8221 W Third St, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9004834.072654 -118.368753
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Neighborhoods: Central LA, Beverly Center
Popular shooting location and celeb hangout, this tasty breakfast and lunch hotspot combines a Hamptons-style with an LA vibe.
Not only is the food wonderful the restaurant staff is too! I cannot wait to return for another great meal. – I have had breakfast at Toast twice and both times I have had a great meal. I could not leave without indulging in one of their delicious cupcakes. On my last visit I left a photo album of my grandchildren and Kenny was kind enough to mail it to me. That is what I call "going the extra mile". I cannot wait to dine at Toast on my next visit to California.
Love this place – I have been eating at Toast for years now and i love it. I eat at toast almost 5 times a week and have never found anything in my food. I have a feeling that some people who write reviews are workers from other restuaurants. It is sad that some companies would bash other companies like that. Toast is the best. Come out and try it for yourself.
Black creature in my omelette! – Not only was the service horribly slow, there was part of a c**ckroach in my omelette. This place is disgusting!
Not Worth the Wait – This place is so crowded for brunch on the weekends that it makes going there unpleasant. The food is good, but their are plenty of other good brunch spots around town where you don't have to wait an hour to be seated.
Best Red Velvet Cupcakes – Okay I love this place. They have incredible salads, sandwiches, and OMG the RED VELVET CUPCAKES are to die for!! Great Service and fresh products. Check it out immediately!!
Just the Best – Love this place, the wait is worth it. Good service and if it wasn't for the "illegal Mexicans" I doubt the food would be as good. Always have the French Toast the best I've ever had, fluffy and filling. Decent prices and wide variety of food as well.
More ?Toast,? please! – This is one of my favorite spots for brunch in the city. I love their Favorite omelette (yes, that?s its name) with feta cheese, avocado, spinach and sundried tomatoes. It?s like a bite of California and the Mediterranean all rolled into one. Their French toast also incredibly fluffy and sweet without being too syrupy. It?s really nice to sit outside the restaurant and people watch or sit inside and let your eyes feast upon the cakes and other sweet treats behind the counter. Only downside is street parking in the area can be hard to come by and waits on the weekends get long. But the food definitely makes up for it!
Has potential... – I went for lunch here quite a few times now, & I cannot say the service is getting any worse....nor any better. The 1st time I was alone for a weekday lunch & it took a good 15 minutes for me to noticed at the table. Eventually I had put my order in, & I don't think I saw the server again until I was about to leave. I had the sandwich combo with soup & side (turkey baguette, potato corn chowder, fries) which was really good. I did get a free cupcake out of this (my server saw me selecting my dessert & apologized for taking so slow.) Which inspired me to come back again with a friend. She too was familiar with the slow service, but overall I guess we came for the food (we both had breakfast items) & left semi-satisfied. Finally, I took 2 friends from out of town & although they even brought up how bad the service was, the food was enjoyable. I noticed how some people commented on how the busboys didn't seem to understand a thing. Sadly, this is true. You ask them one simple question & they go blank. Other places don't seem to have this problem. But Toast could be better. I feel bad when other writers here said it used to be really good. I wish I was able to come back then to experience it in its heyday...
Great breakfast! – I go to Toast all the time for a late breakfast. It's got a great, long menu and offers a little something for everyone. I'm especially a fan of their create-your-own scramblettes. Their fruit cups are excellent and always consist of very fresh fruit. I don't often get sandwiches or salads, but I've heard their salads are good and they always look good when I see other people get them. I also like that they have a bakery there where you can get fresh orange juice or cupcakes (which are really good considering the fact that they're only $2 something!). The only downside is that they are always busy and the wait can be very long if you go on the weekend.
Not impressed at all – I was told I had to go to Toast for the best meal of my life. Well, I went and had the worst meal of my life.
The illegal mexicans cooking looked dirty with unwashed hands. The waitress did not take my order for at least 15 minutes even after saying I was ready when I first sat down.
The food was not fully cooked, the water glass was dirty, and the place it self smelled of bleach.
Do yourself a favor, just walk away.
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