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The menus at Maude are so unique and creative that your meal progresses as if a story is being told in each course. The food was very good--some dishes I loved, some were just okay. It's what's to be expected, really, since taste can differ...More
Went to Maude for my gf’s bday, the place was in her list after meeting the chef st a food and wine festival.
The food is paired to the wine, it went well.
I’m not sure about the cost/value of the wine pairing but we...More
One of the best tasting menus I've ever tried. Each dish was unique, well thought-out, and very creative. For those who enjoy dining experiences, I would highly encourage everyone to try Maude. AND - they change their menus often. Giving me more reason to come...More
We had a fantastic time at Maude. The tasting menu was superb with the trout and the duck being the standout dishes. The wine pairing menu was very good. John and the wait team were very friendly and knowledgeable and added to the experience. Once...More
This is an experience restaurant. You come here for more than just the food. My wife and I were hosting a friendly couple.
Atmosphere: lighting is good, I don't remember any music (good thing,) a bit noisy although the restaurant is particularly small, accommodates only...More
We are travelling from Australia and we’re happy to support an aussie chef. Unfortunately, Maude is very ordinary. It is well over priced and the food average. Moving into a different staged room for desert is a gimmick that adds nothing to the meal. You...More
Not what you would except from a chef of this caliber - rather disappointed- rabbit pate and gelee was the worst dish
There was nothing that was exceptional
Also rather odd concept of taking you to a building next door and sitting you in a...More
Having been a bit of a fan of Curtis Stone for many years after seeing him on Masterchef Australia many moons ago, we had to visit Maude whilst we were in LA.
We were here for the Piedmont tasting menu and I have to admit...More
Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and today you can still feel its small town origins, even though it has become a major tourist attraction and business center for the entertainment industry. This town lives up to its reputation as an area full of designer retail stores and residential streets lined with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of
tourists peak into ultra-luxurious boutiques hoping to catch a glimpse of someone famous. Off of Rodeo Drive however is where some of the most affluent Angelenos occupying the streets of Beverly Hills come for leisurely meals, power lunches and beauty treatments.
We booked from Australia a few months ahead, before we went on our trip to Mexico and Cuba. My friend stayed up until 3am and got onto the website as soon as the bookings were opened. Even then there were limited places... More
We booked from Australia a few months ahead, before we went on our trip to Mexico and Cuba. My friend stayed up until 3am and got onto the website as soon as the bookings were opened. Even then there were limited places available. They only take 25 people per sitting so it is hard to get the exact time and day you want. Having said that, it was SO worth it.