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Cafe Un Deux Trois
Posted by working girl on 07/21/2011
I hadn't been back to Un Deux Trois for some time and was delighted I had! I saw they opened for breakfast and decided to go try it out, loved it so much I went back for lunch with some colleagues of mine! Although I loved the old menu it is nothing but an imporvement, I now can enjoy crepes! The service is also great, the waiters are attentive and the managers very welcoming. I recommend any reader to go try it! The changes to the decor and the new menu are both worth seeing and trying. The restaurant managed to keep its charm and french atmosphere with these upgrades. I would recommend it to anyone and I guarrantee noone could disagree after tasting one of their desserts!
Posted by Anne Davis on 06/04/2011
I love this restaurant. I have gone here several times to meet friends for lunch. It is always comfortable and pleasant. The dining room has a European flair and service is relaxed and accommodating. It is a go to restaurant that fits the bill for an enjoyable meal with friends.
Posted by Julie on 05/15/2011
My husband and I stopped there on our way to work, for brunch. We thought hey how long can it take for a brunch food. The place was nearly empty, mostly tourists, and we were sat near the coffee station. No big deal but it took the waiter 5 minutes to bring up 2 regular coffees. And no they were brewing a fresh pot I could see them sitting on the burners. After we ordered our food, crepes and a croque madame. It took forever to get to the table, and to get refills on the coffee. When the food finally came out it was cold and slopply looking. The home fries that came with my croque madame were cold and suspiciously slimy, I didn't touch them after that. The eggs which I asked for runny came just so but they were burnt on the bottom and had eggshells in the cripsy edge. My husband ordered a savory crepe and was extremely off put by the overwelming vanilla taste. Service was erratic and no one seemed to be paying attention to their tables. If you're thinking of going here I advise to stay far away.
Posted by Julie Mahoney on 09/08/2010
I ate the Prix Fix lunch for $19.95 one August afternoon with my husband and daughter and we had a fabulous experience. We had a nice table by the floor to ceiling window and watched the busy streets as we enjoyed a wonderful meal. My daughter and I had the Gazpacho and Quiche which were quite delicious. My husband had a tasty pasta dish. We had Profiteroles for dessert. It was a perfect afternoon lunch and we would definitely go back.
Posted by Jean on 08/15/2010
We've been eating here for 30 years and always loved it. However, tonight's dinner was very disappointing. The menu has been changed and our favorites are gone. My husband was looking forward to the Mussel appetizer which is no longer available but is on the dinner menu. He asked the waiter if they would make and appetizer size only to be told rather abruptly "only one size". The food was sub-par, we were rushed and the waiter watched us eat our dinner which made us rather uncomfortable. The only bright spot was dessert the perferioles were as good as we remembered. I'm convinced that there is a new chef, and not a very good one at that! We won't be going back. There are plenty of other restaurants in the Theater District. We will go to one of those from now on.
Posted by KLM on 08/15/2010
It was my first time there the other night, with my husband, before a show. I thought the service was very unfriendly and we felt a little bit like cattle. The food itself was very mediocre. Pretty disppointing overall, would not return nor would I recommend this place to anyone.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/28/2010
Don't get me wrong, the atmosphere inside Midtown's Cafe Un Deux Trois is very nice, full of character and french charm. But when you order $9.50 waffles and get three lukewarm eggos on a plate with a meager helping of fruit, it leaves something to be desired. And yes, I believe they were literally frozen kid waffles. Also, my husband and I ordered a side of home fries ($2.50) to share, and were charged an absurd "sharing" price, making it $5.00 for a small serving of bland potatoes. Not worth the money AT ALL. Don't waste your time on overly expensive "french" cuisine.