Petit Trois

Ambience: classic, yet modernized, French brasserie setting

Ordering procedure: wait service (reservation needed for dining room, bar open)

Burger presentation: all put together on a plate, drenched in sauce

Big Mec Double Cheeseburger: cheese, caramelized onion, foie gras bordelaise sauce

Cheese situation: comes on the burger

Fries: skinny style, super crispy

Meal deal: all items must be bought separately

Meal price: over $25 (well over)

Other: very busy/loud, only metered parking, waiters in white aprons, open kitchen, legit bar setup

Dual Los Angeles area locations: South Hollywood & Sherman Oaks

Review: Firstly, this is just a French restaurant that serves a high-end burger. The bordelaise sauce on the burger is it’s most forward flavor but it’s rich beef flavor is a close second. It’s pretty messy but not as bad as you’d think. It’s an experience to be had. It doesn’t taste at all like a “typical burger” so it’s certainly not for everybody. It’s more of a beef dish in the vague shape of a burger. For adventurous burger eaters only.

It’s not as messy as you’d think if you attack it correctly.
It’s a big enough side to share. They are very crispy and worth a try.

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