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Les Noces du Figaro
618 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90014
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Les Noces du Figaro Details
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 8:00 am - 12:00 am
Sunday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
French, Contemporary European
A word from Les Noces du Figaro
Les Noces du Figaro is a classic French Brasserie in downtown Los Angeles.
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Diners' Choice Winner
I've been wanting to come here for
about 2 years and finally did for brunch. It was lovely. The decor was charming. The food was delicious. The service fun. I like NOT being rushed on weekends and I got that. The waiter was hilarious ans fun. I would definitely go back."
Dined on 3/30/2014
Elegant - tasty and full of flavor
- this is the food and the interior. Really loved the happy hour specials. Ravioli dish was perfection with a great sauce that didn't overpower and not too much sauce. Friend had the slider burger and fries - grilled nicely with lots of flavor. The crispy fries rounded out our meal. I enjoyed my Kir Royal. You'll see us here again -- many times"
Dined on 3/30/2014
Dinner was excellent. We ordered
coq au vin and cassoulet. It's hard to fin d authentic versions of these dishes, so we really appreciated them. Outstanding service from Kareem. We are definitely going back."
Dined on 3/24/2014
The food was amazing, our server
was friendly and funny!"
Dined on 3/8/2014
I found this restaurant on the
internet and decided to meet a friend for dinner. We had great seats near the front to enjoy the street scene while we dined. I had Chicken- delicious. It had just a light crunch to it. My friend had the pork chop- very moist & tasty. Our waiter did seem to be a bit anxious to take our order even though the 2 hours we we spent dining the restaurant had only a small number of diners."
Dined on 3/8/2014
The restaurant tried to cancel my
reservation without notifying me because it was for 930 and they closed at 10. Claimed open table must have made a mistake (which it didn't). When I showed the hostess the reservation confirmation on my phone she gave me and my girlfriend attitude and started issuing bogus excuses. I never even got seated. Pathetic."
Dined on 2/27/2014
I took a few friends who were here
from NYC to Les Noces for dinner. We we greeted by Karim, who made us feel as though we were regular patrons of the bistro. I have been to Paris many times, and he has the same French "attitude" that we all love to hate. He knew his menu quite well, and made some wonderful recommendations. The cod was superb, and my duck confit was quite tasty, albeit a bit small. The wine was also outstanding. I look forward to my next visit."
Dined on 2/15/2014
Must have been understaffed that
evening- service a bit slow and menu was shortened. We learned later that changes are being made and the menu is being enhanced, as it was when we dined in the past. The best- is the waiter actually asked how the salmon should be prepared! Good idea because I recently had lunch at a new restaurant in West Hollywood and the salmon was very rare-one person asked for it to be cokked a bit longer. Perhaps waiters should ask how the salmon should be cooked- so often it is extremely rare and it isn't sushi!"
Dined on 2/19/2014
I dined here for Valentine's Day
as I was excited about the Yelp and Opentable reviews! I loved the French details in the restaurant along with the special decor for the evening-candelabras, buckets of wine, and rose petals...I chose this location over 4 other places and was excited about the food overall but the service from Laura equated to that of a family run diner. It took 8 minutes to receive water, and over 20 minutes for her to come to the table. She approached us with a hello and simply requested our order. No welcome, no warmth, no hospitality whatsoever. Thanks for a great First Valentine's Day Laura! I won't be coming back JUST because of her!"
Dined on 2/14/2014
The place was virtually empty, yet
the service was appallingly slow - waited forever for a cappuccino, then they brought the wrong Moules dish, then they forgot the fries that were supposed to come with it."
Dined on 2/9/2014
What a great restaurant in an
upcoming old theater area. The food exceeded our expectations in presentation and flavor. Would love to try it early morning for special coffee drinks and their in house bakery."
Dined on 2/1/2014
A pleasant surprise in the middle
of downtown , great food and ambiance !!!"
Dined on 1/6/2014
We had a Living Social voucher. We
had appetizers that weren't included but they were excellent. The calamari was one of the best we've ever had. Very lightly fried and not greasy. Beef carpaccio was also great. The steak that came with the voucher was okay but nothing we would ever order again. The steak was tough and fatty. The sneak knives had seen better days. They need to be replaced since they wobbled when cutting the steak. They must be left over from an old Ponderosa Steak House. Not what one one would expect from an old school French restaurant. The place is worth trying."
Dined on 12/27/2013
Although the surrounding area of
the restaurant was less than inviting, once you walk through the door it's a completely different vibe. Nice restaurant with a little bakery off to the side with delicious macarons!! Food was excellent, wine selection was excellent also. Very good service. Will definitely be back."
Dined on 12/11/2013
Unfortuately and for a Saturday
night, the restaurant was very quiet....which is unfortunate since it is really a good restaurant, good service (Amit... you are a good waitress), and ambiance is upscaled from the normal bistro. Being in DT LA is a great thing, but being on Broadway is not....this street is not built up yet BUT I feel that give it a couple of years and Broadway will be OK. I will definitely go back to the restaurant in the near future."
Dined on 11/23/2013
Standard French food was good, not
great. Escargot was better than Coquille St Jacques as appetizer. Bread was fresh and delicious and wine was great and a great value at Happy Hour prices. The meal, one rib eye and one filet, each with sides of potatoes and vegetables, was tasty, but not memorable. Portions were large. There were a few things I djdn 't like. The location in a really run down part of downtown LA was off-putting. Though there was valet parking, I think they only have it on weekends, and I would not park my car and walk to the restaurant. The restaurant was lovely, and very different from many I frequent, but the large, empty rooms made me uncomfortable. Service was slow despite few customers."
Dined on 11/22/2013
I took a large group here and we
had a great time. Excellent food (enough to bring some home--yum), good service and nice ambiance. I felt everyone went out of their way to ensure everything was good with our group. We went on a Sat night at 6:30 pm and had no problems with waiting or anything else. Valets take care of parking ($8 I think). I would definitely bring a group here again."
Dined on 10/26/2013
A good brunch place in downtown
Los Angeles is hard to find. This place is it. Believe me. This restaurant is also our special occasion, quiet, romantic place. The food is delicious, and we go for the vegetarian options....excellent, especially when you want a nice main course, and are not in the mood for asian vegetarian. Comparison restaurant for downtown LA is probably Bottega Louie, but French-American cuisine, without the noise and crowds. Figaro also has scrumptious baked goods behind glass cases that look like art work. Don't let gritty Broadway scare you away."
Dined on 10/22/2013
Party of 6, food ranged from
pretty good to pretty bad. First 2 beer choices were out, all of the taps ended up flat. Service was pleasant but slow and not helpful. Absolutely dead on a Friday night."
Dined on 10/11/2013
The gorgeous decor inside and out
is reason enough to return. The capable service left me lacing nothing. There was nothing especially wrong with the food, just no single element that made me stop to say "damn! That's good"."
Dined on 10/10/2013
GET MORE PEOPLE TO VISIT this FINE
French restaurant!!! Love the food and the service! I really want this place to SUCCEED!"
Dined on 9/10/2013
A charming, spacious French
restaurant in an otherwise sketchy part of Broadway in Downtown LA. Delicious cuisine, appealing yet understated decor, and a very friendly vibe. We ate at the bar, and the waiter/bartender was incredibly helpful, engaging and responsive. A great experience in every way."
Dined on 9/5/2013
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