put the dessert plate in front of us, I can tell that it was nowhere near what an olive oil cake should be! It looked AND tasted like a pound cake you would get at a grocery store! Heck, Sara Lee pund cakes tasted better! The ice cream or gelato that was served with it tastes like sunblock and the blueberry compote definitely came from a can. Food = 6, Service = 5, Dessert = 2, Ambiance = 8. Maybe we came on a bad day but I'm not coming back to find out if I was wrong.
The ambience and the wait staff were amazing the food however was not. It was bland. I read other reviews saying the steak was unseasoned so I requested it be seasoned well. It was bland. We celebrated a birthday and they were very accommodating.
first time at NOÈ and great food and drinks
pics are a little misleading. tables looked like more of banquet hall setting. wish we were asked the option for an outside table since those looked way better than the "Paris" room. overall the food was good. nothing amazing and they should put salt on the table since some things are bland.
Great experience all around 👍
I hardly ever write reviews, but the Omni deserves one and unfortunately it is not good.
While the food was OK and service well meaning and pleasant, it was ambiance that prompts me to write.
As we passed through the lobby and bar area to reach the dinning room, it seemed that the hotel was in need of renovation. It had a dated look. The bar area was chummy and intimate, and the live piano player set the upbeat mood for the area.
The dinning room had zero ambiance, even though the setting with windows looking out to the city skyline was terrific. The room itself was very tired and in desperate need of a face lift.
My date's chair had a torn seat. INEXCUSABLE!
The table setting was sparce and uninviting. A little glass vase with some flowers would have done wonders.
Chairs in the dinning room were mismatched, using banquet stackable chairs to fill in. Yuk. The other chairs, probably the same when the hotel opened, and fallen apart over the years, need to be updated.
Ceiling lights had burned out.
Better maintenance, a little investment in new matching chairs, flowers on the table would be a low buget way to go. If you want to do it right, then call in a designer who works in the hospitality industry. There are a number of terrific ones in L.A. They could also help with a facelift for the lobby.
Hopefully these comments are helpful. DTLA is becoming more competitive in the hospitality industry. You might want to check out your competition.
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Ambience and service was excellent. Had a Groupon deal that was a great value. Tuna Tar Tar and Salmon with seafood risotto were excellent. Ribeye was a little overcooked and lacked seasoning, but it was big.
Food, service, and atmosphere were perfect for dinner with someone special
The food and service were great! My husband and I were celebrating our 25th anniversary and we had an amazing time! We will definitely return!
Everything was perfect. The hostess VJ was very professional and made my wife and I very comfortable. Our wait staff (Augustine) was very helpful with our order and attentive to our needs.
Great spot by the museums tucked into the hotel. The food was good, we had the Ahi Tuna, French Onion Soup and Rib Eye. No complaints, soup was very good.
I was a bit upset of the sashimi. They said they sourced the fish the day before but it was not fresh. There was only one type of fish (cheapest one that is sold frozen) and so the $18 or so seemed way over-priced.
Terrible Service. We had to go get the waiter to order drinks, then again for appetizers, then again for food, then again for the check. Waiter did not pay attention to our table at all and seemed annoyed when we asked to order. Food is overpriced, average, and the ambiance is not that great. We were but outside in a corner where it was freezing and dark. Would not recommend this place and will not be returning. Not worth the groupon money.
Excellent food.Good service, friendly and presice,
We had a delightful evening at Noe. This is a great place for a couple. It was quiet and intimate and the food was excellent.
Solid food at reasonable prices. Great service made it a very good experience. Easy walk to Disney Hall makes it a good pick before seeing a show.
Good food and drink is to be found in beautiful downtown Los Angeles. Though the real star of the show here is their excellent piano lounge !
Excellent Lamb Chops and charred asparagus. The lemon olive oil cake is so good.
The king salmon with risotto was delicious. My husband loved the ahi.
Service was very good but the food was average.
My husband's and son's main dish was very good. Mine had too many mussels, only 2 shrimp and scallop