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Osteria Mamma Restaurant (Reviews & Ratings)

Osteria Mamma

Address: 5732 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004

Restaurant Type: Italian restaurant

Phone: (323) 284-7060

Price: $$

Rating: 4.4

Website: https://www.osteriamamma.com/

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What Time Does Osteria Mamma Open?

Tuesday,: 11:30AM to 9:45PM

Wednesday,: 11:30AM to 9:45PM

Thursday,: 11:30AM to 9:45PM

Friday,: 11:30AM to 10PM

Saturday,: 11:30AM to 10PM

Sunday,: 5 to 9:45PM

Monday,: 11:30AM to 9:45PM

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Osteria Mamma Reviews

Roberto Hannibal

I really enjoyed coming here. The staff were very accommodating and friendly. The ambience was very relaxed. I was so happy to see all the varieties of wine they had. The pastas were so fresh and delicious as well. Very nice experience. Looking forward to coming back. There were a few things on the menu I am looking forward to trying.
The tiramisu…omg.

Kim

CUTE DINNER SPOT- among the hustle and bustle of LA it’s nice to have a place with good food and no fuss. We went here on a double date. Very relaxed and nice atmosphere. The staff was super attentive and explained the menu to us and made a great wine recommendation. All plates were clean when we were done. Nice sized portions for the cost. We loved the Branzino and the Mushroom Ravioli.

Matt Curaming

Their DineLA menu is an absolute deal. Not only is it affordable ($45 per person) but all dishes were amazing! AND it even comes with a complimentary red or white wine. Parking is street only but you won’t regret eating here!

meera iyer

Beautiful seating, very welcoming staff and incredible service. The food is filling but it’s a great experience! Loved the selection of pastas and their minestrone soup! Highly recommend.

Anthony Alexander

Came here for the first time on Saturday 2 days before Memorial Day and the service was immaculate. I can’t remember our individual server’s name but he seemed to cover alot of the tables himself, along with a younger fella who expedited plates to the tables. Super chill young man. Small place but there’s outdoor seating. Huge wine selection. Pretty sure the pasta was handmade, it tasted delicious and the spinach filling was way too good for being as simple as it was, amazing. Got the veal in anchovies/tuna sauce because It’s authentic as hell. Siciliano approved. First time having beef tartare as well but it was great. Sets the bar high for my next experience.
Oh yeah, BEST PIZZA IVE EVER HAD.

sunadda saravatpuntudis

The Best lunch spot in Larchmont area. The pasta cook to perfect. I love their appetizers ” Frittura Mista” ( fries shrimp and calamari )

Matt Plummer

The food is excellent. The best Lasagna I’ve had anywhere. The wine selection is immense. The Gelato was the perfect consistency and flavor. The service is slow when they are busy but very friendly.

Savit Varchasvi Aluri

Discovered this gem of a place by accident. 10/10 for each course. Loved the food. Great options for vegetarians and do try out the Soffiato even if you’re not one. Highly recommend

Lucy He

Cute little restaurant, good service. Ordered Burrata Fritta! Love the balance of salty, creamy and pinch of vinegar.
Main course: Al Nero
Very fresh , but too much tomatoes so kind of sour for me .

regis kwong

Excellent service and great Italian food. I love Italian food. So when I saw this restaurant was on dine LA week, we booked this place for lunch today.

Our waitress/receptionist was very friendly. She introduced us to the Dine LA week menu and made recommendations for the dishes. She frequently came back to our table to make sure we were taken care of.

The Dine LA week lunch menu was fantastic and a great value for money. I ordered the Garganelli Mediterranei pasta while my wife gotten herself a Milanese.

The Garganelli Mediterranei pasta was very good with home made pasta. The flavor of the pasta was enhanced with their house made tomato and olive sauce resulting in an amazing dish.

The Milanese dish on the other hand was basically a fried chicken with some salad or French fries with the chicken been very dry and the salad was not that tasty. Maybe not a good idea to have this one.

The desserts that came as part of the Dine LA Week menu were fabulous. Although the Salame DI Cioccolata and Tortino Della Nonna looked simple, they were delicious.

Parking is easy, just park in front or on the side streets. But for the side street parking, WatchKit for the sign of restriction, don’t get a ticket.

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