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Cafe Del Rey


4451 Admiralty Way
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292-5415
(310) 823-6395
Average Entree $21.00
Cuisine American (New)
Feature Waterfront
Feature Lunch
Feature Accepts Credit Cards
Feature Live Music
Feature Business Dining
Feature Delivery
Feature Online Reservations
Feature Raw Bar
Feature Fireplace
Feature Prix Fix Menus
Feature Romantic
Feature Happy Hour
Feature Take Out
Feature Scenic View
Feature Dinner
Feature Brunch
Feature Kid Friendly
Features Private room(s)
Features Casual
Features View
Features Full bar
Features Romantic
Features Reservations suggested
Features Romantic setting
Features Heart-healthy dishes
Features Reservations Accepted
Tags Marina Side
Tags Romantic
Parking Valet
Cafe Del Rey serves Marina Del Rey, CA and is located in the 90292-5415 ZIP code.

Hours of Operation

Mon-Thu 11:30am-3pm, 5:30pm-9:30pm
Fri 11:30am-3pm, 5:30pm-10pm
Sat 11:30am- 2:30pm, 5:30pm-10pm
Sun 10:30am-2:30pm, 5pm-9:30pm

Reviews for Cafe Del Rey

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Watching the Marina's ballet of boats from cafe del Rey is impressive at lunch or brunch, but the sunset hour is also magical here---and the perfect time to enjoy a cocktail in the vibrant lounge. Follow it up with a meal in the main… Read Full Editorial

Fantastic food and good views! by weho333 via Citysearch on 2/5/2010

My mom was in town recently and she and her friends wanted to eat on the water somewhere. Randomly chose this restaurant because they were doing DINE LA. Thank god I found it! What a gem of a find. A bit difficult to locate for those…

Disappointed at the lack of information! by uclafoodie via Citysearch on 1/31/2010

I was at Cafe Del Rey today and this was my first time there so I was really excited. Sadly that excitement fizzled into disappointment.\r \r Ordered the Mahi Mahi and turns out the sauce with veggies underneath also had big chunks of…

Sad to see our Sushi gone, but the food is still good! by walthowe via Citysearch on 1/20/2010

My wife recently decided to take me to Cafe del Rey, to celebrate my birthday. It had been quite some time since we had eaten there, since we no longer live in LA. We both had fond memories of the beautiful marina view and the exquisite…

Can't Tell How the Food Was by ashin220 via Citysearch on 7/5/2009

My girlfriend and I headed over to Cafe Del Rey, seeing how they seemd to haved received fairly good reviews. The hostess was pleasant and since we had made a reservation, we were seated immediately. On the way in, the manager greeted us…

Lacking flavor, value and service by happydj001 via Citysearch on 3/24/2009

Last Saturday my husband and I went to Caf? Del Rey (CDL) for the first time. We are both foodies, and make a habit of trying different restaurants.\r \r Since I am not comfortable with valets driving my car, we parked about 2 blocks West…

Pricey and not worth it by YoungButLoveToEat via Citysearch on 3/1/2009

The service was ridiculously slow, one waiter was serving about 20 tables on a saturday night! Very negligent service, we were never asked "is everything okay for you?" or "how's the meal" NEVER was i asked for that. The appetizers were…

Asian Experience by jerrymcgwire via Citysearch on 1/5/2009

This is some great asian eatery. Very classy elegant environment. Its a wonderful asian experience. If you want another great asian experience i would reccomend gyneari also.

Tasty and Tasteful Happy Hour by iluvfood4 via Citysearch on 12/12/2008

You have to go here for happy hour if you are in the mood to have a nice wine/cocktail with equally matched food. I know some people crave all that greasy, fried food, but I was able to enjoy a nice meal without feeling weighted down like…

I'll Never Go Back, And You Should Not Either by jthompson01 via Citysearch on 9/16/2008

I just had dinner with my husband there this evening. We had good seafood albeit overpriced. However, they serve Foie Gras, basically an ultra fatty patte. It's probably the most inhumane farming practice conducted, really it's animal…

Outstanding Wine List and Foodie Events by Nancy1313 via Citysearch on 6/23/2008

Cafe del Rey is the place for foodies. I recently attended a dinner & wine pairing there in the private dining room overlooking the water. I learned so much about the geographic area of the wine and how they matched the food with it. It…

Healthy by LaShann S via Insider Pages on 5/6/2008

The food is great here. I tried some type of box and it was the best. The lunch time patrons are all working folks from the area. This is a great place to meet and talk business or just meet to have a great lunch or dinner overlooking the…

Cafe del Rey by Shireen R via Insider Pages on 5/4/2008

Cafe del Rey is a great place to go to for lunch or brunch. It has a wonderful view of the Marina and is a casually elegant restaurant with large windows and sleek design.

Great food by Luana S via Insider Pages on 4/30/2008

The view that you get from dining in this restaurant is worth it!\r \r The food was delicious, the drinks fantastic and the service was the best.\r \r Although a little pricey for my tiny budget, it was very much worth it.\r \r I highly…

WARNING! STAY AWAY! Food Poisioning! by shts via Citysearch on 4/25/2008

WARNING! STAY AWAY!\r \r We went there for Valentine's Day dinner. The food was pretty good, but a bit oily, service was slow. When we got home, after a few hours, I had a terrible stomach ache and was is so much pain. I did have raw…

Way overpriced, pretty good brunch by pishta via Citysearch on 4/6/2008

View is great. Restaurant is nice. Service was neglectful. Jazz band was a nice touch.\r \r Went there for brunch. Food was good, not great. Then they ala carted us to death. In the end, a so so brunch for 3 was $170.00! (we didnt…

Not Worth The Price, Food almost made me gag by caligirl30 via Citysearch on 3/13/2008

Why does citysearh view this as 5 starts when a lot of people have rated it less? That is so misleading. Anyways, this place is 3 starts at best. It is beautiful and romantic. The service was attentive, but tries to encourage you, not…

Remember the old LP vinyls ? by donistheo via Citysearch on 11/20/2007

Well the old LP vinyl records were 12 inches in diameter and that is the size of a food plate in Cafe Del Rey except that the plates are white and the food inside is maximum 4 inches in diameter , which translates to : eat before you go…

Eh, not worth it. by lafoholic via Citysearch on 7/20/2007

My boyfriend and I went to Cafe del Rey on a Tuesday night just to try a new restaurant. We shared a salad and I got the lamb and my boyfriend got the halibut My dish was came with a small piece of lamb and a huge piece of…

Pricey - but well worth it by perevod via Citysearch on 7/5/2007

The entrees here basically start at $30. Generally, for a guy on my budget, that makes this a "special occasion" place. In fact, I took my family here, and it really wasn't a special occasion, just a night out. But I quickly forgot the…

great view of the marina, creative and well-melded flavor... by jolg92 via Menuism on 6/16/2007

great view of the marina, creative and well-melded flavors from across the pacific. well worth it.

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