About Tres by José Andrés Beverly Hills
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
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).
The food was quite good and we had a lot ...
The food was quite good and we had a lot of good menu options from which to choose. Our waiter also provided good suggestions. Also very good wine.
However the atmosphere is seriously lacking. It feels as though they just stuck some tables in the hotel lobby and called it a restaurant. Not a good date night restaurant.
A fun evening in BH.
We were a party of three visiting from the East Coast for the weekend. We enjoyed our meal and the ambience of the restaurant very much. Our server (apologies but I don't remember her name) was charming and most accommodating. The design of the restaurant is modern and stylish as well as relaxing with tables well spaced. A great choice and we all loved our seafood - shrimp, crab and branzino. Would definitely visit again.
This would be my first time dining at Tr ...
This would be my first time dining at Tres for dinner. I purchased a Gilt deal to give this place a shot. Been to Bazaar many times for dinner, so had expectations that this place would be pretty good as well. The food was definitely amazing. The hush-puppies came out perfectly hot and tasted delicious. The short rib & tagliatelle pasta entrees were both mouthwatering. I obviously got great value out of the Gilt deal, but I wonder if that affected the level of service. Our waiter was just ok... sub par. Nothing bad, but nothing good. Don't think I ever saw him smile at us. Just doing his job I guess. In this regard, I expected more, but regardless I still had a great meal. Will most likely go back for the food. Also, love the decor - the personal fireplace tables. Love.
Good to try once.
This lesser known restaurant is also located at the SLS hotel, next to The Bazaar. There are a variety of tables throughout, both traditional and off-beat. We were seated in front of one of several fireplaces that has a lower table and living room chairs/sofas rather than dining chairs. It was a very comfortable and cozy place to sit.
WATERMELON AND TOMATO SKEWERS $14
- very fresh with the micro basil to top it off, but not worth the price
CROQUETAS DE POLLO $12
Chicken and béchamel fritters. This is also offered at Bazaar. I've now had it a few times and I'm over it.
SEARED SEA SCALLOPS $18
3 perfectly cooked scallops, cut in half, and served with lushious potato cream sauce, white asparagus, and bacon
SEARED BRANZINO $32
Crispy skin served with a nice fennel puree, wild mushrooms, endive, and citrus vinaigrette
HOMEMADE PAPPARDELLE PASTA $30
Egg 63 topped with parmesan foam, serrano hay, truffle. The pasta was overdone and not al dente. Flavors were a bit muddled and bland.
COCO ROUGE $12
Rich, milk chocolate mousse topped with raspberry and coconut streusel. The streusel added a nice, crunchy texture.
Good, but not great food. Service is very friendly but not the most efficient.
parking - valet, metered, or limited free street parking
I loved the whole ambience, service was excellent
I love SLS Hotels and try and eat there whenever I get the chance. I also really admire Chef Jose Andre and have had many opportunities to eat at his various restaurants around the world. I am never disappointed. Tres was perfect for my pre-Valentine's dinner. The service was spot on, timing of the plates in-between each course was perfect and the taste...too die for. Truly enjoyed my evening.
Service was not up to par.
Perhaps it was because it New Years Eve but the food was served cold (steak). It took over 20 minutes to get a glass of wine. The waiter was not around much although when he was he was friendly and trying to please. The menu was quite varied but it seemed they didn't know where they were going with it. I couldn't figure out the theme. I though this was Spanish type restaurant but one of our favorite dishes was the baba ganoush, tatziki appetizer. The quality of the ingredients was great. They need to do away with those tall tables. Nobody liked them. They just don't belong in this type of elegant restaurant. I do plan to come here again perhaps for their high tea. One more thing the Valet was $26 after the $2 discount from the validation. Well LA is getting more expensive and we do have to pay for the location. I may park on the street next time.
My teenage daughter and I ate here after going to the spa at Ciel. We were looking for good food in a low-key setting. Tres was perfect. We ate lightly, but well. The service was friendly and efficient. We enjoyed it very much and will definitely come back.
Selectively limited fine dining with unique decor and extraordinarily civilized ambiance for those who believe dining is as much a relaxing, harmonious relationship event as it is a "trough" one.
Service is solicitous, especially as watched over by "Andrew" and "Raheleh" is a warm, welcoming Hostess par excellence.
Loved this brunch
Definitely my new favorite brunch spot. Been to Saam twice so I already had high expectations going in (but knew not to expect the same level as those). Was not disappointed. Loved the spread. The smoked salmon was incredible. I loved the cheeses and meats and the burrata. Loved the assortment of fresh fruits and parfaits and juices. I wanted to order the cava but I'm currently pregnant so in a few months I'm going back for sure! Loved this brunch, worth every penny both in terms of quality of food and variety. Can't wait to return!
I loved the relaxed feel of this place. ...
I loved the relaxed feel of this place. The back area was cozy and romantic, like being in your own living room. Excellent food. Especially the house made Patatas Bravas Chips with the garlic aioli (OMG!!!). The short rib was succulent and tender (yummy). The Jidori Chicken was tender, juicy and very delicious. Dessert was very good as well. I can't wait to come back.
Job well done Tres!!!
The chic and well-designed place
The place was chic and classy we went there for a sunday brunch for buffet,I was expecting a large brunch buffet but it was really small they even didn't have bacon or roasted potatoes in their buffet,so we just get one buffet and my family preferred to order from the menu instead of paying 42$ per person for the buffet,but the quality was outstanding.
It was a decent experience. There is no ...
It was a decent experience. There is nothing bad about it. The prices are reasonable, the service was mediocre, the ambiance was not there, despite se decor. Yet, when you go to a place with José Andrés name on it you are forced to expect something much more memorable. I wish José Andrés would not just put his name on places like this because it really is a disservice to the culinary industry and especially the Spanish Culinary industry as a whole.
Good not great
Food is good, but is B-league compared to the Bazaar next door. Service is competent, but imperfect. The room is absolutely lovely, and pleasantly quiet. One serious complaint is a wine list that starts at $60 per bottle, and $35 corkage in case you try bringing your own.
The ambiance is very hip and the staff v ...
The ambiance is very hip and the staff very pleasant, even the valet. Watermelon appetizer was very good as was the shrimp but we wish they would have told us they aren't completely shelled. The crab cakes were good but nothing original. My lemon tart was more like lemon custard in a lemon meringue pie and was tasty. My husband enjoyed his chocolate cake but said it wasn't memorable. All portions were small which was fine, I don't need/want to over eat anyway. Our biggest complaint is that management did nothing to remove a constantly crying baby or 2 kids that were "fake surfing" on the couches while the parents sipped cocktails. I'm unclear as to when high end restaurants allowed kids to be savages or when parents became so self absorbed and rude to ignore them and ruin other peoples dinner. Restaurants will need to put a child cut off time of 6:30p if this continues or parents should just give it up and get a sitter, either way we probably will not return.
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