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About Ladurée Beverly Hills
French Restaurant & Tea Room
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4713
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday; 8:00 am - 11:30 am; Sunday; 9:00 am - 11:30 am;
Lunch: Daily; 11:30 am - 7:00 pm;
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Ladurée Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
I was so excited to go to this restaurant because I just visited Paris in the fall, unfortunately the service was very slow and the food not as good as I had anticipated. The appetizer was undercooked and my meal didn’t taste very fresh.
Overall, I would hope that they improve on service and maybe change some of the menu options . to a more Perisian style.
Do not bother to make a reservation they will NOT honor it. We drove from OC to BH we ordered our deserts and beverages and take our seating . The manager comes and says you cannot sit here, the seating is for only customers whom make reservations. Mind you the restaurant is more than 50% empty. So he forced us to get up, So I Asked him who do we make a reservation ?
You can make reservations on open table, so whilst in front of him I made a reservation for now , which was confirmed and I showed him and asked to be seated . He then responds we are sold out for the evening , I said what ! He repeated the same I said your diner is empty yes but we are sold out and as he says that 2 more tables are now being vacated . I said again you said to make a reservation with open table which I did in front of you and now you are denying me seating. He then goes onto state we are sold out and OPEN TABLE always over sells our capacity and we cannot honor those reservations. I said Man can you see your diner it’s empty and no one is here, he reply those are all reserved . Then he tells me do you not understand English.
We will never go back .
I advised that is your problem not OPen tables , he argues further not it’s not our problem
It’s open tables problem.
If I had not already paid for the over priced desserts and beverages I would have walked away, we were directed eat our snack standing whilst NO ONE ever came as sat in the back half of the diner.
This manager did a great job of being rude and loosing a customer.
Laduree Beverly Hills needs to up their game if they want to stay in business.
It was empty when I arrived except for one other table. No one greeted me so I finally sat myself at a table. After 5 minutes I got up to get the menu as no one brought one to me. I noticed the waiter was standing outside on the curb with his cell phone for 10 minutes. When I finally ordered it took 20 minutes to arrive during an empty seating. I also had to get up from my table to ask for the check.
No matter how cute Laduree may look, or how good its macaroons, if they don't put their customers high on the scale of service, it will close. Sad but true.
Went there for brunch on Saturday and the restaurant was empty. While i was waiting for my guest to join me, i asked for some water and coffee and was told they didn't have coffee because their coffee machine was broken! When i go out to brunch on the weekend, i want coffee as I'm sure many others do as well. when my friend arrived, we left and went someplace else. They were very apologetic, however, the first time i went there for brunch, they didn't have croissants or jam!!! For such a pretty place and food that is actually pretty good, they sure don't have their act together. this is one of my favorite places in Paris. Unfortunately, the Beverly Hills location doesn't hold a candle!
I took my 6 year old granddaughter to Lasiter for brunch before going to see The Nutcracker. It was one of the best possible choices for a special treat. Walking in to the restaurant, you pass a counter with the most beautiful pastries and macaroons. The decor is very whimsical and the menu had a wide choice of fooods. The manager/Waiter was charming. Everything was delicious. My granddaughter ordered hot chocolate (her favorite). It is super rich and the best that I’ve ever tasted and so rich, my granddaughter couldn’t finish it! Although everyone had more than enough to eat, I’d told my granddaughter she could have dessert. She went to the counter and picked probably the most beautiful pastry she saw. She enjoyed a little bit and was so happy that she could take the rest home. We’ll (or at least I’ll) be back!
We went o celebrate our friend's birthday but need up having Horrible service. Our waiter went on break before our food came out and after that no one checked on our table. We didn't get our drinks, and dessert and had to hunt down the manager to get our bill. When we told him what was going on he just said 'I'll get you your bill' no sympathy or apology was given. Never going back, Ladurée should have stayed in Paris LA is giving it a bad reputation.
The tea was great and the food even better but the main attraction is definitely the desserts. Absolutely delish. Adam was our server and he was amazing and so attentive. We enjoyed some of the foods he suggested and were very happy. This place is a great addition to the area!!!
It is so nice to have a Laduree to go and sit down and enjoy a great breakfast or fine dessert. I have always visited Laduree in NYC and they do have a few tables to have tea but it is a bit cramped. This is lovely, the service is commendable and it was a very enjoyable experience. Try the rose croissant. It's heavenly.
Oh, this little place is so cute and quaint. I took my daughter, aunt, Mom before my daughter's high school graduation. She had the french toast with the raspberry coulli on the side and we had the goat cheese egg white omelettes. Everything was very tasty and came out quickly. The coffee was divine as well. We shared a couple desserts that were just heavenly. They gave my daughter a free macaroon as a congratulations for graduating high school. We had a really nice experience.
We went for mothers day brunch and were greeted with a long stem rose. We have been to Laduree in Paris and were excited to find this location in Beverly Hills. It is very small with seating for 35, tables seat 2. The portion size for breakfast was small and add ons such as bacon was a bit pricey at $6 for a tiny serving. The food was quite tasty, the staff were all French (and English) speaking and so pleasant. The desserts including macarons did not disappoint. I would go back for coffee, tea or luscious hot chocolat and dessert but not a meal since the small entree left me a little hungry.
Have been wanting to try this restaurant for a couple of years now and finally my best friend and I went on a little vacation in LA. I was so happy to learn that Laduree opened there last year. So we did a little trek and tried it. It was what I thought it would be! The macarons were amazing! The only downside is the service. We were there for 2 hours. They were not even busy but they were nice. It's not a place to go if you're in a hurry or on a schedule. Thank goodness we had the whole afternoon which no plan and just walk around rodeo drive.
They didn't have what we were ordering. Their salmon is very dry. The only thing I would go there for is the service. The French server was such a delight. He felt really sorry that they ran out everything that we tried to order. Cheese plate wasn't good for the Price. Steak was so so for the price. I only love the foie gras.
Had friend visiting LA. We have dined at the Laduree in Paris and NYC. I was debating whether to visit BH or Grove locations of much anticipated Laduree in LA. As we were spending day in BH, chose this location. The decor is pretty. The food was very good - we both ordered the salmon with grilled vegetables. There are some items on menu that are exclusive to LA.
The service was chaotic. I understand this restaurant has not been open long - however, there is no real place to check in when one has reservations - not even sure who to check in with.
When one walks in past all the gorgeous pastries and macarons (and all the people purchasing pastries), there is a register. I found a very nice young man, in a suit, figuring he might be who we should be checking in with. They are not lacking in the number of servers - it just seems very unorganized. We very quickly figured out who was the manager. Our server was very nice but obviously very stressed and he made comment alluding to such. It seemed like everyone was doing everything - taking orders, busing tables, bringing drinks and food, including the owner/ manager and young men in suits. Our main disappointment was that my friend is celiac and needs to be gluten free.
They have a lovely gf macaron dessert which she orders in NYC. She placed the order, the waiter came back and said it had sold out and offered her macarons. What my friend had noticed was that there was a large party next to us, who had placed their dessert order after us, but they got her last macaron dessert. Then she did not even get her macarons until the manager came over to ask if everything was ok? we explained she had not got her dessert, by then I had long finished my ice cream. He brought over some macarons ( not the flavors she had asked our waiter for ) but they were comped. After talking to a friend who works in one of the local shops, he said The Grove location has upstairs and outdoors -next time!
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