20 "French"Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Game-changing, delicious French food in an incredible space in Mid-Wilshire. Hop on the Republique train.
A.O.C. in Beverly Grove is fancy and sexy and serves top-notch French food as well. Your sex life can thank us later.
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).
Petit Trois teases with a cool idea, delights with great food, and leaves you with the feeling that it could have been more.
A French-Mexican fusion brunch? Things are kind of weird at Trois Familia in Silver Lake, but that's just the way we like it.
Home to one the most recognizable chefs in America, Trois Mec is an experiment in the weird and unexpected. You should have it on your bucket list.
Napoleon And Josephine is an odd little Corsican restaurant and one of the most welcoming spots on Melrose.
Chinatown deli The Original Philippe carries much culinary (and cultural) significance. It’s still very much worth the trip.
Church & State might be one of the older restaurants in the Arts District, but it’s still definitely worth your time.
One of the original rooftop bars in DTLA, Perch has a French-leaning menu and views for days. Put it on your list for your next downtown date.
Bordering closely on being one-note, L’Assiette Steak Frites is a lesson in doing one thing and doing it well enough.
The French restaurant Bouchon couldn't be more Beverly Hills if it tried - except the food is actually good.
Cafe Midi is a strange little cafe in an antique furniture store on La Brea and is serving some surprisingly solid French staples.
Big, bustling, and once a gamechanger for DTLA. Unfortunately, unlike most of LA's residents, Bottega Louie is not aging well.
Le Petit Four is a mediocre French restaurant on The Strip that you're visiting relatives will always ask to go to.