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Restaurant review: Juliet, Culver City

Poisson cru with a Meyer lemon ponzu. Photo by Liz Barclay

Bright and bustling brasserie Juliet in Culver City will transport you straight to Paris with soft lighting, drippy wax candles, gleaming marble dining tables surrounded by pillow-strewn velvet banquettes, and a sprawling sidewalk patio. But the creative-meets-classic menu (from the team behind coastal Mediterranean hot spot Margot up the street) is perhaps the Frenchiest part of the whole operation. 

Crepes Suzette

Crêpes suzette. Photo by Liz Barclay

Guests can fill up on decadent breakfast dishes like crêpes suzette and a croque madame and, later in the day, indulge in chilled mussels with an herb-infused emerald sauce verte; a traditional endive salad laced with walnuts, grapes, and Roquefort; fancy finger food in the form of duck confit “cigars”; and poisson cru (this version, done with amberjack and a Meyer lemon ponzu, is unlike the traditional French Polynesian preparation). 

Juliet Interior

Photo by Shade Degges

All of Juliet’s wine offerings are imported from France, and the list is set up for some serious sampling, with 1-ounce tastes and half glasses available.

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