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User Reviews (9 Reviews)
- CleoMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Feb 12, 2014
Not only is the establishment GORGEOUS, the tapas here are moutherwateringly delicious, the service is great and the prices are reasonable for a place like this.
- CleoMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesAdventure Travelers+ 1Feb 01, 2013
This lovely resto is located in the Redbury Hotel, which has a great, edgy vibe. It's always packed, and the service is nice, but slow. That's the only real downside. There is a huge selection of tapas and entrees to choose from, and the prices range from $6-$25. Drinks are amazing. Went with my best girlfriend and we sampled a bunch of different dishes and we loved the lamb shank special (fall off the shank tender) and the brussel sprouts (loved this enough to get 2 orders). On the other hand, we found the pork belly "kebab" to be totally meh; it was dry and tough to cut, let alone chew.
- CleoOct 26, 2012
Cleo is by far one of my most fav restaurants in the neighborhood. I love the romantic, sexy vibe of the restaurant.
Valet parking is $9 with validation and its a great choice for a pre theater dinner spot. Leave the car there and save money on parking because most other lots are $20 and will take you much longer to get in and out of while the service at Redbury is very quick.
The food is always outstanding. I've gone here and gone way out - ordering WAY too much and I've gone and stuck to a few dishes and left completely satisfied.
After dining in last night I knew it was time for me to give up a review for this place. I usually sit in the interior dining room and last night when we were sat in the first dining room, it was something new. At first, I wondered if I liked it as much as the other room and after leaving I realized I really did. It's much more intimate and we had a great corner table for two which was perfect. It's very dimly lit, so get ready to use the light from your phone to read the menu if you aren't familiar with it but if you are going for the romance factor I'd actually suggest requesting this dining area over the other due to it's more intimate nature - the other room is gorgeous but a lot more hustle and bustle with much more noise. If you are going out with girlfriends or a larger more social energetic group that may be your preference over the smaller front room.
The brussel sprouts are amazing! I also really love the Lebaneh with Feta served with fresh bread - soooo good!
The kebabs are ok - I don't eat a lot of meat, but for those who want a little protein - they are a fine choice.
I've had a couple different flat breads - all of them are great. The artichoke and mushroom are two that stand out at the moment. Also, if you order the kabobs they come with a spicy side dip that I like to spread onto the flat breads :) sort of like my own version of a chili paste.
My Mom loves the beet salad, the couscous is great as is a veggie soup I've had.
This is pretty much a win win place with anything you select.
Their Cambria Pinot Noir is also a nice addition to any meal if you prefer red to white.
I have never tried any of their mixed cocktails, they are rumored to be amazing.
You will not be disappointed.
They are also great with getting you in and out if you are in a time crunch to catch a show at Pantages.