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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Thanksgiving Dinner Special Menus & Offers
The Chef Matthieu Audinot is looking forward giving you all his passion through his Thanksgiving 3 courses pre fixe menu and make sure you have an amazing experience. $65 per person
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
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
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Mon - Wed 4:30PM - 6:30PM
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Very nice evening out with friends, It was a wonderful spot to eat and catch up. Also, the bartender's choice cocktail was amazing. Not sure what it was, but I know it had carrot in it.
Excellent food and service. We went there on Wednesday night and found out that is a Jazz night. Kind of like it!
We enjoyed everything about the restaurant and our waiter made the experience very nice.
The place is beautiful is just like the pictures in the website....I will not recommend this place for
lunch or brunch......I will go at night to enjoy the decoration and the atmosphere of the place...
The food was so! so! I will go for drinks and small plates....The service is was good but a little slow....
I was there for lunch in a Saturday.....
I will go back! but not for dinner....
A nice place, decoration is elegant. Table is small to hold more than 3 dishes at the same time. We order the asparagus which is the only highlight. The cheese and charcuterie plate is not fresh, especially the proscuitto. As for the truffle pasta, the show of cooking is good and impressive, but I just wonder if it is proper to keep it in house without freezing? The temperature and people here can cause contamination. Duck confit is the worst one I have eaten. The fat under skin is so greasy and hard to swallow. The beef bourguignon is no seasoning at all. My friend and I spend nearly $300 which is the same price for a Michelin Star restaurant, but the food is totally a disaster. We just take a bite of the entrees and tell what happen to the waiter. NO RESPONSE. No one care our problems. That's also ridiculous and unprofessional. It the first time and also the last time to this restaurant.
Great!! It felt that we went to Paris and back
The Jazz dinner was wonderful and a very good value. The jazz was not what I expected. The keyboard player and sax player needed a bassist instead of the singer.
There was guy in shorts and a Dodgers jersey which I hate to be a snob about, but I think it taints the ambiance and occasion when he a woman in booty shorts and sandals talk on cell phones in a restaurant this nice. Even the 5 yr old who was bouncing around was properly dressed. The food was delicious and cooked to perfection. Bartenders choice was so good my girlfriend asked what was in it and the bartender happily gave us the recipe on a piece of paper. The wait staff is very respectful of conversation and informative on subjects outside of their typical duties. Overall I would dwfinitely come back, but I wish they had a dress code.
This place is amazing. Our waiter was very attentive and skilled at table side service, this is a fine art.
The prime ribeye was extraordinary and paired incredibly with a Saint Emilion Grand Cru.
I highly recommend the crepe Suzette flambée au Grand Marnier, that was the best I've ever had. This is a very elegant restaurant and the staff was awesome!
Awesome service, food and ambiance. Overall great experience.
i wasn’t impressed at all. it is a beautiful atmosphere but the food was so basic and brand.
The service was terrible, we waited so long for our lunch dishes. Once we got the food it was nothing memorable and my salmon was cold as if the plate had been sitting for a while.
I had the lemon pasta. Too many capers. Not enough shaved Parmesan. Nice but nothing I’d go back for. My nephew had the duck.. said it was nothing to write home about. Lovely atmosphere. We were there pre theatre so it was quiet. Good service.
My friends and I came here for brunch and it ended up being a self-serve. Some of the food were flavorful and tasty, but some were out for awhile so it either cooled down or were not as fresh. I would say the food was mediocre. The service was excellent. Our server always made sure our mimosas were always filled. The setting of the restaurant was cozy and nice.
The food is amazing here but I wouldn’t recommend the buffet. Glad we tried it because we love dinner at Le Petit Paris but wouldn’t come back. The food wasn’t as tasty and it felt like had been sitting out there way too long. I would recommend just doing Saturday brunch a la carte instead
Dine LA menu was excellent and service was attentive without hovering.
One of the best Dine LA menu (with good price) that we have ever had.
The service and food were great! However it took more than 30 minutes to get our desserts.
Excellent service, delicious food and great décor. (Parking is problematic and it's always best to reserve at least a couple of weeks ahead for brunch).
We were downtown for the weekend and celebrated my husband’s birthday at the Bastille Day brunch here. Attentive staff, amazing food (desserts made me tear up—just lovely), and the atmosphere was warm and comfortable, but perfect for a refined brunch. Highly recommend!
Had a great experience from the moment I walked in. I was meeting a friend for a bday dinner. She was running a bit late, and the host was very understanding. I sat in a small lounge area they have to wait for my friend. The bartender promptly came by to bring me water and offer me the happy hour menu. I placed an order while I waited. When me friend arrived we were seated in a small table right by the stage. They have live music playing in the middle of the restaurant, it was a jazz band, the singer was amazing. The staff was attentive and friendly. My water glass was never half empty. We ordered the burrata and the Cognac Flambéed Truffle Pasta In a Wheel of Parmesan Cheese. Both dishes were delicious, but the pasta was amazing. I liked the table side flambe. For dessert, we got the lava cake which was scrumptious. My friend got a complimentary creme brulee for her birthday. Overall great place for dinner in a LA.
Wonderful selection for Sunday buffet brunch, excellent quality food and great service.
The service was excellent, the food delectable, and the establishment was very nice.
Lets start with customer service over the phone. I called several times to ask different questions and every time someone picked up, they were professional and very kind & informative. I wanted to know the best times and dates to enjoy live performance because we were going to celebrate my brothers birthday. I ended up making the reservation through open table and it was a smooth overall process. The restaurant itself is beautiful, very 1920s speakeasy vibe in a modern classy setting. Everything very clean and detailed. We were a party of 6 and were greeted with a warm smile and walked to our table. Dusan was our waiter, & oh how much a difference an experience becomes when you have an amazing waiter. He was soo welcoming, so kind, so patient & had such a positive energy to him. He recommended a few dishes that we ended up loving & any questions we had, he would go above and beyond to answer and to take care of. We had live music the night we went, Wednesdays between 7:30-9pm & it was great, def added a touch to our dinner. The food was very well & decently portioned as well. I judge places by their house breads and we loved the house breads.
Cons: parking, they have valet however Im no fan of valet parking & neither restrooms had seat covers but downstairs restroom had beautiful art decor. Would recommend Le Petit Paris for sure.
We went for a Birthday dinner and it was a great ambiance for us to enjoy.
Fabulous from the moment I walked in to the moment I lefts the food was exquisite. I enjoyed the escargot and sea bass. They were both prepared to perfection. The vegetables that came with the sea bass, however were out of this world. I could eat them for days.
Yes, it is pricey but it is well worth it!
A beautiful experience. The service was beyond outstanding.
Unfortunately we did not enjoy our meal or experience at this restaurant. the food was very bland and yet very pricey. we went specifically for their truffle pasta in a cheese wheel which was almost $70 and it was almost flavorless and cold. we did not feel the staff was all that friendly, and in addition we felt a little sick after which was not pleasant. we were expecting a fine dining experience and traveled from over an hour away, but we were disappointed and it was not worth it at all.
Bloody Mary not as good as before - mix was not as full-bodied; penne is too hardy for the flambéed pasta. A fettucini or linguini preferable.
My husband and I love this restaurant. It is usually not as loud as it was this last time. We may just have been unlucky to sit next to some very loud ladies.
Great ambiance, food really tasty and value. Only problem is parking during lunch. But you can go in the alley next door for $10. Overall very happy with my experiences
An excellent upscale spot in downtown LA! The perfect restaurant to celebrate a special occasion.
This restaurant was an amazing experience. I’m from Los Angeles, and this is definitely the best French food I have had. Can be a bit noisy but if you value great food and a beautiful ambience, this is the place for you.
Le Petit Paris is one of the finest restaurants in all Los Angeles. The entire staff from the moment we walked in was outstanding. Sasha was gracious. Chris the bartender was smart & informative as was his co-bartender. And the server handling the pepper mill can really sing! The repurposed design of the restaurant was clever & enchanting. Can't wait to return. Thanks to everyone for a delightful evening
Have dined here several times before. It used to be a very nice place for a relaxed dinner. Now they had a band with OK repertoire and a mediocre singer, but so loud that it is no longer an elegant dinner with a chance to have a conversation. You have to scream to be heard across the table. Disappointed
Great ambience with awesome customer service. It was a Tuesday night so I’m not sure how loud it can be in there. The food was really tasty. Cheese pasta, Maine Lobster Linguine was my fav.
My first time here and my whole experience was great. I will come again.
The appetizers were better than the entrees, service started out well but by the end of the night we were mostly ignored. We asked one server to pack our leftovers, he disappeared and never returned. Then we asked another server to pack them, he piled our plates on top another, with the bottom touching the food we wanted to take home, treating the food like discards. It was not a pleasant sight. The ladies' room was filthy, not what you expect from a restaurant of this calibre. The noise level was ridiculous, and the tables were so close to each other we heard the neighbor's conversation more than our own. NOT a good place for date night if you want intimacy or a chance to chit chat.
Nothing to write home about. Except for maybe those 3 foot pepper shakers--What are those even about except to make you feel crazy when they are grinding it over your meal?!? It's fine. But that's as far as I'll go with it. The food is average, but expensive for what you get. The burger is great, but...still expensive. We had the cheese plate...OK. The lamb shank...OK. The service...OK.