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Posted by Anonymous on 02/01/2012
This place is a cute neighborhood place, very casual but not fancy at all. The food is consistently good. It's very small and I can never comfortably move past a table without inconveniencing someone- which is fine- it's just really tight. Every time I've been in here it has been incredibly, unreasonably, hot. Open the door or something! I'm usually cold so it's not just me! That said, it's perfect if you're meeting a friend for a weekday breakfast, or go alone and have a meal by yourself you'll feel comfortable. This last time I went at 4pm to grab "lunch" and there were 4 other people having a meal by themselves too.
Posted by anonymous on 07/12/2010
ever since I discovered this place I go at least once a week. The chocolate crepes (with house made chocolate) is my absolute favorite. The 'salty' food is also delicious. I had the salmon crepes and the croque madam. Both good though they seem to love rosemary (it's very present in the salty dishes). But maybe it's supposed to be this way...
Posted by Jim on 07/01/2010
Live in the neighborhood and couldn't wait to give this place a try for breakfast. Ordered Le Croque Madame after reading other reviews. The cheese looked and tasted like it sat on the bread for hours. The ham was tasteless and dry. The side salad didn't have dressing. My friend has the crepe which was just average at best. Overall the food was so disappointing and overpriced. Will not go back here.
Posted by Alexa on 06/16/2009
Truely amazing food, and very warm. If you want good French food without having to go through formal dress and lots of money this is the place. It is warm and the food is very authentic. It's not American with French sprinkled on top, its French food. I highly recommend the Croque Madame, Champignon Aux Chevre, oireaux - Fromage De Chevre, all of which are beautiful.
Posted by ooh la la on 04/29/2008
the small cozy cafe with wonderful smells and tasty food is alive and well in the west village. the staff did not hover, yet were available when necessary. the food was really great and the prices were not excessive. would definitely recommend this cafe to anyone.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/10/2008
my boyfriend, roommate and myself happened upon cafe henri when 'ino down the street had a 45-minute wait. this was exactly two years ago, and i've been back countless times. i even brought a friend visiting from france, who told me it's the most authentic french food she's had outside of her home country. i haven't even considered drinking and snacking at 'ino since that first fateful evening.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/02/2007
I stumbled upon Cafe Henri by accident last week while out with some relatives from out of town. I was amazed at it's charm from the beginning, and pleasantly surprised by the food. The crepes are delicious and the french onion soup is perfection. The wine list also features some unexpected treats and a great digestif! My husband and I plan to return soon, as he was a big fan of the beef stew. Highly recommended!