The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Make a reservation for dinner on weekend nights because the restaurant tends to fill up and they don't hold usually hold for walk-ins.
Look Good: Items from the seasonal menu can't be ordered for takeout because they'll lose presentation, and the chef discourages substitutions and special requests.
What to Drink: Let the server suggest a nice Tuscan (or Napa) wine to pair with your meal. Or try a Moretti Italian beer, or it's light alternative, a Peou.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Seasonal menu offers a taste of Tuscany inside a Culver City strip mall.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Light green Venetian plaster walls and rustic lanterns hanging over wood-carved tables recreate the light and airy feel of a summer day in Italy. Servers treat patrons like lifelong neighbors, serving homemade bread andâ¦
By Foment3 at Citysearch
No longer open Read More
Great place with amazing food!
By CSMobileUser at Citysearch
really delucious Italian food! although a bit pricey but well worth it Read More
By debbiwhitman at Citysearch
We ordered specials; the pasta sauce tasted slightly burnt, and the fish dish had a strong odor and fishy taste. Service was good, but the food was... Read More
Authenic Tuscan Cuisine
By Cigardenia at Citysearch
Had dinner last night at Fioretto. We'd actually been there the previous week and I had homemade tagliatelli with beef ragout. It was fabulous but ... Read More
Delicious, authentic Italian food?one of L.A.'s best-kept secrets
By biggereater at Citysearch
This tiny gem is tucked away in a bland stripmall in an industrial area, but don't be fooled by the exterior. The food is just so fantastic and del... Read More