About Faith & Flower
Los Angeles, CA 90015
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
$30 and under
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, 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
Romantic ambiance, really great (although not too long) menu presented in a creative way. Great wine list. Food is amazing, the dessert we had (recommended by the server) was beyond fantastic. Celebrated our anniversary there and didn't regret. Beautiful decor as well.
Our reservations were for 930p, we were about 20mins early and after checking in, we went to the bar to have a couple of drinks. The bartenders there that evening were very attentive, the cocktails were very very good. But we didn't get seated for dinner till just after 10p. We didn't start dinner till about 1030p. While our server was amazing... the food was so so. It was a fixed menu, we were aware of that. It all sounded very delicious though. Out of the 6 plates served, we only enjoyed two. I've been here many times before, but never for an event such as Valentine's Day. I'll keep coming back on a regular menu day, but not for an occasion like that.
Came for brunch and upon arrival, there were maybe 4 tables of customers, we were told to give the hostess a few minutes to check us in. Gave her about 5 before walking up to the podium again. She said it would be 15 minutes and to wait at the bar. Okay no problem. 15 minutes goes by and I head back to the podium. She asks my name and you can clearly see by the look on her face she never checked my name in. Luckily we were seated in one of the many open tables - ;) - Took the waiter, not joking, 17 minutes we counted! to come and bring water. Another 20 for those mimosas. And you can guess what the continuation of service was. Food was pretty delicious but I've found their lack of normal paced service to be a pretty common theme both during the daytime and evening. Definitely not a place to go to if you have any other plans that day.
I wasn't impressed. I took a girlfriend here to celebrate her birthday. I made reservations but we still had to wait at the bar for about 20 minutes even though there were plenty of open tables. Once we were seated, it took about 15 mintues to get our drink order and then another 20 after that to take our food order. The food took about an hour to come out. We were ravenous by the time it came. I was not impressed.
Amazing decor, menu and cocktails. Been several times always amazing, except today, worst service - seated 10:50 ordered and drinks put down 40 minutes later after asking two times, the second time our server said (after waiting 30 minutes) well you know they come from the bar, so....🤔 worst server of life. She has blond hair, pulled back and curly. She was just not meant to be there today. Our food took an hour 15 to be served and eating with another couple, their meal was served 5 minutes before ours. Over all, won't go back for brunch.
Manager gave us 25% off...no water refills, no coffee refilled, had to beg for service. Sad.
We went for brunch. It wasn't crowded, but each dish took a long time to come out. We had the kanpachi ceviche which was served with potato chips. They didn't quite compliment the fish. The prime beef picadillo was just ok. Definitely not worth the price even if the ground beef is prime. It just lacked flavor. The same goes for the $10 hash browns. If I'm paying premium prices, I expect over the top flavors that wow with every bite. What we did like was the kimchee cornbread, the eggs Benedict pizza, and fried apple pie. These were all very good, but not great enough to go back for again. Service was top notch. Great staff.
Came for a work celebration. Everything was fantastic.
Seafood Risotto was the star.
Great recommendations from the sommelier. Knowledgeable and not pretentious.
Our reservation was for 5 and we were offered a table for four with a chair on the end. We asked for a bigger table and were quickly accommodated.
Great location and ambiance - I loved the décor! I went for lunch and service was a little slower than I would have preferred but the food was delicious! Portions were also smaller than I'd like but that seems to be the theme in LA. I'd definitely come back.
I'm watching my cholesterol so I was pleased to see an egg white frittata on the menu - and it had a wonderful herb flavor to it with some veggies thrown in. I had a piece of my friends kimchee cornbread, it was tasty but I was expecting more of a punch from the kimchee. Good decaf coffee.
Good ambiance and service. Food was overall good. It's small plates, so they recommend a few plates per person. It can get expensive. We had the jerk chicken (good, but a little bland), deviled eggs, chicory salad (delicious), 12oz steak (cooked to perfection), garganelli pasta (incredible) and tempura green beans.
Leap of Faith absinthe cocktail was an experience and totally worth the splurge.
Our waiter was really nice and made some good suggestions. The drink menu was very good, I'd recommend the risotto for anyone checking out this place. 😋
It was very loud, but seemed like they were having an event there that night so that may be why.
Perfect place to order a few different things, and share with friends.
The lighting was very calm and low perfect for a date. 👌🏽
Even though it was a Tuesday it was packed so k would recommend not missing your reservation time! I was late and had to wait another 30 minutes before we were seated.
Service was awful, Friday night and Dine LA week. Hopefully this was the reason, but we never saw our server. Even when we asked for dessert menus he dropped them off and then came back like 15 minutes later. Needless to say we didn't order dessert nor will we becoming back!
The main courses were delicious and well presented. The oysters during happy hour were however, the smallest things we had ever seen. They were like the size of really tiny over cooked muscles after shrinking in the heat. Definitely not the place for oysters at all!
We sat outside as the bar/lounge area was full. As we were the only people sat outside I think we may have been forgotten about at first as it took them 10 minutes to come outside to take our order.
Amazing food and ambience. Quality food well worth the price. We each had a choice of 2 appetizers. There were 3 of us so we tried all of them. My friend was allergic to shellfish and the waitress showed real concern and made sure none of her items came in contact with any shellfish, which was very much appreciated. The appetizers were also regular size. Some places like to skimp, not Faith and Flower. The salads were delicious as well as the tempura green beans, albacore ceviche and beef carpaccio. The deviled eggs were ok. For the entree, we had the jerk chicken, butternut squash risotto and the trout. All were amazing, I enjoyed the trout the most. For dessert, we tried the panna cotta and a chocolate dessert. They both hit the spot. The only complaint is it could have been a little bigger. Overall, the experience at Faith and Flower was wonderful. Dinela gives patrons a chance to check out a restaurant and for the restaurant to impress their customers. I was impressed and will definitely go back. I highly recommend the dinela menu.
Horrible, lackadaisical service at brunch today. The place was packed but we were seated in the patio area along with another table of two ladies.
We didn't receive our food until 2pm (sat down at 1230pm reservation) not much apologies except the kitchen is backed up.
Meanwhile, the only other table in the patio with the two ladies received their oysters, kimchee corn bread, two lunch entrees, 3 cocktails (each) and 1 rose wine (each) their desserts and whatever else, while it took them 1.5 hours to even serve us our first bite which is the deviled eggs and then all the food S L O W L Y started appearing.
Over rated and over it.
Overall it was a nice experience, but the service was incredibly slow. My friend and I ended up rushing to a movie we initially had plenty of time before because everything took so long. But, on the plus side, my friend was 15 minutes late to our reservation, and they still sat us at a table without an issue.
Faith & Flower...where to begin...
Let's start with the positives: 1.) Service was out of this world. Never in my life have I had a dining experience with staff who was more friendly, helpful, and eager to make my dining experience as enjoyable as possible. I really tip my hat to the waitress that helped us that night; 2.) The alcoholic beverages there were incredible as well. They have some sort of a punch drink that is filtered/distilled with milk that is very good. They are innovative to say the least; 3.) Amount of food (Family-style mind you) that was provided was great and does not fit the stereotype of some 'higher-class', expensive restaurants.
Now the negatives: 1.) I was very disappointed in the taste of the food. We ordered a wide variety of food from pizza and green beans to albacore carpaccio and ox-tail (Their most popular dish according to my server). My friend and I agreed that our favorite food was a starter pear salad, and that no other dish really stood out to us; 2.) The noise was a bit crazy at points to where my friend and I couldn't hear each other from only a few feet away.
In short: I would solely recommend going to F&F for their great, innovative drink menu and their service. Their food was sub-par.
I came to Faith & Flower on a dineLA event, to try it finally, and was surprisingly shocked. The food was good the service was super friendly, love the uniforms at the waitstaff wore, and everyone seemed to really make sure that you had a great time. It could've been because the event but I have a feeling this place seems to run this way on a normal basis. I will say I felt a little bit uncomfortable in jeans and a T-shirt it seems like a little bit more upscale place not really super fancy but definitely not just walking off the street after running errands kinda attire.
There is a cool vibe and lively yet posh ambiance about Faith and Flower. The service staff were all very helpful and seated us according to our preferences. The cocktails are a bit pricey, but have unique names/inspirations and look and taste good. Would recommend this upscale dining for a fancy occasion or romantic date to impress someone. The whole of the menu can be pricey since they serve dishes family style and suggest two to three dishes per person to have a full meal.
I've been wanting to go to Faith and Flower for a long time so when we were looking for brunch before a show at the Ahmanson, we decided to give it a try. The restaurant is gorgeous - no doubt about that.
We weren't into sharing plates at brunch so we all chose our own things. I decided on the smoked trout benedict. I give it a C-. First of all it wouldn't hurt to pretty up the plate with greens but the big issue I had is that the trout was fridge-cold, too sweet and not very smoky. I was starving so I ate it but wouldn't recommend. My husband had the pancakes and a side of bacon. The bacon was delicious and he liked the pancakes. One of our friends ordered the hamburger but asked for no bun and a salad or veggies or fruit instead of fries (New Years resolution). This was apparently a big deal. It required multiple trips by our server to the kitchen and back. First it was that fruit or veg would be an upcharge. Not cool but ok. Then server said usually they sub with salad giving the impression no upcharge - so friend says ok. Server came back later and said even salad would be an upcharge. Whatever. At this point just bring the food. Burger arrived - ON A BUN. With a salad that was just simply dressed arugula. Nothing else. The upcharge didn't appear - not sure it was because a. they forgot b. there wasn't actually an upcharge or c. it was a comp because of the bun mistake. Anyhoo - it wasn't a great impression.
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