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Scarpetta Los Angeles
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In case you missed our Scarpetta L.A. Valentine's Day prix fixe menu, you can still try the Roasted Pink Snapper with eggplant caponata purée, lentils and brodetto reduction. What was your favorite dish?
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225 N Cañon Dr Los Angeles, CA 90210
225 N Cañon DrUSCALos Angeles90210
$$Italian Restaurant, European Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
European Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Lounge
Today 6:00 – 10:30 pm
Monday 6:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 6:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 6:00 – 10:30 pmSunday Closed
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Scarpetta Los Angeles features modern, refined Italian cuisine crafted by award-winning Chef Scott Conant. This fine dining restaurant offers al fresco dining with views overlooking the Beverly Canon Gardens.
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Sophisticated, modern Italian cuisine in an upscale dining room, with a scenic, garden-view patio.- Google
People talk about spaghetti, creamy polenta, scott conant, bread basket and tasting menu
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Judy Juan
reviewed 2 weeks ago
The ambiance of this place is dark and romantic. Came here for dine LA with friends. Their polenta is the best in here. It's creamy and delicious with truffles on top. I didn't really like their fish, it has fishy smell, and usually fishy smell is indication that the fish is not fresh. I read it in some of the other yelp reviews that their fish has fish smell....and they were right. I also had the short rib pasta for main course and they look like chinese dumplings with short ribs wrapped inside it. It was way too salty. 3 of my friends ordered same thing, and they said the same. I dig their molten chocolate cake with coffee ice cream. Their ice cream wasn't that sweet, which compliments the sweet chocolate cake, with hot fudge oozing out. It was the best to end the night. I think their valet parking is expensive, but if you have your tickets validated, it's around $8. I find the restaurant very noisy. It's a great place to bring your date here, but if you're with a group of people, you really can't hear what they're trying to say.
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Erin Walter
reviewed 2 weeks ago
YUMMMMMYYYYYY! Last night I had the opportunity to dine at the chef's counter. I had high expectations, and my experience somehow managed to exceed those expectations. The food was absolutely incredible, and of course, what's more important than that, is the service and the people there were even better. From the creamy polenta with mushrooms to the $24 spaghetti to the ricotta ravioli - every bite was a bite was one I wish I could have again. I'm not sure what else I can say except if you have the opportunity to go to dinner there, and pass it up.....you'll regret it.
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Roger Daultry
reviewed in the last week
what a LOAD OF CRAP! The happy hour area is SOOO SMALL - a tiny little room surrounded by super expensive restaurants and bars owned by the hotel....soooo guess what - NO SEATS....not even close - not even a loose seat at the bar! well no kidding - a low down scheme where they offer ok deals to people who have seats forcing everyone else to spend hundreds of dollars next door...horrible shady tactics - never going back to this hotel again!
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YJ W
reviewed a week ago
I blame my lackluster Scarpetta brunch experience on the breathtaking scenery of the Beverly Canyon Gardens. The food was doomed to failure against such an amazing backdrop. The quality of the food was impeccable (think fresh fruits, veggies, seafood) but the taste and selection was just not up to par for the $70+ dollar price tag. The shellfish was a little too cold, the meats a little too dry, the vegetables a little too soggy, and the desserts were hit or miss. In fact, I much prefer the brunch buffet at M Resort in Vegas which provides flavorful food items at a reasonable price including drinks (try it!). I might visit Scarpetta again, but only for the tomato-basil spaghetti, which in accordance with popular belief can do no wrong. Toothsome and flavorful, it was the only item that garnered repeat trips to the kitchen. I wouldn't steer you away from visiting Scarpetta--it is a pleasant experience--but so is being $70 richer!
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Response from the owner - a week ago
Dear Y J W, Thank you for being our guest and for your detailed comments regarding your visit to our brunch at Scarpetta Los Angeles. In an effort to ensure that we are able to address your concerns, I would like to ask that you kindly provide us with dates when you had this experience since we have not offered our Sunday Brunch since May of 2013. If you could provide us with the specifics, then it would help us follow up and address your concerns. Thank you once again and I look forward to hearing back from you. Kind Regards, Pradeep Raman Executive Assistant Manager, Food & Beverage Montage Beverly Hills praman@montagehotels.com
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Johnson Kwong
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great ambiance, but not so great food.... well, at least for the entree I chose. Came here for dineLA on a Monday night... it was a packed house! I was impressed by both the polenta and the molten chocolate cake dessert. However, I was disappointed by the main entree - the Short Rib Agnolotti. It's a fresh idea to have the short rib inside something like a ravioli. However, someone needs to control the salt! It was way too salty for me. Thank God I had wine to wash it down with! Speaking of wine, the corkage fee was $35 for a bottle. The polenta was nice and creamy and perfectly complemented with the truffles on top. The coffee ice cream that came with the molten chocolate cake was lightly sweeten. It went well with the overpowering sweetness of the chocolate. All in all, it's a nice restaurant with a good ambiance. The service was superb. Now, probably if I come back next time and order something different, it'll might become 5 stars? Haha... we shall see... we shall see. Be sure to get validated for parking so it's $8. Valet only.
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Kyle Harrington
reviewed a month ago
We had a great time here. The service was great and the pasta was delicious! They have great martini's and specialty drinks as well. If you are in the area, or celebrating a special dinner a great place to stop in!