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Sunday Brunch at Faith & Flower in Los Angeles

We dined as a guest of Faith & Flower

When spending the weekend in Los Angeles for a summer staycation, I could not wait to dine at the highly acclaimed Faith & Flower. After a fun weekend exploring the city, our family got dressed up for Sunday brunch.





The restaurant features exotic dishes with unique and intense flavors that will satisfy even the most discerning diners. The memorable decor made our family feel comfortable from the moment that we arrived at Faith & Flower.


While our family shared our favorite moments from our Los Angeles staycation, I enjoyed sipping on a mimosa noir. The mimosa featured a champagne brut rose, Bigallet Amer China-China and fresh orange. It was a refreshing morning cocktail that I enjoyed throughout the morning.



All of the dishes at Faith & Flower are designed to be served “family-style.” This gives guests a chance to savor all the flavors of the delicious dishes. We started brunch with the deviled jidori eggs with Korean chili and kimchee. I never knew that deviled eggs could be so devilish until sinking my taste buds into these eggs.





The Hamachi Ceviche made with Mike Lay’s Ginger Beer and served with Kennebec potato chips was unforgettable. This unique ceviche was the highlight of our morning brunch, and the kids cannot stop asking to return to Faith & Flower to have more of this appetizer.



My favorite dish was the Oxtail Agnolotti with apricot conserva, bone marrow butter, and beef tendon chicharrones. The unique flavors of this dish tantalized my taste buds with every bite.


The wood oven roasted skirt steak with gribiche sauce was tender and cooked to perfection. The slices of steak were paired with french fries and was another popular dish with the children.


While we were concerned that the uniqueness of the dishes at Faith & Flower would have too intense of flavors for our children, the kids proved us wrong. We ordered the classic Margherita pizza made with whole milk mozzarella and San Marzano tomato sauce, but the kids clearly navigated towards the more exotic flavors of the other dishes.


The braised bacon at Faith & Flower was prepared in a way that I’ve never seen before, and boasted bold delicious flavors. It was served with a tomato salad, salsa verde and a champagne glaze.


For guests who may be hesitant about going on an epicurean adventure they offer malted waffles as a more traditional brunch dish. The waffles were served with wood oven roasted apricots and Brandy Gastrique.


Our brunch was made complete with a piece of carrot cake and a cookie board. The kids enjoyed the cookies while my husband and I savored the cream cheese frosting and candied pecans on the carrot cake.


Faith & Flower will be unforgettable dining experience for your family. When planning a visit or staycation in Los Angeles, make reservations to have brunch with your family at Faith & Flower. They are located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles at 705 W 9th Street. Reservations are recommended by calling (213) 239-0642.

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  1. could you suggest a place near to the L A arboretum for 12 people on a Sunday around lunch time that you feel is very good but not to expensive??

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