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Does anyone know a resturant that serves Beef Wellington in downtown Los Angeles? I can't find it on any menu's in LA. I love it.

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  1. Our favorite place for B Welly is at Le Petit Chateau in North Hollywood. I don't know of a downtown restaurant that offers it. Much of the time places that do it only offer it as a sometimes special, which makes it hard to find. Le Petit Chateau does the traditional version that includes the layer of pate in between the meat and the pastry crust. Here is a prior review I did on it: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/4547...

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    Le Petit Chateau Restaurant
    4615 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91602

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    1. re: Servorg

      Sounds good to me. I'll check it out. Thanks!!!!!

    2. Not Downtown, but here's 2 more (I haven't personally tried either though):

      Whale & Ale - San Pedro
      http://www.whaleandale.com/

      "Beef Wellington; the best Choice Filet Mignon, packed with mushroom duxelle (finely chopped mushrooms, garlic butter & seasoning) wrapped in puff pastry & baked. Périgourdine sauce (beef stock reduction with marsala, chopped black truffles), vegetables or mashed fresh potatoes"

      The Queen Mary - Sir Winston's - Long Beach
      http://queenmary.com/Sir-Winstons.aspx

      Pate or No Pate - Are we going to have that debate again ?

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      1. re: JBC

        Derek's Bistro - Pasadena. There's a pic of it if you scroll down on the front page of their website. The Foie Gras is good, too.
        http://www.dereks.com/

        1. re: JBC

          The thing is, the addition of pate makes a huge (improvement) to the taste of the Welly, (at least to us it does).

            1. re: WildSwede

              According to their website, Derek's closed on March 26th.

              1. re: maxcatsilver

                WHAT??!! That is too bad. It was really nice. I just saw that they were looking for a person who was willing to buy it.