Still solid great food. Superb cocktails.
It's elegant and the food is comforting and delicious. If you go on Sunday night, they have a Sunday supper/set menu that's really fun to do. (from a friend)
Delicious dinner during restaurant week. May have even spotted Meryl Streep
Limited but well selected dishes. Very nice interior to spend time over glasses of wine.
I order the steak dinner and the short rib here and I must tell you it was delicious! The servers are beyond nice and the atmosphere is very home like. Great place for dates and social gatherings.
Great food. Sunday suppers are wonderful prix fixe meals!
Awesome food. As Hollywood as West Hollywood gets.
Big wine list. Try the short ribs or suckling pig. Indoor and covered patio seating. $5.50 valet parking.
Most incredible Short Ribs I have Ever Had!
Best scallops I have had in a long time (and I eat out a lot). Really nice bar staff.
Warm salad with duck confit is the best dish I've had in the past few years.
Try their panna cotta!
Sunday Supper is amazing
Frank Bruni's "Best Thing I Ever Ate" is the braised short ribs with horseradish cream. Also, Sunday Suppers is the "best bargain."
Rib Fest 2013
Try the Braised Beef Short Ribs - Tender and melt in your mouth short ribs
Great food and great service and the seating in the patio was the perfect place for meeting others.
Haven't eaten here and probably won't looking at the menu. Good place to grab a drink while walking to/from ink. Enjoy.
The Mediterranean spot served Sir Ian McKellen shrimp salad and the hake.
Love the decor. Like the food but service is not up to par.
Try the Lang & Reed Cabernet Franc - Hard to find, worth ordering
Suzanne Goin's latest masterpiece, legendary mediterranean cuisine, be sure to sit on the patio!
We are honored to have Chef Suzanne Goin of Lucques be a Chef at our L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade Event on 11/6. Join us: http://bit.ly/LALovesAlexsLem
Entourage happened here. Could this be where Eric and Sloan first fell in love? Could you blame them with this ambience?
A trip to LA is not complete without a delicious dinner at Lucques. – Chef Anne Thornton, Dessert First
Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
The colorful neighborhood is part of the charm - and it's the best Jewish food in the city. -Amanda Baungarten, Top Chef
The kabocha squash salad, though odd on menu, is one of the best things I've eaten in ages. This place is constant and divine. DIVINE.
Cornbread pudding dessert is pretty amazing
The luscious Mediterranean food is crafted with unusual ingredients to bring out the best in each dish. Try the braised veal cheeks with faro and chestnuts for a fireside delight.
The much-lauded Sunday Suppers ($45 per head) are still the best bargain here.