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Trois Mec

323-468-8915  •  $$$$
ADDRESS: 716 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038

CUISINE: French, Contemporary, Farm to Table, Prix Fixe

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
A local legend with his LudoBites pop-up restaurants, Chef Ludo Lefebvre now has a brick-and-mortar spot to call his own with Trois Mec. The reservations-only, prix fixe contemporary French spot remains one of the hottest tickets in town. Beer and wine available. Serving dinner Mon-Fri. Closed Sat-Sun. "Accessed by tickets purchased in advance, Trois Mec is a restaurant of modulated grandeur and uncompromising standards. ...the tiny spot serves as a model for modern luxury, with no distance between diner and craft."
- Los Angeles Times, 75 Best Restaurants 2014

"You can joke around with the now heavily tattooed Lefebvre, even asking him to turn down the dreadful French rap music (he may or may not oblige). And then you start to marvel at what's on the plates: dishes like beef carpaccio with grilled yogurt (don't ask how he pulls that one off), fermented black walnuts, and sweet caramelized eggplant."
- John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013

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A local legend with his LudoBites pop-up restaurants, Chef Ludo Lefebvre now has a brick-and-mortar spot to call his own with Trois Mec. The reservations-only, prix fixe contemporary French spot remains one of the hottest tickets in town.
 
"Accessed by tickets purchased in advance, Trois Mec is a restaurant of modulated grandeur and uncompromising standards. ...the tiny spot serves as a model for modern luxury, with no distance between diner and craft."
- Los Angeles Times, 75 Best Restaurants 2014

"You can joke around with the now heavily tattooed Lefebvre, even asking him to turn down the dreadful French rap music (he may or may not oblige). And then you start to marvel at what's on the plates: dishes like beef carpaccio with grilled yogurt (don't ask how he pulls that one off), fermented black walnuts, and sweet caramelized eggplant."
- John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013
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Beer and wine available. Serving dinner Mon-Fri. Closed Sat-Sun.

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