The new Le Petit Paris in downtown Los Angeles resembles an elegant grand French bistro. Charlie Chaplin lived in the location when it was the El Dorado Hotel back in 1913. Fast forward to today and luxury lofts sit above the new French restaurant, which occupies two floors.
The main floor is stunning with palm trees, huge crystal round chandeliers, large mirrors, soaring ceilings, and a grand staircase leading to the mezzanine above. Skylights allow a flood of natural light into the dining areas which feature massive murals of the Eiffel Tower. Guests can also opt to dine al fresco on the patio
Dinner menu highlights include seabass ceviche, duck foie gras, escargot, gravlas salmon, oysters, charcuterie plate, pizzas, steak au poivre, foie gras and truffle burger
, roasted lobster, steak tartar, duck, and Dover sole.
The brunch menu includes crepes, croissants, French toast, eggs with truffle, eggs Benedict with lobster, and a variety of omelets, sandwiches, and salads. Desserts include crepes Suzette, crème brulee, chocolate lava cake, a grand marnier soufflé, and an assortment of macarons.
The adjacent boutique offers a variety of items including olive oil, macarons, specialty products, pastries, candles, books, and gift baskets.For more Los Angeles dining and travel news, click here.