La Petite Maison
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The dining room is clean and mostly white. Artwork lines the walls. Impeccably polite and knowledgeable staff (and we seriously mean it here) wear crisp shirts and waist aprons.
Everything about the restaurant screams class.
At lunchtime, the place is filled with suited businessmen and women enjoying fine food. There is no dedicated business lunch menu, but there are few better places to eat at lunchtime in DIFC. And the extra expense is worth it. Of an evening, it’s romantic and offers a great way to show off your impeccable taste.
The menu is not too long, but nor is it one of those that has three choices per course. It’s just the right length. The burrata is probably the best in Dubai – creamy with sweet cherry tomatoes and dressed perfectly with oil and lemon. The lamb chop is also one of the tastiest dishes in the city – the charring, the pink meat, the dressing… we could go on.
LPM is a restaurant to fall in love with, and fall in love with it we did.
The bottom line
Unbeatable when it comes to Gallic gastronomy in Dubai. La Petite Maison
|Tel:||04 439 0505|
|Travel:||Sheikh Zayed Road|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Outdoor seating, Romantic, Cocktails|
|Times:||Open daily noon-3pm, 7pm-11pm|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||No|
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Mohamed Jul 26, 2015 12:45 pm
Le Petite Miserable Service!
No doubt about the beautiful ambiance of the nice restaurant.It is highly recommended as a hot french dining spot.The main problem of this restaurant is the female reservation agent who takes guests booking(Louise).Extremely rude and unprofessional. gives you sense of being in a hurry! and doesn't give a chance to the calller to speak!
I will never recommend this restaurant to anybody!
I feel sad to do so!
fletch Mar 25, 2015 05:38 am
- Wildly overpriced.
- Tables too close so you hear the business conversations from people next to you and struggle to have a conversation of your own.
- Staff are rude.
- dishes brought out at different times rather than together, so I had a side but not main and dining partner had a main but no side. Kept waiting then food was cold.
- Food was basic and nothing special at all.
If anyone recommends this place to me I know to ignore their opinion on food matters.
nida Sep 19, 2013 08:03 am
Just by looking at the sheer number of reviews up above, you know its a resturant that soooo many people have 1- tried 2- liked/disliked enough to come back and write a review.
Im one of the recurring customers of this resturant as well. Why?
they sell the best french food in town. Amazing burrata, super fresh lobster salad, finger licking lamb chops ( i recall they call it lamb shank on the menu) and to-die-for pain perdu!
Although its a little pricey and noisy, but hey anything for GOOD food :)
Khaled Aug 26, 2013 12:28 pm
I and my wife had dinner yesterday night. The best food and service in town. Very attentive staff and professional. Will come back for sure.
Irina Solovyova May 19, 2013 08:50 am
It’s been 8 months since I visited Le Peitite Maison last time and I must say our last night dinner was quite disappointing.
I invited my partner for dinner to celebrate his birthday and arranged the booking a week in advance. Upon reservation I requested for a birthday cake/tart to be arranged and also provided the name to be written on it. The hostess kindly confirmed this request.
The dinner started quite bad after finding a piece of plastic paper or plastic packaging, in crab/lobster salad (definitely something not eatable).
Upon ordering the dessert the birthday cake never arrived and nobody acknowledged that.
By choosing this restaurant I expected to have great birthday dinner but there was only disappointment. I don’t think it’s right to feel this way especially when you pay AED 1,500 for dinner for two.