What a joke, I was so excited to eat at this new restrauant and I am so sad they do not have it together. -no bread-tiny portions-unprofessional staff-poor menu selectionafter sending back our meal, no one was concerned, no one came over to ask why?I will be very surprised if this place stays open. They tried, but not together enough for our dining excursions.
They say you should never try a restaurant its first 30 days. Or is it 90 days? (Not sure how they stay open if everyone avoids them for three months.) We had a similar unfortunate experience when Asia Los Feliz first opened. Hard to convince us to go back. - AVN
I think they were under a bit of pressure to reopen quickly. LA County requires recertification for any restaurant closed longer than 30 days, which turns into a very long and expensive process. I've been in twice, with the same waiter (who was hired from the old restaurant when it closed): he was great, and so were my meals. The first time I was there, I saw Bubbles from The Wire. On my second visit, I saw Nancy Silverton there, so that's a good sign it's going to be around for a while (the last time I kept running into her at a restaurant, it was the Hungry Cat in Hollywood, and they're doing great business). Maybe you should try again?
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