Pot at the Line Hotel
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We showed up to our reservation, all excited to try the restaurant we'd heard so much about, only to find it NO LONGER EXISTS!! Was very disheartening as it was a date night Saturday night and we were unable to get another last minute res anywhere we wanted to go. A very disappointing experience all around, from OpenTable who gave us no warning, to the LINE hotel who were alternatingly confused and unhelpful.
The food was ok, maybe not worth the price. The service was very very slow. We had finished all of our first courses before our drinks ever arrived. After we ordered it was hard to track down our server. It was fun to try, but I'm not sure I'd go back. So many other great places in that neighborhood.
Horribly overpriced and nothing special. If you want Korean food, there are plenty of cheaper and more authentic options in the area. Vegetable pancakes were incredibly greasy. Old school pot was decent but laughably small quantity. Watermelon "salad" was okay. Bill came out to be approx $85 after tip. Stick to Roy Choi's kogi tacos, his restaurants seem to be mediocre.
It was okay... the food was decent but not extraordinary. A lot of the dishes are spicy and if that's not your thing, don't go. The uni rice was the best thing we ordered. The old school pot was really pricy for a pot of noodles and beef. Not worth it.
fun and innovative, but not reliable as to when dishes would be served.
Good food awful service Maybe because it was Saturday night.Liked the Line hotel though
There were four of us and a tremendous difference of opinion about what everyone liked. We were not unanimous about any single dish, but each of us found at least one or two we were really happy with. The vegetable pancake, croaker and duck confit fried rice usually had 3 out of 4 fans. The Knock G had 2 fans and the Vegan Hot Pot was just not that great...maybe because we didn't want too much spice.
The service was poor. Very friendly but sloppy. And they seemed understaffed.
My first time at POT was an overall fun experience. I'd have to go back one or two more times to be able to write a thorough review. The food was different, interesting and creative. But the price points seemed a bit much for certain items. I ordered the fixed menu which included three courses for $30-- much more reasonable than ordering the items separately. Our reservations were for 5:15pm and two out of the four of us were there by 5pm. We had the whole place to ourselves before the Friday night dinner crowd started to arrive. The service was OK during certain moments and incredibly slow at others. The music selection was awesome and a good fit for the theme/ambiance of the place. The dining room itself felt a bit claustrophobic because of the dim lighting and no windows. The food and overall dining experience was enjoyable and I'd go back to try it again.
Music too loud, people had so screamed to get heard.
Difficult for a dinner.
Good service amazing food and drinks awesome atmosphere
The food and service was great. My only complaint (more like a comment) would be that the music was just a tad too loud. Just a notch lower and it would have been perfect. I had to talk a little louder than I normally would for an early dinner with a friend. Thank you.
Steam room.. I dream about this dish. Melt in your mouth steamed pork belly, steamed kimchee, and steamed tofu.
The food at Pot is phenomenal. The service is terrible. With all of the great restaurants in LA, I'm not sure the food overcomes the lack of service. We sat at our table for ten minutes before anyone approached us even for a drink order. When we finally did get order food some time later, our first course arrived but not our drinks. Our waiter did not return to our table during the meal. We did not get refills on our drinks, nor did not get the side dishes that came with our pot dish. I had to ask a different server to get us our bill. There were three of us, and we watched as our server was very attentive to the group of 7 next to our table, but he could not be bothered to stop at our table. Our food was brought out by different people, but never our server. I did tell him when the bill was brought that we had not gotten all of our food, and that we would have liked to have more cocktails with our meal. He blamed the kitchen. There was no manager coming around to check on things. Overall a disappointing meal.
Kimch fried rice is not to be missed.
Really fun place with interesting food and great service. Chicken wings were amazing and the kimchee fried rice is a must to try.
Had the dineLA menu and then shared the Oxtail main with friends. Very tasty. Early seatings highly recommended as the night rush gets busy with hotel guests and others. Three in the party, almost sprung for a bowl cocktail but the pitcher option was proper enough. Really appreciate the throwback 90's R & B selection as the in-house audio.
Went here for restaurant week. It was nothing special, the food was just ok.