Cheese plate. Good service.
One of the best and my most favorite restaurants in Los Angeles. I have been going there since 1937 when I was 5 years old. Of course it was in a different building then. Food is always well-prepared and delicious
"Mellow atmosphere, great food!"
Thank you for hosting Sigma Chi alumni luncheons. Excellent service and the very best quality food and drinks.
Is very nice enjoable place.
A neighborhood treasure.
Great food and service. You never feel rushed. Dinner is somewhat European style so it may be somewhat longer to get thru it, but so we'll enjoyed. I've been for several seminars to this location in one of their meeting rooms and experienced same great food and service for the group
Frogs legs & split pea soup yum!
We’ve been eating here for years. We’ve loved and the food was great yesterday. The only thing that bothered me is the fact they didn’t plan on making enough butter nut squash ravioli. My wife does not eat meat and we had planned on this for weeks. The only soulution they came up was kinda lame. Basically the turkey dinner minus the turkey with the sides. They could of had added more portions but it was the same. And we were still charged full price for her meal. Next time they need a backup item if they run out.
Impeccable duck a'lorange and great aged steaks. Romantic atmosphere and old school décor that has not changed over the decades. Used as a location in madmen because it still looks like its the 1950s in there. Love the food and service here!!
Delicious food, great customer service, plenty of parking.
My parents use to dine at Taix decades ago. We were nearby for a show so we decided to go. The decor is just as my mother described it. The anchovy app was excellent. A little disappointed in the pate. Needed just a tad more of something. My husband and I had the especial beef burgundy. So good, though I wish one of us ordered the duck l'orange. Ours and the dishes that passed us were very generous in portions. Pear tart was a perfect end to the meal. The waiter took too long to acknowledge us but we could see that several of his tables had food come up at the same time. Still, a quick be with you in a moment would have been nice.
My parents treated us to a belated anniversary dinner at Taix, and it was amazing! � Duck a l’Orange with wild rice. What can I say? Half of a plump, succulent, crispy-skinned duck, with a mound of perfectly cooked wild rice. I’ve had duck at different places, and honestly I was never impressed. Too little meat, too much bone, skin & fat. But not at Taix. Apparently, you have to go to a real restaurant, to get the amazing experience of a real duck dinner. Heath, Daddy & I, all had the duck. And it is only available on Saturdays. Momma had the beef bourguignon, (one of the chef’s specials), and gave us all a taste, and it was the richest, meatiest bourguignon that I’ve ever tasted. It would have made Julia Child weep with happiness. If you order your entree, “Traditional Style”, you get your choice of salad, (Organic greens with vinaigrette, Iceberg wedge with bleu cheese, or Caesar salad), and the soup du jour. On Saturday, the soup is Potato Leek, and it is sublime. If you love vichyssoise, you’ll love this soup. The difference between them is it is served hot, and is not quite as thick as a vichyssoise. For dessert we all had something different, which was great, because we were able to get a little taste of each other’s dessert. I had the Chocolate Mousse, and it was The Best I have ever had, the taste, and texture was absolutely perfect, and there was plenty of it, chez generous! So many places pass off what I consider “pudding”, as mousse, and give you a mere dollop, but not Taix, they’re first class, all the way. Heath had the Panna Cotta with a berry compote. A Panna Cotto is an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded. The cream may be aromatized with rum, coffee, vanilla, or other flavorings. With the compote, it was delicious. Daddy had the “Floating Island”. A Floating Island is a dessert of French origin, consisting of meringue floating on crème anglaise. The meringues are prepared from whipped egg whites, sugar and vanilla extract then quickly poached. It too, was delicious. Momma had the Creme Brûlée, and it was one of the best I’ve ever tasted, along with being a generous portion, also. The food was amazing, but one of the highlights was our waiter, Martin. He was witty, fun, and with his assistant, made the whole experience perfect. If you ever have the opportunity to go to Taix, do it! Will you spend a little more? Yes, but it’s more than worth it, and really, most of the “Cuisine Grand-Mere”, (the daily specials), are $23. We’re talking meals like the Duck a l’Orange and Filet Mignon. And I’m telling you that’s cheap, for the savory, fresh, and perfectly cooked food, that you get. There’s a reason they’ve been around since 1927! ��
Great "old school" type restaurant... Very well established and consistent in their quality. Service was surperb.... Felt very comfortable there... Most importantly, the food was excellent!! The soup was so homemade tasting-- be sure to order it...
Still my favorite restaurant in LA. Best for. Best service. Family has been coming here for special occasions for decades. Love Les Taix!
Good old time restaurant. Great food and good drinks. Nice bar area.
Lovely spot, simple and straightforward fare. I enjoyed the rillettes and trout quite a bit.
A historic Los Angeles institution for good reason -- spacious, inviting atmosphere; perfect, friendly service and classic French dishes at a reasonable price. There are also events designed for every age group to attract businesspeople, politicians, families and neighbors.
One of the most amazing dining experiences you can have in Los Angeles The food is truly special If you have never had escargot, this is the place to try some The service is impeccable and if you have a party of 10+, the private rooms are a really special way to celebrate something special A piece of Los Angeles history Nice bar with live music
No surprise Taix has just recently celebrated its 90th birthday! This place has a little bit of everything so that everyone is happy! I typically enjoy the more casual atmosphere of the bar, which has a great $5 happy hour wine. I also recommend their burger for a great casual dining experience--it has a nice flavor and texture. For a more traditional French dish, go for the Coq au vin.