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Cafe del Rey
Mediterranean Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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4451 Admiralty Way Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
4451 Admiralty WayUSCaliforniaMarina del Rey90292
$$$Mediterranean Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant
Mediterranean Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 10:30 pmSunday 10:30 am – 9:30 pm
Cafe del Rey overlooks picturesque Marina del Rey, offering cuisine inspired by the California coast. Enjoy intuitive service in an elegant waterfront setting, all just minutes from downtown LA.
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Romantic bar/restaurant bringing together elevated New American fare plus harbor & marina views.- Google
"The food is always fresh, the view gorgeous and the crowd eclectic."
"Fresh california cuisine in a great setting."
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jodi soriano
a year ago
This is my neighborhood place, I love the people, the management, and the food not to mention the view! Everything on the menu is delightful. They are always willing to take care of your needs, if you want dinner on a Friday or Saturday night, make a reservation. If not the bar area is great and the bar menu has great items on it! I give this a 5 star.
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Nicholas Anderson
a year ago
Wow the food here was sooooo good. Upon arriving I remember looking out and seeing the great view of the Marina first star. I then was greeted by more than one person awesome, and even the busser was paying us extra attention all night and was charming. The Food: The first thing that arrives at the table was the bread, it was a cheese bread that was nice and thick mmm, it had a olive oil and vinegar and a olives dip both were great. The food I ordered was the Ahi Tuna which was seared and tasted out of this world it had a very unique vibe that tasted very fresh mixed with what tasted like vinegar with a mix of lentils carrots and potatoes and a few other vegetables all both well balanced and each bite was a great experience. For dessert I had the bread pudding, wow I've never seen a dessert look so great the design with the chocolate and biscotti pieces was like a work of art, it was both rich and delightful.
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Erda Carmel Pradel
9 months ago
My all time favorite restaurant. The food is always fresh, the view gorgeous and the crowd eclectic.
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Andrea Moore
a year ago
Brunch was lovely. The staff amazing. I wish the food were less salty, and a little more creative. The view is gorgeous, and the bar is bar none the best in the Marina.
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Miro Brzozowski
a year ago
High standard of service, excellent main course choices, unique and very tasty appetizers and mouth watering deserts. It was a great dining experience. The Wagu beef was fantastic (a bit pricey though). I recommend this restaurant for casual dining or date nights.
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Rajiv Vyas
a year ago
We are vegetarian and this review probably applies only to those who don't eat meat or fish. The view is very nice and the service was good but there are only a couple of options if you are a vegetarian. We ordered Pizza and it was probably the worst pizza we have eaten in LA......way too much cheese and nothing great about the sauce. The beat salad was nice but a third the quantity we are used to for the price.
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Dylan Griffith
a year ago
Don't expect good service if you turn up without a reservation and aren't dressed like someone that owns a large yacht. We had very high expectations after reading the reviews. As such we were very disappointed when we arrived and after we were seated we waited 10 minutes before anyone came over to our table. Then when a waiter finally spoke to the us he said "the bartender will be helping you today", which I guess translates to "We aren't going to give you a server today". The bartender then eventually got around to us and took our order, but didn't really give us much of a pleasant introduction to what we expected was going to be a fine dining experience. I honestly would have preferred that they just told us we weren't dressed well enough or we needed a reservation or something. If we are paying the same as everyone else it is pretty bad to be seated in a dark corner of the restaurant and served by the bartender that is making everyone's drinks. Good food, though.
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Elizabeth Krojansky
3 years ago
Best restaurant on the waterfront in the Marina hands down. Great fish and other seasonal dishes abound. Valet surprises you with a box of chocolates on your way out.


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