To be honest, what drew me to try Dominick's Sunday supper (other than the cheap-o price tag-3 courses, $15) was the prospect of a quiet, candle-covered patio, and in that aspect, the place didn't disappoint. The setting is divine. Unfortunately, the food does not match the location.
The sunday supper menu for 11/20: First, eggplant cakes with mozzarella. These were tasty--crispy on the outside, creamy pureed eggplant on the inside, with mozzarella in the middle. Second, mushroom ravioli with porcini sauce. This was underwhelming--the porcini "sauce" was bland and watery. The raviolis were limp and flavorless, though a dash of salt and pepper seemed to perk them up. Third was ricotta cheesecake--this was fine, tasted lemony and fresh, with a ginger-flavored crust, probably homemade (not frozen).
On Sundays Dominick's also sells cheap bottles of wine--$10 for the house red or white. We went with the red, slightly syrupy, but a decent chianti-esque taste.
We ended the meal with coffee, and moved to comfy chairs in front of the outdoor fireplace, which almost made up for the mediocre meal.
8715 Beverly Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 91048