Terroni - Beverly
Food and wine is great. Dessert too!
Food was great!
Best, most consistently wonderful Italian food in LA. A bit of a scene at night, but nice energy and everything is yummy. You're never rushed but you're never waiting too long to eat either. Great wine list and sommelier. Highly recommended. I've been going there for almost 10 years and it has never disappointed.
My wife liked our dinner very much. I thought mine was good.
One of out Go To Italian Restaurants ... never dissappointed.
There was a hair in my ragu. It was handled well by the server and taken off the bill but I guess it happens.
Mangiato veramente bene al livello di un ristorante italiano
Velocissimi e preciso nel servizio
I was in a group of 4 and we had to wait at least 10 minutes before our server came to our table. We ordered, and upon ordering the calamari, we were told that it does not come with a tomato sauce for dipping and if we still wanted it... We had already read the menu and could see that it was only served with lemon, so we saw no purpose in the response the server gave us. It sounded kind of negative, really. And of course, we wanted it, and the calamari was fabulous! We also had the Zucchini Blossoms, the Rigatoni, the Gnocchi and a Santo Stefano Pizza. Everything was great except that the Gnocchi was a bit bland in taste; most likely because the ricotta is a bland flavor (of course), but the dish was not seasoned. I definitely would go back, but recommend a tweak in the service. It could have been an off day, but I mention it just in case. Thanks!
Terroni now charges you three dollars for bread never heard of that before also there was a charge of $2.90 called a service charge I don’t know what that is I am not going to go back
Terroni is one of our favorite spots to come for good Italian food in a relaxed atmosphere. Especially because they have a separate vegan menu. Major points for that. However, the last few times we have been the food seems to be getting a bit sloppy which makes us very sad. This past time the pastas were dry, the pizza was “wet” and the salad was missing its crunch (breading). Hopefully this will help pull up their bootstraps cause we want to keep coming back but may need a break for now.
Food is coming out too fast these days and quality has gone down. But it’s always fun and lively
We are Toronto Terroni fans and sad to say not a Terroni LA fan. We were forced to inhale our salads, pizza was immediately served as well as the other main dishes. All of the food was brought before we finished the 1st glass of wine. As the food was shoved in our faces the waiter's sleeve consumed some of my unfinished salad. To make it feel even more like they wanted our table for another party was the fact that 3 times in about 2 minutes wewere asked if we were finished. DISAPPOINTED non-fan.
The restaurant took my reservation we drove 45 min to get there and they were closed.
Terroni is delicious. I brought friends from Greece, who know real Italian food, and they were very impressed. They loved it!
Always a yummy treat! Small space but cute ambiance
They forgot about the birthday. Which sucked. But oh well.
Consistency is the key to excellence! Terroni has been consistently excellent year after year. I love this place and always will!
I love Terroni so much. The food is perfect and not overpriced, and the service is friendly and attentive. I'm from New Jersey and it's the best Italian food I've ever had.
My absolute favorite dish is the lamb ragu capunti. The octopus appetizer was a special, and a favorite at our table. We had excellent service, the waiter was professional. The sommelier was excellent and helped us pick a delicious wine.
Terroni is one of our must stop restaurants while visiting LA.
Great comfort Italian food
We really like this place. Food is always delicious and the menu changes which is great. Always trying new dishes. Wish they would over just plain pizza crust with olive oil as a bread option. It seems so easy but yet they won’t do it. The menu is the menu.
Love Terroni on Beverly. This location is much better than the downtown Terroni. Great pasta, good service and fun atmosphere. It's pretty loud, but typical of most restaurants in LA.
Slow service but good food
Fantastic again!!! This place is always on point. Great fresh food. The main dishes are always changing so you get something different every time. Pizzas and apps stay the same though. Had great spicy Raghu with black truffles super yummy and white fish filet steamed in a paper wrapping. Flavors were big and bold. Very good.
Absolutely fantastic and delicious
Took my team for a lunch and it was great. Server was very nice, food was delicious, and place was nice as well. It was a great experience.
As usual pasta was good. They could broaden their happy hour offerings a little.
gorgeous food and wine, impeccable service, lots of space and cute aesthetic. one of my favorite spots in the whole city 💗
The service was beyond slow. Expect to wait 30-40 minutes from after you order your drink to receive.
So it’s hard to actually review this visit to Terroni. When arriving for our reservation a girl at the front asked how we are doing. We both said we are doing great and the proceeded to let her know we have a reservation for 2. Assuming she was the host since being the only one standing at the front she said with a very annoyed voice, oh I don’t help with that someone else will help you.” So we waited until the next girl came up and she sat us with menus. After having 3 separate servers see us and walk past us, we decided to just get up and sit at the bar. If it was my first time there I would never go back!
After sitting at the bar I went to inform the host that we moved since no server came to us in the 10 minutes that we were sitting at the table. Instead of apologising for a lack of service she just said okay cool, and went back to reading her book.
Luckily, the bartender (male gentleman) was VERY kind, VERY attentive and made our dinner a nicer experience. After working a long day, one doesn’t want to go to a restaurant and be treated with a lack of service or rude service. So I am glad that we got up and went to the bar because he was so attentive.
The service is amazing. The food was decent. I had truffle pasta- it was eh. Bolognese was really good.
Always great! Consistently excellent for years. I never feel like I’m gambling with my money here. It’s always solid, every time. We’ll be back soon!
I was really disappointed overall. My boyfriend and I came here to celebrate our 1 year anniversary. When making the reservation I mentioned it. The waitress was nice but she rushed us through the meal and was fairly robotic just doing what she needed to do in order to get us out and turn the table.
I ordered the seafood pasta. After taking a few bites I decided I wanted to light sprinkle of Parmesan and was told no. I asked why and was told they will not allow Parmesan on pasta dishes with seafood. HUH??? I should be able to do as I please to my dinner dish That I’m paying for.
After dinner there was not even a mention of us celebrating our anniversary by our waitress or anyone else.
It’s ok... next year we will celebrate somewhere else and we certainly will make sure we’re aloud to have Parmesan if we so choose.
I've eaten at this restaurant for years, and it's always been great. This time, the most disfunctional meal I've ever had. It seems the whole wait staff has been hired from Starbucks, and they all have that attitude. I guess when Terroni figures out how to get rid of the pesky customers they'll have a great business model. Millennial heaven. I just have to scratch my head... food usually good though.
Myself and two other friends go there about once a month. The food was good, the sommelier is always outstanding however our table was horrible. We were stuffed into the back corner near the hot sauce shelves where my chair continued to get bumped repeatedly and there was a large party next to us and my sweater got caught on someone’s handbag zipper because we were so close to them which damaged the sweater slightly. I worked in restaurants for along time years ago and don’t like to complain in person but this visit was not my favorite.
Thank you for reaching out and asking~
PRO: Food is outstanding and worth a visit
CON: This is another example of an LA restaurant that believes we as diners are privileged to eat in their establishment so the service has become very passive and almost an afterthought in recent years.
Always fantastic pasta dishes however the sun dried tomato pizza was nasty. Huge cold tough tomatoes. Perhaps they should be minced to make them palatable.
Although the food is always good here, the noise level is so loud one can barely hear the person sitting next to you. Wish they had more outside seating.
Terroni is a ripoff. I was charged without being asked %3.5 for paying to the kitchen staff!!!!??? Seriously????
National pasta day
The food and ambiance was very good. This is an authentic Italian restaurant with fairly simple dishes but well cooked. Unfortunately, an episode early in the evening ruined the dinner. My daughter and I had chosen this restaurant specifically because they have gluten free options and my daughter is gluten intolerant. She was looking forward to having the spaghetti al limone with gluten free pasta. After we ordered it, the waitress informed us that that dish was not available with gluten free pasta because they only had gluten free penne and not spaghetti. Naturally i asked to just make the same sauce and put it on top of the penne but the answer was that the chef “does not allow substitutions of any kind”. The answer did not change after speaking to the manager.
While I understand the rule of no substitutions (though sometimes I find it pretentious and arrogant), in this case it truly did not make sense. We weren’t asking to change the ingredients, but simply to make the same dish with the only gluten free pasta they had. This inflexibility and arrogance and lack of customer service tainted the whole experience, and I will not be returning to this restaurant because of it. A shame really...