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Salt's Cure
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1155 Highland Ave Los Angeles, CA 90038
1155 Highland AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90038
(323) 465-7258saltscure.com
$$American Restaurant, Bar
American Restaurant
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Breakfast Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
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Today 11AM–12AM
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Sleek, modern spot serving inventive California-sourced dishes, including housemade charcuterie.- Google
"It's a small restaurant perfect for breakfast, brunch, and lunch lovers."
"But my favorite was the savory clams with spicy lamb sausage and turmeric sauce."
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Debbi Cotter
a month ago
Great breakfast. Served mimosas. Bloody Mary's. Baileys in coffee. Free refills on reg coffee. Very Eclectic menu. We had fratattas. Eggs Benedict. Omelettes. Great fresh fruit. Lots of seating. Great friendly service. Free news papers. Private parking lot. Good fresh food. Reasonable price. Variety of fresh food!
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Rami Bachour
3 months ago
If you're looking for a delicious, scrumptious, hearty brunch to have on Saturday, then definitely AVOID this place. Ew. It's kind of ironic how a restaurant with the word "salt" in its name can have such bland, flavorless food that had me reaching for the salt shaker with every bite. (Except there was no salt shaker) We ordered their "special of the day" chilaquiles and their burger. Their chilaquiles got progressively worse with each bite. So I guess in that respect, they were indeed "special". Oh and they were $18. What the hell? Since when does a dish with few tortilla chips mixed with salsa cost $18? It certainly caught me off guard since when I hear the word "chilaquiles" I don't expect it to be the most expensive thing on the menu. As for their burger, you can ONLY order it medium or well-done. Nothing else. I ordered it medium, but yet I got well-done. I guess the POS buttons are confusing? Also the flavor, much like the chilaquiles, was bland. I asked for hot sauce and they gave me their "homemade" chile sauce which was more sour than hot. Then I asked for ketchup, and they gave me some "brown" homemade concoction that looked like cat poop. Oh and the burger was tiny, and it didn't come with fries. We also got some coffee, but they only had brown sugar to sweeten it. Since when did brown sugar and coffee become a thing? They also only had one unisex bathroom and we only saw our server when she took our order/delivered our food. Next.
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Jonathan Madrigal
5 months ago
I ordered the cheeseburger with the fried egg and it was to die for. I finished up my meal with the grapefruit pie. As delicious as it was, it was not worth a $10 price tag! Also, my waitress was a bit rude and not that friendly, almost patronizing, hence the 4 stars.
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Jason Buhle
3 months ago
Great and interesting cocktails! Food was enjoyable too, with decent vegetarian options despite the heavy meat focus, but I will come back for the cocktails.
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Fabien Curto Millet
5 months ago
Came here for a dinner at the bar. They have some very well crafted cocktails - the artist's special was excellent. The food was also pretty enjoyable and not overwrought; they clearly use good ingredients. The avocado salad was nice and not over seasoned. They had a very tasty abalone special. But my favorite was the savory clams with spicy lamb sausage and turmeric sauce.
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Liorr Yehuda Morrison
4 months ago
Tiny portions!! Great atmosphere and good quality food overall, but avocado salad was pretty underwhelming (romaine lettuce + small amounts of avocado + some fruit) and not at all worth $12. The portions really are tiny. They need to market this as a tapas place; don't expect to be remotely satiated after eating a $15-20 "entree". But as a place to drink and nibble, by all means!
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Ben Le Vine
a month ago
Everything here is excellent. There are few places I've gone where they make entrees that literally change my perspective on life.
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Bryan Chabrow
6 months ago
Unfortunately disappointed. Came in w/ high hopes but was underwhelmed as a whole. Didnt feel the prices matched the portion sizes and overall experience. Wouldn't go out of my way to recommend.

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