Petit Trois

Row 1

Details
716 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 468-8916
French
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: Noon–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Most amazing dishes here, make sure you ask for their specials of the day!
  • Dance party in the bathroom. The playlist at this restaurant is almost as good as the food.
  • Named #2 in our 10 Best New Los Angeles Restaurants of 2014 list!
  • Green Bean Salad, Omelette, Steak Frites, Baguette and Butter
  • Tiny brasserie, the cheapest ticket to Paris from LA. Wonderful snails, steak frites and crme brle.
  • french soup and burger
  • Everything here so so so gooood!!!
  • This tiny spot lives up to its name. Great food though. Try a French dessert like a Paris brest.
  • Big Mec/ Escargot/ Onion Soup/ Tartare and still trying more stuff.
  • The perfect steak tartare in LA. Ludos omelette is also exceptional.
  • Everything and the service
  • Delightful French bistro with amazing food, great wine selection, and delicious cocktails. The menu is limited (and leans a bit more toward lunch) but you can't go wrong!
  • What it lacks in space it more than makes up for in sumptuous French cuisine, artisanal cocktails, and Europop classics. Additionally It's location makes it a frequent stop for free range celebrities.
  • The chicken confit was good and the omelette is popular. Cocktails are good too.
  • Cute funky place with delicious surprising French food
  • Big mec! Its good but so heavy. I ended up only eating a quarter of it. The steak tartare is interesting, not a big fan. The flamb pasta is surprisingly refreshing and zesty. Fries were meh.
  • Not a bad wait if you have 3 or less people. The food is delicious - on the sweet side for the French onion soup and the mussels. Escargot was delicious and service is great
  • Cooked turkey neck gravy gives Preux & Propers Debris Fries an extra-Southern punch.
  • Much more than just a simple cheese fry plate, Petit Trois mornay frites brings French decadence in the form of bchamel and gruyere over what may be some of the citys best fries.
  • Pasta with pepper & cognac was too peppery

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