Spago - Beverly Hills
Book your next event with us
Its a good place to have a meal with family or friends, but if you go for some creative food i dont think spago is a good choice
40th wedding anniversary
Always a pleasure dining at Spago :) Love the food, service was ok, but that was Valentine's weekend lots of guests.
Bad service, I had to ask I severel times for some missing items from the order. Some items were served less than warm (salmon pizza). Wrong description in the menu for items( chocolate soufflé wasn’t chocolate, it had a semi melted chocolate that was very hard to pour on the soufflé) and it didn’t taste good. (By the way the best chocolate soufflé I have had was in Spago, in Indian Wells.)
Perfect as always!
Meh for what it is
AMAZING wine collection! The food ALWAYS come out perfect each time. And had the most pleasure to share a glass of wine with Wolfgang Puck himself ❤️
Everything was wonderful- everyone was welcoming and delightful. Can’t wait to return.
Food was mediocre at best. Service was decent. Ambiance was nice.
The experience was and is always wonderful!
Beautiful restaurant in Beverly Hills, loved the decor and ambience and the food didn't disappoint. The wine we chose was unavailable but our wait person organised a higher valued substitute for the same price. All in all a beautiful last night in Beverly Hill, LA we will definitely be back.
Tasting menu. Too long between each dish.
The two first dish were good & after it was in the average.
The waiter announced 155$ per menu and we noticed it was 180.
Not a good experience. We won t be back
Food and service are always exceptional at Spago. I have never had a bad experience there. Jidori chucken always a good bet, along with the exceptional pastas. This time we tried the veal - it was amazing. And a meal at Spago is never complete without the schnitte for dessert - if you are full, just ask for a half portion and it will be just right to split.
Honestly, it was an underwhelming experience. I’ve only heard good things about this place so we were super excited. Cousin was in town and it was a friend’s birthday, so we decided to try it out!
First, we had a res at 6pm (30 mins after open) but still got seated 20 mins later to a table without place settings.
Next, when they poured water in our cups, it was more like they were throwing it in there, as if they were trying to jam the water into our cups and made quite a mess :/
The bread came out and it was pretty good. Not sure if it was supposed to be cold, but I thought a place like Spago would have at least warmed up the mini baguettes and ciabatta at least a little bit. But nevertheless, I enjoyed them, along with the seed bread thing and the sauce that came with all this. However, when they were cleaning this up, the servers did not seem to know how to use the little mini blade things well and couldn’t get the crumbs off the table. He ended up bringing a napkin to cover that area of the table -_- Felt kind of weird.
Next up—the appetizers. We shared the diver scallops and hamachi with SB uni. These were pretty delicious. We were happy and hopeful things were turning around.
Then we got our entrees. My girl and I got the veal chop. I thought it was pretty good. But sadly the area around the bone was dark red rare. This is usually my favorite part :(
Cousin got some kind of stuffed truffle pasta. It had a rich sweet filling. This was also pretty bomb-diggity, but it was a little too rich and couldn’t finish a full plate of it. Birthday boy had overcooked pork chop.
Oh and some of the steak knives were dull. When we asked for new knives, they were still not even better than the butter knife. Only mine was sharp so I ended up sharing mine.
For it being Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant with 2 Michelin stars and raving reviews, it fell far below our expectations. We were extremely disappointed with the service and overall experience.
I still miss the old Spago on Sunset. The Spago on Canon is quite different. lt's a more formal, but still the same great ambiance and the food is just as excellent. The one thing that's much better with the Spago on Canon, an 8:00 reservation, means 8:00. The old Spago on Sunset, if you had a reservation, it meant nothing unless you were an "A-lister." It wasn't unusual that an 8:00 reservation got you seated after 11:00, with no apology. Also, in the old Spago there was nowhere to wait for your table and a very tiny bar at the front door. Not the case with the Spago on Canon, there's a decent sized bar and room to wait. Anyway, certainly on the pricey side, but worth it if you can afford it. A great spot for a special evening in L.A.
Amazing as always and the service by Jason and the team was excellent! For twenty-five years, Spago has always made my dining experience great!
Great experience. Food was excellent.
Cocktails were flavorful, tartare was on point, truffle pizza was simple and on point, risotto was good as was the tagliatelle. While the flavors were simple and clean, I felt like I wanted a little more distinction and pop when it comes to taste. While good, this place is definitely suited for the more subdued palette.
We were very disappointed. We were waited over 45 minutes for our table. The salad was terrible and not eaten. The portions were very small and the staff dismissive. Not a great experience for the terribly expensive price.
Spago is my favorite restaurant to go to pick me in Los Angeles.
Great food! Great ambiance and great service! We always order the smoked salmon pizza to start with , the jidori chicken and the Kaisersmarren for dessert.
It's simply the best restaurant anywhere. Worth every penny.
Spago is my wife‘s and my favorite restaurant in the world. We have had so many special dates here and this last time we got to see our friend and say hello to Wolfgang himself. He truly makes you feel like family when you’re there. Cannot recommend treating yourself here enough!