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Presided over by always-dressed-to-impress Nancy Silverton, Osteria Mozza goes from strength to strength. From exquisite handmade pastas to grilled beef tagliata to Pastry Chef Dahlia Narvaez’s rosemary olive oil cakes. Osteria Mozza’s is a menu Angelenos can recite by heart: the greatest hits. The all-Italian wine list continues the tradition by offering bottlings from the country's finest producers with a focus on Piedmont, Friuli and Tuscany.
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potato, celery, green onion and lemon
Crispy Duck Confit
with sautéed Brussels Sprouts and pear mostarda
Tagliatelle with Oxtail Ragu
They had us wait a full hour to be seated for our reservation. Also they seated more than two different couples, who arrived much later than we did, ahead of our three top at 4 seat tables instead of seating us. The literal worst experience I have ever had being seated at any restaurant by a mile. The food did not come close to making up for it.
Hay que visitarlo vale la pena
Great food, wonderful service. Can’t wait to go back
This place makes me question what Michelin stands for. I’ve lived in Los Angeles for 5 years and NYC 4 years before that where eating out is a hobby. I’m die hard for finding that good good food. This place has been hyped up since I’ve been in LA. Saw the chefs table episode on Nancy and was even more curious. I’ll keep it short:
Restaurant layout / vibe was cool.
Waiter was socially off putting and rushed through every moment where he interacted with us. It kind of felt like he wanted to get his shift done and clock out. I think despite where you’re getting food, you’d hope to not have this kind of interaction with someone, but I would have thought it to be least likely had at a Michelin Star restaurant.
Food was just confusing. I was ready to be MIND BLOWN but every plate was disappointing and had us saying, “There’s way better this or that at other restaurants in LA that cost 1/3 of the price, aren’t Michelin, and overall a better vibe.” Examples in the Italian realm being, Felix, Barrique, Scopa, Alimento.
I hear Michelin stars are hard to keep. I would hope this place gets a kick in the butt to LEVEL IT UP.
With belly love,
Osteria Mozza is the ultimate experience - beautiful presentation, gourmet combinations, fantastic service.
Mozza has done an incredible adaptation in the pandemic. It's got great ambience all things considered and the food is still perfect.
We sat in the "piazza" outside and it was beautiful. The food was perfect as always but the new outside area makes the experience even better. I'm hoping they'll be allowed to continue to seat diners out there post-pandemic as it was a magical evening.
I wasn’t blown away by the food and the portions are tiny. We left hungry and ended up ordering a pizza.
Delicious food and excellent service.
The pasta dishes are exceptional but every else is underwhelming.
Food and service were incredible. The grilled bread and buratta were amazing.
We visited LA and, being fans of Italian food and Michelin stars, made a special trip to eat at Osteria Mozza. We elected to eat outside-which was a patio you access by walking around the building though an alley where the valet operates and into a hidden courtyard. Our table was right in the middle. The decor was modest, but fun.
We tried a lot of different things. The highlights were the grilled beef tagliata and chocolate torta. The beef was perfectly cooked, tender and complimented by a drizzle of reduced balsamic vinegar. The torta had a delicious, crisp, chocolate base and a rich, creamy topping. The richness of the torta was well balanced by a generous dollop of creme fraiche.
We were less impressed with the burrata dish and the two pasta dishes. The Ricotta Cavatelli needed more lemon and the cacio e pepe needed more cheese. The flavors could have been more powerful.
Overall a good meal. We’re interested in trying the affiliated pizza place next door.
I think the quality has gone down. For appetizer the octopus was good but the oxtail ragu was way too salty. All together very average.
Outstanding food and service. One of the best dining experiences I’ve ever had. Will recommend to everyone and anyone
The food and service were excellent!
Backyard patio setup is great. Food is always great!
A great place to end the quarantine. They followed all the rules and the food and service was superb!
Simply one of the best places in LA. Elyssa is wonderful
Early Mother’s Day celeb!!
Food was spectacular. Service was outstanding. Host who lead us to the table was not very nice but otherwise a perfect experience
The waiter who helped us, not sure of her name, but it was on sat. 24 at 530 outside on the balcony was the best. Her personality was 10/10 especially when she understood we had never been to a fine dining restaurant especially one like Osteria Mozza. We were also joined by Patty and gave us an amazing lesson in drinking whiskey. I appreciated all of their recommendations and how helpful they were in understanding what we should order for food/drink. They were the best, you guys are the best. Twas also mine and my gf's anniversary and they gave use little candles. Simply awe struck, amazing, and satisfying service.
Perfect. Beautiful interior and the food is AWESOME
Best food and service in LA! Can’t wait to be comfortable dining indoors again, but they’re doing a beautiful job outside.
Great food - over about 10 dishes, 3 were a bit weak, but the rest were outstanding. The pasta with oxtail is worth a mention, as is the confit. Dont skip dessert. Service is great, and the room is covid-quiet.
On the downside, it's insanely expensive - and $14 for a valet on top! (Are they parking cars at a 4 star hotel?)
Definitely worth a visit - but while the food is great, it doesnt quite justify the price or a quick return. Hoping Animal reopens soon....
Always a pleasure to go back to Mozza. So glad it has re-opened and I plan to go back more and more.!!
Fantastic, great simple food done well. Get multiple dishes and share for the maximum experience.
Was amazing! Think the the wine guy was annoyed with our lack of communication on the type of wine we like/wanted, but we aren't good at explaining wine. Didn't go to school for wine, but love good wine. The place is wonderful and food is amazing. Def suggest going;)
Came in to celebrate a Birthday with my husband, We didn’t love the fresh mozzarella unfortunately, the cheese taste & consistency was more ricotta and bland. We loved the two pastas dishes we had and the wines were excellent, our favorite part of the meal was dessert!
Beautiful interior but over all not blown away with any crazy good flavors overall.
I have been looking forward to going to this restaurant for several years now and decided to finally go on my 60th birthday as a treat. The good thing is it was far less expensive than I had imagined even though my glass of wine was $25.
My waitress was very perky and helpful, However in the end her suggestions were not. I should’ve followed my own thoughts and hopefully had a better experience overall.
Things were over salted and besides the starter of grilled octopus and and egg stuffed pasta the rest was quite unpleasant. I will not be returning.
Overall the pasta at Osteria Mozza was delicious. Keep in mind the portions are not entree portions and you will be spending $30 on 4 pieces of ravioli. Keep in mind, this restaurant is not a value play whatsoever. The pasta was amazing--but be prepared to order 3-4 dishes so you don't leave the restaurant hungry. Once we sat down our drinks came out within 10 minutes but our salad and mozz didn't arrive until 40 minutes after being seated. It was not super busy and we sat outside on the patio. Tables that were sat after us received their food before we did--probably because they purchased a bottle of wine.
We went for my wife's birthday and it was fantastic!
The best food in los angeles, superb setting, and professional staff that go out of their way to make your meal special.
We were seated in the private dining room, not the main dining room, which took away from the ambiance and experience.
Staff did not even say happy birthday to her who is now 88. Patio was located in a dark unlit alleyway 50 feet from the entrance and was not accessible to bathroom. Server was self interested and complained about having to fetch a lemon cut in half. Spent most of the time at one specific adjacent table laughing and chatting. Tried indoors where the food and service are better, but attendant refused to admit us, said our reservation at 9 pm was for outdoors in a dark and dangerous alleyway. It was a birthday celebration.
Some dishes were wonderful (particularly the pastas). Others (duck and orata) were mediocre. Service was rushed. Dessert was inedible. We sent it back. Have been going here for years; really wanted it to be good. Not sure if I’ll go back again soon given this experience.
Celebrated a birthday here with family for dinner. Our waiter was very helpful in guiding us through the menu with a host of suggestions. The food was outstanding and the cocktails were very refreshing.
Every dish was amazing. Best meal I've had in LA in years.
Delicious food, great service, wonderful setting, fantastic experience.
Another exquisite meal here. Fish was overdone at the edges, but everything else was sublime. Still missing Nancy's bread assortment, but happy to have resumed dining AT a restaurant!
Mozza was one of the best Italian restaurants I have ever eaten in--and that is saying something after having lived in Italy for a time. Wonderful fresh food, great service all around amazing experience.
You can order delivery directly from Osteria Mozza using the Order Online button. Osteria Mozza also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (323) 297-0100.
Osteria Mozza is rated 4.7 stars by 5220 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.