Designer Thomas Schoos created a warm distinctive ambiance while taking advantage of the unique spaces on the property. Each room makes an individual statement retaining the “old world” character of this historic space or capturing a more modern sensibility.View Private Dining Details
Menu has changed and is not as good as it used to be.
Wonderful Sunday roast,
Truly authentic, super tasty and great portions
Thank you for doing it right guys !
Great little spot hidden away. Awesome for a special occasion or date night. Will be going back
Beef Wellington was amazing! It was the third time we’ve eaten there and am amazed how good it is every time. One of the most underrated restaurants in my opinion!
Delicious food, cocktails and wine! excellent service!
I went to the Wilshire Restaurant to celebrate my birthday with friends and it was an excellent dining experience all around....food, service, ambiance! The menu selection was great and the food came out perfectly. Great attention to detail on a fronts. I will definitely go back and highly recommend this spot!
Wilshire used to be my favorite "to go" restaurant, but with the new chef and new management, everything is ruined: The food verges on being inedible. The guanciale that came with scallops was incredibly tough - probably sitting around in a hot oven for days. Service was abominable and slow as a glacier. Drinks took almost 25 minutes to arrive. Check came before desserts came. Wilshire needs to go backot its roots and reestablish itself soon or else it will be a footnite in history.
The food is amazing, and Brendan Collins is my favorite chef in LA. Unfortunately our waiter only came by once to ask for our drink order and once to drop off the check (in which he said nothing and made no eye contact). We actually had to flag down another waitress to put in our food order after 20 minutes of waiting.
I will be back because the place is amazing, but I will try to avoid that server.
We went for the Sunday roast. It consisted of four large slices of roast beef, some roast potatoes, vegetables, cauliflower in cheese sauce, and three Yorkshire puddings! With a side of jus and horseradish. All this for $27. The food was good and there was a tremendous quantity.
They also have the same with roast chicken instead of beef. A great old-fashioned Sunday dinner.
After ordering a drink I was given a wrong cocktail. Isn’t a Grey Goose on the rocks simple enough. Instead of the slice of lime needed to squeeze into the drink, I received merely a peel dropped into the liquid. Our party of four wanted to order a variety of appetizers to share, but the selection was extremely limited, and quite difficult to split. I ordered the short rib as an entree and was extremely disappointed. In fact it was one of the worst dinners ever. We will not be going back!
Presentations were terrific,but overall the flavors could use more salt. Tendency towards sweet rather than savory on some of the things we ordered. Wait staff and hostess were fantastic and ambience can’t be beat.
The Sunday roast is the best in town - the food is fantastic and it's great value for money - Chef Brendan Collins has a great Brit menu that also includes a full English breakfast and fish and chips!
Horrible food. Just horrible. I honestly can't believe that they got all the positive reviews they did. I'm just astounded.
Loved the decor and the food was delicious especially the duck
New menu, food was a wonderful, service was friendly but knew when to let the table socialize.