It’s been over a decade since chef Ludo Lefebvre debuted Ludo Bites at Bread Bar on the border of Beverly Hills, bringing his Cali-French cooking to curious Angelenos, all while blazing a trail for restaurant-less chefs for years to come. Starting March 3 and running until May 2, the chef will be serving a multi-course menu at Trois Mec featuring the greatest hits from that era. Priced at $125 per person, the menu promises to take nostalgic diners and first-timers through a bite-by-bite play-by-play of one of LA’s most influential dining experiences.
Los Angeles’s dining scene has grown into its own since Ludo Bites’s heyday, which ran from 2007 to 2012. Whether or not his cutting-edge dishes of yesteryear can stand the test of time and find firm footing in a changed culinary landscape remains to be seen. Here’s hoping that the vanilla panna cotta with caviar and caramel finds its way onto the throwback menu. Reservations are available now on Resy.
In other news:
— Two months in, All Day Baby is finally extending all-day hours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting February 28. To see the place after dark before then, swing in tonight for drag queen bingo from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Food and drinks will be served.
— For the love of gumbo, LAist takes a look at seven sensational spots for the Southern specialty.
— The Parm Boyz are popping up at Ronan on Sunday, February 23 starting at 5:30 p.m. Enjoy a spread of quintessential Italian-American favorites served family-style including chicken and eggplant parm, spaghetti with red sauce, and tiramisu. The menu is priced at $35 per person. Reservations can be made via Resy.
— The latest episode of the LA Times’s Bucket List takes a look at Asian-style fried chicken at Sinbala in Arcadia and Tastea in Alhambra.
— Let there be cake on Leap Day, preferably a slice of Lady M’s mille crêpes with chocolate and salted caramel pastry cream. This limited time pastry is only available on February 29 at all Lady M locations.