This French restaurant at the Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills, which replaced Livello about a year ago, was made for the power lunch. Stop by sometime in the middle of the day midweek  and you’ll find well-dressed women with perfectly coiffed hair chatting loudly into their cellphones while they nibble at their avocado toasts. The dinner crowd is a little more focused on the food. Chef Olivier Quignon has an impressive selection of charcuterie and a grilled Hudson Valley foie gras with local citrus. He’s also paying attention to the city’s vegetable craze with a whole roasted cauliflower with vadouvan curry. For dessert, there’s a beautiful mille-feuille and a Sugarfina candy cart.  December 2016 – Jenn Harris

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