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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Le petit Paris is a beautiful and romantic French venue in the heart of the historic core of downtown Los Angeles. Chef Matthieu Audinot and pastry Chef Sylvain Font have collaborated in this very unique 3 courses menu $95 per person to create an unforgettable experience. Menu available dinner only.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Amazing food , amazing waitress and a super attentive manager .
Service was really amazing - I mentioned it was our anniversary and they brought champagne for us even though I never asked and it was already almost closing time!
Went here for my birthday dinner with my fiancé. The ambiance of the restaurant is absolutely amazing. Great decor and the service is unbeatable. Any worker passing by would make sure to check on us to make sure everything was going well. It’s a really nice fancy restaurant that I’d definitely go to again!
The food is amazing and the staff is fabulous! Thank you for a wonderful dining experience.
Le Petit Paris' Sunday brunch was delicious. The servers were very attentive and were quick to respond to requests. Very nice ambiance, would definitely visit again. The only thing I would change for next time is that their tables were very close together; I would like a little bit more distance for privacy between other customers.
Overall, it was a great experience.
I really wanted to love this place based on the reviews.
We came here for Sunday brunch. There are lots of options but no cooked food to order like many other brunch locations at this price point.
As for the food:
truffle eggs =ok not fantastic expected salmon and avocado and green salads =very good
Quiche= cold and tasteless
Beef, pork =tough and overcooked
The poached eggs were left in warm water which continued the cooking process so when you cut into the yolk, it is hard boiled.
Macaroons/lemon tart= very good and full of flavor
Chocolate mousse = pathetic lacking flavor
Service was so so, but when I asked to change my bellini to a mimosa because the peach flavor was off, I was told that it could not be done even though the mimosa price was less than the bellini.
The overall brunch food quality leaves a lot to be desired. Perhaps it was just an off day. For the price of $171 for brunch for two, I just had a different expectation which was not met.
Le Petit Paris is one of my most favorite places in Los Angeles. Whether it’s for lunch dinner or brunch the food and atmosphere are amazing. I highly recommend going for brunch it’s amazing!
Restaurant is charming . Old building done over beautifully. Host very friendly and welcoming. Table was ready and wait staff didn’t rush us. Food was out of sight. Everyone’s order came out perfectly prepared and was delicious.
It is pricy but worth it all things considered.
The last three or four times we have come here the service has been extremely slow and the food below average. Wilted lettuce, soggy fries, meat both thoroughly cooked. Really sad to see this decline, as the service used to be superb and the food beyond delicious. Disappointing.
They are not flexible on anything. I made the reservation and tried to change it within the hour and they were going to charge me $25 per person and I had a party of 7!!! They asked me what my story was to change it to decide whether or not my reason was worthy. You cannot change anything on the menu. I wanted an entree from the DineLA menu which wasn’t on the regular menu and they said I could not order it unless I did Dine LA. Do not commit to the place unless you are absolutely sure you will eat there and will eat exactly what they make the way that they make it
It's fabulous! Food, ambience,decor and wine are all exceptional. It's definitely a date night type of place.
Le Petite Paris is a wonderful looking venue with very attentive service and cocktails that captures the quintessential idea of the cocktail lounge however, it stops at the Bar... Out of the 3 dishes my guest and I shared only 1 ,The Duck Confit and albeit a tad over done, had all the decadent and blanced notes of a french dish while the other two, Lemon linguine and the Chicken, where either incredibly overseasoned or woefully underseasond. Though they surprisingly balanced each other out if take one bite of each consecutively, one of my friends exclaimed but I don't expect that to be on purpose lol. The most unforgivable sin came in the form of the Chocolate Lava Cake which was ordered specifically because it is “Supposedly” Impossible to do poorly, in this age of possibility they managed to make, not a cake, a veneer of chocolate incasing a ganache with the viscosity of water all while miraculously being at room temperature. I would love to come back one day to re-try this meal however, until that day comes I can only look at Le Petite Paris, unlike Paris, as a place to visit but not to stay.
Best food and amazing ambiance
Nice atmophere. Old downtown feel.
Food was delicate but ok.
If you work or live near by, worrh to go.
Not worth to travel and to go thru hassle of parking
We had late lunch reservations to celebrate my friend’s birthday and didn’t arrive until close to 2pm. There was only one other table just completing their lunch so restaurant was very quiet. Therefore, my assessment might be a little skewed. The place is beautiful, the “real European” Dover sole was expertly deboned at our table as it should be ( not the little fish that LA restaurants typically misidentify on their menus as Dover Sole). Outstanding! My friend and I split this for our main course and each ordered a starter. All food was delicious and elegantly served.
All in all, it was a very special meal. We will definitely be back.
Ambiance, service, and food is phenomenal. Will definitely return again.
Food was ok, not worth $50 for brunch. Service was excellent.
The food was exceptional and we had amazing service - I would love to go back ! I had the beef Bourgogne and it was so great -
A touch of Paris in the heart of LA! Beautifully situated in an historic building lobby in downtown with deliciously prepared traditional French food. Great service and the owners are on premise to make sure your visit is perfect.
Brunch : very very good meals and very good service... but music too loud for this kind of restaurant
New Year’s Eve
Delicious Sunday Brunch! Great food, ambiance and service!
Food was great and service excellent. Bit pricey for portion size but other than this nothing to complain about, great date night place
Lots of potential here but not quite there yet.
Great atmosphere and delicious food in a venue that almost felt like Paris
Great date night restaurant! Great food, and service!
Excellent food and really authentic French flavor. Menu has good variety and the dessert was awesome.
Decent place, decent food and goood atmosphere
But it seems like more for dinner dining place..
Everything was amazing! Props to Mehran (not sure if I spelled his name right) for making our night magical!
Cocktails were tasty and creative. Highly recommend bartenders choice. :)
Ordered the Foie Gras Terrine, Salmon tartare, and rack of lamb (for 2). Food exceeded my expectations and I was just overall impressed by my entire experience.
The food overall was decent. Tried the truffle pasta and didn't wow me very much. The bourban taste was too overpowering and couldn't really enjoy the truffles. The filet mignon was buttery and soft and cooked to perfection. I wouldn't recommend the pasta but the steak was superb. Great for date nights and special occasions.
Went here for Christmas dinner, mainly because our first choices were either closed or booked solid. 68 bucks for a truffle pasta with ziti- not even handmade pasta. The cognac was not properly denatured, so it was a creamy very alcoholic sauce, but not in a good way. The filet mignon was requested medium and came out well done, the confit had a very unappealing sauce that did not complement the duck at all. Cheapest bottle of wine was 50! I barely ate my pasta. The one thing I did enjoy was the leeks. Oh the salmon tartare has a sweet crean sauce- what?
Although I liked the welcoming, much above LA average standards. The French know how to do this. The decor it’s certainly pleasant!
The price of the fare does not match the food overall quality & presentation. It’s important of course. My lamb shank was moist and tender but tasteless. The asparagus certainly stranged.😅The bottom portion oversteam.
The French soup was very good! Plenty of cheese & Very tasteful!
I see Le Petit Paris as an all classy place. LA needs more class all around 🤪😂
Hence, the music choice when we were there was more like a workout place. In a world of commotion and agitated people, It’s important to have music that helps us relax while dining.
It took way too long for the order to be placed, it Took even longer for the food to be brought to the table . And getting the bill was another 20 minutes. Everyone’s time is precious. But they were mostly pleasant; except the person/ garson who we asked for the music to be changed and he was a bit moody, saying; “that cannot be done”
I may give it another try in a few months to see if it has improved, before I can recommend it🎄
All the best guys we do like you! 🎄🧞♂️🍾🎼🎶
Attentive service. Kind check-in from restaurant manager. Ordered the full lobster and bone marrow plates. Meat was a bit cold on arrival.
Great drinks and wonderful chocolate souffle.
Upon arrival, my family and I were impressed with the Christmas decor and ambiance of the restaurant. We were seated right away per our reservation and attended by our waitress promptly.
We were first served the crostini with a butter creme. We were surprised that the crostini was stale and asked our waitress for some softer bread. The French baguette that was served to us as a substitute was redemption - freshly warm and soft.
From then on the night went on nicely. We ordered a couple items as appetizers including the foie gras with brioche, mussels and a charcuterie board - all of which were delicious.
Our mains included the filet mignon topped with seared foie gras and the lobster linguini. All of which were well cooked, especially the filets - cooked to a perfect medium rare.
Overall, the experience was a good one in terms of food and ambience. My only criticisms would be the lack of refinement displayed by the service and the off-putting staleness of the crostini starter.
We had a wonderful Christmas brunch at Le Petit Paris! They were so accomodating with our little one and the food was delicious! Merry Christmas!
We had Christmas brunch and it was good. Service is excellent our server William is very attentive and friendly. The ambiance is really nice and the decor is fabulous. Will definitely come back.
We were seated in the balcony and it was beautiful !
The food quality at this restaurant is less than or equal to Hometown buffet. The prices are that of a high-end Beverly Hills prime steakhouse.
The food is just very very bad.