Here's the menu at Trois Familia, which opened to the first 50 diners only today at 10 a.m. They proceed with regular 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. hours tomorrow, seven days a week, but until you can get a chance to eat here, check out a few interior details and the menu below. As promised, it's a blend of French and Mexican flavors upon a standard breakfast and lunch menu.
Throughout the bill of fare, find a creative twist on classics, as well as more unique ingredients like wakame, salt cod cream, and pepitas. Prices are within range of other brunch spots, from $8 to $15, though a $38 steak diane sits on the menu for those that want to go big. Early highlights include the chicken milanese topped with maggi ranch and thinly sliced cucumbers, while the potato mouselline with poached egg and chorizo jam will be the gut-busting pick. Chefs Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook, and Vinny Dotolo switched over the old Alegria space in Silver Lake in just a few weeks time, converting it to a loud, cheerful day time destination.
3510 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA