When I arrived to the cafeteria, I felt no pressure from meticulous waiters, security or staff members that usually take you to your table. I was able to enjoy the internal environment of the place with its expensive and creative décor that imitates waterfalls, mountains and caves. I also saw people comfortably sitting at their tables and enjoying their food. I soon began looking for the food court, which appeared to be in the back of the cafeteria and had its own environment with a large selection of food and very kind chefs that were ready to help finding the dish of my choice. However, this section of the cafeteria did not have any waiters, so I had to buy and bring food to the table myself. The fact that there were no waiters does not seem very modern and luxurious, I appreciated that I did not have to be suddenly disturbed by waiters asking if I am doing all right and later tipping them.
Cafeteria has a wide variety of food with meat and vegetarian menu. The average price of a meal is around $30. This is not very expensive for a Cafeteria of such a level.
This is one of the strongest aspects of the place. All three floors have a unique environment and plenty of space.
The cafeteria does provide a guest with calm and relaxed atmosphere. This place has a big bar with a variety of beverages.
Cafeteria is located in Downtown LA with a busy traffic and a few parking places. The closes parking lot is located on 732 S Spring St, which is 5 minutes away from the Cafeteria.