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Posted by shana on 01/19/2011
Waitress took order. Servers came with food, but neglected to tell which patron ordered which food. This happened with appetizers and entree. Serving utensils were requested from 3 different wait staff and didn't receive any until a 4th request was made. Then received 2 sets for each family style dish. Wine never poured. Very disappointed
Posted by Rod on 04/28/2010
The decor is nice enough, but the food was drab and the service bad. We got the Steak Frites and the Coq Au Vin. The only thing good were the Frites. The steak was tough and tasteless. The Chicken had been prepared at least a day before and was reheated with what could have been a nice sauce, but wasn't. The Coq Au Vin was on a foundation of mashed potatoes and was accompanied by a small onion and three oyster mushrooms. Each of these could have added a dimension of interest to the dish, but each of the parts of the chicken dish were poorly made so the total plate was less than the sum of it's parts. When the waiter nearly tossed the bill on the table on his way to doing something else, we both knew we'd come to the wrong place. Don't make the same mistake
Posted by anonymous on 11/09/2009
Big portions and it is not expensive AT ALL for what you get and for a steakhouse in NYC especially a kosher restaurant. I am not even kosher but I would choose to go here any day. Meats are cooked exactly how you ask them to be. They are juicy and tender a great value for $30. I do not understand what the other comments under me are talking about although it may be crowded its a perfect restaurant for a family dinner or a date. Obviously you do not order spaghetti at a steakhouse yes it will be over priced and not amazing! Its French not Italian!! And a kosher restaurant that serves meat will not serve dairy
Posted by Old Timer on 08/26/2009
The food is pretty good. The atmosphere is awful. The noise level is very high and the tables are on top of each other. The waiter appeared to be hurried and wanted us out as quickly as possible. A very disappointing experience.
Posted by wellesley on 01/27/2009
Girlfriends and I stumbled into Le Marais before the theater. It appeared to be a french bistro-type restaurant and then were surprised to find it was kosher after finally noticing all the yarmulkes. We had perfect steak and frites for $19.50(well done, medium and medium rare) as well as a chicken dinner ($21) All were well presented, tasty and well presented. Very busy & full on a Thursday, but had fast service as we were there just before 6. Would recommend for kosher and those who are not.
Posted by protestant on 12/30/2008
$60 for two plates of spagehetti and a salad with only lettuce. At least they threw in bread. Don't ask for cheese the place is against it. Portions were tiny. Only thing I saw ordered that looked good was steak and french fries.
Posted by DIB on 08/26/2008
I have heard many suggestions to try this pace over the past year. I finally decide to try it out. A place for dates or the family. My date and I loved it. The lighting (just perfect), the food adn the service were all wonderful. I have never written a review before but I felt I should share this one. The food was great quality and taste. I had the streak, she had the chicken- both were superb.