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Tu Tu Tango Universal Citywalk

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1000 Universal City Dr #H-101
Universal City, CA 91608
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(818) 769-2222
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Tu Tu Tango Universal Citywalk - Universal City, CA

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I went with a group of 13, and made reservations ahead of time. We were seated promptly, the waitress was a doll, and despite my thinking the appetizer menu would not be enough if...

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i haven't been here in few years and i must say their food isn't what it used to be. i like the atmosphere. the arts on the wall are unique. i remembered the food were outstan...

OMG... so bad 10/15/2008

i haven't been here in few years and i must say their food isn't what it used to be. i like the atmosphere. the arts on the wall are unique. i remembered the food were outstanding but WOW, this time it was BAD!!! i had the variety of tapas and they were all so bad. the only thing i like was the calamari. the waiter forgot about the calamari and we got it for free. i wouldn't bother going back here again. Pros: ambience Cons: service was slow. food was pretty bad. more

Food, interior are works of art 6/17/2008

I believe the presence of live artists at work makes tapas bar Tu Tu Tango one of the more unique dining experiences in L.A. Located at Universal Citywalk, painters and cartoonists create their masterpieces right outside the restaurant. Art available for purchase, mostly modern paintings, plasters the walls inside the venue. Diners select from a wide variety of bistro-style small dishes, including pizzas, salads and meat skewers. The sundried tomato pizza and tuna sashimi were among my favorite plates. The only downsides to the restaurant is that it is dimly lit, so it?s hard to enjoy the art on the walls, and that parking at Citywalk can run $10. more

Odd Server, and missing a great desert 7/26/2006

My girlfriend and I used to frequent the location at the Block in Orange, which had the best flourless chocolate cake ever, so when we saw the Cafe at City Walk, it was a no brainer. We were there at mid afternoon, and it wasn't very busy. We walked right into the middle of the foyer, and there was not an employee in site. After a couple of minutes, a boisterous server showed us to our table. He seemed very attentive to my girlfriends bust area, and didn't really acknowledge me. As we sat, we had explained we already knew what we wanted, so he pulled out his pad, and I started to speak and was quickly shushed by the server. His gaze was now fixated on something out the window. As I turned to see what was so interesting, there were a couple scantily clad 14-ish girls walking by. I kind of turned in disgust, and he said ""Sorry, but she was really hot!"" OK! So we ordered the chocolate cake, and he informed us that they removed it from the menu a while ago, but he wasn't sure why because it was very popular. This happened about 8 months ago or so, and I never thought about writing a review, but I feel it's worth telling, at least for the entertainment value. Pros: Wasn't busy at the time. Cons: I orginally said the server should get a job at a certain chain with a orange owl as the mascot, but apparently, that name is considered a bad word on here. more

Artsy Eye Candy 10/17/2002

I went with a group of 13, and made reservations ahead of time. We were seated promptly, the waitress was a doll, and despite my thinking the appetizer menu would not be enough if we ordered 1-2 dishes each, I was mistaken! We all ordered 1-2 dishes, most of us just 1, and we all had enough food to eat with some left over. Excellent artsy atmosphere, lots of colorful eye candy, lovely/fun entertainment, we had a blast! Would definately go there again. more

more food ok? 6/26/2002

the food was good, i like it i really did, but the portions are too small for the amount i paid. i like the music and decor but,, more food please =) Pros: good tasting food Cons: small portions more

It Takes Tu to Make a Thing Go Wrong 6/16/2002

This can be a nice spot for a good eclectic dinner enabling you to sample a variety of foods because everything they serve is an appetizer. There are no entrees. However, if your taste buds are accustomed to a certain quality of food, this might not be the place. As much as they might try to market their food as tapas, it's just not. It's like the Sizzler of tapas. They try to hard and they don't understand the importance of subtle flavors. However, if you've got family in town from the whose favorite restaurant is Marie Calendar's or something, then they might never know the difference. Pros: good for tourists Cons: food only ok more
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    Sun-Thu 11am-9pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
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    Multnomah, Southwest Neighborhoods Incorporated, Central LA, Universal City

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