100 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA | Directions 9021134.067616 -118.376259
Mon - Fri, 5pm - 10pm; Sat, 4:30pm - 11pm; Sun, 4pm - 9:30pm
Neighborhoods: Beverly Hills
definitely only go for prime rib – it's always good here. but we recommend only going to get their prime rib- afterall, that's what they're know for. the sides you order that come along w/ the prime rib dinner are all very good as well. do order the bread pudding too! the service is always so pleasant- the cutely dressed older waitresses really make your meal just a little bit better.. they've been serving prime rib probably longer than i've been alive. have dessert & coffee too when you're done. the decor feels like you're dining in a ball room. you see tons of tourists dining w/ you too!
Cream corn, yorkshire pudding and their seasoning meat – Love this place for their traditional services and great food. I have been there fore years, great for occasions because its too busy and its fairly crowded. However, the last time I went, the host is very rude. She kept nagging at us about when will our party arrive so we can start ordering. My parents came only 15 minutes late and she gave one whole hell of the attitude, which really made my mother angry at the scene. I wished I remembered her name and report her. Eversince that kind of service, I never went back, and I wished they do something about that. Ok about the place, they literally crowd the whole entire place up, I even had to pull the table over to be seated in the booths...which I'm not too happy when it comes to fine dining place like this. Their Lawry salad is a spectacle, its just fresh ingredients and special sauce with the waitress tossing it with the sauce poured straight up 4 feet from the air spinning the bowl...hahah. I guess the oxygen gives it the special flavor. Took about 30 minutes until the food arrive in a heavy duty metal cart with the Chef. Cream corn and yorkshire pudding and prime rib, is a must, very flavorful. Don't eat the lobster, I felt it was overcooked and bland the whole entire time, and it's not worth it when you have to rip a hard shrimp on my own. Food is great on the meat and corn, but they need to re-evaluate their service with the host. I know they are busy and some get bitchy, but THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE to throw it at people.
Pretty good but nothing great – I've been eating here since I was a little kid. The prime rib is pretty good, nothing extraordinary.
Definitely an icon of LA and there is decent ribs – Lawry's is great for special occasions dining and their prime rib is not bad, although once I went to Lawry's and had a piece that is very very dry... but most of the times, their prime ribs are great, and well that's what they are famous for anyway.
Just on the other note, the cream corn side is definitely a must try if you like creamy food. Some may find it too heavy but a couple spoonfuls won't hurt !
A true L.A. icon that never disappoints – Lawry's is a true Los Angeles Icon and remains one of the best places around for prime rib. The food is consistently good and the decor is timeless. Going to Lawry's is always like a little trip back in time. Lawry's prices have crept up quite a bit in the last few years while portions seem to have gotten smaller (never a great combination.) The Lawry's ("house") cut of prime rib is now over $30.00. This cut is supposed to be 12-14 oz. but always seems to come out on the smaller side. They are also less generous with the sides than they used to be. However, by Beverly Hills standards Lawry's still remains a reasonably good value and is always a solid choice for a good meal.
Delicious Prime Rib – Lawry's is the perfect place to go for a fancy, special-occasion dinner. The female waitresses wear these little brown outfits that look like french maid costumes and wear name tags that say "Mrs. ___." The thing that stands out at Lawry's is of course the tender, juicy prime rib with gravy and au jus. The creamed spinach is also exceptional. They start your meal with a "spinning bowl" salad that contains beets, hard-boiled egg and a thousand-island style dressing; the salad is nothing to write home about, just something to do until the prime rib cart arrives! Lawry's is too pricey for every day, and the prime rib does not reheat well, but it's truly perfect for rare special occasions.
Good food, good service – The food was really good as well as the service. The way they make the salad is light-humored at the table - something to lightly wow you and make you smile. I like the setting of the restaurant - it reminded me of a ginormous living room - it felt homely to me. I came here with my brother as a congratulatory dinner since we both gotten into schools. Thier cream of corn is very yummie! I would love to go there just to eat thier cream of corn! Great place to go on any occasion.
Think about it first – The prime rib is not tenor, even i order for pink. The meat is not hot when it serve. I don't know why but the trolly presentation make me think about Home Town Buffet. The side dish is taste much better than the meat. It is worth to paid extra. I strongly recommond to order the creamy corns and creamy spinish.
Lawry's IS 5 stars!!! – Lawry's is what a 5 star restaurant is all about, without the attitude.
the prime rib is tender & tasty.
the Cream corn is unbeliveable.
Service is top notch. The rewards program they have is fun!! I've been going more often now.
the best!! – It's always a real treat to dine at lawrys. never had a problem. service is top notch. love it. Prime rib to die for, cream corn that will knock your socks off!!! And I get to take home extra bones for my mutts!! the best experience in LA!!!
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