Le Petit Paris
They decided 15 years ago to create their first restaurant in Cannes, Le Petit Paris, Parisian brasserie, located in the middle of the international film festival city.
In order to give the opportunity of an unforgettable experience in Cannes to their international clientele, they decided to run a business on the beach with the combination of well being, relaxed and lay down on the beach with a cocktail and enjoying a gastronomic food.
David and Fanny were always striving to be surrounded by great collaborators in order to provide a real “savoir-faire” to their clients. They have been known worldwide now thanks to their hard work and dedication.
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The jazz band is good, the food is great, especially the duck leg and the grilled octopus. The portion of the grilled octopus is too small
Very romantic restaurant. Excellent food! Great ambiance. Chocolate souffle was divine!
Amazing service from start to finish. Food was the best I’ve ever had. I could not recommend highly enough. Will be my go to restaurant in Los Angeles from now on.
Overall experience was just "Ok"
For the price, it was very subpar.
First time here. Food was good, the grilled octopus was delicious, the rest was not bad but nothing to rave about. Service was mediocre at best, waiter wasn’t so friendly and didn’t bother to tell us any of the evening desert specials even though the table next to us had it. I didn’t realize that until after dinner when my wife told me. Not sure I would repeat...
AMAZING all the way around. Highly recommend!!
It was everything we hoped for and more. We will be back!
- Got seated 45 minutes past reservation time.
- server never served us drinks or came to check up on us. The manager took our order and not our “assigned” server.
- I walked to the bar to get my own drinks because our server never followed up with us.
- we ordered the specialty pasta and the pasta came luke warm.
Came multiple time but this will be my last visit. The quality of food and service has certainly declined.
Maybe a nice place for lunch but I will never go there for dinner again. Food is overpriced for being this mediocre. Presentations are generally underwhelming and the food bland. We ordered the scallop risotto with black truffle and couldn’t even taste the truffle. Had to ask for a side of white truffle oil and salt to revive this $50 bland dish though the 3 seared scallops on top were great. We watched several people around us order their signature dish of penne flambéed in a cheese wheel tableside. I was disappointed just by watching the next table order it. People eating it looked pretty disappointed as well. Thank God we avoided THAT $70 disaster. ...but I hear the brunch is nice!
Absolutely adored it! Beautiful decor, reservation was ready on time, the food was DIVINE. The duck confit is a must. It was a quiet beautiful evening, perfect for a romantic date. If you like quiet the second floor is best, if you want more ambience people watching, downstairs!
Loved the art. The food, the cocktails!
It’s a beautiful vibe and place. Employees are very courteous. But the food should meet the expectations and unfortunately it hasn’t the previous times I’ve visit. Second time visit, Our steak was requested medium rare and it was definitely over cooked and cold. When informed they retrieved the steak and just put more sauce on top.. no accommodation.
Visited on Valentines Day weekend and enjoyed the food, ambiance and drinks. We all tried the onion soup for appetizer which was delicious. For dinner grilled sea bass was great. Will highly recommend visiting this restaurant for any occasion. I have been there for a daytime event and liked it more. At daytime it looks more elegant and colorful.
Excellent!!! Esp the customer service...definitely recommend to anyone.
Wonderful, Ducal (I think that’s correct) is an excellent waiter!
Great ambience, love decor. Ordered duck confit and it was delicious! Very enjoyable
Lovely atmosphere and delicious food.
In all fairness, I went here for the first time on Valentine’s Day. The place is very pretty as to be expected of the 1930’s era DTLA buildings. The food was average (hit or miss, depending on items selected). The $90 prefix was composed of surprisingly small plates (my petite 110# date left hungry). Beverage glasses were delivered to the table dirty on two occasions. The server was nice and accommodating, however drinks were delivered at a very leisurely rate. All and all - I’d recommend going once just for the ambiance, but if you’re feeling frugal or hungry, best to leave this dinning experience for another night. I would also recommend self parking, it’s the same price as valet, but if you’d like to spend less than 20 minutes getting in or out of the restaurant this is your best option (two lots basically across the street). Parking + 2 Prefix + 2 cocktails + Tip = ~$300. Definitely not a $150 per person establishment.
Valentines night had a reservation for 745 got seated at that time area was nice and clean tables were a little close to one and other but it was fine for being a busy day menu was different and was for a special occasion so you could only chose from certain 3 things (kinda bummed considering i do not have the best representation of fancy or high priced food) overall food was pretty good service was fairly well besides the front desk being it felt like they didn’t want you to talk to them. Lighting is great sets the mood nice are in LA not so great considering you have to find parking if you do not do valet the restaurant itself looks great from the outside everything else around it looks gross and dirty
Food isn’t great and way overpriced for value. The service was good but very slow
We went for valentines day. I understand it is a busy day, but it took us almost 3 hours to complete our meal. There was a couple who got seated 45 minutes after we did and they still got all their food before us. They actually finished their dessert before we finished our main course. We ordered the same items because the valentines menu was limited. So I know it wasn't a matter of business that we were neglected. The server only came once to our table in the span of 2.5 hours. We had to track our server or the floor manager to remind them we are still here and we haven't received our food every time. Food was not even that great. 95$ valentine menu was definitely not worth the experience.
It was a special occasion as it was valentines so we had expected the food and service to reflect the day and the price that we were being charged, but we were very disappointed. We had arrived 30 minutes early for our resevation and had to wait 30 minutes as we watched other guests who came after us get seated first than the server was slow in getting to our table and we had to literally stop him in his tracks to place an order and request refills of water.
Than the food came out starting with the appetizer and needless to say we were not please.
Overall the ambience was okay but definitely will not recommend to anyone due to the lackluster and dull food and the slow service.
This restaurant was spectacular. Felt like old Paris meets cool LA restaurant concept. The food was excellent. And the place was run efficiently.
The set menu was not good at all. The options were not something you would expect or commonly liked. The service was ridiculously bad. We saw plate after plate being delivered to the wrong table. Not to mention the fact that our water was never refilled the entire time or it took forever to get our servers attention. For the amount you pay it was HORRIBLE. We heard from other tables as well how upset they were about the menu.
We have been there before and it was an amazing experience. An experience that brought us back for a special occasion. But this couldn't have been worse.
The valet parking was terrible. You have to block traffic white you wait for someone to give you a ticket and park your car. With that said, once you are inside the restaurant you are transported into a classi
What a scam... every item served was awful. Staff were all nice, not their fault the food is so terrible. $95/person. Wasn’t even worth $9.50... every dish was cold.
The service was very slow also the servers were not attentive. I ordered the sea bass but it was over cooked and very dry. Need to work on the presentation and the food quality but the ambience was really nice and it was a beautiful place. Will give it another shot in the future, we will see than how it goes.
The drinks were disappointing. The food was average and not a good value for the price. The building is beautiful.
It was definitely not worth $270 for Valentine’s Day special for two people. The food wasn’t very good and the service from our waiter was poor. I wouldn’t go there again.
Their prefix menu was basic and the food came out cold.
It was loud, crowded and the food was cold. I've had better food at fast food restaraunts. The waiter only checked on us once and we had to flag down the waiter for the check.
No advance warning of fixed menu only for dinner. Little options for anyone with nut allergies or inability to eat seeds. Overall, all food was not at proper temperature. Duck was over cooked and room temperature. Carrot appetizer was under cooked. Sea bass was tasteless, over cooked, and room temperature. Rice pudding dessert was also under cooked and rice almost hard. Strawberry ice cream was very good. Overall, meal was terrible but ambiance and wine was great. Fire the chef.
Valentines Day Let down. Two people, $265 and we were rushed out in 45 min. Fastest diner of my life, not in a good way.
Disappointing. On top the Valentine's Day menu being $95, food was cold and not that good. The overaall ambience of the place was nice but we were placed next to a wall on the second floor and could barely see anything. It ruined our Valentine's Day night and we will never come again.
Great atmosphere and interior. Feels a little like Paris. Unfortunately some of the snobbery also was felt. At times seemed like the only one who cared that we were there was the busboy and not the waiters.
Excellent in every way
I loved my experience at Le Petit Paris. I totally forgot to get our servers name, but he was just awesome. He made great recommendations and he was just very sweet and attentive over all. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone. I went out of my comfort zone and ordered beef and I must say I was not disappointed. Thank you to the entire team for making us feel welcome and for making this experience a great one.
Loved the food and the service was great!
This is one of my favorite places to dine at, I'm even willing to make my drive all the way from Playa to eat here on a weeknight. The ambiance is great, service wonderful, food delicious, all around perfect for having a date, bringing a friend, and so on.
Great place to dine out. It is not a traditional French cuisine. It also has burger and pasta
We went to Le Petit Paris for dinner with my wife before a show at the Ahmanson. The service was flawless with many people assisting the waitress and her French accent was a plus. We both enjoyed our drinks-lots of creative options to consider but we stuck with classical martini and old fashioned. I had the burrata appetizer and my wife had the onion soup-both excellent. We both ordered the Lobster Linguini as a main course. It was delicious and full of yummy lobster meat. Dessert may be their best course and the only problem was too many choices. Delicious eclair and macaroons were our choices. This is not an inexpensive restaurant but is definitely on our favorite list for DTLA restaurants.