|Address||339 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA|
|Hours|| daytime tues-sat, 9:30am-4pm, sun-mon, 9:30am-5pm|
dinner tues-thu, 5:30pm-9pm, fri-sat, 5:30pm-10pm
|Price||$$ – pretty much everything is <$20, pastries/cakes are $4-8|
|Aesthetic||sage green, country wood, and bronze accents that are careful not to upstage the food|
Go here for: a “sick day” breakfast, or a weekday lunch. No one will care that you took a long lunch if you come back with a box of pastries. Plus they have some local gifts if you need a last minute birthday present.
Order this: sesame butter toast ($7), shredded cabbage and chicken salad ($14), sweet potato pancake ($14), Vietnamese beef stew ($16), chocolate chess pie (or really, any of their pies)
Amount of time to spend: Fiona is best enjoyed at a leisurely pace. But if life calls, it is a counter order place, so it’s easy to grab to go as well.
When to come: slow weekday mornings are particularly special because it’s never busy, but they do dinner too
Parking: is a bit of a nightmare. If you come during the day, there’s 2 hour parking in the residential streets (don’t bother coming during street cleaning). Otherwise, leave offerings to the parking gods to find a meter on Fairfax. You might be better off finding something on Beverly and walking over.
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