The Best French Restaurants in Los Angeles: A Guide for Foodies

Discover some of the best French restaurants in Los Angeles! From classic bistros to experimental tasting menus, this guide will help you find the perfect spot for your next meal.

The Best French Restaurants in Los Angeles: A Guide for Foodies

Los Angeles is a city of many cultures, and the French have certainly left their mark. From classic bistros to experimental tasting menus, the city has a wealth of French restaurants to choose from. Whether you're looking for a romantic dinner or a casual lunch, here is a guide to some of the most highly rated French restaurants in Los Angeles, CA.

République · La Brea

is an iconic French bistro with an excellent wine list.

The menu features classic dishes such as steaks with French fries, mussels a la marinera and a magnificent croque monsieur. Don't miss Big Mec, one of the best burgers in town, and leave room for one of Petit Trois' excellent seasonal desserts.

Camphor · Downtown Arts District

is a cozy underground spot run by the powerful duo behind République. The menu focuses on traditional French home cooking, with dishes such as caramelized onion tart tatin, crispy baguettes covered with sardines and veal ribs served with golden potato mousseline.

Petit Trois · Hollywood is a Parisian-style bistro with a small mall in Hollywood and a fancier brother in Sherman Oaks. The menu includes everything from croque madames to fried rice with kimchi, and don't forget to try their great baked goods in the morning.

Taix · Echo Park

has been open since 1927 and offers Angelenos a taste of the Basque countryside. Pop into one of the stands or sit down at the bar to enjoy quintessential French dishes such as frog legs, trout and almonds and an orange duck only on Saturdays.

Bicyclette · Beverlywood is an elegant space that feels like you're dining at a French diplomat's house. The multi-course tasting menu is constantly changing, but recent innovations include red abalone from Monterey Bay with black truffles and Japanese hamachi with passion fruit served in a clam shell.

Monsieur Marcel · The Grove's Original Farmers Market

has been open for more than 25 years and is one of the biggest and best-known tenants of The Grove's Original Farmers Market. Enjoy a glass of wine and cheese or try their fried molds with soft mussels with garlic and crispy French fries, or their spicy French onion soup.

Perle · Pasadena is a family-run place that simplifies things, providing a romantic and relaxed atmosphere and a menu full of well-prepared bistro food. Our favorite dish is the frisée lyonnaise salad, which comes topped with bacon butter, poached egg, chicken liver mousse, croutons and Dijon vinaigrette.

Mignon · Downtown LA

is a small French wine bar right in the center of the city. Sit down in one of the banquet rooms for dinner and order a bottle of French wine before enjoying ratatouille, snails cooked in shell and more hearty dishes such as orange duck (only on Saturdays), braised leg of lamb (on Wednesdays) and frog's feet.

Philippe Mathieu's Philipe's · Echo Park has been serving delicious French sauce sandwiches since it opened its doors in Echo Park. Before starting to prepare those delicious sandwiches, Philippe Mathieu even had restaurants in the neighborhood. No matter what kind of experience you're looking for, these are some of the best French restaurants in Los Angeles. Bon Appétit!.

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