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4.5 based on 388 reviews
Good Stuff continues to offer great food and with outdoor seating and a great view to boot. The breakfast was excellent with the freshest ingredients. I had an omelet and my husband had the chicken wrap. Great service and so Pet Friendly, they offer a pet menu. Great food with a fun environment.
4.5 based on 275 reviews
I chose this restaurant because I loved the name....it was like gum on the sole of your shoe. You couldn’t shake the memory and visual it created in my mind. As I stepped inside, I was greeted by a very perky hostess whose charm was the underlying thread of all of FWD( yes there was an anacronym) staff. I tried the Peruvian scallops ( delicious, slightly sweet and slightly tart); the clam chowder( very tasty) and finished with a bit of heaven disguised a Key lime pie...... as a huge fan of Key Lime Pie who has tried it everywhere I could find it all over the world, I can honestly say this was one of the best key lime pie that I have ever tasted!
4.5 based on 204 reviews
A casual neighborhood hangout serving affordable home style Euro-French cuisine
We love this little gem tucked away in South Redondo Beach. Food is always great and service couldn’t be better. The only thing I would say is come early because the parking lot is pretty small.
4.5 based on 252 reviews
Right on the beach in Iconic Hermosa Beach. Great Mexican food. Very authentic right down to the staff working. Very friendly staff. Pretty extensive menu also. Only has 10 tables so depending when you go it could be busy. The food is worth it though. There is a large parking structure within a block. Otherwise parking will be a problem. Very busy little city. Lots of bars And restaurants. La Playita ranks right up there with excellent food, large portions, reasonable prices.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Nick's is dedicated to perfecting the dining experience through continuous innovation, offering the highest quality food and beverage, and executing impeccable standards of hospitality. NOW SERVING BREAKFAST ON WEEKENDS 8AM-12:00NOON
This restaurant is perfect for any special occasions or just meeting with friends. The food is excellent and cooked the way you would request, the service was outstanding. It is situated is a commercial square near the Shade Hotel. It has outdoor and indoor seating, with heat lamps outdoors if needed. The ambiance is causal and friendly but definitely upscale. The seared seabass on greens is always a favorite as is the shrimp enchiladas. The beet salad was also great. They have a very good selection of wines with premium wines by the glass (eg Silver Oak). It can get a little pricey depending on your selections, but overall an excellent venue. There's parking both around the square of public parking structures across the street.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Serves grilled fresh fish
This is my new go-to seafood restuarnat I had the grilled trout with cole slaw and grilled zuchinni. OMG, everything was absolutely delicious. they give you generous portions and the prices are much less than expected. Even though it's in a strip mall (with many other restaurants) it has a very cozy and comfortable ambiance with friendly and efficient employees. I will definitely return to try the fish and chips.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Martha's has a great location, 1 block from the beach. Its an old time local favorite and usually has a large crowd waiting to get in. We've been many times in the past and always been pleased (other than the wait but that's not their fault!) Breakfast this Saturday morning, however was very disappointing. On the plus side: The service was good. On the down side: I asked for an omelet with a little bit of bell peppers. It came with a ton of under-cooked peppers. The hash browns were tasteless and a bit stale. My wife had eggs Benedict. The hollandaise sauce was mediocre and the English muffin was stale/tough. The coffee had a burned taste. .
4.5 based on 656 reviews
We went there on an off night, and were seated quickly. The service was good, and the management was also involved. The food was relatively unique in how it was prepared, which led to good taste options on one item, but not another. The Salmon Sandwich was great. However, the jumbalya was highly recommended, but it was more like the seafood was a pesto style and it just happened to be on rice; not exactly what you think of when you think jumbalya. (Yes I know I am not spelling it correctly, but I do know what it to expect. ;) ) It was however well prepared, and had salmon, which is also not typical for that dish.
I also had the brussels sprouts side dish, which was more like a cole slaw made out of brussels sprouts, and while I didn't like it, it was different.
4.5 based on 349 reviews
Pollys on the Pier is moving to the Redondo Pier. Great breakfast, brunch spot. Great views... Good service and reasonable prices. Anxious to see the new set up
4.5 based on 197 reviews
Our Sunday brunch here was mouth watering! The eggs benedict was offered with a unique take: hammone serrano rather than the usual Canadian bacon (no offense to the Canadians!) Our waiter was delightful. We were seated outdoors so we could watch all of the beach go-ers before we headed there ourselves.
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