About Faith & Flower
Faith & Flower is a contemporary Los Angeles restaurant located in the WaterMarke Tower in DTLA’s South Park district. The restaurant’s name pays homage to the two major renaissance periods—the 1920s and modern day—that have fundamentally shaped the Downtown Los Angeles community, with “Flower” referring to the street on which the restaurant lies today, and “Faith” for the street’s alleged name during the early 1920s.
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday: 10:30am - 2:30pm
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm;
Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm;
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Faith & Flower Ratings and Reviews
Do not go here if you are hungry. They w ...
Do not go here if you are hungry. They warn you ahead of time that this is a "sharing" restaurant. Well, I don't know about sharing portions that are the size of a teacup and not at all cheap! The ambiance is lovely albeit noisy with the high ceiling, the service was good but not a place where I would return.
The restaurant is beautiful and the food ...
The restaurant is beautiful and the food was outstanding, drinks were great as well. The bummer about this place is the service. We were there on a Saturday afternoon, it was not that busy. Had to wait over 20 minutes before anyone took our drink order. The food (again, really good) came out separately for all three of us, although they did apologize for that and brought over a free appetizer. When we all had our food we ordered another round of drinks just because we were afraid the waitress would not return If you have a lot of time and don’t mind waiting you should check it out everything was delicious, just need the right frame of mind to go there.
Wonderful ambiance and very creative dec ...
Wonderful ambiance and very creative decor. Food is designed to be shared and each dish was wonderful. The cocktails were awesome and creative as well. Peter was our server and he was very attentive, helpful on both dishes to order and wines and was a delight. Highly recommend Faith & Flower!
An easy favorite restaurant. Food is ve ...
An easy favorite restaurant. Food is very good, service is friendly and the ambiance is nice. Favored dishes are the steak tartare, seafood risotto and oxtail with marrow butter; excellent. It's shared plates and we ordered 6 small and entree sized items which was a good amount for three of us. There was some lag time in service on my last visit, but other than that the meal was well-received by my guests. One guest did not like her cocktail so ordered something else. It would have been nice if the wait staff would have removed the undrunk drink from the tab, as I believe is custom, but a small quibble.
Great atmosphere however service and foo ...
Great atmosphere however service and food was surprisingly subpar. Came here with a group of friends right after the LA auto show and was really looking forward to our brunch however it was not nearly anywhere as good as we had expected based on other reviews. My wife's bourbon pancakes and my prime beef Picadillo were certainly something we can make it home very easily. My friend who was unable to get his eggs made to order to his preference of over hard ended up spending a ton of money for simply having eggs and side order plates of bacon. To be fair if I'm around the area again for lunch or dinner, I would hope to not have the same experience. For now, the two stars are most appropriate.
Second visit and we love the ambience, s ...
Second visit and we love the ambience, service and food. We ordered the persimmon and chicory salad, kanpache ceviche, seared trout, and tagliatelle. All were unusual, but the flavors blended beautifully. Must try the English Milk Punch--a drink of the year award winner. The hazelnut chocolate feuilletine with port for dessert was a perfect ending. It's our favorite downtown LA spot.
Had a great brunch! The service was a li ...
Had a great brunch! The service was a little slow in the beginning. Our whole party wasn't there but we were waiting a very long time to be greeted by our waitress and get water. The food was delicious and the mimosa was amazing. The Eggs Benedict pizza is a must try! Valet parking is $9 with validation pretty typical for Downtown and saves a lot of time instead of driving around looking for street parking.
Food was just ok. My expectations were ...
Food was just ok. My expectations were much higher. We sent back a broccalini dish that tasted very fishy. My fish was undercooked & had to be sent back & it took a very long time. They brought out another dish & then quickly whisked it away... saying they had to remake the dish. Our rib eye was expensive & not what expected.. it was in a lot of sauce.. taste was just ok.. not worth the $...
Our waitress Erica was very soft spoken & very nice!
Faith & Flower never disappoints especia ...
Faith & Flower never disappoints especially when it comes to service! Whenever I am in LA I make a point of heading there - it's a little expensive but it's worth it for the unpretentious staff who makes you feel comfortable and treats you like you're family but special all at the same time!
This is my favorite place to eat in LA. ...
This is my favorite place to eat in LA. The food is amazing. Darwin is one of the best bartenders in LA. The bar is hip and fresh. Jared the sommelier is one of a kind. I look forward to conversation with Jared and Darwin every time I am in town. Great people. The Servers and bussers service makes the great food even better. Everyone is very knowledgeable about what you are being served. We stayed for 3 hours for dinner and after dinner drinks at the bar. Thanks to everyone at Faith and Flower!
My wife and I were there on the earlier ...
My wife and I were there on the earlier side so the lighting/ambience was on the brighter side. They dimmed the lights as we were leaving around 7:30pm setting the mood. Appetizers were very good. I ordered the kanpachi ceviche and my wife ordered the roasted carrots. Cocktails were well crafted. Entrees were prepared well. My wife ordered a wine and we didn't like it. So, the sommelier brought over a wine tasting based on our appetites which was unexpected. Faith & Flower will always be a go to in downtown's ever evolving food destination.
Everything about our experience was wond ...
Everything about our experience was wonderful. The food was phenomenal and the "family style" plates were perfect for our group of 4. The sommelier helped us discover our new favorite wine which paired perfectly with our food. The server was friendly and quick, and answered all of our questions! We will definitely be back!
Been here for several times only for aft ...
Been here for several times only for after office drinks and this was the 1st time I had dinner. (Party of 3)
English Milk Punch - 5/5 topnotch, always my fave.
Deviled Jidori Eggs - 5/5 got this for free, just by checking in thru Yelp.
NY Steak Tartare - 5/5 perfect!
Brocollini - 2/5 too salty for my taste buds
Jerk Marinated Chicken - 4/5 it's tasty but nothing out of the ordinary
Shellfish Risotto- 4/5 tasty but a little bit salty
Smoked Trout - 5/5
Hazelnut Chocolate Feulletine - 4/5 not too sweet, washed off any after taste that the Risotto left on my taste buds
Our bill was pretty expensive compare to it's sister resto Terrine for a party of 6. But if you ask me, I will choose to dine at Faith & Flower again. Their service was impeccable and our server had that genuine smile. ( I have to go through the receipt to get her name though )
The food was not really exceptional but the service was.
**BTW, the open table "tab" didn't work out. we had to use other means of payment.
My husband and I brought my in-laws here ...
My husband and I brought my in-laws here for Sunday brunch and we were blown away! The service was impeccable, the ambiance was beautiful and the food was delicious. Monk was our server and he was wonderful and gave our group fabulous recommendations.
Albacore Carpaccio 9/10 This dish was fabulous and had wonderful flavors. It was served with house made potato chips-- AMAZING.
Eggs Benedict Pizza- 9/10 The pizza was so well cooked and had a beautiful, deep smokey flavor with every bite. Since not everyone was a fan of hollandaise sauce, we ordered it on the side. It was perfect.
Kimchi Cornbread- 9.5/10 Unexpectedly my favorite dish. I was the only one in the group who likes kimchi, but everyone LOVED it. The kimchi flavor is incredibly subtle so you would not notice it unless you were really looking for it. It was sitting in a plate of smoked mozzarella fondue. So incredibly moist and delicious.
Prime beef picadillo 7.5/10- I didn't care for this dish, but others in the group really liked it. Compared to the other dishes, I was underwhelmed. The beef was well cooked but the rice seemed a bit soggy.
Iberian Style Frittata 7/10- This was a good, basic frittata, but again, compared to the other dishes, I wasn't super impressed. There was nothing very memorable about the dish.
Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta- 8.5/10- If you like yogurt or other non-savory desserts, get this. It has a beautiful, light, refreshing finish. It is served with a yuzu granita, which I though was very innovative and delightful.
Fried Apple pies- 8.5/10- This dish was served with three mini-pies in a bowl of thin vanilla custard. The pies were coated in cinnamon and sugar and filled with a delicious apple pie filling.
Overall, such a fantastic experience and a great place to take out of town guests or to celebrate a special occasion. I can't wait to go back to try dinner!
There are relatively few good restaurant ...
There are relatively few good restaurants in this part of downtown and this is a welcome addition. The dishes are unique and well made. The service is prompt and careful.
The restaurant is large and seems to attract many large groups. There is something dissonant about the atmosphere - as it feels a bit like going to a large chain restaurant (Cheesecake Factory perhaps) and not to a smaller, more intimate chef-driven location where you might expect a menu like this.
A bustling Downtown L.A. "scene" restaur ...
A bustling Downtown L.A. "scene" restaurant that is (almost) spoiled by its own popularity. After being seated in the back room where there were two boisterous millennial birthday parties were happening, it soon became clear that we would not be able to enjoy the meal for the DEAFENING noise level, which not much better in the main dining room. The service was very professional and friendly and the food was quite delicious, but the first courses took way too long to come out of the kitchen. I might go back here to eat at the bar by myself, but if you want to have a normal conversation with a friend over dinner, you'll have to find somewhere else that doesn't have the decibel level of a NASCAR racetrack.
I needed a place for a business dinner w ...
I needed a place for a business dinner with someone attending a conference at the JW Marriot / LA Live. It's only a short walk from LA Live. Our server was great--very knowledgeable and appropriately opinionated. The atmosphere was great--lively but not loud. We took our time with really nice cocktails The food was excellent--we shared carpaccio, a kale salad, the oxtail agnolotti and jerk half chicken. Every dish was great. I will definitely go back.
We were there for a Sunday Brunch, the m ...
We were there for a Sunday Brunch, the menu and food are just awesome, highly recommend it. The kimchee cornbread is amazing. On and on, order everything! The room is also beautiful. Great place for a long foodie brunch.
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