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    French Cuisine at a Great French Restaurant in Los Angeles

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Are you planning a visit to a French restaurant? You can find out more about our recent blog topics, including information about delicious French cuisine, on the following websites. To learn more, contact Rosé Restaurant today at (866) 641-2768.

    • Visit this page for a guide to some common French phrases and terms that can come in handy when dining at a French restaurant.
    • Enjoying a meal at a French restaurant is a great way to get ready for a trip to France. Get more French vacation tips on this page from USA Today.
    • Find information about our fabulous Executive Chef Emmanuel Pradet on this page from LA.Eater.com.
    • Check out this page for some fun facts about our talented head chef.

    Rosé Restaurant Featured in Discover Los Angeles

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Featured in the Dine LA section, Tara de Lis writes about the “Decadent Dining” at Rosé Restaurant in West Hollywood. For your reservations, call (866) 641-2768.

    “And then, of course, there’s the celebrity-central Rosé Restaurant in West Hollywood, where ordering a bottle of the finest champagne should be handled with great caution. The behemoth Methuselah of 1996 Dom Perignon Rosé Gold is priced at a whopping $130,000. One of only 35 bottles produced, it’s quite a find.”

    Read the entire article here

    How to Order French Food like a True Connoisseur

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Nothing is more exquisite than a delicious French meal. However, you don’t have to be in France to experience this amazing cuisine! Here at Rosé Restaurant, we bring the wonder and excitement of French cuisine to our Los Angeles diners. If you’re getting ready to visit a French restaurant for brunch, lunch, or dinner, take a look at these tips that can help you order your food like a true connoisseur:

    Review the Menu Online

    Whether this is your first time experiencing French food or you’re a longtime fan, it’s a good idea to look at the restaurant’s menu online before heading out for your meal. This will help you gain a better understanding of what dishes are available and give you time to read over each dish’s name. Look through the menu and make a note of the options that interest you. When you get to the restaurant, you’ll already be knowledgeable about the dishes you’re interested in, and you’ll be able to ask your server about the details.

    Look Up Common French Culinary Terms

    It’s important to have at least a basic understanding of some of the French words that you’re likely to see when dining in a French restaurant. There are a number of fantastic French-language resources online that can help you learn how to say just what you want. These guides also offer audio features that will let you hear the proper pronunciation of each word. You can practice these words at home until you are confident.

    Don’t Hesitate to Ask Questions

    The best way to become a true connoisseur is to practice, practice, practice! During your first few visits to Rosé Restaurant, ask any questions you may have regarding our menu items, the cuisine, or the language. The more questions you ask, the more you’ll learn about French cuisine. Then you’ll be able to impress your fellow diners!

    Learn more about our French restaurant by contacting the team here at Rosé Restaurant. Visit us online or call us at (866) 641-2768 for more information.

    Alex Ott | Creative Cocktails on 'Better'

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Here at Rosé Restaurant, we leave our drink mixing to our celebrity mixologist, Alex Ott. Not only does Alex make a variety of fantastic and delicious drinks here at Rosé, he’s also made some signature concoctions for the ladies of Sex and the City and Gossip Girl.

    This video clip shows Alex making a couple of unique and refreshing cocktails. Alex’s philosophy of using fresh and simple ingredients results in delicious, crisp, and clear flavors. The Spa Cocktail features gin, cucumber slices, and lime juice, making it reminiscent of cool and refreshing spa water. The Ecco Freddo combines Pinot Grigio with watermelon, pineapple juice, and lemon juice, creating a rush of fresh and fruity flavors.

    You can try making these drinks at home, or come in to Rosé Restaurant for a fabulous cocktail created by Alex himself! Learn more by giving us a call today at (866) 641-2768.

    Fabulous French Desserts to Complete Your Meal

    Last updated 2 years ago

    After enjoying a delicious dinner, nothing is better than indulging in a fabulous dessert! French cuisine offers a variety of delectable sweets and treats to help you end your dining experience. At Rosé Restaurant, our dessert list draws its inspiration from the very best of French desserts. Here are a few ideas for your next visit to our French restaurant:

    Rosé Crème Brûlée

    Our take on this classic French dessert is the perfect end to any meal. This burnt cream dish is made by cooking simple custard and letting it cool down. Next, sugar is coated on top of the custard and caramelized with a small torch. Here at Rosé Restaurant, we add rosé water and candied rose petals to provide a delicate and delicious touch.

    Meringue Aux Fruits Rouges

    This fruity and delicious dessert features meringues, a light and airy treat made from white sugar and egg whites. We layer our scrumptious meringues with a savory red berries ice cream, a delectable Chantilly crème, and fresh fruit coulis.

    Rosé Lollipops

    Our lollipops are the perfect way to finish your meal with a touch of sweetness. These delicious cream puffs feature three different mouthwatering cream fillings: coconut, passion fruit, and vanilla bean. Our scrumptious Rosé lollipops are served with chocolate and caramel dip.

    Pampelonne

    Here at Rosé Restaurant, dessert doesn’t just include food—it also includes our fabulous selection of cocktails! Our celebrity mixologist Alex Ott provides a variety of delicious and unique cocktails, like the Pampelonne. This drink features a blend of citrus vodka, mango, vanilla, and lemon, all topped with whipped cream.

    The Goddard

    This daring dessert cocktail is perfect for a romantic night out. Fresh raspberries are combined with red wine and dark chocolate, and topped with freshly-beaten semi-liquid whipped cream.

    After enjoying a wonderful meal here at Rosé Restaurant, be sure to try one of these delicious and rich treats, or one of our many other desserts or cocktails. Learn more about our Los Angeles restaurant today by giving us a call at (866) 641-2768.

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