Tres by Jose Andres @ SLS Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel
Weekend brunch features tabletop displays of caviar selections, specialty smoked salmon and inventive egg dishes.
Afternoon tea, served daily, showcases traditional sweet and savory selections paired with a variety of distinctive teas and coffees.
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The food quality is fair. We ordered brunch entree dishes with side. My friend chose chips for the side. We expected homemade chips. Later on, we got a bag of market chips on our table.
A luxury collection hotel services a bad of market chips not even put the chips in a decent bowl or dish?
I would not mind paying more tips for dishwashing fee.
Great food, service and ambiance
It really depends on why you choose Tres. I was looking for a place that was romantic to take my husband to celebrate his birthday. #1 it is WAY too bright. We asked to lower the lighting, though were told they were set the way the restaurant designer had intended? The place was very slow and the service slower, but that was because there was an episode of "Shahs of Los Angeles" filming there in the rear of the restaurant...well that should tell you something too. Our server was very good and apologetic and the food was quite good and tasty. Truthfully, if you don't mind it being bright and there are no filming crews, you might just enjoy it.
Food was wonderful. Ambiance was great. Beautiful setting.
Good location , food is average to good , but for $90 per person they seem very limited on the champagne .. our service was good , but the assistant manager John was rude and unprofessional .. I poured 5 glasses of champagne for our table .. he advised each person had to pour their own .. our waitress brought us two bottles to our table .. we our regular customers but he made are visit less and enjoyable by his lack of knowledge and attitude ...
This place was a joke. It’s bad bar room food. Was there on a Saturday night, 3 people were in the restaurant, for good reason too.
Nice gem of a place, food quality is a bit lower than previous visits
The food was good, the service was excellent. The price was just a bit over priced for what they serve. Overall I enjoyed it. The only thing that really bothered me is that it seems like the restaurant is directly connected to the Hotel, or one of the hotel exits, and the guests are continually walking right through the restaurant, normally I suppose it wouldn't be a problem, only this is listed as an "up scale" restaurant... it definitely is not that. If that is not an issue for you, then enjoy the food, it is very good.
I really wanted to like this place because I loved Bazaar in Las Vagas. However, this place was a HUGE let down as soon as my mom and I got there. The hostess was super rude and inattentive, she was on the phone and never looked up once while I waited there for about 5 minutes to at least acknowledge me. Then after we finally got a table the we tried the three plates and the only good one was the ahí ceviche. Would not recommend at all. No wonder it was empty for the entirety we were there.
Extremely limited buffet for the price of a lavish buffet. Boring food choices of mainly mediocre quality topped with poor service.
My fav pick for lunch - decor doesn't get any trendier, food is perfect. It is quiet during the week for lunch so you can have a conversation and there is always a table available.
Service could not be any worse.
The server is rude. I was talking and she always cut me off!!! Wtf
I love to support José Andres because of all his humanitarian work,so I booked dinner at Terra.
Lovely seating and atmosphere. Very polite server. Food was very good. Overall a lovely experience.
Hard to find because there are 2 restaurants at the same place. I first went into Bazaar next door and was told I had no reservation and was asked to leave by the host as they do not allow walk-ins. When I showed him the open table reservation he said “oh that is our other location, you are at the wrong restauarant”. I had to ask where was the other location, thinking it must be across town and I really messed up. Only then did he tell me that my reservation was for the other restaurant in the same building (about 50 feet away)! He could have been a lot nicer, by just asking at which restaurant was my reservation since I am sure this has happened before. I would give the host at Bazaar 0 stars if I could. My 5 star service review here is for the waiter at Tres, as he was very nice and attentive (and he confirmed that people mix up the two restaurants all the time). Don’t try to make the customers feel stupid for walking into the wrong restaurant when you have two next to each other and neither have obvious signage!
Outstanding brunch. The best in LA
The food was exquisite the service their exceptional I’ve been there two nights back to back if that says anything and will definitely be frequenting this place regularly.
Last time we were there we had a great waiter named Joe. He walked us through the menu and recommended selections he was fantastic! This waiter wanted us to order off the pre-selection was easier for him! When we said no then he told us we needed to order everything and he would send it out in the right order. I also told him of my severe allergy to sesame seeds. We told him we liked steak and he said that this particular type, 40 per ounce, was the best. Ended up being “ham” the mushroom soup had ton of sesame, he took it back and made another but with no pork, then he tells me there was sesame in the pork. I told him I would not have had it had I known that.
Up sold everything and had a could care less attitude. Will only go if Joe is our waiter!
They didn’t call me to tell me the reservation was not confirms, and I had drive 45 mins to get there. They didn’t feel sorry at all.
Food is nicely presented, and delectable. service is top notch. Parking is pricey though even with validation, I think its the price tag in a luxury hotel.
The server and the service TERRIBLE !
It is a LA style restaurant with outstanding food. Chef Jose has supported so many people that we had to make a small repayment to his generosity. Everyone should visit and enjoy his creations at Tres.
Yes but.... I expected something more from the guy who did Bazaar. Tres is more like dining in the lobby of a hotel, with high bar-type tables on one side and couches with too-low tables on the other, and people walking back and forth all the time. Not exactly romantic, for Valentine's Day. The waiter was nice but a bit too scarce. Still, the scallops were fantastic.
Tres is always great for business meal meetings
Amazing food! Great service!
Very weird ambiance upon arrival, it was a Friday night and there were barely any other tables filled at the restaurant. The Dine LA menu was basically the exact same price as the courses priced individually. The only difference was that they give you a glass of cava. Pathetic.
I ordered the short rib with polenta which was tough and fatty, sitting on room temp. stiff polenta. The rest of the food was also very mediocre.
I notified the restaurant twice that we were celebrating a birthday - when I made the reservation and when we arrived yet they did absolutely nothing.
Desserts were just meh, full of gelatin and not tasty.
Overall we were extremely disappointed from the food, the atmosphere, the drinks and just overall experience. We were also rushed to pay and leave by the staff (we had the security guy come clear our dessert plates). Seriously, don't waste your time and money on this place.
Avoid for dinner!! Nothing was prepared correctly, everything was either overcooked or poorly seasoned. Maybe this place is good for brunch, but dinner was an overpriced abomination.
This was the best dinner experience of our lives. The gazpacho, croquetas, the the Iberco pork. The only true spanish food in LA. The most romantic experience. I would reccomend to anyone worthy of this level of class.
Our server was excellent. Wish I remembered his name. Very fun and friendly and super helpful and attentive.
I love this place! The food is really good and the service is impeccable. Really cool and very clean bathrooms too. All in all, I can't wait to get back here. Parking is expensive because it is in a hotel and you pretty much have to valet it and even with validation, it is expensive to park. This is my only complaint. Other than that, keep up the good work!
Attentive service greeted at the door and promptly seated next to a cozy fireplace. The server, John, was personable and attentive without hovering. The food exceeded my expectation.
We ordered numbers of dishes since all of them are small.
Smoked oysters and cotton candy are recommended.
Not a traditional brunch as explained to us — this is a European style brunch so no eggs, no pancakes , and no waffles were included. However, I went for the prime rib which was outstanding, in addition to the side horseradish and salsa verde. The cocktail shrimp, snow crab, smoked salmon, crispy shrimp, and oysters were excellent as well. Even the desserts were pretty much perfect. I enjoyed it very much as I knew what to expect. Although pricey at 62 dollars, I would do this once a year.
Very slow and almost non-existent service. Arrogant host- he is doing you a favor to seat you.
not worth it.
Tres is a fantastic venue for business meetings as well as social get togethers , with the fireplace ambiance, great menu and excellent service
We arrived at 3p for the Thanksgiving brunch which ran until 4pm to find a lackluster buffet.
There was one piece of crab, shrimp with no sauces, and soggy caviar with no crackers or blini.
The roast beef was gone even though there was one more hour left. The dim sum basket only had one dryed out piece.
The service was just as bad. After our server left for break, we had no one. The used plates were left in front of us, no one asked if we needed anything, while at the same time staff was wandering around adjusting forks and knives on empty tables.
The turkey and cranberry sauce was great
Huge disappointment. Will never go again..
Really great food from an amazing chef. We went on a Monday for lunch so essentially had the place to ourselves, which was nice but surprising not to have more attentive service. We waited a lot and were primed to have some cocktails and a lot of food from one of our favorite chefs. Very cool atmosphere. We’re wondering why not more people for being as high quality as we thought. We’d go back, and would recommend to friends, but we would make sure to tell our server next time at the beginning to come back and visit our table often.
Unique and spectacular brunch.
Food was great, service was not
Afternoon tea playfully re-imagined - as with our first visit, both savory and sweet offerings were delicious (and beautifully presented), and the service was outstanding. We'll definitely be going back!