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Excellent Indian food. Best I've tried in Los Angeles.
I've never actually been inside as I've had it delivered, this gets it that extra 5th star. Any place that delivers food this good rocks.
The prices are a little bit more reasonable than other indian places considering how large the portions are.
I get the samosas, garlic naan, veggie bryani, chicken tikka masala.
Wow. That's pretty much all I can get out at the moment.
I've been a long time customer of the counter for the past two years.
But they just lost this customer today.
The staff here has made a major attitude shift in the past few years.
Today we were seated, our orders came out long over due and over 15 minutes apart and incorrect.
The staff that seats everyone stood over us like hawks and literally plucked food right from under us as we were eating.
This was all in their effort to get us out of their as quickly as possible.
And the final straw the manager asked us to leave because we had no food in front of us and were finishing a conversation.
His reason was people were waiting for a table for 15-20 minutes. Completely untrue.
This is the first time I've literally been 'kicked out' of a restaurant.
The counter is not worth this type of customer service. Go else where to get your burger on.
Besides isn't the resounding opinion when you leave this place, it was better in my mind than in reality?
Absolutely ridiculous, good luck to you guys and your expanding and now crumbling subpar burger empire.
Alright, I didn't quite know what to expect with this place but what a wonderful surprise.
It's very close to my home just down the street so we decided to cruise up.
I love that this little place has valet parking!
The food was amazing
We had the jerk pork and jerk chicken. The pork seemed a little spicier and heavy in the sauce than the chicken. So I think chicken is the best way to go.
We also shared a pitcher of sangria which was excellent.
I think I like this place alot because I see it as having great potential for a fun laid back dinner with friends.
The prices were a little high per plate. But its tough to get jerk chicken right, and since they did, well I'm willing to shell out the dough.
Visited here last Sunday around 1pm. I was pleasantly surprised to not find the place crowded and was promptly seated.
Parking in the back rocks
Food was excellent. I had the silverlake salad (?) it had walnuts, goat cheese and grapes with spinach, yum! Also had the delicious mac and cheese which was also excellent. more like a pasta dish than overly cheesy.
They lose me a bit with not having any splenda for coffee. I know I should start packing it in my purse!
The chicken soup a friend had was a very good too.
Nothing crazy delicious but reminds me of this place in DC when I used to live there called the Diner. It's a great standby for when you just don't know what you want!
Truly the best gelato I've had in LA. It's not quite italy, but it sure is close.
Located on Sunset in Silverlake this place really is awesome. I've been here a few times. The staff is extremely friendly and willing ot pass out samples. In particular the owner is super nice. She's always making excellent suggestions and making people feel welcome.
I hope her business continue to do well cause she seems pretty cool.
The hazelnut and mascarpone together is an awesome combination. If they have it available try it!
But the best part of this place is we just don't know what's going to be available till we get there, it's always a treat!
You have gotten me through many a meal quandry. When nothing else seems to be appetizing you arise from the ashes of the crappy westside food and say, come eat in my booths and drink my beer of the month special for only $1.75.
And I say, yes Wahoo's I will do that, and in fact I'll have my usual...nachos, maui bowl, beer of the month.
And I'll be oh so happy because really you can do nothing wrong. You even yell thank you and goodbye as I leave!
Okay, I'll start this review by saying that I'm petitioning to get the 1st handed to me instead of one of the two ahead.
Father's office is officially open. And what a wonderful change from the original.
I have to say the free parking and the much more ample space make this a home run. Soo much better than the other location. Same great atmosphere, same great beer, same great food. But I have to say a cooler and younger crowd.
The heaters on the patio make all the difference. Food was a little slow but the anticpation of trying to hunt down a table suppressed any anger over that.
I still think that there system of ordering food and scoping a table is going to be a problem as this place gets crazy.
Also I can't believe I saw so many grown ass people waiting in line outside.
All in all a great addition to the culver city bar scene.
Woo hoo Father's office! Now give me lots of props so i can get my 1st 1st!!!
Ahh finally I've checked out Osteria La Buca. It's been teasing me every time I drive by on Melrose. Since we live right around the corner we finally made the treck inside after work on a Friday.
Though we didn't have a reservation the hostess didn't make us feel like assholes as so many LA establishments like to do. We took a spot up at the bar and were served rather attentively by the nice young kid behind it.
The salads are a little too big to be just a dinner salad, so be warned. I ordered the mozzarella salad and couldn't get through a third of it. Best to split a salad or appetizer.
The house bread is awesome, and I love that they give you a little bit of pomodoro sauce to dip into.
The hubby had Tagliatelle Bolognese which was delicious. I had our waiter's suggestion and took the ravioli with pesto. The pesto was so fresh it was incredible. For any D.C. peeps out there, this reminded me of Pasta Mia in Adams Morgan, except at Pasta Mia grandma literally makes the pasta and comes out and serves you.
I wasn't a fan of the two glasses of wine we had. Might have just been a wrong choice. They did however have Birra Morreti on tap which was wonderful.
For desert a little bit of homemade tiramisu and we were out.
Love this place will be coming back again and again.
Had a great lunch at the back bar of Duke's. I don't think I would have enjoyed the main dining room nearly as much. Loved having a few drinks chilling and looking at the beautiful view. Food was good. We shared the coconut shrimp and fish and chips.
Definitely makes you feel miles away from LA. I think I'll have to come here more often for a 'mini vacation'!
Really great lunch or dinner spot. Amazing bang for your buck. A complete meal for under $10.
The broth and noodles are excellent. Metered street parking if you are lucky.
Bearded Papa's or pinkberry for desert.
Pretty much all around a good place to stop!
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