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Posted by Katie on 04/21/2008
We found this yesterday and are already planning our next trip. The food was pretty great and it's all very reasonably priced. LOVED the fries...and pretty much everything else I got. The service was a bit slow (not the food, though) but it was packed and we didn't mind. They didn't rush us at all and the waiter was super-nice.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/23/2008
The food wasn't spectacular (the soup was a little too salty and the crepe was not fantastic) but the overall atmosphere was great. This is a cute little place to grab some comfort food but don't expect great French cuisine.
Posted by Nadder on 02/22/2008
Child-friendly, good service, reasonably priced. Delicious bread and crispy fries. Not outstanding French food, but all reasonable for the price. Enjoyed our meal here - left feeling very relaxed (nice wine too!).
Posted by ra on 01/24/2008
A cute little cafe/bistro to grab a great meal. Love the homemade soup. Salad dressing homemade. Yum.
Posted by Amanda on 01/14/2008
I can't get enough of this place. The soup specialty is the best deal in town. $15 includes a bowl of amazing soup (the French onion is my favorite), salad, dessert and a glass of wine or hard cider. Other standouts are the brandade (a garlicky casserole of mashed potatoes and salt cod), the fondue, and the Steaks Hache (bun-less burgers in decadent sauces). Yes, it's a bit crowded and cramped, but that's because it's tasty, dependable and inexpensive. And yes, the service can occasionally be a little slapdash, but more often it's the opposite- my water glass is always full, and my check arrives right on time. They've taken good care of me for years, and I'll keep going back as often as I can.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/07/2008
This place has always been a personal favorite. Its' a great place for a date or a nice meal with friends. The atmosphere is very relaxed and though it can get a little hectic at lunchtime, it never loses its charm (also, it's lunch in midtown: show me the place that isn't a little crazy). The food is excellent and well priced and the service is friendly. The omelettes and soups are both excellent the French Onion Soup is a must have. I also recommend the "Steak Hache Au Poivre" and the highly decadent Fondue, though to be honest, I've never been disappointed with anything I've eaten here. All-in-all this is a great, reasonably priced place for a casual lunch or dinner.
Posted by MarcandRebecca on 01/02/2008
Fabulous soups, great quiche at great prices. Even though we went during the week between Christmas and New Year's when the area was packed, we had only a short wait, but the place filled up quickly. We will definitely go back.