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Trois Mec
French Restaurant$$$$
Today 6:00 – 10:00 PM
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716 Highland Ave Los Angeles, CA 90038
716 Highland AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90038
$$$$French Restaurant, Brunch Restaurant
French Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Breakfast Restaurant
Today 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Friday 6:00 – 10:00 PMSaturday ClosedSunday ClosedMonday 6:00 – 10:00 PMTuesday 6:00 – 10:00 PMWednesday 6:00 – 10:00 PMThursday 6:00 – 10:00 PM
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Ludo Lefebvre & pals run a tiny, reservations-only global spot with a tasting menu & open kitchen.- Google
"Oh- and the rice pudding with warmed egg yolk and seaweed."
"White chocolate mashed potatoes with seared eel was off the charts."
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Michael Backes
4 months ago
A great restaurant with a great chef, superb kitchen team, and very talented servers. My recent meal was one of the finest that I have ever enjoyed, anywhere in the world. Chef Ludo is a master of technique and taste, and this combination makes dining at Trois Mec extraordinary. And the experience is never stiff, yet always smart and surprising. Simply loved it.
Lisa Tran
a year ago
Wow, thanks for a very great dining experience! It is in a random plaza and in a former pizza place. I'm so happy that we didn't have to deal with valet and searching forever for street parking, as the plaza had a small lot! I paid $95 for this meal.. for an unemployed student, I ain't trying to pay more if I don't need to! We enter in, and was greeted with a Bonsoir from everyone there. I'm so happy that we got the bar seats because it's an open kitchen concept and I LOVE to see chefs do their thang. Apparently each night, the menu changes a bit. We are started off with 3 snacks: puffed tangy wheatberry (think rice crispies but with cool flavors), AMAZING bread soup with this decadent whipped mousse on top (I'm going to get stale bread just to make this myself), and a fried sunchoke bite. The chef who made these snacks came out to give it to us and introduced it to us. I love how enthusiastic he was about the dish. Next came the garlic bread, which they introduced as "garlic bread" but yall know it's more than that. We opted for the supplementary dish, which was scallops with tandoori. Ludo himself presented that dish to us. It was raw scallops powdered with tandoori powder and a whole bunch of other spices. It was amazing, and well worth it. The supplementary dishes cannot be shared, as the whole party has to get it. Next few dishes were our entrees. First was the grilled lettuce. I never had lettuce as the main part of the dish but was quite skeptical, but it seemed like his take on a salad. It was amazing! Second dish was a potato puree. Think mashed potato with cheese, before it was mashed. It was hearty and filling, and I cleaned my plate. Third dish was the short rib. This was the only meat that was served tonight, and for hardcore meat lovers, you'd be disappointed. But I'm a flavor lover, so I'm a-okay with that! It was small, but so unique. Last dish/dessert was like an apple pie crumble but instead put into different layers to simulate that. I was so full by this time and could not finish the whole thing. It did not go to waste! My friend scarfed the first down. I got a latte at the end, and it was also really good as well. The experience was very personal, yet not crowded. Everyone had their own space, and had their own interactions with the chefs. It was a 5 star dining experience, as our water glasses were never empty, and our silverware and plates were rotated after every dish. Even the serveware they used was so cool and unique! (Think hand thrown pottery), and their knife to cut our short rib was some famous French brand. Ludo really cultivated this restaurant to be his baby, as seen in his dedication to being at Trois Mec for mostly every service. I'm not a fangirl of his, but now am. When you look at the pictures, the dishes seemed haphazard, as he changes the natural shape of his ingredients to powders, mousses, foam, etc. However, that brings the surprise element when I take a bite-full of this dish and am titillated by the different flavors that bite embodies. Wine pairing also isn't bad- $25 per person. Once I get a job, I'll be back for that ;)
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Wil Lei
a year ago
The place is located in a virtual corner strip mall, keeping the prior pizza place signage. Not sure what aesthetic they were going for. The interior is nice but still reminiscent of the former pizza joint. They do welcome you well though. First off, the snacks were amazing, inventive, and made us want more of that fried tapioca and garlic bread. Then the 6 course tasting meal came and I wanted the snacks back. Some of the flavors of the courses seemed off and I guess for me personally it did not blow me away enough to want more of each dish, except the nicely braised pork belly and the add on corn and born marrow dish. Otherwise, the entire experience was ok and not enough for a revisit. PS, don't order the non-alcoholic matching drink service. It was basically herb and fruit infused water.
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Fred Van Allen Luxury Vintage and Green homes
a week ago
For foodies only. The real deal.
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alyssa schreiber
9 months ago
Haute Cuisine! Culinary artistry! French dining at its best. If you are looking for a "real" french culinary treat in Los Angeles Trois Mec is it! From beginning to end our evening at TM was perfect. White chocolate mashed potatoes with seared eel was off the charts. Foie gras with kimchi and radish--was out of this world. I could go on and on about each delectable dish. The wine pairing perfectly complimented each dish. Can't wait to go back. Oh- and the rice pudding with warmed egg yolk and seaweed... Problem- Booking can be difficult so plan in advance
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Suzie Hong
a year ago
Trois Mec was one of the best dining experiences of my life. The challenge of getting the "golden ticket" hooked me in, and it was 100% worth waking up early to score those tickets on a Friday morning at exactly 8:01 am. We got there promptly on time, and was immediately welcomed by a host. He somehow knew exactly who we were without me having to "check in for the reservation". The inside is small, with a max capacity probably at 50-60. The restaurant is open and we were fortunate enough to sit at the bar and be able to see everything going on in the kitchen. Every amuse bouche, dish, accompanyment, came out with a ton of care and love. I could see every dish being made and knew that the quality and preparation was exceptional. Each surprised me with unique flavors that went so perfectly together it made me wish my meal would never end. I somehow wanted to continue eating, but stop eating and savor it forever at the same time. Seriously worth every penny and time trying to get that golden ticket.
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a year ago
We immediately loved the intrigue of walking into the old Raffallo's Pizza (sign still there) and finding ourselves in a lovely little restaurant. We were lucky enough to have had the whole place to ourselves as part of a wedding reception. The grooms left it up to the chefs to determine the menu and I wouldn't describe it as a meal, so much as an experience. Keep an open mind because you are going to eat things like hay and bone marrow flan. A really unique experience that encompassed some of the best things I've ever tasted and some of the oddest. The service was SPECTACULAR and it was a treat getting to watch the chef in action.
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Michael Tibbitts
10 months ago
Found to be Unique with Excellent Dining Experience. Be sure to pair the wine!


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