I came here for brunch with a friend on a Saturday around 11:30 am and there wasn’t a wait at all. The place is fairly small with about 20 two people tables, which includes the patio and inside the restaurant.
The major issue with the restaurant is parking. Actually, that’s a major issue anywhere in Los Angeles. There’s meter parking on the streets but the prices could cost your soul and next year’s plastic surgery.
The restaurant had a floral smell to it because they also sell flowers, which is pretty clever way to up-sell for daters. However, I don’t save ’em and the last person to buy flowers for a significant other. My date said the place was really “cute” and only women would know what that means.[adinserter name=”Block 2″]
The wait staff was really helpful and friendly. It’s the same top level service you’ll get from famous restaurants like Burger King and McDonald’s. However, the one thing lacking from those fine establishments are rose petals and the floral smell for people allergic to flowers.
Anyways, we ordered the following items off the brunch menu:
- Croque Madame – It’s a sandwich that came with an egg on top of it and a side of fries. It has cheese on top and inside the sandwich. It was really tasting and fairly large. The elastic texture of the cheese and the broken yolk will make every food blogger take a picture. What doesn’t go well with fries? Plastic surgery.
- Eggs Benedict – The egg benedict was delicious. It was two English muffins and a side of potatoes. The Canadian bacon added a nice touch to it and it wasn’t as salty as I expected. Hollandaise sauce was creamy. However, it doesn’t compare to McDonald’s processed Egg McMuffin.
Overall, Le Petit is a great brunch spot without the crowd. The food came out within a reasonable amount of time. I will definitely come back again for brunch and bring a date that’s allergic to pollen.[adinserter name=”Block 1″]
- Service - 7/107/10
- Presentation - 7/107/10
- Flavors - 7/107/10
- Decor - 6/106/10
- Ambiance - 7/107/10
Le Petit is a great brunch spot without the crowd. The major issue with the restaurant is parking. It’s a perfect location to bring a date that’s allergic to pollen.