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Posted by Geneviève on 10/30/2008
Last July we found this lovely restaurant while looking for the Children's Museum of Manhattan . Luckily we had just hit a lemonade stand on Central Park West but were still desperate to find food and drink on a scorching day and with two little girls not used to this kind of heat . The place was just like us : Franco-american, with a Franco - American waitress who spoke both languages perfectly (kind of rare among us dual citizens) and was friendly and efficient . The pancakes were fluffy and yummy, the croque-monsieur was great, served with French fries (that would not be the case in Paris) but hey, this is the US . We have tried many cafés while living in New York five years ago and we were happy to find this place which is good value for money and friendly. In other words, it offers the best of both sides of the Atlantic . This is also why we love New York so much.
Posted by Alabama Bob on 09/18/2008
While visiting an uncle in Manhattan, he took me to a late dinner here. I liked it so much, I lunched here three more times. Service is friendly, the food is excellent, the location is not far from the Museum of Natural History + Bistro Citron = a good day
Posted by Turk on 08/17/2008
my husband and I stumbled upon this restaurant while running an errand on the west side and it was wonderful. highly attentive service, warm fresh bread, delicious food with a long menu and wine list... eat here. we'll trek to the west side to eat here again
Posted by Rachel on 07/18/2008
Had dinner at Citron last night and had a lovely experience. The food was delicious ( the monk fish is superb) and my waitress was so friendly. I felt at ease, welcome and had a great dinner. I Highly Recomment It.
Posted by Stephane on 07/16/2008
Had Lunch At Citron just today! I was very surprised with the food & the service. i was very impressed with the steak bearnaise which taste as good or better than many brasseries i used to go to in Paris. the service was also wonderful. Dont listen to reviewers who do not know better. this is not the kind of place where service staff fake accents! Trust me I'm french. you should try
Posted by K8 on 07/06/2008
My dinner experience in a nutshell last night at Bistro Citron: Started out with an unclean water glass, which the waiter acknowledged as "gross" because the grime was actually 3-Dimensional. After getting a nice clean water glass, received an unclean wine glass, to which the waiter said I was "having bad luck". I asked him what was in the spring risotto, which was on the daily specials list. Ahem: "I'm not sure what's in the risotto today, I'll have to go see what the manufacturer has sent us". So, their food comes in little packages and they just add water and heat it up. My husband order steak frittes medium rare, I ordered the steak au poivre vert medium rare. Both came out well done. Sent back, returned medium well. Didn't bother to send back again. My steak came with potato gratin, which was formed in such a suspicious cube I do not believe it could have possibly have been homemade - it probably came from the same place that "manufacturers" the risotto. Oh, and it was burnt. Bon Appetite!
Posted by Nancy on 07/02/2008
Our waitress (who talked a lot and said her mom was from Ohio) had the worst fake French accent and it was so annoying. Other than that, our two times eating here were good if you ordered the right food. The Canard a' l' Orange was fantastic as was the Coquilles St. Jacques. The Salade Citron had too many greens and just average in taste. The carmelized onion tart had tasty onions but the crust on the tart was too thick - I ended up picking out the onions and leaving most of the crust. The hamburger was overdone. We ordered cosmo's, wine by the glass and tap beer. Very drinkable - nothing spectacular.