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Today 5:00 – 9:30 pm
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8474 Melrose Ave West Hollywood, CA 90069
8474 Melrose AvenueUSCaliforniaWest Hollywood90069
$$$RestaurantToday 5:00 – 9:30 pm
Monday 6:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:30 pmSunday 5:00 – 9:30 pm
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Set in a refined carriage house, this acclaimed restaurant serves market-driven Californian cusine.- Google
"...with a main dish of duck confit over fava beans, which I still long for."
"Great restaurant, especially love the Sunday Suppers."
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Josiah Delossantos
in the last week
This is such a great addition to our reviving downtown in West Hollywood, CA! When friends come into town I love to share this with them. If you're looking for something that is cool, unique, and farm to table, then definitely check out this fantastic toast cafe! The new location offers more seating but is just as cozy - we can't wait to go again!
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Yung Hoover
6 months ago
This place is a hidden diamond in CA. Bic guy. The food was excellent, starting with a very elegant presentation of yogurt dip and delicious fresh baked pita bread that we keep asking for more.The kebabs chicken, beef, and Mignon were cooked to perfection with a very nice balance of spices that never overcome the flavor of meat, that usually happened in some Jacques restaurants that go very heavy on spices.The food, decor, and service are balance in this place,definitely this place is a five stars place.
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Tom C
a year ago
Came here for their Sunday supper special - $45 prefixed menu. It was well worth the price. The chicken entree I ordered was very juicy and flavorful and the portion was surprisingly sufficient for my huge appetite. The biggest surprise of the meal was the pea salad. Who would've thought a plate of plain looking green peas could be so tasty! Great beer selection as well.
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Lena Song
9 months ago
I know there's just a generic review system, but that doesn't mean I compare all places to each other. You don't compare a 5 star fast food place to a 3 star haute couture Bauhaus eatery specializing in urban locovore post-modern consumption. So when a restaurant gets an average rating, it means it's an average place that meets my expectations for that kind of place. I'm not surprised. The food is as expected. The service average. All based on the kind of place you're at. Remember, compare apples to apples. Just because it's better than your last trip to the local diner, or is better than what you cook at home, doesn't mean it gets max points. That said, Lucques was ok. It was fine. My boy's brother's Manhattan had too much ice, and when we asked for one with less ice (because this one tasted mostly like water by the time I got it), they went back, scooped the ice out and put it in a new glass. It was still watery, but at least the damage didn't get any worse. The salads were impressively composed, anything made of bread that was toasted was superb, and the vegetarian ricotta dumplings are monotonous. Bite one is great, and all the ones after it are boring. The waitress, albeit a bit rude and short with us all evening, was right, however: the shortribs are really the house specialty, and definitely nice. Soft, flavorful, complex and well done. But not unexpected for the price and location.
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Georgie Weatherford
in the last week
Clean, tastey food and cheerful staff. Good variety. We plan to return.Was great for kids as well as adults. Bocce and bowling add to the vibe.
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Sally Elbassir
8 months ago
Lucques is always on every LA list of best restaurants, so I've had it bookmarked for awhile. I was pretty excited to come here for a work lunch, but honestly I was a tad underwhelmed. I do have to say that it was a gorgeous day out and I enjoyed the peaceful ambiance of the beautiful patio. The service throughout the entire meal was impeccable - the waiter was very patient and explained the options to us patiently and thoroughly. To start, the table was set with some almonds and olives, both of which were fine. I wouldn't order them myself though. For the mains, we decided to order the burger and the ranch steak frites to share. The burger meat was particularly tasty, although the burger overall was on the drier side, despite the sweet balsamic reduction. The steak itself was good, but was doused in a sauce that i didn't particularly like - also too sweet. I did enjoy the fries though! Overall, I was a bit disappointed with the food, especially considering the hype for Lucques. Maybe I just didn't order the right things. The ambiance is relaxing and peaceful, but it's really all that's worth coming for.
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Dawn Martin
8 months ago
Every time I go to Lucques I love it and and AND they have cassoulet night one time per year. It is the ONLY authentic cassoulet I've ever had outside of Toulouse, France. Every meal I've had here has been delicious and I found one of my favorite wines while dining here with friends. Highly recommended if you're ever in Los Angeles.
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William Lawrence
6 months ago
I was so excited to go here for the first time, and was devastated when one of my dish were so unappetizing that they were not even worth eating, and i wasn't even inspired to ravenously finish my dessert. The pig face, however, was great.