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Posted by BAS on 03/22/2015
We discovered this place as a refuge during a snowstorm and were captivated by the charm and welcoming atmosphere. The dishes we ordered, coq au vin, chicken paillard and endive salad, were first rate. The service was prompt and professional. The piano player Harold was accommodating to requests, and was especially solicitous to a young girl who wanted to hear Edelweiss. This is the sort of neighborhood restaurant were indeed many of the guests know one another’s names and the staff views them as friends. This is a keeper!
Posted by Miss Moore on 12/29/2009
Miss Moore adores La Med and Mr Ernesto's warm hospitality and ready smile, both now supplemented by an extraordinary value $18.75 lunch. But on the last two occasions he was not there and Miss Moore realised what havoc his absence caused as one of the waiters carried on a stentorian, agitated, polydecidel conversation with the other, wilting still further the greens on her plate and terrifying the stellar glass of wine. Miss Moore wishes she were Keats to the waiter's Shelley and could urge him to please, please, curb his exuberance.
Posted by michael j koster on 05/24/2009
I just had an amazing dinner last week, everything was delicious , great piano , one of those places that you don't see anymore, sea bass was superior, and great fish soup.
Posted by Ohad Kravchick on 03/13/2009
I would much more enjoy adding good reviews, but I had to warn people about this place. I went to this restaurant on Valentine's day knowing that it will be more expensive than I am used to. I must say, the atmosphere was lovely but the food was very disappointing. I had been to many places including Israel, France, Italy, Slovenia and more, and I never ran into a french restaurant less tasteful than this one. Maybe I'm being too cynical; maybe it's the fact that I paid $150 for a dislikable meal and a (good) bottle of wine, which is about five times more than I usually pay for an excellent Italian, Japanese, or the like.
Posted by pfc on 12/25/2008
This is a cozy little place on the East Side. My wife loves the ambience. It is really nice. The piano player is a nice touch. Service is wonderful. Onion soup and pate were very good to start. My wife loved her duck and the steak was good too. all the deserts were good and the soufle was great. We have been back already and will return. It is also a great bang for the buck.
Posted by Sandy/Susie on 11/10/2008
Just a random pick for our Sunday brunch, which turned out to be a delightful experience. Piano music was very nice and relaxing we were surpriseed there were about six different singers who were really good,and also very funny. The scallops were excellent, and my Minute Steak was also great. Service was very good. All in all, we had a most enjoyable time, and can't wait to go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2008
Wonderful little french bistro. The atomosphere reminded us of Nice/Cannes. The food was exceptional. The Prix Fixed menu was incredible value at 3 courses for $30.00 U.S. The food was so good we forgot the price of the meal. And when the bill came it was worth the price. With wine the bill for 2 people was around $80.00 not bad for the quality of the food. Just the right serving size. Nice and quiet, with live piano music, playing iconic NYC tunes. Loved it.!