Los Angeles french Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Los Angeles french restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Los Angeles just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Los Angeles, you've come to the right place.
Our Los Angeles restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“While in Los Angeles I came to this Figaro Bistro, and I loved it!!! The next time I stay at some fancy Hotel Los Angeles when I'm in the city, I'm going to Figaro! Thank you the food was great!” (03/30/2008)
“I really liked this, it was a new restaurant to me and I thought it was great. I had a great dinner and thought it was reasonably priced. The ambience is fabulous, i was very pleased to say the least.” (02/19/2008)
“This place has the best french pastries in Los Angeles.” (03/29/2004)
“Oversized baguettes, exquisite entrees,succulent wine and to-die-for desserts beckon customers to come taste a little bite of France. But the patrons of Figaro Bistro in Los Angeles do not need to travel to Paris to enjoy some authentic French cuisine...with one poke of the head in and one bite, one... ” (04/04/2002)
“A Parisian haven in the heart of Los Angeles. The decor is authentic and so is the food. From the floor tiles, the gigantic mirrors, the chandeliers to the Food, the selection of wine and exquisite cocktails, no detail was omitted to bring this Parisian canvas alive. The Filet Mignon was exquisitely... ” (02/04/2000)
“Patina was not even close to the experiences I got to appreciate in New York City. It's not bad but cannot even get close to Lutece, Jean George or others in this class. It's rather bland. The wine list however is great.”