35 "French" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Game-changing, delicious French food in an incredible space in Mid-Wilshire. Hop on the Republique train.
Bell's is a casual French bistro in Los Alamos and the kind of place that makes you want to leave your city life behind and move to wine country.
Belle Vie is a casual French bistro in Brentwood that’s going to be your new neighborhood hangout (even if you’re not a local).
Trois Mec is a special occasion restaurant in Hollywood where dinner will often surprise you.
Petit Trois teases with a cool idea, delights with great food, and leaves you with the feeling that it could have been more.
This once French-Mexican brunch spot has morphed into the most reliable French restaurant on the Eastside.
Le Comptoir is a tiny prix-fixe restaurant in Koreatown that feels like a dinner party with friends.
For their second location in Sherman Oaks, Petit Trois has gotten bigger in every way, with a large dining room, an expanded menu, and breakfast.
For great, interesting wine, and excellent classic French food, Oriel in Chinatown is the place to be.
189 by Dominque Ansel is the full-service restaurant in The Grove from the guy that invented the cronut.
Chinatown deli Philippe The Original carries much culinary (and cultural) significance. It’s still very much worth the trip.
There’s a lot to like about 4th & Olive in Long Beach - from the Alsatian food to the all-veteran staff.
Church & State might be one of the older restaurants in the Arts District, but it’s still definitely worth your time.