Tin Roof Bistro
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Member Reviews (7)
- Tin Roof BistroJun 07, 2013
The Missus and I were such fans of this establishment that we went back just a week later.
This time we got the Brussels sprouts and they were so good. I would say better than how I prepare them at home.
The broccolini was cooked perfectly with the right amount of snap. Although, it could have used a bit more garlic for my taste.
The pizza pepe was not too bad. Not the best pizza I've had, but not the worst by any means. I would say it was an above average pizza. Next time, I'll opt for another pizza; maybe the bacon, date, and mascarpone.
Of course, we got the ahi tuna rolls and they were just as good as the first time!
Again, I had the Bavik Pilsner. Love that beer! The Missus tried their mojito and it was quite stiff!
The service, again, was spot-on. It's hard to find gripes about this joint since they do everything so well.Recommended for:Foodies
- Tin Roof BistroMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Mar 29, 2013
Great place to grab lunch if you are by the airport sandwiches lunch special comes w half a sandwich, salad, and fries! Dinner there is amazing too we had the Sunday Night Special for 2 tasty meatloaf, yummy mashed potatoes, and creamy spinach all for $23! this placr is perfect for a low key date night
- Tin Roof BistroJul 05, 2012
I had lunch at Tin Roof Bistro with co-workers last week. They took me here for a post birthday celebrations. I really liked this place. It is conveniently located near our work in El Segundo. The service was great. We were seated quickly and the staff was very helpful and attentive. The food was also delicious. I ordered the Braised Beef Panino. It was yummy! Very flavorful and the meat was extremely tender. I also got a birthday dessert, which was an added plus. This is a decent lunch spot in the area. It's a little nicer than our normal lunch spots ($15-20), but it was very good.
- Tin Roof BistroFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
I love this unexpected gem located in the parking lot next to Manhattan Village mall. Owned by the same guys as Sloopies, the food is similarly delicious and even includes the Simmzy's burger on the menu. While Simmzy's is the beer haven, Tin Roof is its wine equivelent and has the perfect patio for an afternoon chardonnay. The best part is the avoidance of the downtown Manhattan Beach parking situation and the inevitable Simmzy's hour minimum wait.