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Posted by Anonymous on 03/05/2005
This place used to be a staple in the upper east. The steak is really diasappointing. I recommend the oyster salad and the french onion soup, both are the only thing worth while on the menu. It's a shame the staff changed uniforms and must have changed the quality of the food as well.
Posted by Sharon on 01/21/2005
I ate at this restaurant more than 5 times in the last year and must say that the NY cut steak is one of the best steaks I have ever eaten. I ordered it every single time I was there and enjoyed very bite of it.
Posted by SH on 01/12/2005
This is one of the best steak houses I have ever been to. The food is reasonably priced and the food is simply fabulous. I must admit the decor is quite plain, but the service is great. The staff is friendly and the hostess' are very accomodating. This is the kind of restaurant that I would recommend for business dinners.
Posted by Upper Eastsider on 11/20/2004
What happened to the food here? We have eaten here at least 5 times over the last several years, with no bad experiences. Tonight 11/20/04 everything was poor. Mussels were broiled instead of steamed so each mussel was like a small raisin. The onion soup contained fried onion rings. The calf's liver was not like any calf's liver we have ever had before -- poor quality. Lastly a special of prawns over bok choy was not even passable. Won't return..
Posted by Most every day diner on 10/06/2004
Fairly priced steak, but fabulous come on! That's for the higher pricey steak houses like Morton's, Ruth's Chris, etc. But it's the old addage you get what you pay for and speaking of price, rather than raise prices they charge extra now for any veggies including fries. When I questioned management they said people were not happy to see prices go up. Give me a break - who just wants a plate of steak? Nevertheless, given so many mediocre places in the area this is one of the better ones.
Posted by Mr. George Diveris on 09/09/2004
I discovered this incredible neighborhood French bistro a few years ago and just can't say enough about it. The rib-eye steak is so juicy and tender it practically melts in your mouth. The mushroom strudel and escargot are absolutely delicious and you absolutely must dip your crispy fries in their special mustard sauce. While you wait at the bar for your table (a loud crowded restaurant is always a good sign) you're treated to complimentary dill onion cream dip with chucks of fresh baked bread. The place is just outstanding! Yummmm!
Posted by SR on 08/06/2004
Bistro Le Steak is a great place if you wanna enjoy a reasonably priced steak at a local bistro. I don't know that I would necessarily go there if it weren't 3 blocks from my house but its nice for those special, but not peter-luger-special occasions. Their crab cakes, filet mignon, peppercorn sauce, fries, and lemon tart are delicious.