Boycott this restaurant!. I'm a francophile, and I always feel bad when Americans say how rude the French are. But my experience with Maurice validates every negative stereotype I've ever heard about the French. I was planning a party at the restaurant, and Maurice gave me a price for food and drinks. I went back several times to get a contract and clarify the details, such as the menu, and after about the third visit, Monsieur Maurice decides the price he quoted me was too low for his "superior" restaurant. I've never seen or dealt with anything like this in my entire life! It was unreal. He was about to outline the menu, then all of a sudden he decides that for the price HE gave me, he could not tell us the menu...we would just have to take what we got. After consenting both verbally and in writing, he changes his mind! You don't do business like this...EVER! So no wonder the restaurant has been doing poorly. Monsieur Maurice, GO BACK TO FRANCE, where your rudeness and unprofessionalism is tolerated! We do not treat customers like this in America!!!
Cozy, but upscale.
I went here for the first time this weekend. First of all, i absolutely love the décor of this place. It's warm, yet fresh. It looks like a veranda, with plants and sofas and has a cozy dimmed glow. There's even a bar area with a huge brass cappuccino machine. Seeing people at the bar definitely reminded me of Paris.
The waiters are very attentive and nice, the food was excellent. I had the sole with green beans and mashed potatoes. I'm happy they don't overuse garlic and salt like they do in many other restaurants. It's was so fresh and creamy. I'm definitely going to bring my parents in for the poulet-frites or the steak au poivre. Yum!
Amazing French Restaurant!. Wow, went to Maison Maurice last week end and felt like I was in those little street in Paris! design of the restaurant is fantastic, food was excellent, strongly recommended !!
Citysearch Editorial Review. Located east of downtown Beverly Hill's hub-bub is where you'll find this revamped (as of December 2009) Frenchie known as Maison Maurice. With embellishments like gilded mirrors, red velvet upholstery, ivy-colored walls, rattan chairs and a wine list as long, if not longer, than the food menu itself, the place feels tres Continental. Chef Maurice’s menu includes “Crevettes a la Provencal,” or tiger shrimp with pasta, tomatoes, bell peppers, garlic, herbs and olive oil; marinated chicken and filet in cognac pepper sauce; lamb; sole; and salmon. Appetizers range from chicken liver pate with arugula, cornichons and white onions to warm goat cheese salad and red and white endives with pecans.
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