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9900 Culver Blvd. (Duquesne Ave.) Send to Phone
L'Epicerie Market, a French-inspired gourmet market, wine bar and café, serves authentic French food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Go behind the scenes of L'Epicerie restaurant! Watch our exclusive interview with chef/partner Sebastien Archambault.


Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Casual

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED L'Epicerie Market Restaurant Review

: L'Epicerie Market is brought to us by restaurateur Thierry Perez (previously at Fraîche). He is familiar with the Los Angeles food scene, and knows the city lacks authentic, casual French cuisine. The menu reflects the culinary traditions of the Southwest of France, with no American influences (except for the Black Angus burger). Start with the escargots, the marinated octopus with sun-dried tomatoes, or the homemade terrine de campagne. There are a few savory crêpes, including one enfolding duck confit and roasted potatoes. If you like beef tongue, this version satisfies with its spicy sauce diable. Expect a cassoulet with pork belly confit, Toulouse sausage and white beans, and tender braised beef cheeks with a red wine sauce. Let’s not forget the large selection of cheeses and the charcuterie board --- after all, we are in a French restaurant. Finish with the baba au rhum or the crêpes Suzette with citrus caramel, vanilla ice cream and must-have Grand Marnier sauce. Some items are served tapas size for $5 or $8, or $3 during the daily happy hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Located right in front of the Sony studios, the place gets packed at breakfast and lunch when light items are available. Another good thing about this friendly spot: You can shop for wines from around the world (also offered when you are dining), cheeses, charcuterie, cookies, and much more.

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