Taylor’s is a classic Steakhouse that is a landmark of Los Angeles.It’s located in the middle of K-town but does not have anything Korean about it. It exudes in old school vibe filled with dark wood interior, deep red naugahyde upholstery, and dim lighting. Once you walk through the entrance, a well organized, tasteful bar awaits. We ordered a drink at the bar while waiting for our table to be set up. They have dining areas ans private rooms upstairs, but unless you’re in a large group, I would recommend the main dining area on the first floor.
We started off with the Soup of the Day ($2.95), which was Tomato Basil, and Caesar Salad ($4.95). For the main, we ordered the Culotte ($29.95), Prime Rib ($23.95), and London Broil ($19.95). All the steaks were ordered in medium and I must say that they were all cooked perfectly. Even the sides, mashed potato and creamed spinach was top notch. We all savored every bite of the meaty goodness and left more than satisfied. Also, the service was great.
In terms of the food, it’s slightly below a level from the top steakhouses such as Mastro’s and Morton’s; however, if you’re in the mood for something more chill and traditional, Taylor’s is the place to go.