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Susan Feniger's Street
742 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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Cuisine: American Restaurants
4.5 of 5.0 from 52 reviews
price range:$26 to $50
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Susan Feniger's Street Reviews
Great cocktails and service!
by Jason M.
Get the kaya toast...it's their signature dish. Might sound weird but its really worth it. Also the chicken croquette and waffles w spicy maple sauce is excellent. Staff is excellent and sharp.
by Kilho P.
Mandoo Dumplings and Albacore Sashimi
by Racquelle T.
Barbecue Jackfruit Bao is VEGAN and bomb dot com. So flavorful you'd swear it's pork in it
Loved the Kaya toast - Johnny cheese was sweet!
by Daryl P.
The Brussels sprouts are simply amazing here.
by Jessica C.
Fantastic service and food! Try the BBQ Jackfruit BAO- DELiCIOUS!!!
by Kara R.
KAYA TOAST 4EVA. Have fun!
by Shannon B.
Wear stretchy pants :)
by Brooke B.
This is an edgy, trendy, vegetarian-friendly place showcasing cuisine from around the world. Expect a perfect blend of mind, spirit, and taste.
by Jetset Extra
Kaya Toast. End of story.
Valet is $5 around back or park residential two blocks away.
by Alison W.
Kaya. Toast. Done.
by Josh S.
Try the Chicken And Waffle Croquettes - Homemade waffles, braised greens, poached eggs and spicy maple sauce (via @Foodspotting)
by Mike C.
Try the Kaya Toast - Toasted bread spread thick with coconut jam served with a soft fried egg drizzled in dark soy and white pepper (via @Foodspotting)
by Mike C.
Just save your $$ and either leave or get something small and a beer. Enjoy.
by Mucho C.
Here's my tip...uhhhhhMazing!!!!
by Mark G.
Shave kale and brussels sprouts was the shit! Damn that was a good meal!
by DJ C.
Nice atmosphere - not too loud; friendly staff. I love the concept but I wasn't super impressed with the food. The Moroccan lamb was definitely the highlight of the meal.
by John D.
The Kaya Toast is a MUST. Two people can easily share between 4-6 dishes.
by Daniel L
fattoush salad is the deal deal. arabs-she's done it justice. susan came over to our table several times to tell us what's good and to chat. very good experience.
by gloria h.
Show up without making a reservation. It's the cool thing to do.
Ukrainian dumplings are delicious:)
by Lorelei S.
I love the Filipino sweet sticky rice (aka suman). It's a dressed up version of my favorite childhood dessert.
by Jenny C.
Great brunch spot if you like horrible service and nightmare-worthy memories. Fuck you, Susan.
by Zach S.
One of the newest "quiet" winners. Great brioche bun and homemade pickles!
by Four Seasons Los Angeles C.
Btw. There was much more that didn't fit into the character limit.
by James Q.
Geologically slow service, dry croquettes, forgotten drinks, semolina puffs with the texture of dunnage, rose without a hint of pink and to top it all off, a bitchy waiter. Pack your knives and go.
by James Q.
Excellent korean short ribs, chic n waffles, artichoke w olive tepanade. Drinks could have between stronger
by Anna d.
I suggest ordering the burger medium rare, the medium was too dull a pink and not quite juicy enough. Fries are outstanding and not too spicy.
by Jonathan T.
The chicken and waffles are a MUST!!!!!
by teala c.
Worth trying the DineLA special- food is non stop and GREAT for vegetarians.
Warm blankets are provided for patio diners... Along with heat lamps!
Chances are you'll meet Chef Susan Feniger. She likes to check on her diners!
Try the BLT Bloody Mary--delicious!
KAYA TOAST ALWAYS. Also they do an impressive job at the drinks menu--don't overlook it.
by Donny O.
by Kristen O.
Laundry Day Fritters are a MUST!!
by Shannon W.
If you opt for lunch, Street makes the rest of your workday a dream after you fill up on shots of gazpacho, fritters and Peruvian grilled fish or Indonesian lettuce wraps.
This venue is participating in dineLA Restaurant Week 2011.
by BustA G.
by Elise A.
This was the most amazing place.
by Leanne M.
Long beans are rough, stringy, and...long, even here.
by debbie d.
The smashed potatoes are amazing.
Kaya toast is surprisingly good. Like the calamari too.
by Gail H.
Did you know Kaya Toast is a Singaporean hangover remedy? So you can drink while you eat with your meal.
Fantastic street-food inspired fare - sit outside if you can!
by Kerry L.
My new favorite restaurant in LA! We loved the kaya toast, shrimp stuffed shittake mushrooms, sashimi, and the blackened kale. Finish with a glass or port.
by Melissa S.
The kaya toast is amazingly delicious. Pop the yolk, mix with the soy sauce, and dip the sweet coconut jam filled toast in it!
by Henry T.
Eat the grits they are amazing!
by Brett K.
Featured in LA Weekly's "L.A.'s Best Cocktails: Our 55 favorites and where to find them." (Click 'More Info')
by LA Weekly
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