Located on the 69th floor of InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown, Dekkadance offers a unique farm-to-fork dining experience featuring globally-inspired entrées as well as fresh market salads, carving stations, seafood, pizzas, assorted breads, spreads and condiments, cheese and charcuterie, house-made desserts, and more.
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Asian female chef at bbq section had bad attitude toward all customers especially against Asian customers.
She should not be working at such high price buffet restaurant.
Good buffet spreads and friendly attentive staff.
Food was good but not outstanding. Service was adaquate but not outstanding.
Good ambience but limited food selections and desserts
Good service and food! Will definitely come back!!
Great View of Downtown LA. Food was not that great. The price was over the top. You are paying for the ambiance only. Service was not really up to par considering it is supposed to be high end dining. A little disappointed.
We enjoyed everything about our lunch here. Food and service were great.
Service was horrible. We were not offered menus: we were expected to eat the buffet even asking for menus and trying to order from the menu so ended up with over priced buffet. Waiter poured a 2nd mimosa without asking and we were charged. Location is the only plus. Would not return or recommend.
Great food and the experience is well worth it I recommend any day go weekends for the super seafood it's much better
Service man at steak and salmon broil area is too mean. He tried to give me just one piece of steak.
He said to my friends that there is amount limitation to serve steak. Is it true?
Food was ok, service outstanding. The raw oysters were past their prime. Took one bite and spit it out. To be fair a bad oyster once made me very ill so I’m hypersensitive about quality and freshness of oysters. It’s a great spot with outstanding views but I’m not sure I would return.
Good for luncheon with great view
Celebrate with my 90 year old mom.
They ran out of Lobster and King Crab legs. So they make you pay a premium price for non premium food. The view is the biggest attraction.
We came here for the king crab legs. But was very disappointed ! They only have snow crab legs. The food was good quality but limited selection. And for the price without the king crab legs it turn out to be very expensive. Plus a $20 tip for 2 person really top it off. So for 2 a total of $160. To me it was very expensive. Drinks are extra charge. So be informed
The food selection was excellent. The service was great and the overall ambiance of the restaurant was very relaxed. The view was awesome and we really enjoyed not being rushed to leave.
Sunday brunch menu is very limited for the price they charge.
Very fresh food lamb scalp amm
We all have wonderful time.
We all have rely Great time.
And a view my favorite place
Overall experience was great, the views were aaaaaamazing. The services was impeccable. Food was ok not what I was expecting but it was not bad either.
Great experience, delicious food & attentive service...
Booked for my 40 th flew all the way in from Australia for it. Dinner booked at 1930pm table not ready till 2030pm and buffet closed a hour later. After all that money the food at buffet was left overs management did not care one bit and the overall service so poor. STAY AWAY and save your money
Might have caught this place on an off night. There wasn't anything decadent about my experience. Checked in at reservation time and still had to wait 30 minutes to be seated. Waited 20 minutes for a drink at the bar while I killed time waiting for my table. Service was poor. Had to stack my plate with food on top of my dirty plates because no one came by to pick up the dirty dishes. Eventually had to result to putting dirty plates and glasses on an empty table along with other guests. Wanted to order a bottle of wine but no one came around to take my order. By the time a waiter showed up, it was less than an hour to close, so we passed on the wine. The line for the grill was long and moved slow. Went to get prime rim around 9pm and all that was left was the well done leathery ends. Lobster and scallops were the highlights of the night. Will not come come back.
Great experience as before Staff is very professional the attention is superb!! The views are Breathtaking!
They changed the way to have a crab from the self serving to request. But now they can make it warm so it is better than having a cold and salty crab before. Overall they still need to have more variety of food because it is buffet!
Food was great. There was an abundance of seafood selection including unlimited lobster tails, lamb chops, shrimps, sea bass, scallops, etc. There were not enough servers/ bussers. We sat down for 20 minutes and no one came to our table. We had to order drinks from the hostess while she said they don’t have the $15 per bottle wines that night which was surprising since later the server said otherwise. The service was recovered when the manager asked about the experience and offered a cake from the kitchen. Overall, the food and drinks were great for the value. Needless to say the city view was impeccable!
Great view. Good service. Great seafood and desserts
Love my experience, good service starting from the valet, hotel staff to the servers, good food, reasonable price and awesome view! I love Dekkadence!
All the food was sitting there for a long time. Everything looks dry
Food was very good, many choices. Seafood was excellent but I found the meats a bit under seasoned. Service was excellent.
Price for dinner is reasonable, but parking ended up costing me $16 even with validation.
The view was amazing...the food, not so much. This buffet was a sad excuse for a Vegas style buffet. Food was cold and variety was scarce. Would not return.
The food tastes fresh, many choices, incredible view. Service was good but usually outlandish.
Recommended only for an amazing view. However for the food and price it is not worth it
DineLA was awesome our server was
Everything was excellent. From the food to the view to the friendly service. Will definitely be going back.
The food was great and the ambience was awesome. Our server was very attentive. There’s not a lot of wine choices but it was a very pleasant experience.
I would love it if it had more Vegan options because this was an amazing buffet but the Vegan options we're few. They did cook me a personally chickpea curry since there wasn't many option. Gluten Free pizza and bread would make this MORE AMAZING too.
The menu said Duck, but they were serving chicken. I am disappointed because I was specifically looking forward to the duck.
The seafood lady was giving a bad attitude whenever I asked her to put another piece of crab/fish/lobster tail on the plate, as if it was coming out of her paycheck.
The seafood team kept giving the wrong cooked food to the wrong patrons. I saw them give my pieces to someone else, and I had to wait longer for them to cook me the correct items I asked for.
I thought the food was overrated compared to expectations. Purported to appear high end, but its just well cooked food.
Desserts were fantastic!!!
The menu for DineLA promised duck and prime rib at the carving station. There was chicken instead of duck. We're not happy about that, at all. The seafood was ok. Some pieces were incredibly salty. The music was terrible. Overall, just ok. We won't be back.
I really wanted this to be amazing. It really was not. Promises of getting my fill of crab, lobster, scallops and freshly grilled beef tenderloin were certainly not met. The only crab available was snow crab which was dunked in hot water to take the chill off. Unfortunately, when you choose to split your crab legs and let them sit in hot water, they become completely tasteless! I honesty have had better at cheap Asian buffets. No king crab, no rock crab claws, no flavor. And all the "grill-to-order" selections were NOT grilled to order. They were precooked in batches and dumped into bins from which they serve from. The beef tenderloin ended up being sliced up well-done piece... nothing resembling "steak." And I was served exactly 2 tiny grilled scallops... one was decent, the other tasted strongly of ammonia. Nothing like the obvious flavor of questionable seafood. Needless to say, I didn't go back for more. The grilled lobster was pretty much the only thing I did get seconds on. They were small but delicious. The cold seafood station consisted of shrimp and raw oysters... 4 platters, 2 of each item. Poor selection. Even the bread station was literally one kind of roll.
For $150+ for two, I was truly hoping it would be amazing. But do yourself a favor and just head out to your local Asian buffet and be better satisfied by paying 1/3 of the price for standard fare. Not much to see here other than the view...
Dekkadance is rated 4.2 stars by 601 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.