Trois Mec is a California restaurant that showcases the handiwork of French chef Ludo Lefebvre. Waylynn Lucas of CNBC's "Restaurant Startup" called it "one of my favorite restaurants in all of Los Angeles," but if you want to eat there, there are a couple of things you should know.
First of all, there's no menu. Instead, Lefebvre decides what five-course meal everyone will eat on a given night. And you can forget about making reservations, since the restaurant doesn't accept them. Instead, patrons purchase tickets weeks in advance, at a nonrefundable cost of $75 each. This price covers the cost of the entire meal, minus drinks.