So far, the French food scene in L.A. is off to a bit of a rocky start.
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Jean Francois Meteigner had a noble two-and-a-half year run before joining other esteemed statesman like Josiah Citrin and Alain Giraud.
The event, full of carved meat from Lawry's and Capital Grill, plus desserts from Provence and Big Man Bakes, was a belly-stuffer for sure.
50 restaurants, ten bars, four stages for music, and a casino mark the return of one of L.A.'s oldest foodie fundraisers.
The event began with a cooking demo by Julia Child.
The La Cachette Bistro chef tells us how he invented his caviar-topped truffles and even uses the word "volia!"
The La Cachette Bistro owner will cover the preparation of specific animals once a month.
Jean Francois Meteigner attempts to emphasis the restaurant's more casual approach to French food.
The locavore chef claims L.A. has the same "sunny climate as the coast of Algeria."
His top ten list of best new restaurants contains at least one big surprise.
Ilan Hall's small restaurant gets good grades with two critics.
These new soups will keep you full and warm this winter.
Celestino Drago will bring an osteria to O.C. while David Judaken opens a restaurant in Hollywood.
Desert Rose gets a new chef from Taste on Melrose and The Home Plate Awards will be held at Cicada.
Steve Marlton starts his Empire nightclub on the Cahuenga Corridor, while La Cachette Bistro is done with delays and opens in Santa Monica.
We'll have to wait until next week to get a bite at La Cachette Bistro.
La Cachette Bistro has a lot of local finds on its French menus.
Chow your way through L.A. and Southern California at these events this July 18th and 19th