Trois Mec

716 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles CA 90038
(323) 468-8915
Website Trois Mec
Categories New American Restaurant

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JJ Cohoon
James Beard Foundation Best New Restaurant 2014 nominee.
Meredith Gruen
Parties of two get the best seats in the house - at the counter where you can watch incredible food being prepared in the open kitchen.
LA Weekly
This is not the overly precious cooking of the avant-garde. There are no sauce swooshes or pretentious platings or the sense that what you're consuming might be visual art rather than dinner.
Los Angeles Times
Protip: You can tell a lot about a dude from the way he eats buckwheat "popcorn," the crunchy fried grain that tends to show up before the meal at Trois Mec, the new restaurant from Ludovic Lefebvre.
Los Angeles Times
For all of its maddening drawbacks, Trois Mec is the closest thing in the United States to the ecstatic improvisational cooking at Parisian bistronomy shrines such as Frenchie and Le Chateaubriand.
James Jacquet
It's a little tricky getting a reservation however it's more than worth the extra effort. Ludo is the mad scientist of haute cuisine
James Jacquet
It was extraordinarily unique and unpretentious
Jose Ho
I'd come back.
Alain Gayot
Free parking
Virginia Murdoch
Superb food. Get in when you can.
Dan Chun
get the supplement dish-well worth it and if you're a pescatarian, let them know ahead of time for some alternative tastings
Los Angeles
Lefebvre’s rich, fluffy potato pulp with brown butter, onion soubise and laguiole cheese is the standout fave of foodies.
Chris L
Jonathan Gold's 10 Best Dish: Potato puree
Steve Copeland
Sit at the bar for one of the best live cooking shows you'll get to see!
Meals must be purchased in advance off Trois Mec's website. Including tip but excluding alcohol, the nightly prix fixe amounts to nearly $100 a head.
Simple Foodie
Get the wine pairing. Great experience.
A tough ticket to score (just 26 seats), and meals must be purchased in advance off the website. Includes tip but excludes alcohol, the prix fixe amounts to nearly $100 a head. [Eater 38 Member]
Los Angeles Times
Ludovic Lefebvre is one of the greatest pure chefs ever to cook in Los Angeles. Trois Mec is the first place that has ever been his own, like a private club that happens to serve delicious cuisine.
An excellent dining experience if you'd like to treat your tastebuds to multiple orgasms
Max Clark
Amazing! Figure out how to get a ticket and come.
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