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Susan Feniger's Street



742 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038

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(323) 203-0500


4.5 of 5.0 from 52 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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Susan Feniger's Street Reviews

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  • Jason M.Great cocktails and service!

    55555 by Jason M.


  • Kilho P.Get the kaya toast...it's their signature dish. Might sound weird but its really worth it. Also the chicken croquette and waffles w spicy maple sauce is excellent. Staff is excellent and sharp.

    55555 by Kilho P.


  • Racquelle T.Mandoo Dumplings and Albacore Sashimi

    55555 by Racquelle T.


  • KamBarbecue Jackfruit Bao is VEGAN and bomb dot com. So flavorful you'd swear it's pork in it

    55555 by Kam


  • Daryl P.Loved the Kaya toast - Johnny cheese was sweet!

    55555 by Daryl P.


  • Jessica C.The Brussels sprouts are simply amazing here.

    55555 by Jessica C.


  • Kara R.Fantastic service and food! Try the BBQ Jackfruit BAO- DELiCIOUS!!!

    55555 by Kara R.


  • Shannon B.KAYA TOAST 4EVA. Have fun!

    55555 by Shannon B.


  • Brooke B.Wear stretchy pants :)

    55555 by Brooke B.


  • Jetset ExtraThis is an edgy, trendy, vegetarian-friendly place showcasing cuisine from around the world. Expect a perfect blend of mind, spirit, and taste.

    55555 by Jetset Extra


  • GenaKaya Toast. End of story.

    55555 by Gena


  • Alison W.Valet is $5 around back or park residential two blocks away.

    33333 by Alison W.


  • Josh S.Kaya. Toast. Done.

    55555 by Josh S.


  • Mike C.Try the Chicken And Waffle Croquettes - Homemade waffles, braised greens, poached eggs and spicy maple sauce (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Kaya Toast - Toasted bread spread thick with coconut jam served with a soft fried egg drizzled in dark soy and white pepper (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mucho C.Just save your $$ and either leave or get something small and a beer. Enjoy.

    33333 by Mucho C.


  • Mark G.Here's my tip...uhhhhhMazing!!!!

    22222 by Mark G.


  • DJ C.Shave kale and brussels sprouts was the shit! Damn that was a good meal!

    55555 by DJ C.


  • John D.Nice atmosphere - not too loud; friendly staff. I love the concept but I wasn't super impressed with the food. The Moroccan lamb was definitely the highlight of the meal.

    55555 by John D.


  • Daniel LThe Kaya Toast is a MUST. Two people can easily share between 4-6 dishes.

    55555 by Daniel L


  • gloria h.fattoush salad is the deal deal. arabs-she's done it justice. susan came over to our table several times to tell us what's good and to chat. very good experience.

    33333 by gloria h.


  • @jerrymengShow up without making a reservation. It's the cool thing to do.

    55555 by @jerrymeng


  • Lorelei S.Ukrainian dumplings are delicious:)

    55555 by Lorelei S.


  • Jenny C.I love the Filipino sweet sticky rice (aka suman). It's a dressed up version of my favorite childhood dessert.

    55555 by Jenny C.


  • Zach S.Great brunch spot if you like horrible service and nightmare-worthy memories. Fuck you, Susan.

    33333 by Zach S.


  • Four Seasons Los Angeles C.One of the newest "quiet" winners. Great brioche bun and homemade pickles!

    55555 by Four Seasons Los Angeles C.


  • James Q.Btw. There was much more that didn't fit into the character limit.

    22222 by James Q.


  • James Q.Geologically slow service, dry croquettes, forgotten drinks, semolina puffs with the texture of dunnage, rose without a hint of pink and to top it all off, a bitchy waiter. Pack your knives and go.

    22222 by James Q.


  • Anna d.Excellent korean short ribs, chic n waffles, artichoke w olive tepanade. Drinks could have between stronger

    55555 by Anna d.


  • Jonathan T.I suggest ordering the burger medium rare, the medium was too dull a pink and not quite juicy enough. Fries are outstanding and not too spicy.

    55555 by Jonathan T.


  • teala c.The chicken and waffles are a MUST!!!!!

    55555 by teala c.


  • LianuhKaya Toast

    55555 by Lianuh


  • AlmostZaraWorth trying the DineLA special- food is non stop and GREAT for vegetarians.

    55555 by AlmostZara


  • cynWarm blankets are provided for patio diners... Along with heat lamps!

    55555 by cyn


  • cynChances are you'll meet Chef Susan Feniger. She likes to check on her diners!

    33333 by cyn


  • MarcTry the BLT Bloody Mary--delicious!

    55555 by Marc


  • Donny O.KAYA TOAST ALWAYS. Also they do an impressive job at the drinks menu--don't overlook it.

    55555 by Donny O.


  • Kristen O.Try everything!!

    55555 by Kristen O.


  • Shannon W.Laundry Day Fritters are a MUST!!

    55555 by Shannon W.


  • AskMenIf you opt for lunch, Street makes the rest of your workday a dream after you fill up on shots of gazpacho, fritters and Peruvian grilled fish or Indonesian lettuce wraps.

    55555 by AskMen


  • BustA G.This venue is participating in dineLA Restaurant Week 2011.

    55555 by BustA G.


  • Elise A.Angry Eggs!

    11111 by Elise A.


  • Leanne M.This was the most amazing place.

    55555 by Leanne M.


  • debbie d.Long beans are rough, stringy, and...long, even here.

    33333 by debbie d.


  • GinaThe smashed potatoes are amazing.

    55555 by Gina


  • Gail H.Kaya toast is surprisingly good. Like the calamari too.

    55555 by Gail H.


  • BlackboardEatsDid you know Kaya Toast is a Singaporean hangover remedy? So you can drink while you eat with your meal.

    55555 by BlackboardEats


  • Kerry L.Fantastic street-food inspired fare - sit outside if you can!

    55555 by Kerry L.


  • Melissa S.My new favorite restaurant in LA! We loved the kaya toast, shrimp stuffed shittake mushrooms, sashimi, and the blackened kale. Finish with a glass or port.

    55555 by Melissa S.


  • Henry T.The kaya toast is amazingly delicious. Pop the yolk, mix with the soy sauce, and dip the sweet coconut jam filled toast in it!

    55555 by Henry T.


  • Brett K.Eat the grits they are amazing!

    55555 by Brett K.


  • LA WeeklyFeatured in LA Weekly's "L.A.'s Best Cocktails: Our 55 favorites and where to find them." (Click 'More Info')

    55555 by LA Weekly


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