6602 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038
- 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- Mon - Fri
- 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
- 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Fine Dining, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Above Average
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I remember eating the best slice of pizza I ever had in my life: it was the most delicious combination of Italian cheese on a thin pie with Tuscan prosciutto so cooked to the point, that it simply melted away on my tongue. Sadly this was not here but in Florence, Italy. This place here is somewhat overrated and does not make up to the hype... <a href="http://www.dhakamagazine.com/" target="_blank">I am totally agree with this post writter</a>
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Went here on Sunday night. I had a high expectation about this place but I was not impressed. Yes, the food was good but felt it was over-priced. I've tried popular restaurants that are owned by celebrity chefs but I always feel that because of that, all these restaurants are over-priced for the quality of food. I also did not like the wine list; way too over-priced. The cheapest bottle of wine was $35 and it tasted like $5 bottle of wine from grocery store. Oh, and they charge you $6 for tap water!!
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This was our last try.... never again. We were in a group of 6 and all through the evening the waiters, bus boys, don't know, they all came around pouring water. UNLABELED BOTTLES AND WITH NO CAP ON. WONDER WHERE THEY WERE FILLED UP. We never paid attention, we were never asked if we wanted more bottled water, but they kept pouring and pouring. Water costed us $80.00. I believe this is called ""stealing"". I'm not even sure if bottles were emptied when they removed them from the table. We could have ordered few more bottles of wine had we known that they kept opening new water bottles. We only realized when we got our very expensive check that it wasn't tap water they were pouring. We were there before and wanted to give it another try, very disappointing. Food is way too expensive, portions are very very small, and the food, well, sucked. Did not like it at all. Don't believe the hype: It's overrated.
I didn't have any problem with service like most of reviews I read here and which it was impeccable, we arrived at 7:15 for our reservation and sitting at the table at 7:16, our waiter was professional and friendly, also spoke Italian which it's a plus for me since it's my main language. What is the non sense here is that the food is not impressive especially for the money, this place is ridiculously expensive and even a simple dish like "" Penne al Ragu' "" that they call ""Garganelli"" but in reality are the classic Penne Rigate that you can find at any grocerie's store, it isn't that great, also I was told that their Mozzarella bar it supposed to have fresh mozzarella's delivered freshly every day from Italy with special cargoes and that's why we go there and spend tons of money to have this impeccable selection of cheeses, but the truth is that are ALL cheeses from the most common factories in California and other US states......only one from Puglia ( which it's not the most famous place for mozzarella in Italy) and they were sold out anyway . In any case and most IMPORTANTLY...the portions!!! I mean when we saw the amount of food in the middle of the plates we just started to laugh, because we thought that to have a decent meal here we would need to go get a loan......my kids were constantly asking for bread which it's not a good quality anyway,to fill them self up, or we would need to spend about 90 dollars to have 2 decent dishes of simple pasta. ....other dishes weren't any better or at least to say, yes I'm paying all this money but this is really food from heaven....we skipped the dessert which that's really miserable as well over there and headed for a good friend of mine's restaurant to get some satisfaction.
Dining at Osteria Slowza is a painful all night event. Writing this and reflecting upon how much my party just sat there waiting, I realize we could have made it through the entire first part of ""The Godfather"". The highlights: over 45 minutes waiting for our table after our reservation time, 30 minutes for our appetizers to come out, 30 minutes waiting to get a refill from a bottle of wine that we purchased and refills on water, over 30 minutes for our second course to arrive, 30 minutes to clear our plates, 30 minutes to order dessert....you get the picture. \r \r I am so embarrassed by touting this place to my family, I am embarrassed to have brought my mom here on her 60th birthday, but not as embarrassed as Batali and Silverton should be for having their names associated with such abominably slow service. I eat at good restaurants all the time but I've never witnessed more incompetently slow service. It was honestly, mind-blowingly, slower than concrete drying. \r \r To be fair the food was decent and our server was a nice guy. However, it's hard to justify spending that much money when a restaurant completely loses the ability to keep track of everything. And the ice-queen blonde hostess at the front desk was quite frankly a b*tch. She practically flung my wife's leftovers at her when were leaving and sneered at me when I asked if she needed to mark our valet ticket that we ate there. If her friendliness is proportional to her skirt length, the world would be a much more pleasant place if she wore a hijab. \r \r I will not come back here, I cannot recommend this place to anyone, while the food was good, I've completely run out of patience for the utter incompetence in their execution of service. On balance, I think I'd have rather paid Batali $400 to kick me in the balls than have to endure all that waiting again. And to top it all off they still don't have the butterscotch budino on the menu. \r
I have been reading how good this place was for the past 12 month's... My wife was able to secure a reservation (she called 30 days in advance) for my birthday. I was excited but waiting for a month seemed little ridicules. Well.... This is one of the few places I went to that did not disappoint. We had 2 pasta dishes and shared a sea bass and it was awesome. Sommelier recommended a Pinot Noir that was simply the best wine I had in a long time. This place is expensive but worth every penny..plus, you may run into to a star or two.
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I went to Mozza with 3 girlfriends last night. I've been here before and love the food. We enjoyed all our meals, but the service was ridiculously slow and it seemed like there were no adults in charge of making sure things hummed along. The waitress disappeared for long periods, to the point where we actually wondered if she had given up on our table. When we tried to get our bill from her, we stared at her back for 20 minutes hoping she'd see us, but she never turned around and we only watched her disappear again. Our water glasses were only refilled when we asked (and found someone). But, the worst part of the service was asking the sommelier for a simple and quick recommendation. He was visably annoyed at our simple question of what would be a good, but reasonably priced red wine. We weren't intimidated by his attitude because we are experienced diners; however, we had never seen anything like it: he was so arrogant and ridiculous that we all just laughed.
I had a friend in from out of state & wanted a true LA experience, so, I wanted to take her to a celebrity chef restaurant. This was an experience, as well as food that was to die for. The staff never made you feel rushed at all, even though we were there for almost 3 hours, they made excellent recommendations. We had the butternut squash ravioli, and braised beef w/polenta that fell off the bone. Even the cocktails were delicious. I will be returning for seconds, and mark this as a go to spot for visiting friends.
We arrived for our reservation and were told we'd have to wait. We were not allowed to wait at the bar because there was a 'bar waiting list' Once we were seated it took nearly half an hour before we saw a waitress - and only then because we asked the hostess to send one over. Our waitress was neither helpful nor present most of the evening. The special request I had made when I called in the reservation never materialized. The food was amazing - but I was very embarrassed in bring high level VIPs here - I've had better service at. mcDonalds. I don't expect perfection but when I'm dropping $600-$800 for dinner I expect better than this
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