incredible service, yummy everything, super friendly staff, interesting restaurant, yummy bar, nice waitress, great fresh salads
Susan Fenniger takes diners on a journey around the world with her small plates menu at Street. Flavors of Asia, India, the Mediterranean and more are expressed in salads, noodles, and entrees. Each incarnation is mouth watering. Her most notable menu item is the kaya toast.
Amazing fare! Small plates give you the opportunity to travel the world in 80 bites, give or take a few. Personal favorites are the Turkish zucchini cakes and the Korean BBQ short ribs.
Great concept, quality across the diversity of dishes. Excellent service, dishes were inventive and kept me excited to see what was coming out next. The fried chicken was one of the best I have tasted and I don't often get excited about Fried Chicken. All in all, a fun, casual dining experience that kept me intrigued, excited to see what was next and ultimately satisfied.
Highly recomended !!. Great food and really fun atmosphere. Brought a lot of memories from travels...
something out of the ordinary. absolutely love the menu items. you truly can't get this stuff anywhere else. If it's warm you must sit outside. Just be forewarned that you always end up ordering more than you plan on and it does add up quickly.
Fantastic!!. I went to Street for my birthday in August as it was recommended to me from a friend. I read some of the reviews on the net and tried several of the dishes described as some of their best. I went with four friends and we ordered about 6-7 things and everything was so unique and delicious! I recommend sitting on the patio as it's quieter. I also recommend you try their absinthe cocktails. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the evening! The service was very friendly and fast and the waitress recommended some dishes we tried and we all loved everything. Treat yourself to a really original experience in dining!
Amazing Worldly cuisine with a fun concept.
Last night, I had the pleasure of dining at The Street with a group of amazing people. I must say the food was wonderful. We were lucky enough to try a super- charged Globe Trot tasting dinner, which included a mixture of apps, The Kaya Toast, a wonderfully sweet coconut jam between toasted bread dipped in egg yoke and a great Hawaiian Poke, then on to a few great fresh salads including the new Jerusalem bread salad (one of my favs) and entrees including Korean BBQed short ribs and a corn salad, as well as fried chicken. Needless to say, I was very full and satisfied when I headed to my car at the end of the night.
The service was incredible. The staff was super friendly and was well-versed on the food and drinks they were serving. We also had the pleasure of receiving a few visits to our table from Susan Feniger, both to educate us on the food and make sure we were happy. Love it when a chef/owner makes their way around the dining room!
I will definitely go back and would recommend it to everyone who loves a combination of Middle Eastern, Asian and European cooking.
around the world in 10 dishes. We shared 3 apps, 2 salads, and 3 entrees between 5 people. Everything we had was amazing. Service was also really good and knowledgeable about each of the plates we had. If you can't decide on what to have, definitely do the world tour and just enjoy everything that gets put in front of you. Valet is a bit pricey, and we arrived just before the tow away parking ends on highland . . . next time I'd probably make a reservation for 7 and end up with free front row parking.
menu tries to hard, pricey, ridiculous valet. this place is trying to hard to be different. the server suggested that we have 2-3 app dishes before ordering 2 more main dishes to share - for 2 people. each appetizer is at least $9 and the main dishes start at $24. they have items from all over; korea, japan, vietnam, ukraine, india. The dishes we had were 'good' not great. It is ridiculous what they charge for valet $7 before 5 and $8 after 5 for a parking lot of 10 spaces that the valet doesn't have to go 20 yards for. There is a nice patio and the staff was friendly. Our waitress was nice but left something to be desired in the attentitveness department.
One of the best restaurants in LA.
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Chef Susan Feniger branches out from her Latin-centric past.. In Hollywood even the restaurants come with taglines. And in the case of Susan Feniger's Street--"It's not a restaurant...It's a culture"--the tiny print could not be any more true. An ode to street foods found all over the world, this sharp new eatery located on an especially barren strip of Highland Avenue is a full-fledged flavor carnival, melding so many different ethnic delicacies it's almost hard to keep track. Where else can you find dishes from Japan, Malaysia, Egypt, Lebanon and Israel all on the same menu? There are three separate menus for brunch, lunch and dinner, with a reasonable $35/person "Globe Trot" chef's tasting option for dinner guests who just can't make up their minds. Items from the woodfire grill--juicy Lebanese chicken kebabs, Korean barbecued shortribs marinated in Asian pear rice wine--come off the heartiest, with crisp Turkish doughnuts (served with warm cardamom rose syrup) marking a sweet end to the meal. An L-shaped wine bar at the entrance, outdoor tables beneath gigantic canopy umbrellas and a flashy black and orange dining room ground the eclectic foodie experience, but we promise your taste buds will do some serious traveling.
Culinary cultures merge at this Highland dining spot.. Going beyond her Latin-centric roots as one half of the "Too Hot Tamales" team, Susan Fenigers solo restaurant is an ode to street foods found all over the world. After all, where else can you find flavors from Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Egypt and beyond, all on one menu?
Perfect spot for drinks or daring food choices. Very pleased! A few blocks from where I live we were excited to see what they did with old Dive spot. We felt comfortable in casual clothes and I loved what they did with the outdoor patio. They offered cozy blankets if you were cold and there was a cool retro fire. We had pork pot-stickers with ponzu that were delish! I had the udon noodles with shrimp that my boyfriend would get next time instead of the spare ribs. Didn't like the Asian flare they had. Prices weren't too bad and have a really cool drink menu and they serve glasses of wine the most unique way - you gotta go see!
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