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Photos: French-Mexican Brunch Spot Trois Familia Opens In Silver Lake

Crispy hash brown chilaquiles with sunny side-up egg (via troisfamilia/Instagram)
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Trois Familia, a new French-Mexican brunch and lunch destination in Silver Lake, will officially open tomorrow.

Following a super soft opening today, the highly anticipated restaurant will start serving their creative cross-cultural dishes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., seven days a week. Trois Familia is another joint venture from superstar chefs Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook, and Vinny Dotolo—who also opened the popular Trois Mec and Petit Trois. And judging by the menu shared by Eater LA, the restaurant is likely to soon see lines out the door in anticipation of churro French toast and double decker potato tacos.

Similar to the unassuming facade of Petit Trois, the new restaurant is nestled in a strip mall along Sunset Boulevard, taking over the space of the former Alegria. While perhaps not as mind-blowing as some might expect a French-Mexican brunch mash-up to be, the menu does look to hold some delicious-sounding promises. We're definitely intrigued by the crispy hash brown chilaquiles with a sunny side-up egg, cotija and salsa macho; a Galette crêpe with comté cheese, ham and avocado milk; and the previously mentioned churro French toast with Mexican chocolate and vanilla ice cream from Salt & Straw.

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The menu also features lunch items as well, including Mexican-roasted heirloom carrots with crème fraîche and herbs, or a chicken milanesa with raw and pickled cucumbers. And most of the dishes range from a reasonable $8 to $13, with the exception of the $38 steak diane for ballers.

Trois Familia is located at 3510 Sunset Blvd, Silver Lake.