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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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- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
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- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
pan-fried artichokes, sun dried tomatoes, mashed potatoes, duck jus
garlic, butter, parsley
Filet Mignon 8oz
candied shallots, mashed potatoes and beef jus cors
The ambience and decor is one of the main standout points of my visit. The rack of lamb and scallop risotto was delicious! Top off the night with a creme brûlée and chocolate soufflé! A great experience
Steak was cold and chewy. It looked visibly seared but didn't satisfy. Staff was great but the meal was sub-par.
Great food, great service, fun atmosphere with Jazz!!!
Service was very slow and our waiter couldnt be bothered to check in on us. Luckily the manager was lovely and picked up the slack. The food fell short of expectations. The mussels while tasty were over cooked and bordering on rubbery. French onion soup was more cheese and bread than soup and onions. The truffle french fries had no sign of truffles or truffle flavor. Lobster linguini had excessive amounts a cream and was topped with large shavings of cheese which I quickly removed - seafood and cheese is sacrilege in italian cooking. To be fair the lobster was cooked to perfection. Lastly, the grand marnier overpowered the crepe suzettes. For a French restaurant, the menu was overly Italian with an assortment of pastas and risotto. And we were brought olive oil and balsamic vinegar to go with our French bread while we had mussels and french onion soup? Won't be returning.
The service was great, the food amazing and the atmosphere fantastic. Will always come back.
It was a good, the concept that you have to order the appetizer and dinner together made us wait more to wait for the appetizers come and had nothing to eat with drinks for a while
The service was too bad. We waited for 20 mins for our appentizers and 40 mins for the entrees. The food is highly overpriced and it does not that impressive. Not really recommend and won't come again
The service was amazing. Mediocre food... do NOT order the squid ink pasta.
Stay away! Food is just ok,but the staff is arrogant, rude and management is deceitful. Our server was terrible with an arrogant attitude. One example,My wife received her cocktail with a glass half full. Our friend who ordered the same cocktail the glass was 3/4 full. When my wife brought it to the attention of the server, her reply was there was more ice in the other glass. It went downhill from there.
When we received our bill a 4% service charge was added. There was no warning about this, it just appeared in my bill. When I questioned it I was told it was necessary in order for the restaurant to recoup the additional hourly wage they were forced to pay their staff. I was also informed that the restaurant takes 50% of the tips left for the wait staff. At that point I understood why the staff were not happy. From a moral stand point this restaurant needs to be boycotted.
Made reservation with high expectations and based on menu and prices. Food is only OK. Plate presentation looks good and pretty. Lamb undercooked, raw texture, no taste, cold, ordered medium. Had to add lots of salt, pepper, au jus and still couldn't eat more. Two seabass cold. Lobster was good, can't messed up on broiled lobster. We waited at every course. Cocktails, taking order, starters, big time gap for entrees (came out cold), took forever to get our table cleared this was excruciating. Then waited some more to get dessert offered and served. Souffle was good, crepe was a no unimpressive. Round cocktail table with no tablecloths, uncomfortable lounge chairs were too small to be used for dinner service, especially for the prices. Staff was nice, very courteous, but overwhelmed with too many tables so there was no personalized or special attention to details or finest. $150 average/person with no wine, plus 4% surcharge, 9.5% tax, and then tips. Dont forget $20 parking. There are definitely better dining options. Not a good first-time visit experience (now last). We all agreed - won't be back.
Birthday was great
Outstanding selection of food with a chief that has delivered a superb French tast
Visiting Los Angeles and went here for dinner on our final night in town. It's a beautiful converted old hotel with a grand staircase. The food was creative, ingredients fresh and well prepared. The chef has a deft hand with meat, fish and veggies. Rather than simply put green beans on the side of the plate only to get cold, they give you a small stainless steel covered pot with veggies--keeps them warm and covered with the sauce. I had the fish which was deboned at the table--very nice. The service is excellent, no hovering just attentive. Our only criticism is that the dinner tables are a bit small, so it was challenging to fit all of the dishes, bread, wine on the table. We highly recommend this restaurant and will definitely return next time we are in town.