The Griddle Cafe, Los Angeles
About The Griddle Cafe, Los Angeles
The Griddle Cafe, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number
Address: 7916 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046, United States
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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Walk in this diner, have a delectable brunch and who knows you might just spot a Hollywood star! This cafe is not only famous for its interesting food, apt service and heavenly portions, it is also well known for the stars that frequent the place and is a slightly splurge but awesome breakfast place. Recommended: Pancakes!
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Great food. Pancakes fit for a king. Literally, they are huge. Hands down one of my favorite breakfast places. Especially after a night out with the guys, this place is awesome to refuel. Only downside is there always seems to be a wait. But I'm not surprised, the food is that good and worth it.
Believe the hype. Earlier, the better to avoid the wait time. I'm that guy that has a bottomless pit for a stomach. Korean BBQ places hate me. Came in here and ordered their famous pancakes...and after eating half I am officially no longer undefeated at a breakfast joint. The portion was HUGE and only for 14?! I immediately got pissed at every other breakfast place I've ever been to! It was warm, fresh, delicious! Definitely a must try if you're around the area. I ordered the mounds of pleasure. The cool whip cream contrasted the warm melting chocolate beautifully. The little bit of coconut was just right and not overwhelming. Will return!
Get here early to avoid long wait times, however we waited an hour and it was worth the hype. Good coffee, good atmosphere and friendly service. The portions are huge and really delicious! Would definitely go back again
First time. The wait was long. The service, from our server was great. The food, tasty. Borderline overpriced after all said and done. Two people each ordering one meal, coffee, and shared a single pancake. The bill came to 50.00. After tip.. 60.00. The inside is small, seating fairly tight, and really noisy. The only negative was the cold air blowing down on us. Asked if it could be turned down, and the answer was no. I hate going to a restaurant and having cold air blow down on me. Constant distraction and when the food arrived, it made it cold pretty quick. The other negative. The outside, front and rear is poorly maintained. It's obvious the owner takes little to no pride in the appearance and cleanliness of her restaurant. Reminded me of a slum lord environment. The owner obviously makes a very good income from her restaurant, because she had her brand new customized powder blue Porsche Carrera sitting right outside the back door, parked amongst all the nasty trash they don't bother to clean up. She needs to invest in fixing it up. Clean the damn place up so it looks nice. The front and rear are completely tacky cheap unappealing looking.
Enough food to stuff your face as well as three others! The location/aura has a lot to do with the overall experience as well. Hole in the wall eatery with a family-style ambiance. Delicious, savory options, with burgers and paninis to complement their ridiculously filling pancakes!
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