Petit Trois, a tiny restaurant in the heart of Los Angeles, appears to have it all including a celebrity chef, who is a master of French cuisine, long lines at the door, a loyal clientele and a celebrity or two always dropping by.
So, what’s the problem?
Location, location, location but obviously few care as Petit Trois is one of the eclectic darling eateries in Cinema City?
Here’s what Zagat, the noted restaurant reviewer, has to say about Petit Trois:
“...Ludo Lefebvre, John Shook and Vinny Dotolo take cooking to the level of performance art at this charming Hollywood bistro (“little sister to Trois Mec” next door), creating fluffy, famous omelets and other truly delightful classic French dishes as they were meant to be; though a few quibble about uncomfortable quarters and long waits, squeezing into the postage-stamp-size setting affords eye-crossing close-up views of the personable crew's well-orchestrated frenzy in the kitchen. P.S. no reservations or cash accepted.”
|Steak, frittes in Cognac pepper sauce|
|Paris Brest, the new creme brulee|
THE BIG SURPRISE IS NOT THE WILDLY CREATIVE CUISINE OR THE PRICY TAB IT'S THE LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION.
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