Barely open for a month, Les P’Tits Bretons is a Brittany-inspired restaurant in Manhattan Seashore. House owners Olivier Jouet and Djahida Righi are current transplants from Paris, and moved to Los Angeles to open a Breton restaurant. The husband and spouse group took over the previous Marine Road Cafe area, perched a couple of blocks above Manhattan Seashore in a residential neighborhood.
Chuck Kallal, the chef, says “my guess that that is the primary Brittany-inspired restaurant south of San Francisco.” Les P’Tits Bretons is a end result of Kallal’s expertise at notable LA kitchens. As an early member of the Ludo Bites staff, Kallal helped launch Petit Trois, whereas honing his craft at locations like Manufacturing unit Kitchen and Rustic Canyon.
The general vibe of the place is that it’s unfussy. Kallal avoids conventional French, and tries to issues as rustic as attainable. “We need to maintain it tremendous native, recent, exceedingly seasonal, with a nod to Brittany.”
Les P’Tits Bretons’ delicacies is unfussy and approachable, which works completely for the on a regular basis neighborhood location. There’s a Breton-style bolognese, wild sea bass, buckwheat gluten-free galette, charcuterie, and white bean hummus. Les P’Tits Bretons is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., and closed Mondays.
Les P’Tits Bretons
2201 Highland Avenue
Manhattan Seashore, CA