Great restaurant. Friendly to those who are gluten free or vegetarian. The drinks are different but very good.
Second time at Akasha, the main course was again very tasty, the first problem of this restaurant is the noise ( tip for the owners : that could just be solved by a big bloc of polysterene in the ceiling probably, that would absorb the reverberation against the brick walls ), so i would recommand that you try to eat... More
Went on a Friday night before UCLA's opening night basketball game and realized I was not a regular because I was the only one wearing a basketball jersey! Easy free parking right next door (2 hours), seated right away, but it was busy so the Stanley Tucci look-alike waiter was inconsistent with his service a little. Came for Duff Goldman's... More
My favorite restaurant in downtown Culver. It's a large place so they can accommodate larger groups and there usually is not a long wait. Food is always top notch. Fresh ingredients, interesting pairings, layered flavors. Their Sunday brunch is a nice place to have a slightly more upscale brunch and not the usual, sloppy, hungover fair. Great bloody mary's!
The food was excellent, but the noise level leaves something to be desired. We sat on the patio thinking it would save us from the echo of the high ceilings and hard surfaces but ended up next to a large rowdy group, and the street noise was equally distracting. For a quick and tasty meal it's probably a good choice,... More
It is a bit pricey but for Culver City, this restaurant is well priced for the food it serves. All local fresh fare. I prefer the cafe for both food and coffee, especially when I want to avoid the lunch rush. Recommend: carrot cake cupcakes, macchiato, tuna sandwich...and from the restaurant bar any of the fresh lemonades. Gluten free and... More
The variety of dishes, large and small, made this the perfect restaurant for a groups of 1 kosher, 1 vegetarian, and two carnivores. The wines are a little pricey, but a good selection. The energy is the main room is good, but a bit noisy if you want to have serious conversations. We had reservations and were seated promptly. The... More
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