Food Drink Report

P’tit Soleil in Joins Westwood

Intimate bar with poutine opening July 4th

Westwood, CA welcomes the addition of P’tit Soleil, a Quebecois restaurant and bar adjacent to Cafe Soleil. P’tit Soleil’s menu places emphasis on the poutine – French fries topped with fresh cheese curds and house made gravy, available in 10 varieties including the  Poutine du Prince Edward – mussels au gratin, the Poutine Marat – filet mignon, mushrooms and a Cognac cream sauce and the Poutine Malik with Merguez sausage and a creamy Harissa sauce. Additionally, authentic French-Canadian dishes such as the Roule de Choux – French-Canadian style egg roll, filled with cabbage, veal and pork and the Crevette Heather – tiger shrimp in a cognac cream sauce are available. Dished up for dessert are items such as the Ah! Caramel! – chocolate covered cake with marshmallow and caramel fillings; the Jos Louis – chocolate cream filled cake; and the May West – chocolate covered yellow cake filled with custard. P’tit Soleil’s beverage menu include imported Canadian beers and complementary cocktails  ranging from classics to Canadian specialties such as the Dirty French Canadian – Crown Royal, Grand Marnier, Ginger Ale, and a dash of Angostura bitters and the Canadian Martini – Vodka, Chambord and pineapple juice. Lunch and dinner will be served daily from noon to midnight with weekend brunch available Saturday and Sunday from 9AM to noon. 1386 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024