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Tiramisu reviews for restaurants across Los Angeles from the great Heavenly Tiramisu site visitors.

  1. 10: Sisley Italian Kitchen, Westside Pavillion, Pico Blvd.. (I can only describe Sisley’s Tiramisu as orgasmic. I cannot eat it slow enough to savor every bite. I have had a lot of Tiramisu in my day, but this by far is the epitome.) — Brett J. Hooyerink
  2. 10: Sweet Lady Jane’s, 8360 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles 90036. (Sweet Lady Jane’s is an English tea room and bakery in the West Hollywood area. In addition to wonderful scones and cakes, Sweet Lady has an interesting English twist on the Tiramisu. It’s more like trifle withlarge bits of chocolate chips served in a large tea cup. Absolutely heavenly! The Tiramisu is only served on weekends, so a call ahead is warranted.) — Suzy Park
  3. 9: Café Ugo, 10915 W Pico Blvd., Los Angeles 90064, phone (310) 474-4482 (Perfect taste, texture, body, attractive presentation, gorgeous café.) – Keith
  4. 9: Chianti Ristorante & Cucina, two blocks from Johnny Rocket’s, 7383 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles 90046-7572, phone (213) 653-8333. (I was full, but I had room and more for Chianti’s excellent Tiramisu. After the first discriminating taste, I proceeded to snarf up the rest of my dessert, which went really well with the San Vicente liqueur by the way. Not too heavy, not too light. The ladyfingers have just the right amount of sugar on them. If you’re going to have one piece of Tiramisu from Chianti, you might as well order another to go, lest you end up with only the fantasy of indulging again and again and again in this salacious oral treat.) — Melissa Chang
  5. 9: Maria’s Kitchen, Westwood, opposite Westside Pavilion. (Just about any upmarket restaurant in LA can churn out a decent Tiramisu. However, Maria’s produces what may be regarded as the quintessential Tiramisu. — alternate layers of ladyfingers and mascarpone with a light feel, ladyfingers fluffy with a hint of amaretto. Don’t expect a fancy presentation [it’s the usual “square-shaped” slice]. Good alternative to the Cheesecake Factory’s nice but excessively heavy version) — Kelvin
  6. 7: Andiamo, Los Angeles Airport Hilton, 3711 W. Century Blvd., LA 90045, phone (310) 410-4000. (Good flavor, very ladyfinger-ish, not quite enough mascarpone for me. Still, very flavorful.) — Miyamoto
  7. 5: De Euro Cafe, at The Beverly Center, 8500 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles 90048, phone (310) 854-0162. (The ordinary “run-of-the-mill” Tiramisu. Nothing special. Not bad for a quick little “pick me up” if you happen to be shopping at the Beverly Center.) — Stacey DeWyke
  8. 3: San Genero Restaurant, 140 S. Barrington Pl. in Brentwood, Los Angeles 90049, phone (310) 476-9696, fax (310) 471-0959. (This is a down-home kind of Italian restaurant with no pretentions whatsoever. I guess if Italy has the equivalent of middle America, this would be representative of its cuisine. So too was its Tiramisu. I give it a 3 but only because I could eat the whole thing. Basically, it was all whipped cream and ladyfingers.) — Melissa Chang


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