Yummmm!! My friend and I stopped here after happy hour at Caffe Roma and Nic's Martini Lounge...and the crepes here were the most memorable food item of the night! You get to choose the batter and filling -- I asked the nice guy working there for his recommendations, so I went with the Green Tea batter (had to try it!), Azuki bean filling, and whipped cream...it was amazing! And I'm still craving it! Harajuku gets 5 stars for the friendly service and freshly made yummy crepes!
9111 W Olympic BlvdBeverly Hills, CA 90212
From Business: Authentic & Homemade French Food. Known for Our Savory and Sweet Crêpe we extend our Menu to a French Bistrot. Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner everyday, you …
These Champagne bakeries seem to be all over the place. There's one not too far from my house but for whatever reason, I've never been there. We stumbled upon it yesterday morning and since we were about to starve, we opted to grab a quick breakfast. One star for excellent coffee, one for a great atmosphere and one for pretty decent and cheap breakfast. I had the chicken, spinach and gorgonzola omelette and my boyfriend had the ham crepes. Both were pretty great. Beyond this, there are no public bathrooms (I hate restaurants with no bathroom). Also, there was something sort of lacking in the service (the busser tried twice to take our plates despite the fact that there was still food on both of our plates, and all... that's right, ALL of the milks at the milkbar were empty for a good ten minutes (I know, because I checked). No whole milk, skim milk or half-and-half. I mentioned it to one guy, who looked at me sort of blankly whilst walking behind the counter... I thought to get more milk... but then he didn't do anything. Not yet totally awake, I finally just gave up. All-in-all, not a bad place to stop for a quick bite and great coffee. Just don't expect too much in the way of service.
Never disappointed me once. They also have their bakery shop on the first floor with great macarons.
Great prices, full filling and pretty
Beautiful looking pastries in a prime location, I was really expecting a bit more.For starters I got lucky with a parking spot right out front and the service was excellent.I went with his recommendation of the croissant twist with cinnamon, dollar more than the croissants but it also looked a bit better.Might have been my fault for not eating it right away, but when I enjoyed it later that afternoon it was a bit chewy, not the crisp and flaky crust I was looking forward to.Also think I would have enjoyed the chocolate more than the cinnamon, it was a bit lacking.I will have to give them another chance, they had so many enticing looking pastries, éclairs next time.
Awesome crepes. Great sweet and savory. Perfect for a mid afternoon snack
Enjoyed a long meal with some coworkers. We were taking advantage of dineLA week, with prix fix menu and prices. Note - they have items on the menu that you have to pay extra for (why even bother having it on the menu if you're going to have to pay more than the prix fix in the first place). I chose a green salad for my first course, and the steamed mussels as my second. The salad was tasty and had a light olive oil vinagarette dressing paired with some goat cheese. Really simple, kinda boring. But, the mussels were delicious!! It was cooked in a wine-garlic-buttery reduction and served with their pommes frites (french fries). Pros- Great area to hang out in, in the heart of Beverly Hills. There's a large underground parking structure next door to the restaurant and Montage hotel. Cons - Really slow service. My water was rarely filled, and our drinks that were supposed to be paired with our dishes were not served with the actual dish. We had to wait at least 5-10 minutes post serving to get our drink. By that time our food was cold. The point of having a wine pairing is to enjoy the meal WITH the wine. Even the time it took to get our check was a bit slow. Overall, I expected better service and better food for this high-class top-rated chef's restaurant.
Went here for dineLA lunch. We started with bread and it was really good. First course: chicken liver mousse. Since we can no longer eat Foie Gras in California, I was happy that they had this dish as one of the choices; it's not exactly like Foie Gras but the texture and taste is similar and it was good.Second course: flatiron steak. It was good but it was not the best steak I've ever had. Plus, this dish was extra +$5. My cowoker had mussels and it was tasty, which I think would've been a better choice.Third course: caramel custard. Just a regular custard pudding. It was good but nothing special.You get to choose either 2 courses only for $25 and 3 courses for $29. I would recommend just doing the 2 courses and if you want to eat dessert, share one dessert from regular menu. Overall, the dineLA deal menu at Bouchon is a good deal but if you want to try good French food, my #1 choice is still Petrossian Paris Restaurant & Boutique.