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American Restaurant$$
Today 7:00 am – 7:30 pm
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1751 Ensley Ave Los Angeles, CA 90024
1751 Ensley AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90024
$$American Restaurant, Fast Food Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Today 7:00 am – 7:30 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmThursday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmFriday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday Closed
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Quaint counter-serve American cafe & bakery offering salads, sandwiches & pastries in cozy digs.- Google
"Try the 3 combo salad and don't forget your chocolate chip cookie."
"They also make delicious Grilled Cheese sandwiches for Grilled Cheese Month!"
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Max Drum
a month ago
Really good food just a bit pricey but the portions are hearty which is good. The tuna and chicken salad are Great! The baby spinach and arugula salad was tasty just need to ease up on the dressing a bit because it's acidic but I enjoyed it otherwise. The tuna melt is the best ! And I love the limeade. The chocolate brownie with pecans is ADDICTING!
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Mozelle Arce
a month ago
Great coffee, AMAZING red velvet chocolate chip muffin, I want to try all of the pastries now. They are right around the corner from my office, and I'm really glad! Friendly staff, cute inside. Great coffee shop!!
Janet Schubert
in the last week
Love this little bakery place. We had so much food though. Quiche, eggs benedict, clementine muffin and banana-carmel-pudding. YUM, Only small complaint was that the eggs were not poached, they were soft boiled. We'll be going back!
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Andrew Simon
2 months ago
Awesome. That word says it all. Lunch, coffee, and pastries that are all top notch with friendly service.
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Larry Pham
in the last week
Good local brunch spot. Parkings not bad if you go early. Order at the cashier, take a number and find a table. The eggs Benedict comes with prosciutto like ham. Not the dry thick cut stuff we usually find at other placss . the biscuit sandwich,albeit good biscuit, came with an overpoached egg. We finished off brunch with an iced latte and chocolate brownie dessert. Yum. I'll definitely be back for more. Heard through the grape vine it's grilled cheese month here .
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Russell Reed
a month ago
Just came here for lunch on this beautiful day. This place is such a cozy & wonderful place to come by and have lunch with friends! Plenty of outdoor and indoor seating and it's located right across from the Century City mall. We all got the Clementine Special which includes half a sandwich, your choice of a salad or soup, and your choice of iced tea, a cookie, or fountain drink for around 12$. All of the food was fresh and delicious! Service was quick and welcoming. Recommended for a lunch spot!
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Jōziah Z.
5 months ago
Clementine delivers a pretty good German Chocolate Chip Cookie. Their perfectly crispy on the outside and chewy in the center with the right amount of chocolate chunks. They also make delicious Grilled Cheese sandwiches for Grilled Cheese Month!
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Sandy Lo
a year ago
First Impression: Clementine is cute with a capital C! My bf and I came to Clementine on a Saturday morning around 11 am and it looked packed from the front. Parking was a breeze since there was a parking lot in the back with a few spots. Perhaps we got lucky but I can imagine the lot filling up pretty quickly as the brunch/lunch crowd trickles into the afternoon. My bf ordered the eggs benedict with a side of arugula salad ($12) and I ordered the whole grain bran muffin with dried cherries ($3). We both ordered a cup of the house Intelligentsia coffee ($3). The food came out very promptly and the eggs benedict was spot-on! The hollandaise sauce complimented the perfectly poached egg and the slice of Tennessee country ham. The ham was unlike anything I've tried before; it was savory and not fatty in the least bit. Like the eggs benedict, my bran muffin was delectable. I was surprised to see the top of mine covered in crunchy granola and would like to think that I had the best of both worlds for brunch: crunchy granola and a soft muffin. Win-win for the carbs! The muffin was not too sweet and the plump dried cherries made it extra moist. The Intelligentsia coffee for me was nothing special. I've had Intelligentsia coffee elsewhere and the acidic after taste is not something I particularly care about. However, it's great that Clementine will offer free refills and not charge extra for soy milk. Some extra brownie points should be deservedly given. Bottom line: I would love to come back and sample some of their other brunch items. That apricot ginger scone beckons!
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