Hawaiian Gardens is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. It is the smallest city in the county (approximately 1.0 mi²) and was incorporated on April 9, 1964. The population was 14,254 at the 2010 census, down from 14,779 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Hawaiian Gardens
4 based on 178 reviews
CERRITOS RESTAURANT: DINING, CATERING, TAKE-OUT AND GIFT CARDS Superb Food at Great Prices! Wood Ranch's Award-Winning Cerritos restaurant features a menu of highly praised, signature dishes such as: Premium American Baby Back Pork Ribs, Certified Angus Beef(C) (steaks, prime rib, and burgers), USDA Choice Tri-Tip, fresh fish, and chicken. Our Cerritos restaurant also offers a broad selection of fantastic salads, appetizers, and homemade desserts.
The phone number that is listed for Cerritos Wood Ranch is bogus. Tried 4 times to get through to confirm reservations as requested by a phone message left by a restaurant employee. Need to get their act together. Four times trying each time an impolite disconnect or a goodbye.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
We love the food at Dominic's! They have a very varied menu, and there is something for everyone's taste. The price is moderate for such delicious food. I think they are planning to expand, and that will help with waiting times. We go early, as it is very popular after about 6 p.m.
4.5 based on 386 reviews
My favorite place. Go early and still expect to wait. The food and the service are worth the wait. Some of my favorites are swordfish with capers, halibut, Seabass, and lobster tail. I happen to love the rice pilaf because it’s brown rice with raisins in it -it is wonderful.
If it’s an anniversary or birthday make sure you order a dessert because it comes with a chocolate fish on top .
4.5 based on 105 reviews
George's Greek Cafe welcomes you to "a little piece of Greece in Southern California." Our family-owned business is here to provide you with high quality food, craft cocktails, and an authentic Greek dining experience. Our restaurant has remained a favorite among the locals for one reason: we never compromise on our promise to provide fresh and delicious meals in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. We continue to follow Mama Rodou's recipes, which were passed down to her from her grandmother. We use only the finest imported ingredients, such as first cold pressed extra virgin olive oil from Greece and premium, hormone-free, grass-fed lamb from New Zealand. We want to extend an open invitation to you to dine at one of our restaurants. Whether you're looking to impress a date with an intimate wine tasting, reconnecting with family over Saganaki Flaming Cheese and lamb chops, or planning the perfect wedding reception for 500 of your closest friends, we are here for you. Come in, and feel like part of the family. OPA!
This restaurant has a fun atmosphere with Greek art and paintings on the wall.
The employees are very warm & friendly. The food is fairly priced and large portions.
My family's favorite is the fried Calamari & Lamb Souvlaki. We dine here often & is our go-to restaurant for great lamb!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Perris Restauarant has relocated from Alondra Blvd. The combination of Persian and American dishes continues to be exciting and a great culinary experience at a moderate price point. They are very Family Friendly and offer a Breakfast menu that is available all day.We had the Falafel Meal (6 crisp falafel serviced with green salad, pickled turnip and tahini sauce) which was very good, Perfectly cooked and a very adequate serving. We also had the chicken and lamb dinner with Albalo Polo (Black Cherries mixed with Basmati Rice) - Superb in every way.
Service was somewhat slow, but that just gave us more time to enjoy the food.
I am, as the PC term, is mobility impaired and I found the tables easy to migrate and the bathroom accessible and very clean.
A truly welcoming experience is given by all the staff and the prices are moderate. They are willing to make modifications to the "set" menu items.
A really nice place for a "little bit different" meal.
4.5 based on 258 reviews
Looking for an exceptional experience to complement your getaway? Indulge your tastebuds at the legendary Spaghettini in Seal Beach, California. Located just off the 405 Freeway at Seal Beach Blvd., Spaghettini is the perfect meeting spot between Los Angeles and Orange County. Spaghettini is open for lunch and dinner, and is also the home of the legendary Sunday Brunch.In addition to outstanding food and service, Spaghettini is committed to excellence in the entertainment side of the business. Having built the Spaghettini Performance Lounge into one of the top venues in Southern California, Spaghettini attracts top name artists from across the country. Go to spaghettini.com to make a reservation for dinner or to check the Entertainment Calendar for upcoming events.
I brought a date here to dine & watch a performance. The staff were friendly and attentive. I had the Chilean Sea Bass & my date ate the Spaghetti and meatballs and both were delicious. The tiramisu was scrumptious, too. The acoustics in the Entertainment lounge were extraordinary! I loved the entire experience of being there.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
I forgot about Katella deli and a friend suggested we go for breakfast. I have the eggs Benedict and a Brian potatoes. She had something with lox and spinach and egg and toast. whatever it was she really liked it so I’ve posted a copy of the menu
4.5 based on 59 reviews
El Zarape is a family operated authentic Mexican restaurant serving Cypress and its surrounding areas since 1990. For the past 23 years, we have been dedicated to serving our guests with the freshest and finest Mexican cuisine. Our “home-style” reputation roots from our friendly service, relaxed ambience, and made-from-scratch creations. So bring your family and friends and come grab one of our popular Zarape Grand Margaritas alongside our exquisite dishes. Mi casa es su casa. Buenprovecho!- The Martin Family
The best indicator of a good ethnic restaurant is walking in and seeing natives there - The Margaritas were DELICIOUS - great chips and guacamole - I had enchiladas which reminded me of the ones a friends grandmother used to make when we were kids - A friend had a salad which she loved. Wait staff is super friendly.
The restaurant is in a strip mall (as is seemingly everything in the area) but don't be fooled - it is not a chain and the food is great!
4.5 based on 63 reviews
We happened by Gen after visiting a store in the same mall the AT&T store nearby around 2 pm and was surprised there was not a crowd gathering outside as usual (which had discouraged our prior attempts to try it out). We were seated immediately. The all you can eat (27 items) lunch menu price @$16 seems quite reasonable. We first selected 4 meats: beef bulgogi, garlic chicken , angus brisket (chador) and premium steak. We added a spicy chicken popcorn and another serving of bulgogi which we really liked. So much to eat. On top of all the protein, we were served a green salad, a nice warm tasty Korean glass noodles, two piping hot bowls of spicy tofu stew (soondooboo), and small dishes of kimchi, daikon, potato salad, and rice, etc. The quality of both the food and service was good. We will surely be back to try out dinner.
4 based on 14 reviews
I was craving shrimp and I came to the right place. They had lots of shrimp dishes-hot, cold, fried, boiled,stir fried with vegetables, etc.. There were these little dough balls dipped sugar that were addictive. Beautiful fruit assortment.Delicious baked salmon. Attentive service.Clams were sandy but that is my only complaint.Can't beat the price of $9.99 for lunch.
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