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Sign A Rama Santa Monica - 15 Reviews - 12209 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (310) 826-4701

Sign A Rama Santa Monica

12209 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 826-4701
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Sign-A-Rama is the best! We needed signage and custom graphics for our shop in Santa Monica. After calling 3 other awful places, we finally, luckily talked to Kevin at Sign-A-Rama...


Update: as of 2009, we have stopped going to this place. The food taste has suffered, portions have gotten much smaller and the prices gone up. 2008 review: The Best Persia...

Best Sign and Custom Graphic Co! 12/10/2011

Sign-A-Rama is the best! We needed signage and custom graphics for our shop in Santa Monica. After calling 3 other awful places, we finally, luckily talked to Kevin at Sign-A-Rama and he was fantastic: knowledgeable, easy, and quick! He sent a staff member right out and we had our signage for our grand openning the very next day! Amazing! Professional! Fast Service! more

Sign-A-Rama is the only place to buy a banner 4/4/2011

Sign-A-Rama, Santa Monica has done dozens of signs and banners for Open Magnet Charter School. They have helped make our school look great! Also, the owner, Kevin Higa, was extremely trustworthy, and an absolute pleasure to deal with! more

Out of this World 3/25/2011

Would eat here 3 meals a day if I could! The staff is great and the service is Incredible! Try the Veal Parmesan-out of this world! more

Great service & value.. 1/13/2011

We used Sign-A-Rama to make a bunch of signs and banners for all our school fundraising events last year. When I went to pick up our signs, they were working on a very large corporate job, it was really impressive. I would highly recommend using them to anyone! Ask for Kevin. more

amazing banner! 12/6/2010

Thanks Sign A Rama Santa Monica for your support of the Los Angeles Poverty Department. The banner for the Skid Row Artists Festival was great!!! more

Ignore the last review 8/30/2010

Someone please delete this review. more

Come get your expensive shoes ruined!!! 8/15/2008

Avoid this place like the plague. They spilled food all over my $4000 Prada shoes--laughed and then refused to apologize. After they took 3 hours to return my credit card, they charged the wrong amount and then gave our group attitude. They also took forever to bring our food as well as bring us clean untensils. Not a very good restaurant at all. Cons: everything more


Avoid this place. Really, really avoid this place. However, if you want food thrown on you when you ask to correct you bill, then by all means, go there and enjoy. The service is just UNACCEPTABLE. more

This place has really gone downhill 8/6/2008

We've been coming to Darya for years and recently (in the past few months), the prices have skyrocketed, portions have shrank, quality has substantially decreased and the service sux beyond belief. The new waiters working at Darya are the rudest bunch of doucheb@gs you'll ever encounter. The food used to be very good, now the koobideh is soggy and tastes like it was boiled (yum, what sounds more appetizing than boiled, tasteless ground beef?). The portions are MUCH smaller than they used to be (which isn't such a bad thing considering how much worse the food has gotten). The worst part, however, is the increase in price. I couldn't believe how much they were charging for their dishes last time I was there! This place is cutting all corners possible in order to maximize profits & they won't operate very long in this manner. If you're on the westside, go to Shahrzad in Westwood instead. OR, for the best Persian food in LA (with reasonable prices, unbelievably delicious food and great service), go to SHIRIN RESTAURANT in Woodland Hills. Stay away from Darya until they get their act together. Pros: The only local choice for people in Santa Monica Cons: Service, prices & quality of food. more

The best Persian food in LA 8/31/2007

This is definitely the best Persian food in LA. The kabobs are consistently tender and flavorful. All the dishes are great. Decor is cheesy and sometimes there are too many kids, but service is very friendly especially for foreigners. Pros: food Cons: decor more

Won't go there again 2/17/2007

Update: as of 2009, we have stopped going to this place. The food taste has suffered, portions have gotten much smaller and the prices gone up. 2008 review: The Best Persian Food in LA Once You Overcome the Gaudy Decor Just ignore the interior design and focus on the food. The ultra-gaudy decor kept me away for years. Every time fellow Persians said Darya is the best, I thought they probably have bad taste or they only focus on kebobs as the main criterion. A few times while walking by, I walked into the place, but I could not tolerate the decor more than a few seconds. I also remembered having dined there six or seven years ago with terrible results. Bad food and bad decor for an hour. But after a bad experience at another Persian restaurant and feeling that we had lost a favorite, my girlfriend and I decided to try this place. The food was absolutely the best food I have had in any Persian restaurant. The rice was cooked perfectly, the stews were tasty and not too oily, the kebobs are mean and the special rice dishes (e.g. Adas Polo) heaven-sent. Their walnut stew (Fesenjoon) and eggplant Kashk-o Bademjan are great but not the best in town. Their Shirazy salad, can be left in the kitchen, But every thing else is tasty and hellll. Now if you are a vegetarian, try their vegetarian combo and choose Lima bean+dill rice (Baghali Polo) and lentil-raisin rice (Adas Polo) as your two special rices and have cucumber-yogurt dip instead of the Shirazy Salad. It also comes with the eggplant Kashk-o Bademjan. Their split-pea-turmeric stew Gheymeh and especially their parsley-cilantro-chive Ghorme Sabzy stew have the perfect ~punchh. We have been to this place quite a few times since we discovered it 2 months ago and the decor doesn't bother me at all any more and I can see how some people can see it as part of the quirky charm of the place. It also assures the place won't get too popular. Pros: Great Food, Great Service Cons: See the gaudy decor as a quirk more

go for the koobideh 10/15/2006

it was my first visit to darya. the food was good. i had the chicken koobideh and it was pretty juicy. ordering the dill rice (i think it was $2 extra) was worth it. i had the eggplant appetizer but i had better elsewhere. the price is very reasonable given the amount of food you get -- you can most definitely have at least 2 meals for the price of one. more

Best Chicken Koubideh 8/27/2006

This restaurant has the best chicken koubideh (grounded chicken on a skewer). All of the food is very authentic and delicious. Their cucumber and tomato salad is also delicious. more

great persian cuisine 6/9/2006

superb food with an authentic persian feel. ask for the tahdig with stew on top of is amazing. Pros: food Cons: location more

Persian Dining at it's best 6/2/2002

Your typical Persian Restaurant. The dining area is filled with chandeliers and is very fancy. The waiters are very helpful and everything I've had there is delious. Yummy kebobs and the best saffron rice. I think the restaurant is very unintimidating, you will find a diverse clientele. more
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  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri: 11:30am-3pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    West Los Angeles, West LA