Nice lunch. Establishment needs a facelift . Pretty run down restrooms. Nice service and ok food. Great value for the money too.
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This restaurant is a cut above the usual Marie Callenders. We were there for a late lunch, service slow but the food was good and we weren't in a hurry.
The food here is like grandmother used to make. It is tasty and fairly healthy. The pies and desserts are also very good. You will not go away hungry or disappointed.
Comfort food that is tired and unimaginative. Without many menu choices, I chose the pot roast with roasted vegetables and mashed potatoes. Corn bread was complementary. The prices are on the high side for the value received. While the pot roast was not bad, it...More
Came here with my family on our first trip to L.A. The braised beef/pot roast with mashed potatoes and veggies was incredible! We also got the famous chicken pot pie, which was good but didn't wow me. Angel hair pomodoro was excellent, buffalo chicken pizza...More
This was my first time here but I heard about their pies. This location is very large with a 2nd floor(used for weddings/private events). There are many booth tables and a long bar. The interior has a nice Victorian era look with historic photos on...More
Terrible service... from reservation. I was put on hold til line was cut 3 times, calling at 4 pm. Then when I called to change the time to 19:30-19:40, the lady asked "so which is it? 19:30 or 19:40?" Food was SUPER slow. Spareribs were...More
So it's been years since I've been to a Marie Callender's Resturant, being I live on the East Coast. So decided to go and came across this one being the closest to my hotel. To my surprise this was an upgraded version, called Callender's Grill....More
Discovered this gem of a restaurant 2 years ago when we drove Route 66 to California. Since then we have returned 2 more times to the LA area and have made dining at Marie Callender's on Wilshire a top priority. The food is excellent, best...More