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Posted by MrsDDay on 03/31/2014
Firenze Osteria has done it again! Creative, scrumptious food accompanied by top-notch service keeps us coming back for more. Chef Ken Biffar is an absolute genius in the kitchen. With each and every bite, our taste buds danced as if they were dancing upon the clouds of Heaven. We devoured (in the most lady-like way possible) every single morsel of our seven course tasting menu. Firenze Osteria lives up to the slogan "Love. Food. Misbehavior." as there was plenty of all three!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/07/2011
I think this was an all around good restaurant. I wouldn't say fantastic and certainly you could do better.. But it was a good try.
Posted by Belinda on 12/16/2010
The service was fast and friendly, but other than that the entire experience was uninspired and disappointing. Aside from the cioppino which was delicious, all the other food we tried was mediocre at best. Carpaccio was sliced like the beef belonged in a roast beef sandwich (thick and somewhat tasteless). Roast chicken skin was burnt so it left the entire dish with a bitter after taste. Even the short ribs were not as tender or tasty as other competitors' versions (Craft's version is WAY better). Overall, overpriced and underwhelming....
Posted by Mark on 03/28/2010
Great Pastas, definitely a new asset to the Los Angeles food scene. The Italian Hospitality is perfect in this little spot, Fabio, when there is as gracious as it can be, food live up to the hype, you guys rock !!
Posted by Tonya on 11/04/2009
Visited for lunch before the big opening so the place was a bit empty. Tables were beautiful. The best Butternut Squash Ravioli I've ever had, ever, really. The Ravioli de Brasato is to die for, super rich and super yummy, difficult to not lick the plate when you're finished. Nothing special about the Caesar Salad. Loved, loved, loved the Panna Cotta.