delicious food, wonderful people, liked bartender, best salad, great service, incredible cumincilantro dressing, extremetly attentive hotess
The Best Burger in DTLA!. This little jem that I found in DTLA is warm and comfortable. I went on my lunch. The food was amazing. I had the max burger and chicken quesadilla. My friend had the ahi sandwich and salad. I liked the location and will be coming back for drinks at the bar for happy hour.
I have been several times. At least 5 times a year and this year has by far been the best.
Food is AMAZING. Great service - wonderful people!
LOVE it! Cook makes the most amazing seasonal cheesecakes. Last week has raspberry, so yummy. Hoping he'll make a peppermint one for the upcoming season. I highly recommend 410 Boyd Street!
Great place for great food, and friendly people. The Hotess there is extremetly attentive. He makes sure you are well taken care of and gives you such a welcoming feeling that will definitely make you want to come back for more. The food is delicious, I found my self just speechless, words could not explain such tastes. But if i really had too then i would simply say it's "EXQUISITE".
Artsy spot, cool hang out. Went recently with some friends for a drink after work. I was surprised to find this place right in the middle of what seemed like nowhere. The bartender must have liked our group because contrary to what the gent above stated......our drinks were beyond well done. Although we did not try the food, I must say the Max Burger still has me daydreaming, I need to go back and have one. I guess the only problem is, I need to find someone to share it with. The burger is HUGE, filled with mushrooms, avacado, tomato, onion and cheese. The guy at the bar even offered to share some with us! The place is artsy with it's own vibe, friendly and very welcoming. I will go back so I can try the food and rate it.
Skip it. The place looks cool but it ends there, the drinks were weak all mixer and the food was bland, to top it off one drink and one entree works out to about $30 a head...
Little Tokyo favorite dishes out eclectic fare amid an industrial vibe..
White-collar employees mix with neighborhood artists in this narrow, black-and-white dining room with booths lining one side and a bar the other. Local art--most for sale--decorates the walls, and clientele can often be overheard trading stories about their latest projects. A kitchen blending Asian, Italian and classic American elements churns out dishes like spicy chicken skewers drenched in cumin-coriander sauce, entree-sized salads and Gorgonzola-topped burgers with crispy fries.
Hidden gem. It seems that only downtowners are familiar with this great restaurant. 410 Boyd is not a huge space and it is not super fancy like some other downtown restaurants but it is well worth a trip to the edge of Little Tokyo. Their menu is creative with a multitude of options written out on huge chalkboards behind the bar. Blackened chicken salad w/ mixed greens, corn, roasted red peppers, chevre and an incredible cumin-cilantro dressing is the best salad I've tasted in years. Prices are very reasonable and parking is not a problem since the neighborhood regulars must all walk right over.
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