/PRNewswire/ -- The creme de la creme of French gourmet food and fine wines has joined Canon Drive's esteemed "restaurant row." Monsieur Marcel co-founders Stephane and Katy Strouk and new partner, Emile Malka celebrated the opening at 447 North Canon Drive with a party benefiting UNICEF. Since 1993, the Strouks have been dedicated to bringing the French bistro experience, as well as personally traveling throughout Europe to bring imported and domestic artisanal food, to Los Angeles epicures. This marks their third Southern California site.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Feb. 6, 2013 From caviar to charcuterie, glorious breads, cheese plates, desserts and beyond, Monsieur Marcel's gourmet market is stocked with 250 types of cheese, 350 kinds of wine, along with a dramatic assortment of meats, olives, marmalades, mustards and sauces. The 7000 square foot Canon Drive location features an expansive serving bar with a selection of freshly made sandwiches, salads and hot entrees, easily packaged for convenient take-home or enjoyed while perched at one of the on-premise high-tops.
To savor the total Monsieur Marcel experience, the full-service restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily from 9 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. An array of traditional French dishes including soups, salads, crepes, quiches and sandwiches gives rise to classic entrees including boeuf bourguignon and coq au vin while mousse au chocolat and tarte tatin are favorites on the dessert menu. Wines of international origin as well as Monsieur Marcel's private label, can be purchased by the glass or bottle. Custom designed gift baskets are welcome additions to any special occasion.
"We are especially excited to bring Monsieur Marcel to Canon Drive," said co-owner Stephane Strouk. "Katy and I pride ourselves on giving our customers the best of French fare and we are eager to finally share our vision with the Beverly Hills community."
France native, Stephane Strouk brought his passion for French specialty cuisine to Los Angeles in 1993, opening a creperie at the Grove Farmers Market which later became the first Monsieur Marcel location. Demanding quality above anything else, the Strouk's sample every product they sell.
A keen eye for new food trends, Katy Strouk, specializes in sourcing unique and hard-to-find items, a mainstay of Monsieur Marcel, insuring that each and every selection is on par with the quality the Strouks strive to provide their customers. For further information, visit http://www.mrmarcel.com.
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