famous pancakes, prompt service, ridiculous completely, famous french toast, good food, fresh bad chocolate pie, great breakfast
This place takes the honor if being on of my go-to bakeries for when I need to bring a pie to a dinner party and am too lazy to defrost one!
Breakfast is the way to go, and by breakfast I mean super-fluffy pancakes. The rest of the menu isn't amazing, but the 50s decor makes it a fun spot.
Order the pancakes and i promise that everything else will be well worth it,When you pancakes come to your table take your fork and press lightly on the pancakes you will see melted butter sponge out,there is no need to put butter on these babies,
then take a bite without pouring syrup on them,Some people love them plain thats how good they are.Then try the boyzenberry syrup on top and you too will be hooked.Honestly my family has been coming here for genarations and we havent really ate anything else there. when we go there we dont even need a menu becase all we order is pancakes any time of the day.Try them i know you wont be dissapointed.
Not impressed.. Went for lunch and was quite disappointed. The food was lousy - overcooked and unappatizing. The service was rediculously slow and the waitress we had was quite cranky. We definately won't be going back.
Great value. Great value and good food. I think Dupars beats out most other eateries in the Grove. The breakfasts are the best. And the service is consistantly good.
Classic Americana in L.A.. A great breakfast place! Went there twice in 1/03 while waiting for processing on a very popular CBS morning game show. Though we didn't make it into the audience either day, Du-Par's saved both mornings with its large portions, courteous and efficient service, and great taste. HUGE pancakes (the short stack will do ya), flully omelettes, flavorful breakfast meats, and fresh-sqeezed OJ. Will return to again whenever in the LA area. Don't let the decor fool you.
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