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Mirabelle Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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This place has closed or relocated. Not true?
8768 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90069
8768 Sunset BlvdUSCALos Angeles90069
(310) 659-6022mirabelleonsunset.com
$$Seafood Restaurant, Californian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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People talk about ahi tuna tartar, happy hour, french onion soup, crab bisque and the hummus
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Mimi Nguyen
reviewed 4 years ago
very cozy and consistent, though the bar area and dining room feel like two completely different places - i much prefer the bar, which has a french bistro feel and same menu as the formal dining room. the fish and pastas are fresh and delicious, and the service always very attentive!
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William Reardon
reviewed 3 years ago
A little pricey for what you get, but great service & good food.
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
Mirabelle is NOT closed. It reopened last night May 10 after being closed for a couple of weeks for refurbishment. I must say the revamp is absolutely weird. The bar tables are all gone and there are some couches and fake throws tossed around but we used to eat dinner in that section so that was a disappointment. The new-look restaurant itself is a mish-mash of styles - some of it extremely uncomfortable. We were given a table for two right in the path of stampeding waiters and guests - very awkward seating. We asked to be moved and got a better table but this time we got horrible black wrought iron patio chairs. We asked again to be moved and got a better table with comfy seats and then came the shocker. The menu has been completely changed. We weren't prepared for that. We have been coming to Mirabelle for years and the new change - for us - is a crushing disappointment. It is now little plates and frankly these items are not inspired. After a lot of dithering we chose the only salad on the menu for our appetizer. The waitress seemed to think we needed to see the headmaster and brought some smarmy guy called Joe to the table who kept telling us how wonderful the new food was. Well it wasn't. It was embarrassing to be chewed out by someone you don't know...and for no reason. As for the salad, being a small plate was well, small, which in this case was a good thing. It wasn't very good. It's lettuce and two pieces of beets, several segments of tiny grapefruit and a few peas. Meh. We went with the expensive scallops for our main course. Two pieces. Yep. Two pieces. We ordered two plates so we could each have two scallops. This is an excellent, if scant dish. We were still hungry of course and ordered the raviolis. Not very tasty and they were cold on arrival. Filled with halibut, the four pieces of ravioli tasted fishy. The dessert we shared of a chocolate pot was very good but overall this was a very expensive meal when we weren't expecting it. I hate the decor, the forcible attitude and the dead animal on the wall depressed me. My favorite restaurant is gone. For those who don't know the old Mirabelle I do recommend eating before you go and try the scallops and the chocolate pot. I had a difficult time choosing anything else. Scottish salmon cooked in duck fat (exactly how it reads on the menu) doesn't even sound appetizing. They have oddities such as alligator too which really creeped me out...
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Anastasia Mann
reviewed 7 years ago
good lunches in the bar area which feels like acapulco. main dining room is pretty but staid.
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Dave Carr
reviewed 9 years ago
this was the first restaurant that i felt your ratings were so far off. had to ask twice for everything and wait. not worth going to ever.
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
A Sunset Strip staple since the early seventies and one can see why right away upon entering this now historic Hollywood eatery. The menu is well laid out with an interesting $5 happy hour attraction accompanied with a great smokers bar and pretty serious wine list. The main restaurant boasts a tasteful atmosphere to most and above all great food. The staff are well put together, pro, serve with a smile and the kitchen is extremely clean. Well done.
Liked: Food, Service, Atmosphere, Value