1055 Broxton Ave., Westwood, CA | Directions 9002434.061381 -118.446542
Neighborhoods: West LA, Westwood
charming cafe in westwood – This is a quaint little brunch spot to go to in Westwood. They have fresh sandwiches and salads for lunch and egg & waffle dishes for breakfast. I actually came for breakfast, and I ordered the asparagus and goat cheese omelet... I have to say, though it was a bit pricey for my linking it tasted quite divine! We were seated outside on a sunny day, and we were just watching passerbyers on Broxton which was lovely~ I would definitely go there again, but once my wallet fills up!
Adorable European-style cafe, but OVERPRICED – Le Pain is a charming spot for brunch or lunch on a sunny day. There is sidewalk seating, and since Broxton is not a highly-trafficked street (it's right off Westwood), you get the feeling you are lounging at a little French cafe. The food is very tasty - the bread is fresh, and the platters of fruit and cheese or sandwiches are delicious and gourmet. The mint lemonade is great, and the variety of fruit tarts and desserts is unbelievable. However, everything here is considerably overpriced, especially since the teh food is light and the portions are not that big.
Yum Yum Yum! – LOVE this place! It's a very cute cafe--almost hidden!
The food is so good and flavorful--try the mint lemonade on a hot day!
The prices are not like a greasy spoon but it's worth it for healthy, quality food!
Great bread! – Great fresh baked bread and equally good sandwiches that come on them. A little overpriced, yes, but worth it. Haven't tried many other things on their menu, but plan to! And yes, you MUST try the lemonade with mint- so good!
Your daily bread... – Great sandwiches, especially the one with prosciutto is a delicacy...The food is delicious but slightly overpriced and the service isn't always attentive. You must try their homemade lemonade with mint it tastes like a virgin mojito. Nice presentation of th food on wooden plates.
Belgian-based chain offers homemade cafe fare served in a European setting. – In Short
Light and airy as a country farmhouse, the simple decor and pine furnishings radiate rustic ambience. Locals gather at a long communal table, while couples sneak away to private seats in the back. The menu features salads, soups and house-specialty tartines (open-face sandwiches) with fillings like imported French ham, duck pâté, Gruyere cheese and Scottish smoked salmon. For a snack, a colorful fruit tart pairs well with a two-fisted mug of aromatic coffee.
Unique european atmosphere!!!! – At the moment you are in you can fell the difference..The Communal table, the whitewashed walls, the soft lighting, the classical music... combined with great food and friendly service! It is so good!!
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