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8265 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 746-5130
5:00pm - 10:30pm
5:00pm - 10:30pm
5:00pm - 10:30pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
10:00am - 3:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
10:00am - 3:00pm
5:00pm - 10:30pm


  • Foie gras, onion soup, steak frites....yum! Great wine list and very good service.
  • The cocktails are great, the wine list is fantastic, and service has just the hint of formality you'd expect from the charming Frenchmen, Stephane Bombet and Franois Renaud, who oversee it.
  • Foie gras with plums and grilled bread. Sensational. The octopus, the pork belly, and the INSANITY that is the duck fat Yorkshire pudding. One of the best meals I've ever had.
  • Monkfish and spaetzle ftw
  • Enjoy happy hour on the patio (Tuesday-Sunday, 5:30-7).
  • Great for brunch or dinner. For brunch I'd recommend a French 75, the avocado toast, with the scallion potato galette on the side.
  • Place looks great, but you'll be yelling across the table to speak to you dinner companions. Forgettable food and and service is lacking
  • the fish 'n chips, dubbed "the city's best" on the menu was not good. so bland, it's not even the neighborhood's best. my friend had the burger. yum! i commandeered half of it and ditched the fish.
  • The garbure, a stew of duck confit and white beans, expresses the very quintessence of duck, its deep brawny soul, its particular gamey perfume.
  • The crispy pig ears served in strips with aioli on the side are like frites from piggy heaven.
  • The French onion soup is as deep and rich and laden with cheese as any you could find in Paris
  • The creamed corn dumplings. Amazing.
  • Named Best New Restaurant in our Best of 2015 issue!
  • Go crazy on charcuterie and fromage, you won't regret it.
  • Such a nice place! Interesting menu with a French vibe, lovely patio on the back and great cocktails. Went for a late dinner and it didn't disappoint.
  • Loud and lively. Hard to chat. Food was I think bit overrated. Duck and mussels were good.
  • If you order the Terrine burger for lunch, pair it with the G&T. Need something light and bright to cut through that richness!
  • The charcuterie board is a grand meat palette that showcases Chef Morningstar's deft hand with all manner of rillettes, terrines and pts.
  • There's a deep, rich, cheesy French onion soup that is basically a paragon of the form, and moules frites don't deviate from the tried and true wine/cream/shallots formula.
  • It's part bistro, part brasserie, and there's a heavy focus on meat hell, there's a giant painting of a pig on the building's facade.

Nearby places

8301 Beverly Blvd (at N Sweetzer Ave)