|9727 Culver Boulevard|
Culver City, CA 90232 View Map
Phone: (310) 815-8222
|Hours: ||Lunch Monday to Saturday|
Dinner Tuesday to Saturday 5:45p
|Price: ||$15.01 - $30|
|Alcohol: ||Wine / Beer|
|Parking: ||Validated Parking|
|Max Group Size: ||12|
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Bistro de l'Hermitage is simply French. Owned by American Johanna and French Christian Delay, you'll find congenial, warm service, moderately priced French bistro fare to be enjoyed al fresco on their large patio in the heart of Culver City, or inside in their tiny dining room.
The l'Hermitage wine inventory is small and tends to reflect wines that will sell in the neighborhood, although Christian usually has a plenty of wines that pair well with his food which might not be listed on the menu so be sure to ask. And if you choose to bring your own, feel free.
The two of them always dreamed of a simple neighborhood restaurant where they could meet and greet their friends and neighbors over a well-cooked meal and a great glass of wine. And that's just what they're doing, one meal at a time. Drop in and introduce yourself, they won't forget you.
Filled during lunch with neighborhood Sony executives, business thins a bit at nights, so that on some evenings you may find them closed. However, due to popular demand, they've started serving breakfast/brunch depending on the hour you rise..., on Saturdays.
Dishes are classics, simply prepared. Duck confit, coq au vin, boeuf bourgignon, steak au poivre, lamb stew, merguez, esgargot, potato gratin, quiche Lorraine, tarte tatin, all have a home here. Nightly specials and seasonal ingredients determine the menu.
When the Kirk Douglas Theater opens, expect their hours of operation to expand.
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