Great French dipped soup, frebch dipoed roast beef sabdwich, creamy cole slaw in a funky NY style restaurant. Unique LA experience in walking distance to Union Train Station. Got to try it if visting LA
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My boyfriend introduced me to this place. I will never forget the first sandwich I tasted there... it was just soooo goooood! The whole place feels legendary, it's old, it has its beautiful history and you can definitely still feel the original ambiance of it...More
Located on the edge of Chinatown near Union Station. We went in at 2pm on a Sunday and it was packed. The counter service however was quick and efficient. We had a classic beef and a lamb french dip. Very nice pieces of meat on...More
This was our first stop on our spring break trip to Los Angeles we got beef dip, turkey dip, and pastrami dip! Got all thee sides Mac salad potato salad and cold slaw! Everything was worth it price was great and food was everything I...More
An old downtown standby. One of two L.A. restaurants that claims to have invented the French Dip sandwich. The are really good, but you will usually have to stand in line. Cheap, and wash it down with a draft beer (you can get an expesive...More
If you go to LA you must try one of the most tasty sandwhich in the USA. The meat is tender and has a lot of flavor. The bread is delicious since they deep it in the meat sauce. It taste like a home made...More
I take train down to union station and cross the street and there you are Such a great and yummy roast beef sandwiches, it's a must if you visit LA to try Philippe
A piece of old LA with a setting that bespeaks it. Enjoy those sandwiches! Take time to walk around the block to see a few other memories of the past.
The line goes by fast. Here is for lunch meeting. Sandwich portions seemed kinda smaller, but pastrami was very tasty. Casual dining interior with lots of seating. Convenient free parking lots adjacent to restaurant in China town/DTLA border!
Close to Union Station and Olvera Market, this is a good place for lunch if you are visiting the area. It has friendly and helpful staff, a long glass and steel counter where you order your food, long tables where you eat......and sawdust on the...More