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Dekkadance, located on the 69th floor, offers a unique farm-to-fork international marketplace. An eclectic dining experience featuring interactive cooking stations where guests can consult the chefs and watch their selection being prepared; Mediterranean style pizzas, paninis and an exciting array of desserts, Dekkadance offers dishes designed to tempt any palate.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Hours of Operation:
Limited A La Carte Breakfast Menu: 6:30am-11:30am
Breakfast Buffet: 7am-10am ($29 per person)
Lunch Buffet: 11:30am-2pm ($35 per person)
Limited A La Carte Lunch Menu: 2pm-3pm
Limited Menu & Bar Available: 3pm-5:30pm
Limited A La Carte Dinner Menu: 5:30pm-10pm
Dinner Buffet: 5:30pm-10pm ($65 per person)
Saturday & Sunday: 6:30am-10pm
Weekend Breakfast Buffet:
7am-10am ($29 per person)
Sparkling Weekend Brunch Buffet:
11am-2pm ($75 per person)
includes brunch buffet, sparkling wine,
sparkling wine mimosas & sparkling wine Bellini’s
Limited A La Carte Lunch Menu: 2pm-3pm
Limited Menu & Bar Available: 3pm-5:30pm
7th & Figueroa Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Dekkadance Ratings and Reviews
Actually it's my second time.
I visited last time at dinner time and the second time I visited this morning.
Well, now that I think about it, the meals were not that bad.
But! The waitress was so rude and the service was absolutely terrible!
(His name is RAY? I saw the name of the waitress on the receipt.)
He NEVER so much as smiled and to him i say "Thank you", he kept his mouth and he just looked at me. I am very disgusted at his behavior.
All the other waitresses seemed friendly, but our waitress was terrible.
I'm certainly never going there again!!
I got charged the wrong price!!!!!!!!!!!! On the website of open table, it says that the price per adult for the Christmas dinner was $85 but I got charged $95 per person with 4 people !! I would not have gone if it was this expensive! Buffet range is also very minimal! How does a buffet not have fruit?????????????
It was fantastic Christmas Eve breakfast buffet.
The L.A. view was scenic from the 71st floor; breathtaking...
The breakfast was just excellent with attentive service.
They offered great coffee, the variety of French pastries, seasonal fruits and assorted cheese, omelet station, other hot breakfast items, breakfast pizza, rice, miso soup, oatmeal and fixings and more... A great place for families celebrating a special occasion or just because...
This is our second weekend brunch. We came just after the opening before. We felt food is free-fall since. No more lobster at weekend brunch and fruits ran out at the juice bar around 1:30 pm much less selection. We may come back here for the view but not for food.
We were there at lunch. The buffet is confusing and congested. During lunch, they still have breakfast rolls and breads. They need more lunch selections. They ran out of the cakes and pies really early and all that was left where the little individual items. They weren't making any specialty grill items. I made my reservations weeks in advance for a group of 9 - they did not seat us together, we were at adjacent but separate tables. The seating was weird. The management seemed confused. The waiter was very nice. They seem to argue about things, such as closing the drape because the sun was directly on our table and it was very warm. They just don't seem to get "customer service", to be honest. I want to like the experience much more than I did.
Loved the view and the greeting for host staff and concierge. Our server could have used some of their joy and positive attitudes. We did the lunch brunch but felt rushed because of the time. Open Table didn’t explain the brunch and hours. If given the right amount of time you could really make the most of the everyday brunch buffet. Don’t ask to pack anything to go when you leave (even though they wastefully throw everything away). My major disappointment was in that and the attitude of my server. The food and all other associates were awesome.
Came here for my birthday dinner with family and friends on 12/3/2017. We had a party of 10.
First thing we noticed was that they had already COMPLETELY ran out of King Crab legs. Everything else was there: Shrimp, Mussels, Small stone Crab legs. It was only 7:15 PM when this happened...that's prime dinner time, mind you. Strike 1.
So I proceeded to ask for seafood since they still had plenty of shrimp left. After receiving my plate of seafood, I noticed there was one strand of CURLY BODY HAIR on one of the shrimp. I quickly picked it out and threw it away and didn't tell any of my family and friends because I didn't want to ruin everyone's appetite. Strike 2.
Just to back track a little bit...Upon our arrival before dinner, we had asked the servers to keep our ice cream birthday cake in their kitchen freezer. When we finished dinner, it's dessert time. When the server brought our cake out and opened the box... what's the worst thing that could happen? Of course. A semi-melted, watery, depressing ice cream cake. Mind you, this cake had my baby picture on it and I couldn't even recognize my own face on it. STRIKE 3.
YOOOOOOOOOOOU'RE OUT, DEKKANCE!
To make matter worse, they ran out most of their desserts and wouldn't cook anymore new ones at around 8:25 even though they close at 9.
It's a SHAME that this place is undeniably full of potential but yet they couldn't deliver an acceptable service. I can tell they are trying hard to go above and beyond for their patrons but the staff seem to be inexperienced and helpless. Even when I asked the chef who was serving the seafood at the seafood bar was in disbelief himself knowing that they ran out of food at a dinner time.
I highly suggest the staff of Dekkance to re-imagine their business model and service because if this is the way they're running things on the 69th floor of this gorgeous new hotel, Dekkance will never live up to its name.
Missed opportunity! Such a disappointment. All the reviews I read and photos I saw did not truly reflect the sub-par quality of food, service and readiness. Only 1 server for more than 10 tables. Did not see the server for about 13 minutes since sitting down. The stations were not ready by lunch started at 11:30am. Custom pasta station was set up, but the chef refused orders. Yet, he was preparing for some of the customers. Not sure if they were a la carte menu customers. Food choices were also poor. The Biltmore lunch buffet is far better in options, quality and service, not to mention the pricing. Our party agreed that we would not return. PS. I confirmed they had the "birthday" celebration info at the time of check in. Our server had no idea. Not ready for business!
It was my dad's birthday and there were 6 people in our group. I felt very uncomfortable asking for the king crab legs. The server behind the glass corner was very rude and I felt he didn't want to serve me the crab legs. He was giving dirty looks when I asked for the second plate. There were not diversity in food selections but the view of the 69th floor was spectacular.
I took my girlfriend here for a special occasion. I should have checked what time they closed. I made a reservation for 8:30pm and by time we were seated with drinks, we had 15 mins to get food from the buffet. The idea was good, but if you’ve ever eaten the last 15 mins of a buffet you know the food is about 2 stars worst than usual.
The food would have been 4/5 stars but for us it was about a 2/5. The view, presentation, and wait staff were worth the $200 we ended up spending on buffet and drinks but the food was nowhere near that. I could have gone to Sugarfish and been twice as full with a chef’s choice omakase and made it out for cheaper.
All in all, this is mostly open tables fault for allowing a reservation to a buffet restaurant to happen 30 mins before it closes. What a shame!
View was amazing but that's it. Food was carb heavy--50% of the buffet was bread and pizza. All the salads were boring and similar. Seafood options were limited. Server was intrusive! We (group of 5 friends who hadn't seen each other in awhile) tried to have a conversation, but the server asked us 3 or 4 times if we needed a second drink. I regret coming here and spending nearly $100 with dinner (ordered a glass of Rose with my meal).
The variety of selection in the buffet was excellent! The staff was really pleasant and helpful. The restaurant was fairly full. But, the noise level wasn’t distracting. We could easily hear each other at our table. Outside, there was some kind of marine layer or fog. So the view was a bit limited. Nevertheless, still impressive. The ambiance is clean and contemporary. The food is excellent and the fresh seafood is especially a winner! Much thanks for a wonderful Sunday brunch!
Decided to choose this venue for party of six with family. No where on open table or yelp officially states buffets expires at 9pm where they shuts down. For obvious reasons as the reservation was allowed at 8:30, one would reasonably assume you’re free to enjoy the buffet till approx 10:30. Unfortunately, we were not seated till 9pm and immediately informed that the buffet ends at 9! So as an “exception” we’re permitted to have 15 minutes to grab our food like we’re in a cafeteria. One of the team members who assumes as a manager mentioned to give discounted price, however ends her shift right after, and of course the next individual and every other server does not recognize this promise and we end up paying the full price.
This restaurant is a wreck, ran by a bunch of armatures who knows 0 about service and hospitality. Never recommends to anyone, unless you hate them and they deserve to be treated poorly.
Everything is good. Michael spoiled us a lot , brought food to our table and very friendly. All the staff are friendly and patient , i was late for our reservation and they were accomodating. Food are quality, better than cafe sierra, universal studio and not to forget the spectacular view.
We went here for a weekday lunch. The buffet offerings are limited, but I believe there are still more options than at the buffet at the Omni or at the Bonaventure. Many of the savory items were a bit dried out or overcooked. Nothing was bad, but nothing, except the dessert, was amazing. The best part of my lunch was, hands down, the desserts! The dessert choices were wide ranging, and mostly everythig was delicious and not overly sweet. The only subpar dessert was the creme brulee as it did not have the sugar crust and was a bit too thick.
The atmosphere is nice, and the views are expansive. If you want to check it out, you should do so for dinner or weekend brunch.
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