If you love Irish pubs how you love Irish food this is the place the toad in the hole is breathtakinge to come OMG well worth the visit
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Walk into the Tam O'Shanter and step into an atmosphere time warp. Incredible woodwork interior and interesting layout. Lots of elderly, colorful locals seem to always be there. I go to lunch here on occasion with a business colleague who loves this place for the...More
If you have even a wee bit of Scottish, you will love this place. And the best part is that the food is better than in Scotland! Besides the good food & great service, this has been a part of Hollywood for decades. There is...More
This restaurant has a wonderful atmosphere. We had lunch at the famous table #31 and we loved it. The food was very good, prices are average, maybe a little higher. Nice selection of beers, many on tap. Service is great.
Sad to pass on this negative review of an old LA standby, Tam O Shanter, part of the Lawry's family. Went there this evening for supper in the Carvery. On the menu was advertised Tanqueray gin $9.00. Ordered a Tanqueray martini up. Was charged $16.00....More
I do not eat red meat very frequently, but when my sister treated me to a prime rib dinner at Tam O'Shanter, I enjoyed it tremendously. The cut was fresh, delicious and juicy. The mash potato and gravy and shepard pie complement the prime rib...More
This is one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles. Many years ago, the name was changed to THE GREAT SCOT, but then the old name was brought back. The service is excellent, the meals are out of this world, and the atmosphere transports you...More
I have been to the Tam on many occasions and never once did I have bad service of a bad meal. This is a restaurant that Walt Disney ate at many times and there is a special booth dedicated in his honor.
Was excited to go to this iconic restaurant but was disappointed in the food. My $40 prime rib was a small cut. Ordered medium rare and it came out RARE.... couldn't even cut it with a knife.... had to pull it apart. The Yorkshire pudding...More
Chowed down there last month...Grew up in the SFV way back in the 60's and went several times over the years...Visiting town we broke bread with some old pals at the TAM...Thing I did learn was the fact it was the first drive-in back in...More