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Posted by anonymous on 04/11/2013
Although the service was always questionable (and a very rigid chef), the food used to be excellent, and relatively good value for the quality of cooking. On our recent visits, however, the food has gone dramatically down, while the price has gone up.
Posted by TJ on 02/17/2012
I have been living in the neighborhood for many years but just discovered this little gem of a french bistro. The mussles were great but quite frankly I was a bit disappointed that I had to pay extra for the frites, which are customarily an included side accompaniment at most french bistros. Aside from the gum-chewing waitress, the service was fine and the food very good. I have taken friends there twice and am going again tonight.
Posted by Al Marks on 02/04/2012
I walked by Cassis after the restaurant I was planning to go to was booked up. It's really charming. Excellent food (lamb shank perfectly prepared), wonderful service and very reasonable price for the quality. I will be going back. Highly recommended. New York City does it again!
Posted by Steve J on 01/09/2012
This little gem surpassed all expectations for culinary excellence, service, value and ambiance. It's one restaurant in NYC I will return to time and time again.
Posted by Dancer101 on 10/29/2011
Walking up columbus ave after film festival at Lincoln center we were looking for a quiet place that two adults and teenager could all enjoy dinner. So happy we found bistro casis. Very pretty place, excellent food and very pleasant waiter. We had a lovely dinner!
Posted by LizzyG on 10/17/2011
The food was terrific, but the waiter was inattentive and argumentative. He first forgot one of our appetizers. He then forgot one of our desserts and claimed we had not ordered it. He was so rude that people at the next table came to our defense, telling him they had heard us place the order. We normally would have tipped 20% but left 10% instead with a note that the service was disappointing.
Posted by rb on 07/16/2011
They charged for bread. Went with a friend after ballet- about 10:30 PM- so only a few tables. Ordered a bottle of wine to end the evening. We later asked for some bread & we were told there was none left. Two minutes later another table was served bread. A group of four waiters had to congregate to decide to then give us bread. The bill came- they charged us $10 for bread without telling us and refused to take the charge off. They wouldn't even tell me the managers name. FYI- lived in nyc for 7 years & never posted anything. Its the principal,not the 10 bucks.