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Comme Ca

8479 Melrose Ave. (La Cienega Blvd.) Send to Phone
323-782-1104 | Menu
A modern take on the traditional brasserie from David Myers.
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Dinner Tues.-Sun., Brunch Sat.-Sun.
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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3.5 rating over 2 reviews
Dining room at Comme Ca, West Hollywood, CA

Comme Ca Restaurant Review

: Comme Ça on trendy Melrose Avenue is chef David Myers’ triumphant take on the traditional brasserie. The interior is all black and white tones, with a library behind the bar, shelves with white dishes and pots, and a black wall with beautiful chalk drawings. The menu is entirely French with soupe à l’oignon, salade frisée aux lardons, and homemade charcuterie for appetizers. Continue with entrées such as bouillabaisse, Atlantic salmon with saffron gnocchi, or duck confit ravioli. The straightforward steak frites is a great choice, as is the signature Angus beef burger with cheddar, lettuce, onions and dressing. Daily specials include whole roasted chicken for two on Sunday evenings or something “From the Sea” on Fridays. You may order a selection of cheeses (three for $15 or five for $25) before the peach tarte Tatin, the crème brûlée or chocolate pot de crème. The wine list is primarily composed of French and California wines. The "18A" cocktail menu, named after the amendment that enacted Prohibition, features remarkable seasonal concoctions and reinvented classics.

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Average rating    3
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good food, but noisy
by serena on Tue Oct 07, 2008 9:40 am
The food was very good, the atmosphere was just OK. It was very noisy and crowded, and there were about 5 managers/assistant managers/sommeliers walking in and out of the middle section (where we were seated) the entire time we were there, all of which added up to an uneasy, hectic vibe. I don't mind a good amount of noise and energy in a restaurant, but maybe it was because we were seated in a cramped section that it felt a bit annoying. Back to the food; we started with half a dozen oysters, which were some of the best I've had in LA. We had the duck confit with braised red cabbage and the paleron of beef for our entrees, and both were delicious.
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