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Posted by suffyduffy on 01/24/2010
The food is delicious! I had the guiness braised shortribs, OMG. My friend had the fish and it was equally divine. The portions on the food perfectly sized not oversized. The atmosphere inviting and comfortable. The wait staff super friendly and helpful. They have a small great wine list. This little gem does everything right and that includes the price point. This is the best new find on the LES in a long time and I for one can not wait to go back. In a nutshell - Yummy!
Posted by ues on 11/20/2009
i've eaten at antibes several times and each time was better than before, the atmosphere is warm and inviting, the food is excellent ,you must try the duck appetizer, it is great, at my last visit i had the skate fish which was the day special it was cooked perfectly and had this beautiful lemon and capers sause, i hope to find it on the menu at my next visit. for dessert you must try the halva with mascarpone served on crispy kataify noodles with pomegranite syrop. i would highly recomend antibes bistro for your next dinner.
Posted by neighborhoodgirl on 11/03/2009
I've seen this place in the 'hood for a while but never stopped in. Well I'm finally glad I did...the food is delicious and a good price, it's super cute and cozy, and the owner/chef is the nicest! I'll definitely be back when they get their liquor license to check out the wines.
Posted by rbauch on 09/22/2009
Fine bistro fare for reasonable prices. Small, interesting menu of well executed dishes with some real standouts, including the short ribs, chicken under brick and Halvah Kataifi (dessert). Friendly, attentive service and the added value of their "byob" policy make it worthwhile to travel the few extra blocks to this quiet, intimate setting.
Posted by Rachel on 08/22/2009
I brought my friend from out of town here last weekend (make a reservation because the tables fill up fast) and the food was fantastic. I had the guiness braised short ribs and they were like butter...some of the most amazing that I've ever had (really). Plus the BYOB option makes dining way more reasonable - so although entrees are around $15-20, you're saving money in the long run. Service was great - attentive but not lurking over our every bite. I would go back in a heartbeat!
Posted by Charmed on 07/15/2009
During the month of June I frequented this restaurant several times as I was doing a show at the theatre across the street. It is a charming little restaurant, perfect for a light bite with a friend or an intimate dinner. The chef/owner was incredibly friendly and accommodating. The food is delicious and well-prepared. My personal favorite is the beet and goat cheese salad - I'll order it every time. The mushroom risotto is also excellent. The ONLY thing that would make this restaurant better is if it were in the neighborhood where I live - then I would dine there easily once a week. Definitely try this place out!!
Posted by anonymous on 05/02/2009
I have been to Antibes several times since its recent opening. I have been to lots of much more expensive restaurants in this city and have to say, Antibes is as good or better than most restaurants that cost loads more. You can have a reasonably priced (for NYC) meal without compromising taste. I have had both brunch and dinner and would say you can't go wrong with either. Enjoy!