ClosedOpens at 08:00
$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
11049 W Magnolia Blvd, Los Angeles
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Los Angeles, California, USA

NoHo Arts District is a must to visit before tasty meals at this restaurant. According to the guests' reviews, Greek and Mediterranean dishes here are quite good. To order mouthwatering chicken gyro, chicken shawarma and chicken pita is a truly good idea. You will be offered tasty caramel cheesecakes, baklava and chocolate cakes. It might be cool to enjoy delicious wine. Great mint lemonade, ice tea or iced coffee are the best drinks of Rodini Park.

This place is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. A number of guests think that prices are affordable for what you receive. At this spot, visitors can enjoy the nice atmosphere and divine decor. Trip users marked this restaurant with 4 stars, you can check it out.

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One of my constant go-to's. Everyone's friendly, food is consistently great.
Greek food and the feeling here is excellent. Service is always excellent even when they have a full house. Certainly worth a return trip. It has a cool feel to it.
I needed to eat somewhere pre-theatre, and I went back and forth between a number of places before deciding to give Rodini Park a go. I opted for the lamb shank, which actually was quite nicely cooked, to the point where it was falling off the bone tender. The accompanying "turmeric rice," as I believe they called it, was fitting and flavorful. Things kind of went downhill from here. First off, they asked me if it was for here or to go, and I told them I was eating in (I pretty much never get anything to go), but apparently they misheard me, so everything eventually ended up in a big disposable takeout box, which wasn't a great way to eat it. But before we even get there, I continued down the line. I added their free add-ons, at which point, at least for me, the folks behind the counter could have been a little clearer. You get two toppings without a charge, so I opted for hummus and baba ganoush, but what nobody made clear was that this was going to leave this pile of lettuce/onions/etc (of so-so quality) with nothing on it, and therefore pretty much no flavor whatsoever (one of my fellow elites said "they advise you all the time"--not when I was here). So nothing really tied things together, and I had tasty lamb and rice, with this random pile of raw vegetables. The hummus was fine, and the baba ganoush was pretty tasty, though they don't give you much pita. Further, the attitude of the cashier about the mix-up in plating was sort of "oops, oh well." She said she could give me a disposable flat plate, but in the meantime, I'm seeing tables with these nice-looking real bowls. A place with better customer service would have replated the meal. I also had a chocolate baklava, which was OK, but one particular spice (not 100% sure what it was--could have been cinnamon, but reminded me more of five-spice) was a little too strong in the mix. Bathroom wasn't too clean. Seat was a bit wet--and not from water. While obviously one person can cause a mess, and it could have just happened, I didn't get the impression things were checked with great frequency. Anyway, people were mostly nice (the cashier wasn't unpleasant--she just didn't care that much), and the lamb shank itself was good, but the overall experience doesn't rise beyond just OK. Next time, I'll try one of the other spots I was considering.
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11049 W Magnolia Blvd, Los Angeles, California, USA
Delivery Takeaway Outdoor seating Wheelchair accessible Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 08:00-23:00
MondayMon 08:00-23:00
TuesdayTue 08:00-23:00
WednesdayWed 08:00-23:00
ThursdayThu 08:00-23:00
FridayFri 08:00-23:00
SaturdaySat 08:00-23:00

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