Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Laguna Niguel, California, United States. Laguna Niguel is a suburban city in Orange County, California in the United States. The name Laguna Niguel is derived from the words "Laguna" (Spanish for "lagoon") and "Niguili" (the name of a Native American village once located near Aliso Creek). As of the 2010 census, the population was 62,979. Laguna Niguel is located in the San Joaquin Hills in the southeastern corner of Orange County, close to the Pacific Ocean, and borders the cities of Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo and San Juan Capistrano.
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4 based on 282 reviews
We met another couple here for dinner â they love this restaurant. It definitely gets top marks for the professional service. The atmosphere was nice and the historic house where it is located has some character. Food was excellent and the quality was obvious. Tip: Valet parking is in the back.
4 based on 30 reviews
Great news for all Stacks and Scramblers fans: We're happy to announce we are opening a new restaurant - Plumeria CafÃ© & Catering by Stacks!
I have been to Plumeria restaurant several times during the lunch hour. Their service and food are consistent. The prices are reasonable. They have indoor/outdoor seating. They are open for lunch and breakfast only so you will need to be there before 3pm. If you are in the Laguna Niguel area (Design Center), and are looking for good food and ambience, I would suggest a visit to Plumeria restaurant!!
4 based on 1595 reviews
Nick's indoor/outdoor Laguna Beach venue features Classic American comfort food, crave-able bar snacks, plus unique cocktails & an extensive wine list. Located in the heart of Laguna Beach, our intimate 80-seat restaurant features a chic bar and beautiful
Busy bar and restaurant - make reservations. Good drinks, service and food. Open late. Good people watching spot
4 based on 171 reviews
The Montage is wonderful, beautiful, and enchanting. MIT is also very dear, as such places are. But is you stop there for a drink, before going to eat in one of the fine restaurants in the area, you can have your enchantment, and keep you bankroll somewhat intact also. The piano players there at cocktail hour are excellent, and the views are staggering. EnjoyThank you for writing us a review and for complimenting our views - they truly are beautiful! We look forward to welcoming you back very soon.Sincerely, Anne-Marie HoustonGeneral ManagerMontage Laguna Beach
4 based on 145 reviews
The food is served in huge portions. They have the worst hash browns! They are called âbrownsâ for a reason. Staff are not terribly friendly or efficient. Will we return? Not sure. There are so many great restaurants that do a good job & want to please their customers.
4 based on 73 reviews
The good thing, is that they allow orders of 1 Egg Benedict, if you aren't very hungry. But the hollandaise sauce is bland and the egg whites not cooked. The fruit was hard and not tasty. I haven't been there in many years and was hoping for a better experience.
4 based on 120 reviews
Loco Moco is so good! Hard to find this surfer fueling up food outside of the islands. They also have Portuguese sausage, spam and kaluea pork! Pancakes come in all flavors and they have outstanding omelets! Indoor outdoor seating and open early .
4 based on 115 reviews
Although I've visited this wonderful country extensively, it's my partner in crime's first visit, so he had to experience a 'real' American pancake breakfast.The staff were absolutely charming, friendly and quickly showed us to our seats, despite the place being busy.The menu is vast and there is just about something for everyone.I chose the corn beef hash with poached eggs which was delicious.Others had the French toast and the Eggs Michael. All excellent.To top it off, my partner was given a 'surprise' pancake as it was his first time! Brilliant!The portions were very generous so arrive with an empty stomach!Special mention has to go to our waiter, Tyler! What a star! Attentive, friendly, great sense of humour, there when you needed him....and handsome to boot! Lol.Certainly worth a visit if in the area, but be warned, it apparently gets VERY busy at weekends!
4 based on 271 reviews
At Opah Restaurant & Bar, we serve the finest fresh fish in Orange County. Carefully hand selected each day to deliver the best quality available. Come in and enjoy the menu created by Marc A. Cohen, One of the Best Chef's in Orange County. The menu is ex
This is a great place for lunch ( I have not had dinner there) with a menu that covers all palets. You can choose from outdoor seating, the bar area or the regular dining area. The service is very good and the menu items unique - I had the tuna tartare appetizer for my meal and it was perfect. My friend had the salmon salad and not only was it beautifully presented but, the salmon was excellent. It was served on top of a large salad with an assortment of farm to table ingredients and a lite dressing. The servers were professional and helped make our meal very enjoyable. I asked the people at the next table how they enjoyed their meals and they said everything was excellent . One person had the pasta and he said it was absolutely perfect!
4 based on 163 reviews
Went in to this dark and relatively empty place for lunch. The country western inspired motif with scratched table tops and torn seat pads the country music blaring in an empty 3 room venue. A convoluted menu you that the cashier said he canât figure out after three months working there. Itâs Mc Donaldâs style counter ordering with a number issued for table delivery. Then the $31 lunch arrived. Real barbecue. Long and slow cooked it was tasty food. 2 pieces of chicken, 4 ribs and some of the best brisket Iâve ever had. Fair potato salad and nasty macaroni salad. The onion rings (4) are huge and seemed pre made. Good not great. Pricey bordering on too high. Ambiance for those that miss dark Smokey bars I couldnât muster a must go to.
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