Everything was excellent. The service, the food (oh, those tiny biscuits with sweet butter), my absolute favorite was the dessert...butterscotch pudding. Creamy pudding with caramel sauce, sliced bananas and creme fraiche ice cream. Perfect treat to end a perfect meal.
the apps and entrees were excellent. Great service & ambience. Come armed with your plastic. La Cachette is a wonderful, classic restaurant with beautifully prepared and presented food. As someone else mentioned, this is not a trendy place, and if you are under the age of 60 you will probably be in the minority. ;) That said, if you want a quiet and romantic dinner or a nice place to celebrate with your family, this is the place to go.
The waitstaff is always friendly and attentive - they keep an eye on your drink and bring out a refill before you even finish your current glass. They also give helpful recommendations when you're not sure of what to order. The place itself is relatively small and cozy, yet fortunately doesn't feel cramped during peak full-house hours.
And the food! It was delicious! Service was excellent -- they knew when exactly to come by and check on us and didn't show one bit of annoyance at us taking our sweet time sipping on espresso, lemonade and good 'ol perrier. It was an honestly ... delightful and refreshing experience.
The eating experience was great and the service was delightful. I would go back again. Music selection was outstanding - right up my alley. Honestly - the restaurant reminded me of a New York spot and I think I have my new favorite destination!
The food here is lovely. It is definitely one of the best Italian restaurants in Los Angeles. It is a very boisterous atmosphere with somewhat brusque service, so not necessarly suitable for a "romantic" evening, but the food is amazing. The pastas are cooked to perfection.
It's tasty, not too expensive, and my order is usually delivered by a cute guy in a matter of minutes. We like to split a 14-inch pizza and one of their yummy salads.
this is a great place to grab lunch because two slices and a drink will cost you about $5 or $6 and that is unheard of nowadays, unless you are cramming oily poisonous McDonalds or Jack in the Box into your gullet in which case I say, don't do that. Think of the transfats you're injecting right into your butt area! Anyhow, there are not a lot of cheaper (TASTY) dining choices nearby where you can just grab something to go - if you don't feel like Hamburger Habit, this is your next best choice.
Botte is a fantastic place with an innovative menu. I will definitely come back again to try other dishes! They even offer a six course seasonal tasting menu. My friends and I were able to leave that night feeling satisfied and ready to dance the night away!
Very relaxing and super-delicious. Decor-wise, Awash is somehere between the totally home-style Nigerian restaurants of Inglewood and the cozy-to-polished Ethiopian places of Fairfax.