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Cafe La Palette (CLOSED)

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  • French, Brazilian
  • 50 MacDougal St, New York NY10012 40.727456 -74.002629
  • (Btwn Houston & Prince St)
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  • (212) 529-2550
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User Ratings (Based on 14 reviews)

Food 4.1 Value 3.9
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 529-2550
Delivery Take Out
Delivery Mon-Fri: 11am-10pm
Brunch, Dinner
Delivery, Lunch, Outdoor Seating, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Cafe La Palette

    Posted by Soho-lovers on 02/19/2007

    Nothing to remember

    We live right down the block from this place and unfortunately we are not inclined to go back. Firstly, it is cash only and the service was very slow. The food attempted to be some kind of mix between french and brazilian but really was nothing to remember at all. A very mediocre experince.

  • Cafe La Palette

    Posted by Lily on 01/01/2007

    Food good, service painfully slow

    It is unfortunate that the service is so inept and painfully slow, as the food here is terribly good. The wait for the order, then the wait for the check added about half an hour to our meal, which is really unnecessary during off peak hours.

  • Cafe La Palette

    Posted by AgentSik007 on 10/09/2006

    A Tasty Time

    This is a great place neighborhood place to go and hang out with your friends, despite the lack of good alcohol. The food is fantastic and not overpriced at all. We all shared crapes for entree and dessert. We had the Poulet Fermier Grille crepe, Et Saucisson crepe, and our favorite, Fromage Chevre Au Legume Grille. The goat cheese and grilled veggies had the best flavor pairing with the delicious side salad. For dessert, definitely go for the banana and caramel or strawberry and nutella crepe. They were absolutely delicious. I wasn't a big fan of the service as there was only one waitress for the entire night. But we went on Monday, so it may be better the rest of the week. Highly recommended for a delicious and moderately priced good time.

  • Cafe La Palette

    Posted by Motowners on 10/08/2006

    Great find

    Good food, varied choices (interesting crepes), really nice service. Dessert crepes were big and delicious. Chocolate cake to die for. Given the prices I can't imagine why there's not a line down the block waiting to get in.

  • Cafe La Palette

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2006

    A cosy find, with sullen/smiling service

    I like this place a lot- I'd actually like to like it more. I love their garden, the food is good, and it's not overcrowded. That said, the waitress the other day was not so nice. I wanted to have brunch with a friend, and it felt like we were not welcome...maybe she was tired, or having a bad day. Anyway, things gradually brightened up- I'd like to think it's because I was very nice to her even after her rude greeting. The rice and beans are fantastic, the staff is earnest and want you to be there, and the capirinhas rock. Try it- and the sunny/romantic/quiet garden too!

  • Cafe La Palette

    Posted by José Manoel, NYC on 04/24/2006

    It's Brazilian!

    It's a perfect tradicional brazilian food.Big portions and excelente menu, especialy the "carne Assada"...and also good crepes.Beautifull smiling waitresses in a cosi place in the heart of soho. I love it!

  • Cafe La Palette

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2005

    It's no In&Out but better than fatburger

    Came here last night with Elliot, the burgers were huge and juicy. The burger came with red potatoes and mixed colli-greens. If you like chicken then you go to Roscoes chix and waffles. If you like burgers, you would go to this place because it is that good. Like the title says, its no IN AND OUT burgers but definately better than a double double at Fatburgers. Thanks for reading. Chow.

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