Petit Trois L.A.'s Best French Bistro

Chef Ludo Lefebvre’s French bistro is the closest thing we have to Paris in Los Angeles. You’ll find classic French dishes here with rich, buttery sauces served at the bar in a tiny space. The escargot, French onion soup, and French omelette, are the best versions of each dish we’ve ever had. Ludo’s signature “Big Mec” burger is also one of the best burgers in L.A. – two thin patties topped with caramelized onions, garlic aioli, American cheese, and red wine bordelaise sauce. Petit Trois is the more casual, little sister restaurant of the Michelin-starred Trois Mec, located next door.

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This French bistro is hidden inside an L.A. strip mall.
This French bistro is hidden inside an L.A. strip mall.
Burgundy escargot with garlic, parsley, and butter.
Burgundy escargot with garlic, parsley, and butter.
The French onion soup at Petit Trois is to die for!
The French onion soup at Petit Trois is to die for!
Chef Ludo Lefebvre’s classic French omelette is the best we've ever had.
Chef Ludo Lefebvre’s classic French omelette is the best we’ve ever had.
The signature “Big Mec” burger – two thin patties topped with caramelized onions, garlic aioli, American cheese, and red wine bordelaise sauce.
The signature “Big Mec” burger – two thin patties topped with caramelized onions, garlic aioli, American cheese, and red wine bordelaise sauce.

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