Don’t worry, this is my last LA post for a while. I don’t know when I first heard about Petit Trois, but I had heard good things so it was always in the back of my mind. When Rachel started raving about it as an ideal Sunday brunch spot I said sign me up.
From the vibe (dark curved wood, mosaic floors, old world light fixtures and China) to the food, this is typical French. And what do the French know how to do? Bread. And. Butter. It’s warm with a crust of the perfect thickness and salt level and the softest inside. So good. Order a smaller meal so you can indulge in this.
Even once the meal arrived, we continued dipping the bread in the sauce if the escargot we ordered. We also ordered a green salad. Very simple, very French, and made with butter lettuce, aka the best lettuce. And then we both ordered the French onion soup. I shouldn’t have to tell you they did a great job on that one.
This is definitely a place to go for fab French fare. It’s a traditional bistro – and, sometimes, that’s exactly what you need. That bread is also exactly what you need.