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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Christmas Eve Special Menus & Offers
Le Petit Paris, gorgeous venue in the heart of the historic core of downtown Los Angeles is the perfect choice to celebrate Christmas eve surrounded by people you love. To make this moment unique, The chef Matthieu Audinot will be creating a very special 3 courses pre fixe menu. $85 per person
Tuesday, December 24, 2019
Christmas Day Special Menus & Offers
What's better than a brunch with friends and family for Christmas? Le Petit Paris will be offering an amazing Brunch Buffet (all you can eat ) with a large and delicious selection of food and Christmas specials. $79 per person, $35 under 10 years old
Wednesday, December 25, 2019
New Year's Eve Special Menus & Offers
Le Petit Paris is looking forward to celebrate New Year's eve with you. First service 4pm to 7pm - pre fixe menu 3 courses $85 per person. Second service starts at 8pm with live music, DJ, countdown dancing and balloons drop at midnight - Pre fixe menu 4 courses $159 per person.
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
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Sun - Mon 4:30PM - 6:30PM
Tue 4:30PM - 6:30PM 8:45PM - 11:00PM
Wed - Thu 11:00AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 4:30PM - 6:30PM 8:45PM - 11:00PM
Fri 11:00AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 4:30PM - 6:00PM 8:45PM - 11:00PM
Sat 4:30PM - 6:00PM 8:45PM - 11:00PM
Really had a wonderful experience!
Good, but not fantastic as we expected for a thanksgiving dinner.
Thanksgiving dinner at Le Petit Paris was very good. It’s our second Thanksgiving dinner there, and they did not disappoint. Food was very good, and the service was also very good. We would definitely return again!
Thanksgiving dinners were served to up to 600 people at once! All the staff worked very hard, yet had warm smiles! The dish presentation was good so did the taste. Very good experience.
Excellent food, service, pretty much everything. I’ll definitely go back.
It was an amazing dining experience, We'd love to come back to this restaurant very soon!!
If you like French food, go to this place! you will not regret it!
This is the kind of place you get excited to go support. The food and service are impeccable. You can tell they really pay attention to every detail. All staff is very warm and friendly. Really feels like you’re being taken care of.
Excellent dishes and superb service! The chef knows how to deliver. The décor is modern sumptuous; the space is just a bit too noisy for comfort. Definitely a keeper on the short list of great LA restaurants.
They took one hour to bring the food and after that they came to check every five minutes if we are done quite annoying
Le Petit Paris was a remarkable surprise. The setting was fantastically decorated and the food was displayed in a visually stimulating way. Perfect variety for a degustation adventure. Great service and ambience. Highly recommend the Sunday Bunch. Luis
The burrata started the my wife and shared was tasteless. My beef bourguignon was over cooked and layered with fat. The scallop risotto my wife ordered was OK but nothing special. Considering the pretentiousness of the location and the imitation, authentic French food, we were both very disappointed in the dining experience.
Escargot was not up to par. Lamb shank was excellent, European Dover sole was cooked before fully defrosted. Soufflé was average. The place is beautiful worth going back and trying brunch.
The setting is beautiful and the appetizers were very good. As for the entrees, we felt they were overpriced for the quality of the food, and the squid ink pasta was almost inedible due to the amount of sand in the dish. It was a shame since the flavor was good. Our server was quite good but was clearly harried trying his best to cover the enormous dining room with not enough staff. Our food took a very long time to come out with some of the dishes being served cold, as though they had been sitting. It wasn't a terrible experience but not good enough for us to go back.
The service was mediocre. We were charged for the wrong table and literally was chased across the street to come back and pay the difference on our bill. For a high quality restaurant, this is the last thing I would expect.
What made up for it was the ambiance and food. Really great wine selections as well. Did not try the flambé cheese wheel but it looked awesome at other tables.
Amazing food , really great cocktails, great wine selection. Wonderful service.
Great place this was the 4th time I was there. They have valet parking or you can park in directly across the street, valet is the same price including tip.
Chic and elegant ambiance. Hostess staff was really helpful warm and welcoming.
Waiter seemed really rushed and flew by Evey time- not the elegant experience and attention we expected.
Food was a huge disappointment for ´me.
I ordered the leeks - really overdone and soft - they erre also flavorless . Thé mirepoix on top was too salty:( .
The alaskan king crab had crab shells mixed in with
the avocado, lemon mayo and veggies :( - yuck -
Was really looking forward to our time there!!
My bf had the sea bass and it tasted pretty good but not spectacular.
Friends had the Voglioni and Duck confit tant they loved it. Iced tea was fresh but no offer of refill.
When we told the waiter about the dishes that were not good, he didn’t even ask if there’s something else we may want. What a disappointment!!
It was really! I loved the ambiance and our server was great!
The ambience is fit for people who are on the early stages of dating , a party , a group of friends just basically more of cocktails and conversation . Food is mediocre , I had the whole lobster with fettuccine , lobster was mushy and not fresh it left an itch on my tongue , ive been to expensive restaurants like Mastros and they will never be at the same level as Mastros . The side salad was too salty I had to return and make another one but it came back salty again . The fettuccine that came with the lobster was dry and hard and it seems like it was left so long at the counter , my food was served warm not hot which is not good , my daughter had the scallops and some pasta and was not as good as expected , we loved our appetizers tho , the steak tartare and the sea bass ceviche . Our server was new and she was not friendly and accommodating , we asked her what she think is good in the menu and she couldn’t say anything , she was nervous and not confident about her conversations with us , I should have gotten her name but whatever . I will not refer this place to anyone and will not go back , what a waste of my $200 which I could have spent somewhere else .
Overall is good. We ordered the French onion soup, personally I like salt, but this one is tooooooooooooooooooooooooo salty.
It was my birthday & wanted to experience a new restaurant. I searched on Open Table & came across La Petite Paris. The food was excellent and the service was great...Its nestled in DTLA on Spring street...
Very expensive and they seemed understaffed. Our server was good as was the food.
Best service from the entire staff. Food was delicious.
Always a delightful respite in the hustle and bustle of DTLA. Charming decor, great food, and a very friendly staff.
Absolutely unbelievable experience!
Went for my moms birthday, it was a noon reservation for brunch. The brunch items were generally overcooked and likely sitting there awhile as the restaurant was pretty empty. Heated sauces were coagulated and something like a croque monsieur would be great except that it was totally cold and devoid of meat except a paper thin slice of ham. Hot plate stations would greatly improve this experience - crepes, omelettes, even someone there to carve the meat so it’s not sitting and drying out. Otherwise the service is great and it’s nice ambiance just wish the food was better.
Food was great and enjoyable. Ambience was great and service was great. I would definitely come back for sunday brunch buffet with the family!
Lobster had sand in both claw pieces. Very disappointing. :-( Will come again but try something different.
It’s probably good for dinner. Service took forever and food wasn’t French.
The service was great but the food was lacking and not worth the amount I paid.
As a native Los Angelian and someone who lived in downtown for years, I can honestly say this is one of the best restaurants (and one of my personal favorites) in DTLA. The service is at white-glove/concierge-level. The food is absolutely the BEST! They have the best pasta I’ve ever had in my entire life and I’ve been all over ITALY! (Their Parmesan wheel, white truffle pasta... It’s orgasmic!) The ambiance is stunning. All-in-all, Le Petite Paris gets a 10 out of 10 from me. 😍😍😍🙌🏼
Service was good but food not so good. Drinks were marginal.
We had a wonderful experience. The ambiance was lovely!
The server we had were rushing us and we had only been there for an hour on Saturday. No one else was in the restaurant so why rush us? I guess they wanted to clear everyone out for God know what. I don't think I will be coming back there again. Also there was nothing special with the food
Super relaxed, pretty room, relaxing Saturday lunch
Always good! One of my favorite restaurants in DTLA.
Food was wonderful and the jazz band was a great surprise. I will definitely be back!
Our guy (host) was fantastic! He was super friendly, talkative when needed and gave some insight traditions on when to kiss (under the bridges) and the history behind this awesome adventure. He’s an awesome guider, host and worker.
Thank You, Sean G.