I choose a place for the standard of quality and this one obviously does not have consistency .. too bad and I hope this gets attention.
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This is a cozy and quaint eatery. I had breakfast here twice while staying in Los Angeles. The baked goods are amazing and the salads fresh. I had the quiche provençal and it was delicious with a fresh side salad and country bread.
Unfortunately, being gluten free, my choices are extremely limited. But if you don't have to worry about that this is a good easy lunch place.
The coffee is ok, but it is not somewhere I need to ever go again. The food is not nearly good enough for what they charge. Casual atmosphere, but nothing great.
Very accommodating with great teas and snacks. Loved the atmosphere and sensitive staff, who didn't bother us any more than necessary.
Fun place to meet friends, enjoy cafe style food - think fresh bread and interesting toppings - with tea/coffee - at big wooden tables - think French farm house. Staff so friendly, parking not horrible during the day/week days, relaxing and fun to people watch/hang...More
Young and happy staff not supported by the horrible food presentations coming out of the kitchen. Beautifully described on the menu; pathetically interpreted by the kitchen. Avoid.
Though trying to be a French bistro/restaurant, we were disappointed by the selection and quality of food. Once was more than enough to go there.
Go for the bread, savor the omelettes. We have enjoyed Le Pain in Santa Monica and Downtown recently. Reasonably priced and well-served.