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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Thanks for this helpful info. I’m making a plan to go tour to your city as I feeled so much bore in this lock down.
However, I am a foodie and love to taste french foods and recipes. But I was confused on which restaurant I should go when I visit Los Angles.
Thankfully, now I have a handfull of options. Thanks for sharing this indepth info.
One question- is there any restriction to visit your country due to Covid-19? Are the restaurants open?
Waiting for your response…
Hey. Glad you like our Los Angeles guide. You saw the full map, yes? There are heavy restrictions on entering the U.S. now during Covid, I can imagine, so please check the guidelines for traveling from your country. As far as we understand, only some restaurants are open and there are a lot of rules and regulations they need to follow. As a customer, you will need a face mask, etc.