March 3, 2005 1

La Dijonaise (Culver City)

By in 13: Culver City

DSCF0034.jpgBusy days at work right now, time to post almost forgotten old entries. I lunched at La Dijonaise weeks ago at Culver City. It’s a nice, cheap casual French bistro. Their sandwiches are $5, very basic but cheap. It’s a good work day lunch spot.


However I ordered the most expensive item on menu. Cotes d’agneau $16 classic lamb chops with Dijon sauce. Very good, soft, tender and no muskiness, but not ‘pink’ enough for what I ordered (‘medium rare’ means different thing to different people). Raspberry mousse $3 no good. Rough cakes, fake pasty sugary sweet mousse with little raspberry taste.

La Dijonaise
French bistro & pastry
8703 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

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One Response to “La Dijonaise (Culver City)”

  1. seat says:

    The lamb looks really good!! Maybe the chef meant to make it rare and red, but misjudged the cooking time and over-cooked it?

    The cake looks really sweet!