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Французская, Средиземноморская, Подходит для вегетарианцев
ЗакрытОткроется в 18:00
$$$$ Стоимость на одного гостя $50-75
8164 W 3rd St, Лос-Анджелес
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В этом ресторане стоит попробовать блюда французской и средиземноморской кухонь. Возьмите изумительное каре ягненка, стейк из филе и сибас гриль. Постоянные гости отмечают, что в The Little Door готовят неплохой чизкейк с маракуйей, лимонный пирог и шоколадный торт. Если верить посетителям, здесь хороший портвейн, мартини и пиво. Многие клиенты заказывают хороший мятный чай, марокканский чай или шоколадный фраппе.

В этом месте можно насладиться живой музыкой. Большинство гостей отмечают, что персонал в этом заведении квалифицированный. По словам клиентов, сервис восхитительный. Посетители этого ресторана говорят, что цены тут привлекательные. По отзывам посетителей, в The Little Door превосходный интерьер и приятная атмосфера. Агентство Frommer's присудило этому месту 2 звезды.

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Look for the lit valet stand outside to find this place. You literally walk through a little wooden door once you get out. The experience didn't start off too well. I arrived 30 mins prior to our reservation, and checked in with the host who told me to get a few drinks ($16 each cocktail) at the bar and they would come get me when the table was ready. As 33 minutes went by and I watched several people come in, check in, and get seated, I walked to the host to ask if our table was ready. She must have been day dreaming and said "oh yes"... So in other words, she forgot I had been waiting. I was sat at a table and was shoulder to shoulder with couples on either side of me. The waiter was really friendly and very attentive. I went with the chicken for the main and while the sauce that it was sitting in made the chicken taste great, the tenderness of the chicken was a little odd. It was a tiny bit tough? Overall the dinner was ok, and the apple dessert was also ok, nothing extraordinary. My only other gripe was the bathroom situation. There were about 50 people eating, and one women's restroom was available along with one unisex restroom. So there is a line to use it. So a few drinks, a few main plates, and a few desserts. Roughly $235. Not saying it was an insane amount of money, but the food wasn't up to par for t
Small door, big ambience. A romantic place for a special occasion or just a place to hide away from the craziness of Hollywood for a while. The prices are very high but we came to the conclusion that they were worth it. The lamb I had was just perfection.
The atmosphere of the Little Door has got to be one of the most romantic dinnertime settings you can find in an LA restaurant. After emerging into the restaurant through the two blue "little doors" at the entrance, It almost feels like you're outside again, as the ceiling is covered with brush and vines, and the cozy, candlelit atmosphere is reminiscent of old world Europe. By my table, there was even a charming old piano and accordion laid out just for decoration! The theme of the menu is mostly French, though there are heavy influences from Morocco and across the Mediterranean too! The one menu item that simply cannot be missed is the "Little Door Mezze Royale." I'm a big fan of mezze in general, but even I haven't seen anything quite like this! This huge platter (more than enough for sharing) came with no less than a dozen different items, all laid out beautifully and artistically! Where can I start? There was a round of crumbly goat cheese over sliced beets, hummus, tzatziki, Merguez (spicy lamb sausage over caramelized onions), Moroccan salads (including ones made from shredded carrots, cauliflower, cabbage), grilled scallops, couscous, cucumber salad, tabbouleh, and a bit unexpectedly--spicy tuna tartare! There was also a separate basket that came with toast, wheat pita, a thin flatbread (like lavash), spanakopita (with LOTS of spinach), kibbeh, and falafel (a bit on the dry side). It was hard to pick any favorites, as this dish was all about amalgamation of all the different colors, flavors, and influences from all over the Mediterranean (and beyond)!   And then came the main courses! I tried two of their popular dishes--the Grilled Marinated Mediterranean White Sea Bass and the Rack of Lamb. The skin-on sea bass was served over braised kale and other vegetables, potato puree, and a saffron espelette sauce. While the dish was decent, I found it a bit on the bland side, and the crispy skin of the fish fillet definitely still had a few scales left on it. Between the entrees, I preferred the rack of lamb, which came with three chops that were cooked to a perfect medium and served with lentils, crispy polenta cakes, and vegetables. The pistachio-crusted lamb was so tender and had a deep, gamey flavor, accentuated by the wine sauce that was drizzled all over the plate! This being said, the entrees were definitely expensive for what they were and probably not the highlight of the meal. After the entrees, we were poured cups of sweet Moroccan mint tea before moving on to dessert! Our choices were the molten chocolate cake and the creme brulee, but our waiter also gave us a free plate of the apple tarte tatin! Each of these was on the sweet side so I could only have a bite, but the apple tarte tatin was definitely the most interesting--it was made of surprisingly large chunks of apple that had been cooked down to a soft texture, and the chunks held together in a sliceable tart shape! This is the place to come for a special occasion or romantic evening--our French-speaking waiter was extremely welcoming and hospitable, and while the prices were relatively high, the seasonal ingredients, the lovely atmosphere, and "fusion" take on French-Mediterranean cuisine made for a great experience!
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Адрес
8164 W 3rd St, Лос-Анджелес, Калифорния, США
Особенности
Возможна оплата картами Веранда Еда на вынос Бронирование столиков Парковка Доступ для кресел-каталок Нет Wi-Fi Нет ТВ
Режим работы
ПонедельникПн 18:00-00:00
ВторникВт 18:00-00:00
СредаСр 18:00-00:30
ЧетвергЧт 18:00-00:30
ПятницаПт 18:00-01:30
СубботаСб 18:00-01:30
ВоскресеньеВс 18:00-00:00
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