Ambience was very good. Background music so good that 3 out 4 in our party wanted to get up and dance. The service and food 4 out 5.
Everyone’s biggest complaint were the overpriced menu items. I mean really $55 for a burger?
In spite of the many truly good features mentioned in the beginning, ultimately the exorbitant Menu prices give this establishment a big thumbs down.
Food was good. Select items were too spicy. Geared more toward adult pallet, not much for kids. Desserts were all good.
Techno music was TOO LOUD and obnoxious!
Hoping they work out kinks.
Our meals were delicious. The renovations to the Osher space are lovely and welcoming. As a party of 5 we enjoyed the pulled beef, short ribs , sea bass & rib eye . We enjoyed the cauliflower & sweet potato appetizers We dine out for a nice/finer meal at least once a week but the price point here is exceedingly high precluding us from dining here routinely. $125/person for a weekday dinner is excessive. We look forward to returning but sadly not as often as we would like. In addition an 8% administrative fee is added to the bill with virtually no explanation. How can we possibly offer the server 20% above that? We truly want Mamilla to survive as we appreciate the finer dining & hope some adjustments will be made.
We thought the price was high for the amount of food offered but everything else was excellent.
ok first thing is the food was really good and creative. but there were things i had to mention. they served what was called a hamburger (really pulled beef) on a bun with 5 potato chips. that is just too skimpy on the side dish. And when someone asked for ketchup, they were told the chef does not allow it. That is just nuts. Some people just love ketchup and saying no to ketchup is rude and pretentious.
the 8% surcharge is too untasteful. it borders on obnoxious. Especially since the prices are literally 80% higher than any other comparable restaurant. I paid it but was not happy to have done so. so leaving a bad taste in my mouth after such a good meal is just not an outcome i think is sensible.
Excellent addition to Los Angeles kosher scene. Great service, food was delicious, tables are not too close together, and inviting ambiance.
We had cauliflower appetizer, heirloom tomato salad which was gently and tasty and sweet potato which was wonderful, white fish fillet which was superbly done and halva chocolate desert which was ok. In general desert menu is always a weak spot in kosher establishments and would be great to see if Mamilla can change that.
We will definitely be back.
The Ambiance is great and the staff are wonderful. The moment I walked in the host greeted me warmly and immediately showed me to my table. The food took a bit of time to arrive but when it did it was very tasty. While waiting for the food to arrive they had given us a fresh bread roll with a diverse array of Mediterranean dips and complimentary tuna tartare. The tables are spaced out so you’re not rubbing shoulders with your neighbors and the decor was beautiful. I would recommend this place and would come again!