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I grew up in New York, with a Midtown that often felt like a Parisian neighborhood because there were French restaurants on every block. French was the destination cuisine of choice, the food you ate at special occasions if you were a kid from the Bronxor daily if you were a mover and shaker on an expense.
Our major culinary influences were, and still are, Asian, Latino and Italian — more casual cooking, for a more casual city. A place where a tie and jacket were no longer required for dinner, though long pants were certainly French restaurants pasadena. But hovering around the edges, I detect a bit of a revival. Green St. They all fed us well.
The menu here is as classic as anything found on the Left Bank. The starters are a choice of plates of cheeses or charcuterie. And the entrees follow obediently in line, from the Entrecote au Poivre to the Moules Provencale. And what they eat all over France, every day. Just a few blocks away, Perle 43 Union St. But like Entre Nous, Perle is a proper sit-down bistro, with owner Dead Yasharian working classic wonders in the kitchen.
Yasharian has worked with Daniel Boulud and Gordon Ramsay at some of their best restaurants. He was the chef here in Los Angeles at the Chateau Marmont. Potatoes are mashed with truffles. French restaurants pasadena fries are flavored with truffle and parmesan.
Between Entre Nous and Perle, Pasadena is on the cutting edge of a cuisine that almost vanished from Southern California. There are no gimmicks in this food — the cooking is done as well here as it is in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. But in the meantime — vive la France! Merrill Shindler is a Los Angeles-based freelance dining critic. mreats aol. Things to do Restaurants Food and Drink Review Review An assessment or critique of a service, product, or creative endeavor such as art, literature or a performance. French cuisine is cutting edge at these Pasadena restaurants Entre Nous French Bistro and Perle deliver a culinary tour of Paris without needing a passport.
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