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About Cavatina at Sunset Marquis
Cavatina- a musical term describing an unembellished melody, beautiful in it's simplicity
Award winning Chef/Restaurateur Michael Schlow, is proud to introduce Cavatina, a new, exciting restaurant serving lunch and dinner at the fabled Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood.
A long time fan and guest of Sunset Marquis, this marks Michael’s first L.A. restaurant and he’s teamed up with Executive Chef Jonathan Kim to present dishes at Cavatina that showcase their unique cooking styles and bold approach to food.
Cavatina boasts an impressive wine list and the restaurant's setting and service embodies Sunset Marquis’ casual and relaxed vibe.
The menu, broken into 4 Categories (Snacks, Crudo, Small Plates, Entrees) offers guests incredible flexibility and gives the chefs the perfect platform to present the beautiful local products available to them.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Mid-day: Daily: 3:00pm-5:30pm; Dinner: Daily 5:30pm -10:30pm, Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 2:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet Parking $10 with validation.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Cavatina can host parties from 10-150, from cocktail parties to seated dinners. Please contact Ameliana at email@example.com for inquiries and details.
We have multiple creative spaces to host your event. From 20-250 people.
Cavatina at Sunset Marquis Ratings and Reviews
Long wait for food, once it arrived, the hot food was cold. We all had salads - it's lunch in LA - a few apps for the table. The food overall were underwhelming, that said, service was great and it's a nice room. Great place for a drink, for a meal, not so much.
The hostess refused to seat us under a heater on the patio unless we ordered from the buffet, this was when the restaurant had exactly one other customer! When I insisted she check with the manager, of course they let us sit under a heater in the empty restaurant! It was downhill from there. Breakfast wasn't good, wait staff wasn't attentive. Won't go back.
A wonderful experience.
I only have one critique. They should not charge for parking since you have to valet it (very little parking on the street). That's a gouge that I really resent when you are spending good money to be there and have almost no choice, unless you want to walk a quarter of a mile.
Jessie and the manager were great! Very friendly and accommodating. It was busy and I think they were short staffed but I think they did a fabulous job keeping everyone happy. They overheard it was our birthdays and even sent us complimentary desserts! I mean... hello 5-star service!
We had such a lovely time here, was not expecting such beautiful gardens or decor. Truly impressed by the scenery and gorgeous pool upstairs where they had live music. All our food and drinks were delicious, the only complaint I had was that our waiter seemed to attend to every table around us several times before coming back. We waited a long time for our wine and just to order even though the inside wasn't particularly busy. I am hoping that was a rare/strange occurrence though because I cannot wait to come back to this breathtaking spot.
If you don't mind sitting a few feet from the likes of Roger Daltry and a few other rock n rollers then you'll love this restaurant's ambiance. Wonderful food, comfortable surroundings, good people watching and the most incredible service...it did take a few minutes longer than I wanted to order a cocktail at the table...but we'd had a few at the bar!
Cavatina at the Sunset Marquis Hotel is a beautiful setting with delicious, well-prepared food. The service can not be beat. The wait staff has been with the restaurant for years and is empowered serve in style and make decisions that fulfill guest desires. Food options are good and each dish is unique and flavorful. I've eaten there many times and loved it every time. I've attended a number of parties as well and they are always beautiful, elegant and fun! Try it. You'll be glad you did.
Cavatina never fails to deliver. The food is awesome, the service is better, and the ambiance cannot be beat! An oasis in the middle of Hollywood, that transports you to your favorite resort hotel feeling.
Angel is a fantastic server, and we request him for every visit.
Food was very good and the service was good and attentive as well...but not what I would have expected for a restaurant in this price-range....a little too casual for fine-dining price point. Drinks were OK...the presentation was fair...like an afterthought.
It is a kind of hidden gem of a spot, though. The ambiance is the whole game here.
Cavatina would be just marvelous as a destination restaurant. You see the comings and goings of interesting looking people (is that Roman Polanski?) and possibly well-known Britishers on perhaps their first business trip to "hollywoodland". But to truly experience this restaurant you will be a resident of the fabled Sunset Marquis. You'll order a bottle of champagne because you aren't driving and savor the soft exterior lighting, the lush greenery and the water feature that creates ambiance and protects those industry conversions from being overhead. You'll take your time knowing you just need to amble back to your villa, or plan on parking yourself at the pool for the rest of the day. The food is just right. Not too hard to decipher, not to much, not too light. Just the right amount of adventurous for the scene and a breakfast selection perfect for the "night before". Just the amount of sophistication you'll need for this old school hideaway favorite of working rockstars and those about to be launched on the scene when they finish their tracks downstairs at the studio. And the restaurant, the hub of it all. Stay cool and you'll feel right at home, the service is discrete and the dishes are perfect, never upstaging the setting and a wine list that is totally on point.
Appetizers were overpriced and very small. The scallop dish was microscopic. Probably one scallop sliced into 8 pieces. The Brussel sprouts were salty as were most of the other dishes. Compared to the dinners we had with Chef Burllion. our entire group of 6 thought the meal was overpriced and mediocre. We split one entree and the waiter didn't even bring a separate place. Great environment and really substandard food and service
We love this restaurant and the ambience and food......Whenever we go to the Morrison Hotel which is attached to this restaurant, for a photo exhibit, we then go to the restaurant for a late night meal. Please make a reservation since they do not love walk ins.
I took my parents here for dinner. This was our first time dining here. I chose this place because I had some friends staying at the hotel weeks prior and while there spotted the restaurant and thought it looked beautiful.
It is very pricey and the plates are very small. We ended up sharing a couple of the small plates. The food tasted great however. If I were to go back here I probably wouldn't do so on my own time because the value just isn't there for me.
The service was great.
The last 2 times I have eaten here they have gotten my order wrong. The time before this I ordered a Cesar salad with no anchovies, but it came with huge anchovies right ontop, I had to pick them out. This last time I ordered the Cobb salad with no blue cheese and there was blue cheese throughout the whole sale I had to sift through to get out. I would have told the waiter both times but he didn't show up until the end of the meal.
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