Monday, August 19, 2019

Le Petite Chateau

Le Petite Chateau, a little castle in the middle of the Valley
We wanted an old school, classic dining experience on Saturday night. One place that we've driven past for years and years and never been to was Le Petite Chateau in North Hollywood. I was reminded of this place when I read that our friend, Chris Nichols had visited recently.

The Chateau is a sweet little "castle" on Lankershim Boulevard in the French Normandy architectural style. Inside there are vaulted, beamed ceilings, antiques and other European decoration, white table cloths and upholstered booths. It's very serene and elegant. It has been run by the same family for 30 of it's over 50 year history.


The cuisine is country French. Yes, all the heavy sauces, butter and sugar are incorporated into the menu. However, they have modernized a bit with some healthier choices. Everything we ordered was delicious and served beautifully.
Martinis to begin our dining experience


Avocado and Mango Salad

Grilled Shrimp Salad
Pasta with Seafood (served on a Franciscan/Desert Rose plate)

Chicken Breast Picatta
Le Petite Chateau is a very friendly place. We ended up talking to the couple next to us toward the end of our meal. We compared dishes. I must say, the Beef Wellington looked delicious! Talk about old-school!
The Chateau's version of bread pudding, which was really a sort of bread and chocolate pie
After our large and rich meal, we walked around the restaurant a bit to explore the decor. The place is chock full of antiques, medallions, oil paintings, porcelain knick-knacks and more!


We had a satisfying evening in "Provence NoHo." I would recommend Le Petite Chateau the next time you require a pleasant evening out in a non-trendy, country French mini-castle!

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