The restored Walker House is beautiful. My teen chose this for her middle school promotion luncheon. The food was a bit pricey but delicious. Airflow could have been better.
Food used to be excellent and so was the service.. not true any more
My wife and I finally went to the Walker House for dinner on June 12, 2011. It was our anniversary, so we went there thinking it would be a nice dinner. The first clue was that there was only one other couple in the dining room. The waiter was terrible, he never brought me my drink, and it took 20... More
We drove an hour from Los Angeles to visit Marstellerz at the Walker House for their Mother's day brunch. Living in Los Angeles we had many choices of restaurants but were excited with what we had seen on their website as it looked beautiful. My mother loves old houses so I thought this would be perfect. I was wrong! Please,... More
Located in a wonderful historic building, this restaurant, formerly known as Saffron, offers a unique dining experience. While the ambiance and atmosphere is of bygone days, the menu is mostly American steakhouse fare. Our party of four tried a variety of dishes. The filet was excellent, but the ribeye was too fatty and had not been trimmed properly. All the... More
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