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Salt's Cure
American Restaurant$$
Today 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PM
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7494 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90046
7494 Santa Monica BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90046
$$American Restaurant, Brunch Restaurant
American Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Breakfast Restaurant
Today 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMSaturday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMSunday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMMonday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMTuesday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMWednesday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMThursday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PM
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Trendy, unfussy spot serving inventive California-sourced dishes, including housemade charcuterie.- Google
"The sausage patties were fresh and excellent as were the perfectly cooked eggs."
"Cute little place for brunch."
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Jack Brown
a month ago
We ate at Salt's Cure for breakfast on a Thursday. We got the "All Star" plate which was a good overview of all the things we wanted to try (at least I think it was called the All Star plate). The pancakes were heavenly, a scoop of sweetened brown butter on top eliminated the need for a cloying syrup. The sausage patties were fresh and excellent as were the perfectly cooked eggs. We ordered a side of olive bread that the server recommended. I had this all to myself as my eating companion wasn't in the mood for anything savory. I ate every bite. The french press coffee was delicious and had a bit of Turkish coffee effect to it as each cup resulted in settled grounds at bottom after pouring from the press. My only reservation was that I thought the coffee was pricey at $7 a portion for the smallish french press. This place reminds me of Plow in San Francisco's Potrero Hill. I'll be back. A++++
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Robert Littman
5 months ago
Lovely waitress with good service. I ordered the burger for $17 as their signature on Sunday menu. The rest ate pancakes (wise move). The burger looked great but had an odor and after two bites I asked the manager to look into it. She spoke with some guy flipping pancakes at the grill. He stated that the "odor" was from the beef being aged and ground there.. Sure thing dude. I was not offered a substitute and ignored the rest of the meal. Our table for 3 sat right next to the managers little desk (?) and not a sole employed there, asked if there was a problem. Sunday is not a good day to complain at they are busy making "bank" not keeping some unhappy elderly Jewish guy happy. The wait was 45 minutes for a table which is very LA. But $17.00 for a bad burger?? The waitress was tipped on the full bill at 25%. Sure I will go the burger place across the street.
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Mike Hein
a week ago
This neighborhood needs salts cure. We made it what it is today and now it's threatening to move to highland causing a huge brunch sized hole in the neighborhood. Why can't they just open 2 restaurants?
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Dawn Martin
8 months ago
If you love BBQ and Meat come to Salt's Cure! I've longed to come here for dinner and hope that I get to some day. I've been for lunch a few times. I loved their pickles that they typically have and their sandwiches have always been delicious. Even their lox is good!
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Carolyn De Melo
3 months ago
Easily one of the best breakfasts of my entire life. The food here has a hearty rustic charm. I cannot recommend the griddle cakes highly enough, or the sausage, which is a unique blend of meat and herbs. If you are in the LA area, and want a charming breakfast experience, where you could possibly sit at the bar and watch your food be cooked in front of you, come here. It's just lovely.
Travis Jones
7 months ago
The greatest breakfast in Los Angeles -- everything you could want from bacon, sausage, eggs and pancake meal. Somehow each of these four basic things are presented in most authentic way A lot of brunches are pricey and this is no exception but most importantly you get what you pay for and that's rarely the case. I love this place so much Food is cooked and plated within feet of your table, smells for days For dinner, menu is different every night but it's always fantastic -- waitress goes over entire menu with table, very impressed with how much info they're able to retain bc again, it changes every night. Each time I feel like I'm friends with waitress by end of meal, even though we're not really, just shows they do a great job and seem to enjoy it. They made me feel special on my birthday, so I returned the following year This is my first time reviewing a restaurant. Salt's Cure is the best!
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Jorgeanne Cabuhat
a year ago
It's a small restaurant perfect for breakfast, brunch, and lunch lovers. They have quality ingredients and it shows with their flavorful dishes. Order the off menu item - the Alll Star. It comes with 2 eggs, 2 bacon, 2 sausage, 2 griddle pancakes with a yummy cinnamon butter, and a flaky biscuit and a peach marmalade spread. Their biscuit was so light and fluffy you can't get enough. The bacon and sausage though were the best. They were meaty, flavorful and had the right char to them. Three of the four in my table all had the all star and it was pretty consistent except for the eggs (less one star). Some had overcooked eggs and for breakfast that's a no-no. Otherwise, i see this place having a long L.A. brunch wait.
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Drew Chesnutt
a year ago
If you know, you know. From the dishwashers to the owners, everyone know exactly what they are doing over there. Everything is comfortable and relaxed while astonishingly brilliant. I wouldn't change a thing.