Trois Familia, which was previously just a daytime restaurant (with the occasional evening pop-up), now has daily dinner service from chef trio Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook, and Vinny Dotolo. The evening service comes with a new beer and wine menu, which seems to imply the place was waiting on the permit before launching dinner.
New dishes have a heavy French slant, with some remnants of Mexican flavors, as per the restaurant’s original mission of fusing those two cuisines. There’s hash brown chilaquiles, omelette with French onion soup sauce, double-decker potato taco, and chicken milanesa. There’s a $12 smashed short rib burger, and given Ludo Lefebvre’s obsession with quality burgers, this one should be an early favorite. Most dishes range $12 to $15, with a $17 steak frites topping the menu. That means Trois Familis, which some considered a pricey brunch, is now a relatively affordable Silver Lake dinner.
Some of the dishes carry over clearly from Trois Familia’s daytime menu, which has been truncated to just noon to 3 p.m. on weekdays, and a 10 a.m. brunch start on weekends. Previously diners could go by on weekdays for a late breakfast, but that option is no longer available.
Trois Familia. 3510 Sunset Blvd. Silver Lake, Los Angeles, CA.