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Pitchoun!

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Los Angeles, California, 90013

Rated 5/5 (10 Reviews)
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  • Hours of Operation
  • Monday: 8AM-3PM
    Tuesday: 8AM-3PM
    Wednesday: 8AM-3PM
    Thursday: 8AM-3PM
    Friday: 8AM-3PM
    Saturday: 8AM-3PM
    Sunday: 8AM-3PM
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Submitted by Roberto Montero on 05/15/2022

Roberto Montero 5 stars rating.

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Overall experience was good. Had the traditional eggs Benedict. Not the best eggs Benedict I’ve had but satiated the hunger.

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Submitted by Dustin Michie on 05/15/2022

Dustin Michie 5 stars rating.

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First don’t get the apple tart! It has apple sauce inside it and not sliced or poached apples. Other than that everything is incredible! Friendly employees and the food is so good. We ate here everyday for breakfast while we were in town for a convention and cannot wait to come back. The name translates to kiddo in English if you didn’t know!

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Submitted by Ankit Singh on 05/08/2022

Ankit Singh 5 stars rating.

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Beautiful place with great welcoming staff. The food was amazing and the staff was attentive and competent. Would definitely be visiting again whenever in town! Must visit for breakfast if you are around.

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Submitted by Grace Yuan on 04/14/2022

Grace Yuan 5 stars rating.

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Perfect food, warm service, a delicious breakfast gave me a perfect day

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Submitted by Jay Donda on 04/07/2022

Jay Donda 5 stars rating.

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Beautiful Small Bakery with Made to Order breakfast and much more ! Excellent Patisserie with variety of options cakes, French desserts such as Macarons, Eclairs etc. Great Breakfast options too! AVOCADO TOAST IS A MUST TRY AT THIS PLACE !

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Submitted by Don Morris on 02/07/2022

Don Morris 5 stars rating.

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Wonderful food and atmosphere. We really enjoyed the personal service as well. We went back the next day a we're greeted by "You're back!!"

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Submitted by Brian Myers on 01/31/2022

brian myers 4 stars rating.

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wonderful little French bakery/café in downtown LA that made a near perfect spot to stop for lunch after visiting the Central Library. Also a location on Beverly BLVD. Wood, red brick, and steel interior décor stylishly designed creates a feeling of wanting to linger a while. Open early to start the day with breakfast items (benedicts, omelettes) espresso, and pastries, Oh, the pastries! You walk in and immediately your eye is drawn to the expansive display of gorgeous selections both sweet and savory. Scones, croissants, eclairs, tarts, etc. all looking delicious. And some perfect looking baguettes and other types of freshly baked bread to enjoy at home. The lunch menu includes sandwiches both hot and cold, quiche, salads, and an interesting sounding rice bowl option. We perused the menu for a little while, including the daily specials board, and placed our order at the counter. Having spent some time in France, we discovered the pleasure of a simple baguette sandwich with brie and ham. This was my wife’s choice. I love a good quiche and the choice du jour was ham & mushroom. As a side to compliment my quiche I chose an order of ratatouille-a French cooked vegetable dish. By the way, they do serve wine here also but it may be only during certain hours of the day. Not sure on that.

We found a table easily and waited for our selections to arrive. And they did quickly. The baguette sandwich looked great but unlike the large majority of these we have enjoyed this one included a large leaf of romaine. This added a bit of extra crunch but not much more. Unnecessary in our opinion. The bread was fabulous, exterior crunchy with a soft slightly sour interior. A baguette to remember. The ham and the brie went with it perfectly. My wife was very pleased. I am a bit different than most in that I prefer my quiche cold or at room temp (it’s a texture thing) rather than warmed. This piece was truly delicious. Great smooth eggy filling with good quantity of filling. Crust maybe a bit dry but still well made. Nothing left but a few crumbs. Unfortunately, the ratatouille was a big miss on this day. I’ve had it many times, including in France, and this was unrecognizable as the dish I know. The normally chunky vegetables, which you can identify when looking, appeared to have been run through a Cuisinart and thoroughly churned into a slightly stringy mix. Once I tasted it the disappointment was complete as it tasted off, as if the dish had been around a bit too long. I was able to have a very pleasant conversation with the manager who offered any and all options to rectify the situation-I chose a refund.

The dessert choice here today was a delectable looking raspberry tart-fresh berries perched on top of a light cream filling in a shortbread style crust. Every bite was wonderful. Wish I’d chosen to buy one to take with. I will say that if you enjoy French pastry or a slice of French style café culture this spot should fill the bill when visiting Los Angeles. It’s going to be a staple of our dining whenever we visit for sure.

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Submitted by Dr Samer Cheaib on 01/15/2022

Dr samer cheaib 5 stars rating.

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Great taste best breakfast in downtown LA nice environment and friendly stuff

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Submitted by Jeremy Sussman on 12/22/2021

Jeremy Sussman 5 stars rating.

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One of the first stops I did while in LA. A little French breakfast place with some incredible dishes. I ordered the eggs Benedict and a latte and was not disappointed. I myself enjoy a very runny poached egg and was happy to see the poaching on the egg was perfect. The hollandaise wasn’t split as well making this a great breakfast to start the day.

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Submitted by Anne on 10/22/2021

anne 5 stars rating.

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The pastries here are so good. The traditional baguette was good, the strawberry danish was just OK but the palmier was really delicious. I was disappointed that I couldn’t try the croissant because they were already sold out. We also got the breakfast sandwich with the ciabatta. The ciabatta felt a little cold compared to the rest of the ingredients in the sandwich, but it was still yummy. I’ll be back for their palmier and to try their other pastries.

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