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Best Places For French Toast In Los Angeles

November 28, 2017 5:06 AM

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When it comes to breakfast and brunch food, there are many options to choose from, including egg dishes and more. But, when you’re in the mood for something truly delicious to fill your tummy, French toast is the best option. And, while there are many places in LA that offer it, there are some that stand out amongst the rest. These are the best spots in LA for French toast.

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(credit: Shelley Z./Yelp)


Square One
4854 Fountain Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90029
(323) 661-1109
www.squareonedining.com

Situated in East Hollywood, Square One Dining is without a doubt one of the best spots in LA to get brunch. So, it should come as no surprise that they offer a terrific French toast dish. Offering four slices of brioche French Toast, you have the option of getting it with butter and grade A maple syrup, or adding some delicious add-ons like vanilla whipped cream, a bourbon-pecan topping, banana-citrus caramel, or with a seasonal warm fruit topping and whipped cream.

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(Credit: Alicia W./yelp)


Kings Road Cafe
8361 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 655-9044
www.kingsroadcafe.com

West Hollywood’s Kings Road Cafe is a known celeb hangout mostly due to its laid back atmosphere, and healthy tasty eats. Offering great breakfast, brunch and lunch all day long, make sure to order their French toast dish from the griddle. A favorite among patrons, it comes with strawberries and powdered sugar to top it off. Slather it in syrup and you’ll be having a terrific meal.

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(credit: T.L./Yelp)


Blu Jam Café
7371 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 951-9191
www.blujamcafe.com

With locations in the city and in the Valley, Blu Jam Cafe is known as one of the most dependable brunch spots in the city. Open till 4pm on most days, it’ll give you plenty of time to visit and try their French Toast, which is served all day long. From the griddle, their signature dish is the “Crunchy French Toast,” made with an egg brioche dipped in batter. It’s then rolled in crunchy corn flakes and grilled to perfection. To finish it off, it’s topped with fresh berries, and served with powdered sugar and vanilla bean sauce. Can you say yum, or what? They also offer a “Vanilla French Toast” dish with blackberry jam, vanilla yogurt, and fresh berries with powdered sugar and Butternut Mountain Farm maple syrup. Or, go with the simple version of their French toast. With fresh fruit and fresh berries, powdered sugar and syrup is added.

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(credit: AOC Wine Bar)


AOC Wine Bar
8700 W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 859-9859
www.aocwinebar.com

Stepping foot into this West Hollywood wine bar for brunch means you’re promised a fine meal. Brunch, which is served until 3pm, features a lot of favorites that are pretty hard to beat. But, one must try is their vanilla bean French toast made with brown butter bourbon, apples, and topped off with marcapone whipped cream.

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(Credit: Elaine N./Yelp)


BLD
7450 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 930-9744
www.bldrestaurant.com

If there’s one place that knows great brunch, it has to be BLD in West Hollywood. From their scrambles to other classic egg dishes, they know what they’re doing. One dish that keeps people coming back time and time again is their Strawberry Cream Cheese French Toast. Loaded with graham cracker crumbs, fresh strawberries and whipped vanilla cream cheese, it’s like eating dessert from breakfast or brunch.

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(credit: Grace C./yelp)


République
624 S La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(310) 362-6115
www.republiquela.com

Bringing local ingredients to diners in a relaxed yet refined space, Chef Walter Manzke has made a name for himself at Republique. Their weekend brunch menu, which is available Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 3pm, is made up of terrific options like their Brioche French Toast. Add Vermont maple syrup to it and you’re in business.

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(credit: Cuvee)


Cuvee
145 N Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 271-4333
www.cuveerestaurants.com

As the perfect spot for dining outside with friends, Cuvee is on point with their brunch selections. Served from 8:30am to 10:30am daily, their Cinnamon Strussel French Toast comes with turkey bacon, maple syrup and orange mascarpone. But, for their weekend brunch, make sure to get their two eggs any style which comes with French toast and bacon or chicken sausage. Why not get the best of all worlds.

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(credit: The Wallace)


The Wallace
3833 Main St
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 202-6400
www.thewallacela.com

Culver City’s The Wallace offers up delectable brunch dishes in a great setting. While they offer French Toast, you can expect to be surprised each time you come in to this great restaurant. During fall, they might serve a delicious pumpkin French toast, but at other times, you’ll find other variations! You certainly won’t want to miss out on any of them though.

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(credit: Tanzy Restaurant)


Tanzy
10840 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 307-7004
www.tanzyrestaurant.com

Westwood’s Tanzy restaurant has one of those brunch menus that might have you overwhelmed at first. Everything looks great, but they offer a brioche bread pudding French toast that is out of this world. Served with warm maple syrup, it is a must order.

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