Was the soufflé au Grand Marnier worth our waiter's hype? (It's the house specialty and takes 20 minutes to make, he told us, so we'd better get our order in . . .)

Quel dommage, it didn't rock my world. I tasted a lot of egg and not a trace of Grand Marnier, so an extra shot of vanilla crème anglaise was in order. I'll take the crème brûlée any day, though — underneath the thin brûléed sugar shell, the classic custard had the just-sweet-enough flavor of perfect hot cocoa, and a velvety texture.

Beyond dinner, Petite Maison is now up and running with lunch, late-night, and weekend brunch service as well. That's a lot of eating, don't you think?

Chef James Porter, formerly of Tapino, bounces back with delightful French fare at Old Town's Petite Maison.
Jackie Mercandetti
Chef James Porter, formerly of Tapino, bounces back with delightful French fare at Old Town's Petite Maison.

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Petite Maison

7216 E. Shoeman Lane
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Category: Restaurant > French

Region: Central Scottsdale

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Escargots: $6
Steak tartare: $8
Steak frites: $17
Crème brûlée: $6
Petite Maison
7216 East Shoeman Lane, Scottsdale
480-991-6887
Petite Maison
Hours: lunch, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday; dinner, 5 to 10 p.m. daily; brunch, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; late night, 10 p.m. to midnight, Thursday through Saturday

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Chris
Chris

That onion soup is flat out awesome. Best I've had in years!

 
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