Trois Familia

Row 1

Details
3510 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(323) 725-7800
Breakfast
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 8:00 AM–2:00 PM

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  • Fantastic grits. Mole infused butter is out of this world. Portions are small.
  • Come early, put your name on the clipboard and grab a coffee at Alfred down the street. It's Jon, Vinny and Ludo - everything is awesome. Have fun!
  • Nice hash browns
  • Very good flavors that are well balanced! On the pricier side. The Mexican hot chocolate was delicious as was the chicken milanesa
  • This fluffy white tres leches birthday cake with multicolor sprinkles comes in a no-nonsense square slice at Trois Familia. Its like a glorious middle-school cafeteria flashback.
  • The hype is real. Love the potato tacos and hashbrown chilaquiles
  • Awesome brunch/lunch spot. Try the chilaquiles, breakfast burrito, and churro French toast.
  • The hash brown chilaquiles were tasty. The breakfast burrito isn't much better than the cheap taco places you'll find around town. $5 coffee is obscene.
  • The crispy hash brown chilaquilas is a great potato dish. The sauce is what makes it. A nice spicier kick than expected for those who do not like spicy foods.
  • The churro French toast is amazing! Best French toast I've ever tasted hands down. The Salt & Straw vanilla ice cream on top makes it even better.
  • You cant go wrong with churro French toast with Mexican chocolate ice cream and a griddled breakfast burrito stuffed with ham and American cheese.
  • Though breakfast hours commence at 9 a.m., the offerings are fantastic from the get go. Try the blueberry pancakes or chicken milanese slathered with maggi ranch.
  • Can't go wrong here! The chilaquiles are bomb-diggity delightful.
  • Chicken Milanesa, Grits and Carrot Mole Enchilada
  • Get some dishes to share. The grits with mushroom and a poached egg should be one of them.
  • Already the crowds are packing it in, so get there early or be prepared to wait. They only serve from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
  • The sushi rice with salted cod and avocado is the weirdest looking delicious dish I've had in a long time. Chicken Milanese is also not to be missed. Parties of 2 are seated faster, worth the wait.
  • Churro French toast, toasted garlic butter croissant sandwich, horchata.
  • Lots of delicious, spicy flavors at brunch. Small plates so order more than usual. Show up early for brunch or be prepared to wait. No booze
  • Nachos, duck confit (special), churro French toast and galette crpe were all great. Grits were ok, and serving coffee out of chipped enamel cups grossed me out a bit.