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A Food Affair

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Los Angeles, California, 90035

Rated 4.5/5 (10 Reviews)
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Hours of Operation
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 5-9PM
Wednesday: 5-9PM
Thursday: 5-9PM
Friday: 5-9:30PM
Saturday: 5-9:30PM
Sunday: Closed

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A Food Affair
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Location
1515 S Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, California, 90035
United States of America
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A Food Affair Reviews


Submitted by David Vazquez on 05/14/2022

David Vazquez 5 stars rating.

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We came here for mother's day and it did not disappoint. We had the bone marrow, calamari, steak and lobster along with salmon. Every dish was made to perfection and looked every bit as good as it tasted. Compliments to the chef and the excellent server we had that topped off our dessert with a "congratulation." We will most definitely be back!

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Submitted by J A on 05/07/2022

J A 5 stars rating.

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The photo describes it!!! Amazing food, rich in real flavors and authentic French vibes. The chicken in the picture was perfect like the way I had it in Paris. Mushroom Torta is a must!! Truffle fries was perfectly crispy. The service is beyond amazing ❤️ You can feel the love and attention by everyone working there. Thank you ????

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Submitted by Colleen Slattery on 01/04/2022

Colleen Slattery 5 stars rating.

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I came in here on New Year’s Eve—a single female going on a date with herself. I was welcomed with such warmth and excitement. It’s clear everyone working here believes in what they are serving, not just their food, but also their collective generous, respectful and supportive spirit. I had the three-course New Year’s Eve Special which included a steak dinner option, as pictured. I also had a wonderful glass of wine. The ambiance is just right — dimly lit lights, small and quaint, with air of French sophistication. I highly recommend eating here, everyone. Thank you for such a great experience!!!

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Submitted by Naomi Lam on 11/28/2021

Naomi Lam 1 stars rating.

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Gave A Food Affair a try because of all the good reviews here and on other platforms (yelp, opentable). I will not return and do not recommend this place to anyone. I was very disappointed with their food and the overall experience (4/10). Food was very mediocre. I had better french onion soup elsewhere. The escargots here served with no shells. It was really just like some frozen tasteless escargot pieces with some creamy garlic sauce pour over. The mom’s beef bourguignon was saltier than I expected. I don’t understand how they get these raving reviews.

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Submitted by Jeremy Burke on 11/13/2021

Jeremy Burke 5 stars rating.

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From the smiles when we arrive to the delicious fresh lemonade to the best taste. I’m so grateful ???? they are in my neighborhood.

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Submitted by Sky Thai on 10/16/2021

Sky Thai 4 stars rating.

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Bonjour!! Super delicious fine dining French-American cuisine served in a small humble restaurants. There is a sense of rustic and whimsy that makes this place charming. Perfect for an intimate date, but can work for bigger groups too in their backroom area.

We were lucky to splurge on their Dine LA deals (unfortunately just ended), but they have the same dishes on the regular menu. For appetizers, we got the Mushroom Tourte, Escargot, and Roasted Bone Marrow. All of them were super decadent and succulents. My favorite was probably the Mushroom Tourte because it was very well done with the truffle oil wafting through, but the Escargot and Bone Marrow were really good too.

For entrées, we got the Duck Leg Confit, Australian Lamb Shank Tagine, Beef Bourignon, and Scottish Salmon. My favorite was the Duck Leg Confit. The flavors were spectacular and it was juicy and crispy on the outside. A real winner! The Lamb Tagine is definitely the most filling option with a huge portion of lamb. The Beer Bourignon was really solid too and had that comfort factor. It also had a noodle and carrot side dish too that was tasty. Lastly, the Scottish Salmon was well cooked, but felt as though it needed some brightness or sweetness to make it more interesting. It was good, but I felt like it could of used a bit of a kick.

For dessert, we got the Creme Brulee, Chocolate Mousse, and Meyer Lemon Pie. While all were tasty, the Meyer Lemon Pie was my stand out. The tartness amidst the marscapone was heavenly. The bits of dried fruits on top was playful and added some great texture. Soooo good!

Overall, great place to get some fancy French food with great presentation and friendly service. Would definitely visit again!

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Submitted by Estevan Kimchee on 08/17/2021

Estevan Kimchee 5 stars rating.

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If you order the beef bourgignon and the mushroom tourte with a glass of Coté du Rhone and the Malbec blend, you can order anything else and you will be happy.

This family owned restaurant shows its love through its food and through its family pictures from a bygone era. The staff are all professionally lovely.

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Submitted by Nathan L. on 06/14/2021

Nathan L. 5 stars rating.

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Came here to celebrate a friend's birthday and had a great time!

You really do get the cozy, family vibe that they're going for, and you taste the love in the food and feel it in the atmosphere.

We ordered almost everything on the menu, it felt like and most everything was a hit. The duck rillettes, the lamb shank, and the beef bourguignon were our favorites. The escargot on a potato was probably our least.

Special shoutout to the iced tea and passion fruit juice cocktail, which they let us take home when we didn't finish.

Definitely recommend trying everything and seeing what you love!

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Submitted by Sydney Gonzalez on 06/04/2021

Sydney Gonzalez 5 stars rating.

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I came to a food affair a few evenings ago and I have to say, even as I write this for you great reader, this was the type of place that I feel I shouldn’t have read the spoilers for. I came prepared for the interior to be a bustling brasserie and can say that’s not really what you get. I walked in the heavy doors (my arms are spaghetti) and was warmly greeted by the hostess. You enter to a beautiful bar and walk into the cozy intimate dining area which is oddly adorned with numerous neon signs.

The meal started, and ended, deliciously. We started with the mushroom toarte which was a mushroom lovers creamy, buttery, flaky dream. Followed was the bone marrow served with a small arugula and radish to make you feel a little less bad about potentially giving yourself a heart attack. I will say the one that stood out of our starters was the escargot- so frequently you order escargot at a French restaurant and you know exactly what you’re going to get. Usually you’re greeted by those small white dishes with pockets full of small shells doused in garlic and butter served with bread to sop up the goodness but this was an incredibly unique serving style. We were surprised to see the pieces of snail out in the open drowning in a somewhat rich green sauce over what I would consider as a French loaded potato skin. The potato was crisp and the sauce a bit pungent with the taste of snail but if that’s your jam- I recommend trying this dish.

For our entrees we ordered the prime ribeye and the lamb shank tagine. I was a little skeptical when we weren’t asked how we would like the steak cooked but when it came out, it was a perfect rare/medium rare and I sort of respected that they didn’t give you the choice to mess that up (although I’m sure if you requested more they would let you...but then maybe you shouldn’t be ordering the steak). As for the tagine- talk about a show stopper. The meat was succulent and falling off the bone and the vegetables served with it weren’t soggy or falling apart but perfectly softened. The steak was great but many bites were stolen from my tagine.

As for the dessert- if you read or didn’t like anything else in this review I beg of you, at least take this advice: DO NOT SLEEP ON THE DESSERT. If I had to choose between my starters and desserts I would say go with the sweet stuff. We ended our meal with the apple tart and the Meyer lemon pie. Not only was the presentation much more upscale but the flavors were an impecable end to the meal. The apple tart was buttery and sweet served with the ice cream. But the lemon pie. THE LEMON PIE. Not going to lie it tasted more like an orange creamsicle to me but everything from the pistachio to the dried fruit and the crumbly crust is like taking your mouth on my toads wild ride...except you’re not going to hell. So I guess it’s nothing like that. You get the point.

We ended our meal with some nice cappuccinos (they have decaf if you’re into that sort of thing) and the chef actually came out and personally thanked us for dining there and supporting the restaurant. As simple a gesture as it is I think this goes a long way to show it’s a locally owned spot that really does care about their clientele and trying to make it through these weird times.

TLDR, go try it it’s worth the high blood pressure.

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Submitted by M Jeero on 09/23/2020

M Jeero 5 stars rating.

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Nice little quiet bistro type restaurant. Staff is great, excellent service and attentive. I like the ambiance and lighting of the place. The food is also amazing and delicious. It brings me back to France. Definitely worth a taste if you’re missing french food.

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