About Tres by José Andrés Beverly Hills
Los Angeles, CA 90048
James Beard award-winning chef José Andrés serves up a menu of comfort cuisine with a twist for breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus inspired cocktails. A sophisticated and secluded sanctuary peppered with cozy nooks, books and fireplaces, Tres by José Andrés, situated in the lobby of SLS Hotel, blends the soul of home with the luxury of exceptional service.
Weekend brunch features tabletop displays of caviar selections, specialty smoked salmon and inventive egg dishes.
Afternoon tea, served daily, showcases traditional sweet and savory selections paired with a variety of distinctive teas and coffees.
Contemporary American, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am – 11:00am
Brunch (Saturday - Sunday): 11:00am – 3:00pm;
Lunch Daily: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Afternoon Tea Daily: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Dinner: Sunday-Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm,
Friday-Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:30pm.
San Vicente Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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Valet parking at the SLS Hotel is available for $8 with lunch validation, $14 for dinner.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, High Tea, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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A sophisticated and secluded sanctuary peppered with cozy nooks, books and fireplaces, Tres by José Andrés, situated in the lobby of SLS Hotel, blends the soul of home with the luxury of exceptional service.
Tres by José Andrés Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
Booked afternoon tea here with friends r ...
Booked afternoon tea here with friends recently. Not a cozy place, it's dark with a few fire side tables and the others out in the lobby. Food was good, tiny portions but beautifully presented and tasty. There were plenty of staff, but we had 5 different people serve us so it was a bit disjointed. Add $14 parking and it's a pricey tea!
It took 4 confirmations to finally have ...
It took 4 confirmations to finally have restaurant acknowledge my reservation. One thru Open Table, 1 by email and 2 phone calls. Was sent email requiring credit card authorization form plus $100 cancellation fee if less than 24hr notice. The email was sent 10:14pm night before and reservations were 3:15 next day. Service lacking at High Tea with plenty wait staff not enough attention. Saving grace was the food and ambiance. Better experience elsewhere for cost and service.
Upon arrival to Tres, we were greeted by ...
Upon arrival to Tres, we were greeted by a hostess whom kindly offered coffee or tea that's situated in a designated area, but there was no coffee in the dispenser and no one cared to offer us any. We were seated 15 min after our arrival and that's when things got really frustrating. When I opened the menu I noticed that the price of the brunch was not $42 like it's listed on their website, but apparently for New Year's Day it's increased to $85. I am not opposed to places charging more for special days like this, but I firmly believe that there should be some sort of notification on their website or have one of their many staff members in their food and beverage department contact their guests prior to inform them of any price increases. I encouraged the rest of my family to have a great time and just go with the $45 (children)/$85 brunch/buffet menu, but instead they felt uncomfortable that I had been put in this situation without knowing. So out of a party of 5, I was the only one who went with the buffet option while the rest of my family instead went with the ala carte options. They had a version of eggs Benedict (jamon or salmon), in which all of their eggs where poached hard (maybe I missed when the server mentioned that it would be.. but I doubt she said anything about it). My son had Spanish style French toast which I didn't try. Included in the price of my $85 menu was a glass of Cava which never arrived to my area (communal table) and because there was no presence by our server, I walked up to what looks like a service bar and asked the bartender if I can get the glass of Cava that was suppose to be offered. Service was extremely SLOW! No one offered to refill our waters till nearly the end of our dining experience and because it was a buffet.. I made 3 trips to try different savory items, but no one cleared any of my plates that was collecting next to me. All in all, it was not a great experience from beginning to end... but who am I to judge
We had Christmas Day Brunch at Tres. We ...
We had Christmas Day Brunch at Tres. We were late getting seated, but otherwise the food and service were excellent. We had the brunch buffet. The choices were all fabulous. I considered this to be an excellent brunch and a good value for the price. I would love to return to the restaurant.
horribly loud, house music. sub-par serv ...
horribly loud, house music. sub-par service, and i was a server, so i am really sensitive to how difficult it can be. but it wasn't busy. not a good place for a holiday or family dinner. no festive ambiance. a little too pretentious and hip. food was average, and overpriced. would not return, if not for all of the above reasons, then because the valet is something ridiculous like $23/hour.
The experience at Tres begins with the d ...
The experience at Tres begins with the dining room. The main area is like eating in your living room. We thought it was brilliant. The staff was very friendly and treated us like they were glad we were there. We don't usually dine at gourmet restaurants, but we knew enough to expect medium sized portions. Thw quality and taste more than made up for that, however. I would strongly recommend Tres for an evening meal, but the real magic is the weekend brunch. The variety of offerings is unmatched. Well worth the price.
Food was great as always. We think it's ...
Food was great as always. We think it's the best brunch in town. We were disappointed in the service yesterday. Though this was the first time it ever happened since we have been going there. We were well through our brunch and the drinks we ordered didn't show up. And each time we needed something, we actually had to get up to go look for a waitstaff!!!
Unique and outstanding brunch buffet (no ...
Unique and outstanding brunch buffet (no pancakes or waffles in sight). Really incredible offerings. You can order off the ala carte menu that does have traditional brunch options but the buffet is so amazing, you won't want to. The menu seems to vary by the season. We had a "shot" of corn chowder that was the best corn chowder I have ever tasted. Jose Andres does ham like no other, so having ham on bread with crushed tomatoes ("pan con tomate") is as good as it gets. There is also a carving station, a fruit station which had an outstanding greek yogurt and fruit compote parfait. They had a few different kinds of crostini/small bites which I am sure vary by the week. When we were there, they had burrata cheese with pears on toast and salmon moose on a cornbread. The desserts were varied very good. Especially good was a mini pumpkin pie and a mini banana cream pie and their mini cookies are first rate.
We had a lovely dinner. The restaurant i ...
We had a lovely dinner. The restaurant is actually part of the lobby of the SLS Hotel, but it feels like it's in a different world. We were seated in one of the private "rooms," which are spaces designed to look like a comfortable, but elegant room in your house. We were in an adorable living room/study with fireplace, sofa, and coffee table. The food was excellent. A wonderful dining experience!
We love tres, the chicken tastes delicio ...
We love tres, the chicken tastes delicious.. We went on a weekday for lunch, we were expecting the buffet lunch but they said they only do that weekends.. The lady brought us the dessert area wheee they only open it at night, we bought chocolates.. Love the place and the food, we will go back here again
Met a girlfriend for lunch and ordered: ...
Met a girlfriend for lunch and ordered: 2 glasses of cava prosecco, trio of hummus, tzatziki, baba ganoush with pita chips, the braised short rib sandwich was more like a flat bread sandwich and the jidori torta milanesa, endive with Apple salad was bland and mostly endive leaves, French fries and fresh fruit...all good not remarkable. Valet, hostess, waitresses and servers were very professional and nice. The hotel decor is spectacular, mix of modern, classic and whimsy. Would recommend for meeting friends for cocktails and appetizers only.
Tres is the best place in Beverly Hills ...
Tres is the best place in Beverly Hills for a private, quiet and classy lunch. Perfect for a business lunch. Also great for an extended and leisurely lunch on Fridays. I was seated in front of a fireplace and it was really cozy. The food was excellent as expected. My favorite spot for lunch.
Used to be better. The food is tasty ove ...
Used to be better. The food is tasty overall but nothing special.
However, the service is greatly lacking. No warmth or charm, no checking to see how you are enjoying the meal. Once the check arrived, impossible to find the server to pay the bill. Was so fed up after about 10 minutes, ended up leaving cash when I usually pay with credit.
I will not be returning.
Great place for business meetings or rom ...
Great place for business meetings or romantic dates although the seats are not very comfortable. However, the food was amazing, service was great and the overall atmosphere was nice and private. I will definitely return.
Have a gilt city coupon for dinner here and it was outstanding. Food presentation was beautiful, service was attentive but not overbearing, and although the setting (sat on a couch for dinner) unusual, it really felt like we were dinning at home in front of a fire..... really neat idea and a special night. Only downside has nothing to do with the restaurant, but be prepared to pay almost $20 to park as this is located in a hotel and you have to valet your car (no self parking).
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