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P'tit Soleil

Restaurants, Canadian Westwood
Poutine Daniel at P'tit Soleil
Photograph: Courtesy P'tit Soleil/Glenn Larkin Poutine Daniel at P'tit Soleil

Time Out says

A spinoff of the popular French-Canadian bistro Soleil (right next door), P’tit Soleil focuses on smaller, tapas-like plates and a variety of poutines. More specifically Canadian than French, this may be the only place in Los Angeles to snack on the classic Montreal-style meat pie known as a tourtiere. Self-identifying as a “poutinerie, P’tit Soleil has a separate menu dedicated to their renditions of the dish, which, owing to the thin cut of the potatoes, delicate gravy options like peppercorn cream and high-end toppings like roast duck and foie gras, can be accurately described as upscale. Other options, including poutines with mussels, mergez or bolognese sauce, are novel variations that represent the cuisines of Canada and many other nations. 

By: Jef Harmatz



Address: 1386 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 3-10pm; Sat, Sun Noon-10pm
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