Restaurant at the Getty Center
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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff temperature check required
Getty Cobb Salad
romaine and raddichio, mary's chicken, rosemary pecans, bay blue cheese nueske bacon, dried cranberries, creamy apple cider dressing
mustard cream, black tuscan kale with sour fresno chilies, weiser farms potatoes
Steelhead Ocean Trout
castelvetrano olive relish, county line farms vegetables
Loved it. Our out of town friends were so happy with it.
Don't know why in all the years they've been open that I never ate there. Civilized and charming. I do think until we're over all the Covid variations they should space out a couple of the two-tops.....One four top next to two two-tops next to another four-top is a bit close....just pull out one of the two-tops until later....
We had a delicious lunch at the Getty, which has long been a favorite. However, one of our dishes was missing a dressing. When we informed our server, he told us we were imagining it. We were very surprized to be treated this way.
Menu dissapointing. Not the same menu previously obtained on the internet day prior to our visit? Very few selections - different and fewer than internet menu. Our group of 4 sent back all our meals. Scrambled eggs on lunch menu? Runny, tiny portion, and unedible. Pasta dish tasted like it had gravel in it and could not eat it although normally love pasta dishes. We kept and paid for the Gaspacho, although no one was very positive about it - not like any gespacho we have enjoyed elsewhere.
Menu needs more choices - chicken, beef, and fish with more salad choices and possibly hot soup option - with less "presentation" and more substance - would be preferred. The bread was good.
Place is very attractive and tables nicely spaced and appointed. Service also very good, but food the problem with lack of choice and quality, we all agreed food was way overpriced for what was served.
Know they only have recently re-opened. We visit the Getty with friends and out of town visitors often, and hope that restaurant food will become worthy of the beautiful setting. Could not now recommend to anyone.
We decided to visit the Getty while visiting the area and decided to also dine at the restaurant. We were so happy it was open again. The view was amazing- very peaceful and beautiful. The food was delicious. The cobb salad was one of the best I have had and the rest of our meal was on point. Service was excellent- I would dine there again!
My absolute favorite place. You can never go wrong.
Great food and excellent service!
Had outdoor seat overlooking city absolutely gorgeous day. I had the Cobb salad - it was delicious. My husband had the trout - also delicious. And dessert was super yummy. Such a pleasant setting and experience.
First time back in town in a few years, had to stop by here. Amazing as always!
The gazpacho was terrific as was the albacore sashimi. So glad you are back in business!
Very limited menu but quite innovative. Poke was an excellent choice, fresh and flavorful, served with seaweed and rice. Dessert sampler was a great choice. A very pleasant experience.
Made reservations online for party of four. Arrived at 1:30 and sat immediately. Waiter at table within minutes and helpful with drink order. Spectacular view from surrounding windows. Very relaxing atmosphere and Attentive staff- we’ll return for sure.
We had a great experience having lunch in the restaurant of the Getty! Great hospitality. We shared some of their very nice dishes, and some glasses of a good local Californian wine. Beautiful, light restaurant space with a panoramic view. Good table linnen, etc. Very professional and friendly service. A restaurant to go back to!
The Getty Center Restaurant is a wonderful place to have lunch. The view is outstanding, and the food is wonderful (the starters are particularly good). The service is smooth; servers are knowledgeable. It's a very nice part of a day at the museum.
Everything on the menu sounded delicious - and they now have vegan options which they didn't the last time we ate here. However, the number of options is much smaller than before the COVID-19 shutdown. We're just grateful that they're open now and look forward to an expanded menu when it is possible for them.
What is not to like? Is there a better view in LA? Limited menu (lunch), but everything was very good. Price is a little high, but not out of line for the location at a major event.
A beautiful, elegant setting, fine service, excellent food.
wow, probably the best jidori chicken i’ve ever had. complements to the chef. great service, amazing view and ambiance, great service as well. highly recommended!
Wonderful food. Venue and view were spectacular. Service was friendly and attentive. The lunch made my day at The Getty a great experience.
I love eating at the Getty Restaurant. The food is always great and the wait staff is lovely. The view over Los Angeles is also wonderful. It makes for a relaxing break from looking at wonderful art.
Food was excellent and service attentive. We dined here last week in the midst of the current virus situation, (the day before the museum was to close), and were surprised that all the diners (there were at the height of lunch time only 15) were all seated next to each other, and not spaced out in the large dining area. That went along with limited safety measures, such as not enough sanitizer stations in general at the museum, though they limited the number of people on the trams.
It was a delightful lunch. The restaurant always makes a visit to the Getty even more special.
I ordered the Cobb Salad, and puked it up hours after eating it.
I ate nothing before I went to lunch on Sunday at the Getty
I’m 100% positive it was that salad that killed me.
No one else was sick but me I think it was the blue cheese but I can’t be sure.
I’ve been in a coma for the last 16 hours and I just woke up to wrote this sad review
As always, it was a wonderful experience. Our waiter Regis was also very attentive and wonderful. Thanks again looking forward to the next time
Great service, great food, great views.
We were leery as vegetarians but loved the choices. The artist Alexis Smith is promently
displayed, but we didn't realize who it was until we were ready to leave. The restaurant should promote this treasure trove.
I made a reservation a week in advance and requested a window table. When we arrived all the window tables were taken.
Ridiculous. I was entertaining out of town guests and we were all disappointed that this simple request could not be honored.
We had a table right next to the window and the view was amazing. I did the price fixed menu that was based on Michelangelo. The food was yummy and very artfully presented. The others in my party ordered off the menu. One got the short rib and one got the chicken breast--both were very happy with their meals.
Scallops, trout, pasta—well prepared.
The food is fine but nothing special. I probably would only bring someone after being at the museum or sitting by the window. Otherwise, it is like any high-priced restaurant. My salmon was good but the garlic potatoes were too salty. I thought the dish included mushrooms but none present.
Elegant dining overlooking the city; interesting menu, especially the chef's special; wine pairings perfect; walking through the uncrowded museum after dark -- priceless.
Lovely service and great view!
Was highly impressed! Beautiful window views from the hills, very fresh and beautifully presented food. Will definitely come again!
Enjoying lunch with a girlfriend
Food was excellent, blackened scallops were cooked perfectly, cobb salad and Mary's chicken also got rave reviews from the table.
The vegetables (potatoes) were under cooked. Small portions.
The Restaurant at the Getty Museum is very much intertwined with the museum crowds. Table turn around is swift and the luncheon menu was yeoman in scope, nothing as original or as creative as the arts held by The Getty. But a nice place to ponder with a glass of Sancerre and look out at the spectacular hills from large panoramic windows.
It was our first visit to The Getty. We were a party of 3 and all ordered vegetarian dishes. The view is beautiful, the servers were nice, the food was OK. This restaurant could be fine as a special place for a lunch meeting or something. If you're like us and visiting the Getty for the first time you'd probably be better off picking something up at the cafe instead and picnicking outside, enjoying the gorgeous weather/views.
The setting is fabulous. Unfortunately, the restaurant does not live up to the setting. The food is mediocre and there really isn’t any service. My soup had no flavor, and the biscuits and gravy had virtually no gravy. The chilaquiles were almost inedible. When we wanted anything, we had to flag people down.
To make matters worse, we were sat near a traffic area where every employee who approached it screamed “corner!” before rounding the corner.
It was impossible to enjoy a meal at this restaurant. We were really looking forward to a nice experience, but were very disappointed.
A great restaurant for a nice quiet and classy evening meal. The value of food and ambiance for the price is unbeatable. Reservations are highly suggested for the best experience.
Restaurant at the Getty Center is rated 4.6 stars by 4215 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.