French Restaurants in San Fernando

Four-Course French Dinner with Option for Wine for Two or Four at Le Sanglier French Restaurant (Up to 59% Off)

Le Sanglier French Restaurant

Tarzana

$140 $59

40-year-old eatery presents fish dumplings, coq au vin, or pork tenderloin in a peppercorn sauce during four-course dinner with wine

French Cuisine at Crème de la Crêpe Bistro (Up to 50% Off)

Crème de la Crêpe Bistro

Fox Hills

$30 $18

(175)

Authentic French café serves sweet and savory crepes, specialty sandwiches, and meat and seafood dinners

French Crepes at Chez Antoine (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Chez Antoine

Highland Park

$20 $12

(97)

Sweet and savory crepes with fillings such as chicken breast and mushrooms, smoked salmon and crème fraîche, or nutella

Three-Course Dinner for Two at Cafe LuMar ($27.90 Off)

Cafe LuMar

Monrovia

$67.90 $40

(120)

European home-style cooking for lunch or dinner, including sweet and savory crepes, goulash, and paninis

French-American Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner for Two at F Grill (Up to 47% Off)

F Grill

Manhattan Beach

$20 $12

(11)

Flavors France permeate menu of American cuisine, resulting in chicken and goat cheese quesadillas and burgers in French peppercorn sauce

Crepes and More for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Crepes and Grapes Café in Whittier (50% Off)

Crepes and Grapes Cafe

Whittier

$20 $10

(216)

Sweet and savory crepes available all day include egg, mushroom, and goat cheese crepes, veggie curry crepes, and build-your-own varieties

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The Riverside Cafe's cooks draw inspiration from European and American cuisine as they create a menu of bistro-style comfort fare. In addition to baking bowls of french onion soup topped with a shell of imported gruyere, they grill beef and turkey hamburger patties and load baked potatoes with a number of familiar, yet decadent, ingredients, including sour cream and bacon. On Thursday nights, they embrace seasonal ingredients by featuring a specially prepared menu item, which have previously included wild boar and Stilton steak.

Beyond the intimately sized dining room with its "rustic, wood-beamed ceiling," as described by Gayot, the restaurant can seat guests and their canine personal assistants at the outdoor tables. White picket fences and trellises enclose the outside area, and a small awning and robin-egg-blue umbrella protect guests from the sun's harsh rays and dive-bombing pigeons.

1221 W Riverside Dr
Burbank,
CA
US

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606 N Robertson Blvd
West Hollywood,
CA
US

Praised in periodicals and television alike for our traditional French recipes PLAISIR, is a modern bakery and cafe that invites you to experience the pleasure of food. With an array of chef-prepared dishes made from the highest quality natural ingredients our values are as simple and entertaining as each morsel we serve.

8613 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood,
CA
US

Offering breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, Saddle Ranch’s menu of succulent steaks—such as the New York strip ($28.99) with a demi-glaze, Jack Daniel’s sauce, or herb-garlic butter—are, of course, the big draw. But its specialties extend far beyond that to include barbecue baby-back ribs ($21.99), seasoned sweet and spicy black-tiger shrimp ($18.99), and fresh Atlantic salmon garnished with fresh lemon and garlic-herb butter ($19.99). Lighter appetites, meanwhile, can tuck into sandwiches like the Jack Daniel’s sloppy joe ($10.99) or a south-of-the-border Hacienda Salad ($12.99). Top off a gut-busting repast with the deep-dish cobbler ($8.99) before riding Saddle Ranch's mechanical bull into a credits-rolling sunset.

8401 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood,
CA
US

Cuisine Type: Classic French

Established: 1993

Reservations: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 25?50

Parking: Parking garage

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: Full bar

Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Pro Tip: Friendly atmosphere. A Parisian bistro. Elegant but informal.

Le Petit Bistro likens its atmosphere to an afternoon in Paris's left bank. Its narrow interior, dark wooden tables, and vintage French posters make it easy to imagine rubbing elbows with artists, writers, philosophers, and probably also some French people. To enhance the experience, the kitchen prepares classic French entrees for lunch and dinner, from a red wine braised lamb shank to a grilled rib eye steak in pepper sauce. Even the lighting helps with the quaint, familiar feeling, relying on sunlight by day and candles by night to brighten up the dining room and outdoor patio-garden.

631 N La Cienega Blvd.
West Hollywood,
CA
US

Chef Nadav Bashan's carefully constructed New American cuisine has earned accolades from the Los Angeles Times and a rating of "extraordinary to perfection" from Zagat. But diners won't have to traipse to a ritzy downtown restaurant to get it. That's because the chef opted to practice his elegant art in out-of-the-way Glendale, at a self-named eatery with a 40-seat dining room.

This commitment to pleasant service lets customers keep the focus where it should be: on the food. Though they constantly rotate, Nadav's previous menus of seasonally inspired cuisine have included wild mediterranean sea bass, sword-tip squid, and other dishes that highlight what Los Angeles magazine calls his "finesse with seafood." He also draws on his experience in high-profile kitchens at The Lobster, Michael's, and Providence to gather fresh ingredients from local markets for each dish.

The Bashans' business "really is a labor of love," as Nadav told the Glendale News-Press, and they leave no aspect of it untouched. The restaurant's decor incorporates driftwood and grass wall accents that complement the naturalness of the cuisine. At the bar, custom walnut wine racks hold bottles from Australia, Chile, and Italy next to taps that can dispense craft brews or refreshing, locally sourced breezes.

3459 N Verdugo Rd
Glendale,
CA
US