I love Mo's, have mtngs there, threw a birthday party there in the back behind the double doors, excellent waitress, mgrs are nice and speak at the tables. Good food, excellent parmesean toast, curly fries, burgers, turkey burgers, great vibe, nice people. Good prices, go there often, like anything in Burbank, actors can feel free to go there and not be attacked because Burbank residents are used to seeing them all around the area.
The food was ok. But the service was awful. Our waitress only came to take our order and to give our tab. Didn't ask us if we needed anything or bothered to smile, thank us or really anything. Unless you get seated in the bar area, it isn't fun either.
Terrible service, our waitress was a spazz she never checked up on us and when she brought us our check she didnt even make eye contact or said thank you for coming in...i would not think of going back there again...not until they get they're act together.
We are always greeted at the door with a smile. The staff is polite, and welcoming. Althought all the server are good, Our favorite is Audrey. She knows the menu well, is warm, and up bet. The burgers are hot, big, and juicy. We love the burger bar. The salad selection is wonderful. Each salad is large enough to feed two. The Cobb Salad is the best. The value is good. It is a bit buzzing around lunch, but still very enjoyable. Dinner is more relaxed, warm, and cozy. Good wine selection as well. My favorite the Salmon, meltes in my mouth. I highly recommend lunch or dinner at Mo's... Each time I go to Burbank, I have to stop at Mo's, as much as I can, I'm addicted.
I lived in the Hollywood Hills in 1997 and 1998 and made it a weekly habit to have breakfast at Mos. Now everytime I'm back in L.A. I have to eat at Mos at least once if not more often. It brings back good memories and the food and service are great. Anyone who travels with me knows they have to plan a trip to Mos if I'm in town.
Have been to Mo's multiples times over the years. First, note that, like many restaurants in Burbank/Toluca Lake, the food and service here is highly variable in terms of quality (I guess the actors they employ don't stay long or are inexperienced?) Anyway I've never had anything at Mo's that I'd call excellent, sometimes it's okay and sometimes it's lousy, especially hate how the salads so often have dried out or limp greens. Pancakes and breakfast stuff tends to arrive completely cold. What I really dislike though is generally the staff at Mo's is obnoxious and spacey. You can tell they'd rather be anywhere else than this job that apparently is beneath them; it's an unpleasant vibe. I'm very easy-going so I find it a drag to be around. I only ever had 1 good waiter there 1 time. Finally note that comparatively Mo's is very expensive for what you get.
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