French Restaurants in View Park-Windsor Hills

Classic French Cuisine for Dinner for Two or Four at Le Petit Bistro (40% Off)

Le Petit Bistro

Le Petit Bistro

Classic French dishes such as mussels poulette in an atmosphere akin to an intimate Parisian bistro

$60 $36

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

Chez Antoine

Highland Park

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

$20 $12

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French-American Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner for Two at F Grill (Up to 50% Off)

F Grill

Manhattan Beach

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

$20 $11

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Vegan and Vegetarian Indian Fare and Drinks at Streets of India Café (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Streets Of India Cafe

Encino

South Indian dosas, idlis, and vadas tickle tongues, while chicken and lamb or vegan substitutes swim in savory masala and vindaloo dishes

$25 $15

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

Crepes and Grapes Cafe

Whittier

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

$20 $10

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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

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

$140 $59

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

Cafe LuMar

Monrovia

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

$67.90 $40

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Diners at Meet are encouraged to share dishes by the on-staff mom trying to raise upstanding progeny. Politely split an appetizer such as cheese fondue (serves two, $14) or Meet's beets, served with goat cheese and honey-champagne vinaigrette ($10). The moules frites (mussels) come five ways, including au Roquefort (garlic, shallots, Roquefort, chives, and cream) and à la moutarde ancienne (tomato confit, mustard, tarragon, and cream) ($10 for the appetizer, $16 for entree). Pair a side of potato gratin or pommes puree ($5 each) with a classic of French cuisine like cabernet-braised short ribs ($22.95). The planche à fromages (assorted imported cheeses, $11) or pot of chocolate fondue (serves two, $12) brings the meal full circle like a Frisbee thrown into the wind. For a traditional finishing touch, try the tarte tatin (puff pastry, red apples, and caramel, $7).

9727 Culver Blvd
Culver City,
CA
US

Bistro Laurent shows off authentic French delicacies in its relaxed yet stylish dining space, festooned with elegantly framed vintage photographs. Armed with the bistro’s dinner menu, diners can bid bienvenue to the bavette à la Bordelaise ($14.75), a succulent hanger steak finished in a cabernet and onion balsamic reduction. Or, sink your mouth bones into one of the bistro's signature crepes, such as the Florentine, an edible envelope stuffed with spinach, smoked turkey breast, béchamel, parmesan, and elf wishes ($7.75). On the lunch menu, the biquet salad proudly brandishes its crest, emblazoned with goat cheese, grilled chicken, seasonal fresh berries, and grilled pecans ($5.95). Bistro Laurent's robust wine list offers complements for any meal and high praise for any diner who can correctly identify the tannins in a bottle of merlot.

3936 Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City,
CA
US

Inspired by the culture and culinary traditions of Brittany, France, Cr?me de la Cr?pe Bistro specializes in authentically prepared sweet and savory crepes, which are staples of the region. The staff stuffs buckwheat breakfast crepes with combinations of eggs, meats, and cheeses, and dessert crepes?such as the bretonne?come layered with Nutella, bananas, and housemade whipped cream. Hearty pastas, risotto dishes, and specialties such as beef bourguignon join the menu for lunch and dinner, helping guests recover from stressful daytime chores, such as ironing clothes while wearing them.

6000 Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City,
CA
US

Because Harajuku's crêpe batter uses sticky-rice powder (mochi), the crêpes are chewy and springy, perfect for noshing on the go or replacing old mattress springs. First, choose a batter (original, buckwheat, Earl Grey, green tea), then approach fresh toppings, including bananas, strawberries, chocolate ice cream, homemade whipped cream ($1 for the first topping, additional toppings $0.50 each), and azuki beans ($1 each). Skew savory with a ham and cheese crêpeurrito ($5.50), or keep it animal-less with a spinach-salad enrapture ($6). Harajuku imports authentic Japanese teas and serves steaming mugwallops of Intelligentsia coffee ($2.50 for a regular).

9405 Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

La Provence Patisserie & Cafe

To say that La Provence Patisserie & Café's pastries are authentic is a gross understatement: pastry chef and owner Farshid Hakim perfected his baking skills at the prestigious Hotel de Paris before bringing his cream puffs, macaroons, and lemon caramel meringue cakes to the states. Now, when he isn't busy making appearances and negotiating cease-fires on the Food Network's Cupcake Wars, he stays busy introducing his traditional treats to the hungry customers that flock to his bakery on West Olympic Boulevard. In addition to churning out napoleons and tarts dubbed "exquisitely beautiful" by CBS Los Angeles, Hakim also tempts guests toward a savory menu of quiches, soups, and sandwiches that Gayot calls "impeccable".

8950 W Olympic Blvd
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Yelpers give Chef Hannes an average of four stars, Yahoo! Locals give it an average of 4.5 stars, and TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes:

411 1/2 Main St
El Segundo,
CA
US