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Le Paris Bistrot
Posted by cj raymond on 06/03/2012
Recently organized a family reunion to celebrate our cousin performing at the 92nd street Y We had to be at the concert by 8pm - arrived at 5:30 and they handled all the prix fixe dinners perfectly ....food and drinks were fine and great service got us out on time! Everyone very pleased. Merci Beaucoup!
Posted by Pen on 05/15/2011
Went for brunch/ The waitstaff were nice but felt like they were understaffed. The food was just OK. They forgot to put eggs in my crepe. Their brunch cocktails are definitely from pre-made mixes. They only had decaf available for the whole hour I was there (I'm sure they have regular normally though). That being said, the prices weren't bad. I wouldn't go back only for the food though.
Posted by anonymous on 04/26/2011
i thought i was going to have the best french food in nyc, instead it was a disapointment. the salad i got was welted and the dressing tasted sour. the pasta was either hard or soggy. the bartender and the waiter was nice and so was the price but the busboy couldnt understand what we were asking him. i lost my wallet and i asked if he has seen a wallet and he replied; "chocolate?" next time i am going to demarchelier... a friendly,warm,welcome atmosphere with delicious french food!
Posted by JTorrico on 03/20/2011
We have had dinner here about 5 times over the past 6 months. Every time, it is delicious, fresh food that is simply prepared. The staff is VERY attentive and we never feel ripped off. The atmosphere is cozy and since the renovation it's clean and comfortable. We've brought several groups of friends here and they too have enjoyed the experience. LOVE this little neighborhood bistro!
Posted by SeanPatrick on 01/01/2011
Yura's was closed, and there were waits and SaraBeths and Table D'Hote so we gave this place a try because the ground level looked so cute. We were seated in the florescent lit upstairs, and waited about 10 minutes to be greeted by our waiter, whose first words were "What are you ordering?" We got bread in a timely fashion, but no water... no napkins. And after asking for our coffee several times, it arrived without cream and sugar AFTER our food. The food was plated haphazardly but tasted fine, though poached eggs were overdone and the english muffin was clearly store bought. It strikes me as a place where no one has pride in their work. The waiters seemed more keen to take your food away and clear the table for the next customer than to serve you. And 3.50 for brewed coffee after all that fuss.... insult to injury.
Posted by MAESTRO on 11/15/2010
I used to like to eat here after singing a concert when this was Bistro Du Nord. No more. Pros: They honored my reservation for four. Soups were good, but not great. Service good enough to tolerate. O.K. wine list. Cons: Very small portions on "prix fix" menu. Undercooked vegetables served with a sliver of salmon. Out of some of the choices. Out of some dessert choices and coffee not included. "Cash only", if you order "prix fix". Most tables cramped and uncomfortable. $154.00 for four people, with no coffee, was a poor value. We arrived home still hungry. Many better choices on the East Side so we'll not go back.
Posted by Ladel on 10/03/2010
After a much needed renovation the place is a picture perfect bistro, would that the food had been upgraded as well. After a prix fixe dinner it was clear that the previous flaws that drove us to Pascalou were still there. Portions too small, plates under garnished, some dishes over salted. The cash only for the pre-theatre is an insult as well as an inconvenience, the annoying supplements add to the frustration. Doubt we will be going back or sending anyone there.