In a hotel where style reigns supreme, this high-profile restaurant provides both glamour and solid cuisine. The main attraction of dining here is to see and be seen, but you may leave talking about the food just as much as the outfits, hairdos, and celebrity appearances. This Italian restaurant doles out some pretty amazing fare, including a shaved baby-artichoke salad and truffle tagliatelle—perfection in every bite. The dessert menu may seem a bit back-to-basics, with tiramisu and cheesecake among the favorites, but these sweet classics are done right. For something a bit more casual at the Delano, try sushi from the Philippe Starck countertop sushi bar, Umi, at the front of the hotel.
Sep 24, 2013
The atmosphere at the restaurant is cool, rather sophisticated but not over the top. The tables are candlelit and look out over the garden and pool; it is a relaxing and cool ambiance without being overly pretentious. The food is very good. I had the mahi-mahi which was lovely. The sushi also looked great. (although the portions seem uncannily small... who has just TWO sashimi?) The pastries for dessert were not fresh, but other than that, a very
nice dinner! If you haven't been to the Delano it is absolutely worth the trip... quite the ultimate cool.