Acerca de Cassia
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Estilo de comida:
Horas de operación:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm;
Friday-Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00 pm
Código de etiqueta:
Rango de precio:
De $31 a $50
Opciones de pago
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Acceso para silla ruedas, Asientos en la barra, Banquete, Bar / Sala pública, Bar completo, Cargo por descorche, Cervezas, Comida para llevar, Granja a la mesa, Mesas en el exterior, Para no fumadores, Restaurante bar, Salón privado, Vinos
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Cassia calificaciones y reseñas
We loved Cassia! We had the papaya salad, the curried chickpeas and flat bread, the whole grilled sea bass and Chinese broccoli. We loved it all! Our server was knowledgeable and helped steer us in the right direction in terms of selections. My only criticism of the restaurant was how loud the room was. We had to talk very loud to hear each other and the tables are close together, so it would have been difficult to have a private conversation. But we enjoyed the food so much that the noise level didn't matter after a while. I highly recommend this restaurant.
Came for Valentine's Day, and overall really enjoyed the experience! Our appetizers, drinks, and desserts were simply outstanding. The entrees were still good, but not nearly as spectacular or flavorful as the appetizers we had. A bit loud inside, but the ambiance overall was chic, modern, and pleasant without being pretentious. Service was great and I really appreciate that they give their waitstaff health insurance! Bravo.
The chickpea dish deserves several awards! It's the most delicious dish I've had in a very long time. The fried cauliflower was also perfectly made and the fried rice was nice and fresh. The lobster with the pistachio butter sauce was one for the books, we wish we ordered a whole lobster instead of the half.
This restaurant is very unique. The food is a fusion of very delicious flavors. The bar is active and fun.
The atmosphere is lively and again unique delicious food!
there were three ladies getting together and we had a great time and will be back soon!
Experienced a wonderful meal and it wasn't our first time. Appetizers were killer as was the selection of wine that our server recommended. They have outdoor dining and wised up to the glorious rain we've been having so inside or outside, you will not be disappointed.
Had high hopes for this place. Was extremely disappointed. I eat spicy food, but the cuisine here is overkill with the spice. Every dish was super spicy. My tongue was exhausted by the end of the evening. Salads were too tart. Not a very good balance of flavors here. Won't be coming back and certainly would not recommend to anyone.
We came for a late supper (by American standards) at 9pm. The resto was still very busy and noisy with chatter. The service was excellent and attentive without being overwhelming and our server for both food and wine was very confident in offering suggestions. We chose the spicier end of the scale (which was spicy even for a British palette) from the fairly simple but creatively prepared menu
I usually do not like fusion-type restaurants--generally favoring unfused ethic cuisines that are typically cheaper. But Cassia is excellent. Their food is innovative, tasty, and nicely served. The wine offerings and cocktails are very good and the service is very thorough and pleasant.
I will say that the dining rooms are quite noisy, with the addition of music adding to the cocophony. I think that it would be a difficult place to converse with more than two people. Perhaps some sound-diminishing materials in the dining areas would make for a more conversation-friendly environment.
The accoustics make for a rowdy night, but the food makes up for the difficulty of making conversation. The black cod and the spiced lamb were outstanding, the flattened half chicken not so good. Green papaya salad and natural oysters to start - then the mains - and you'll be happy campers...
Came here with a party of 4 and asked the server for recommendations. He recommended us to get way too many dishes, and since we thought the dishes were going to be smaller - tapas style - we ordered them. But, the plates they serve their dishes are way too big for the table and the time of the when the dishes came out were all off. We felt like there was a buffet of food at our table (which was unappetizing) and we kept having to rearrange everything ourselves because the server (with his hands full) kept bring food on huge plates. This was odd, to say the least. As for the food, it just wasn't my cup of tea at all - the flavors weren't interesting or developed and the ingredients were off (ie. the laska was so thick - more like a curry than a soup, but had thick udon-like noodles). But then again, I'm Asian, so maybe I'm just more particular about Asian food. Inflated prices for mediocre Asian food is against our religion.
Great food, and a really vibrant restaurant. Overall service is good, and the good is Vietnamese-inspired, creative and tasty. I was with family, and they were attentive in seating us in a place that was not as loud. This is my third time at the restaurant and it is consistent in its quality. A welcome addition to the Westside.
Great food and beautiful ambiance. Highly recommend the seafood platter and the chick pea curry. The sea bass- my mouth is still watering over that. The cauliflower- amazing fusion of food- considering I never knew I liked cauliflower!
Everything we ordered was yummy. Great selection of wines and bc I'm snobby about French wines- I loved the selection. I want to go back!!
Second anniversary with the boyfriend, wanted to go somewhere different and known to be delicious. Cassia was magical, from the ambience to the unique dishes we ordered, we had a terrific experience. Food was especially tasty but beware of drips if you order the Laska noodle soup. Waiter was very helpful explaining the menu and cute, too.
Overall the food was delicious, with the exception of the lamb. The cut was 100% fat which is not noted or mentioned on the menu. We all felt this dish was not edible. Our waitress was clearing in a rush and wanted to close us out before all of our food had arrived. The table next to us felt like she had some place else she needed to be.
It's hard to judge a place like this when the two of us are from the South Easy Asia and know our cuisine very well. Overall, everything is overpriced and is done a little differently. It's fun for those who have never had the food. We ordered the Kaya Toast, it was tasty but overpriced for an egg and toast. We know it takes a long time to braise the kaya spread but it doesn't cost a lot to take. Also ordered the laksa, nice flavor, though why use udon? The traditional noodle is yellow noodle which is skinnier. It was so slippery to pick up udon in a bowl of curry. The Pork Belly vermicelli was nice, though we can tell there's sugar in the broth. Not my fav. All in all, it's overpriced for an ok meal. You can fool those who doesn't know the cuisine but not to those who crave home cooked Asian meal
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