The modern-day restaurant traces its roots from the French cooking culture, and now the French have transformed cooking into a form of art. Most of you would probably love the idea of sampling some French cuisine, be it in brasseries, bistros, temples or cafes of fine dining. From Haute to simple ratatouille cuisine, from baguettes to Bouillabaisse, from heavy sauces to light fish, you have every reason to revel in French food. Not forgetting the pastries as well. Here are some of the best French restaurants in Los Angeles.
Papilles is a French Bistro located in one of LA’s Hollywood strip malls. The most attractive aspect of this restaurant is that they usually have a three-course Prix fix meal that costs $38. With very few options for every course, you can tag your friends along in addition to picking three different dishes and tasting them all. Some of the options include frog legs with some garlic puree and foie mousse served with rhubarb.
Petit Trois is a French restaurant with no counter service and one that does not accept any reservations. Because of its popularity and delicious cuisines, this restaurant is always busy. With French music and sometimes French rap tunes playing in the background to set the scene, you can look forward to some of the best omelets and croquet madams in Los Angeles. Better yet, these dishes and many others are served all day.
L’Assiette Steak Frites
The name of this restaurant speaks a lot about it, so if you have a craving for fries and steak, this is the restaurant to pass by and quench your desires. The steak is prepared sous vide so that it has a juicy and tender texture. It is also smothered in house and usually served with crispy fries. Delicious, isn’t it?