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Industriel Urban Farm Cuisine
Industriel Urban Farm Cuisine

Industriel Urban Farm Cuisine

7.915 reviews
$$$$
American, French
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609 S Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017
(213) 488-8020
http://industrielfarm.com/
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I'm not too caught up on the farm fresh cuisine craze, but these places seem to be popping up everywhere. Industriel probably falls on the high end of of the farm fresh pricing ... Read more
scale. I gotta admit that my stomach can't really taste the difference of a farm fresh cuisine, whose can anyway. Maybe my soul felt fresh after eating here, but my taste buds had much to be desired. The interior makes this place. With a dark, drabby atmosphere and artsy setups, this place seems to be ideal for taking a date or being fancy. There are 3 distinct rooms and 2 small bars within. Avoid being seated in the entry room, since that draft from the front door will hit this area like arctic air. Our hostess welcomed us to sit at the upstairs bar while we waited for our table. -=-Beet Soup-=- This soup is only for the truly beety. There was more veggie in this soup than what I'd probably eat in a week. -=-Kale Salad-=- Best thing I ate here since Garlic Parmesan dressing just sounds delicious, yet still had some fatal flaws. I enjoy large chunks of meat in my salad, but the bacon was just way too salty. White Anchovies was a fun surprise in there and blended in well. -=-8 oz. Hanger Steak on Mash-=- What was supposed to be the grand la grand of my meal ended up a huh-really. Mash was creamy and just creamy. Steak, while cooked well and pre-cut just couldn't do it. If farm-fresh is about a plain cut steak barely seasoned, then well, I'm gonna bring my own pepper next time.

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Local from Los Angeles

Super cute, trendy restaurant, great for lunch. I always make a reservation via opentable but seems like there wouldn’t be much of a wait without a res. 2 course lunch is $15 and a lot of food! Salad or soup first course. Main is a sandwich with fries or a salad. Kale salad with bacon is delisious with chunks of bacon. Pulled pork soup was a big bowl of delicious soup, I took my sandwich home as the soup was so filling. Burger is a juicy, thick patty cooked to my perfectly to my specification with 2 slices of bacon. Burger and fries were a little salty so I’d order with light salt next time. War pig sandwich is fatty pork belly, too fatty for me. Side salad instead of fries this time was perfect, light dressing.

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Local from Los Angeles

Alrighty not sure what happened here but we came here to kill time before our Broad museum appointment as this is located nearby and ordered their duck confit and 6oz skirt steak. Both dishes were sub-par and I wasn’t pleased with the execution of either dishes. They were mediocre for more than average price scale.

Service was superb though so that should be mentioned. Food isn’t worth a second visit.

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Menlo Park

Hip, funky restaurant in downtown L.A. serving fresh, farm to table cuisine. The decor is cement with strange things on the wall. The food was great. Get the gambas to start - spicy, tons of garlic and oil to dip in. The Gnocchi was delicious, as was the steak. We didn't try the burger but it was definitely the most popular dish - every table around us ordered one. The only downside was that the restaurant was crazy loud. I like loud restaurants, but it was actually hard to hear the other people at the table.

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Local from Los Angeles

Dinela makes it possible for those of us who want to try out a restaurant without committing too much of our hard earned moola. Industriel has been on my radar for some time but I never went in until dinela week.

I went delve too much but for the $15 price tag and the options given for the prefixe menu -it was a good deal. I doubt I'll ever order out recommend anyone the salmon burger but I'll Donnelly recommend coming here for light bites and a few rounds. Decor is interesting and staff is attentive.

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Brooklyn

Delicious downtown farm to table spot. The gambas al ajillo, black bean fritters, and chèvre gnocchi were exceptional. This is a very flavor-forward restaurant so expect intensity. Desserts didn't live up to the appetizers and mains. The decor is a mix of rustic and industrial and service is both friendly and attentive.

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Local from Hollywood

Love the decor, atmosphere of this place.

Food is delicious, service lacks a bit especially during lunch and dinner rushes.

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Anaheim

Atheistic were of course industrialized with hints of organic flavor, like the jars and jars of spices at the front door.
My friend and I both giggled at the honey bears rain that falls into a tub- assuming a play on of "golden Shower". (clever)

I came here specifically for the burrata cheese that i saw in their menu but load and behold they didn't serve it!! I was incredibly disappointed that it wasn't in their dinner portion and felt a bit cheated, i decided to drown myself with alcohol to help me get over this horrific awakening ! .....
(wooo sahhhh)
soooo...Their mix cocktails were delish, i finished mine in a mili second ! I then started to felt the buzz and engulfed my risotto like nobody's business ! It was good from what I remembered.

Customer service was def up to par, constantly having out waters filled, our waiter was a hoot and that pretty much sums up my bi polar experience here ! haha

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Local from Los Angeles

I'm not too caught up on the farm fresh cuisine craze, but these places seem to be popping up everywhere. Industriel probably falls on the high end of of the farm fresh pricing scale. I gotta admit that my stomach can't really taste the difference of a farm fresh cuisine, whose can anyway. Maybe my soul felt fresh after eating here, but my taste buds had much to be desired.

The interior makes this place. With a dark, drabby atmosphere and artsy setups, this place seems to be ideal for taking a date or being fancy. There are 3 distinct rooms and 2 small bars within. Avoid being seated in the entry room, since that draft from the front door will hit this area like arctic air. Our hostess welcomed us to sit at the upstairs bar while we waited for our table.

-=-Beet Soup-=- This soup is only for the truly beety. There was more veggie in this soup than what I'd probably eat in a week.

-=-Kale Salad-=- Best thing I ate here since Garlic Parmesan dressing just sounds delicious, yet still had some fatal flaws. I enjoy large chunks of meat in my salad, but the bacon was just way too salty. White Anchovies was a fun surprise in there and blended in well.

-=-8 oz. Hanger Steak on Mash-=- What was supposed to be the grand la grand of my meal ended up a huh-really. Mash was creamy and just creamy. Steak, while cooked well and pre-cut just couldn't do it. If farm-fresh is about a plain cut steak barely seasoned, then well, I'm gonna bring my own pepper next time.

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Local from Los Angeles

Quirky decor, farm fresh food excellently prepared, slow service. It's not fair to blame the restaurant for being so popular that service is slow and it's impossible to have a private conversation but that is exactly why I would think twice about returning.

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Local from Los Angeles

Went here for DineLA with a group of girls. We enjoyed all the food from the bread, to the gnocchi, mussels and desserts. They had a good wine selection - both by the bottle and the glass. The space was cute. The only reason for the 3 stars is the speed of service. Dinner took bloody well forever; we waited 50 minutes just to get BREAD, and had to ask for it repeatedly, which is something that shouldn't happen anywhere, let alone someplace at this price point. I would go back, on a night that I'm not in a rush, to see if the slowness was simply due to DineLA traffic.

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Great modern French cuisine w Mediterranean influences, in the heart of downtown LA

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Santa Ana

Yummmmm! The food was delicious and service was prompt most of the time.

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Local from Los Angeles

one of my favorite restaurants in dtla!

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