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Posted by pierre on 04/14/2014
Like many other French bistro in the city, the portions are just too small for the price. The food quality here is very good though but always leaving hungry.
Posted by Goblue43@comcast.net on 12/27/2013
A small (maybe 12 tables) Parisienne bistro with great service, good food and a terrific value. My wife and I each had a salad, entree and split a bottle of wine; with tip and taxes the total charge was under $110. The atmosphere and the waitstaff are 100% French. It all came together In a delightful evening. We will return.
Posted by Youngryman on 12/08/2012
I eat lunch here at least once a week. It's been a year or two. Always honest, flavorful food and good bread and wine. I generally rotate between the chicken, the liver, the papardelle, the portobello or chicken sandwich (with arugula). Once in a while I add soup or dessert, all enjoyable. This place feels comfortable.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2012
Had an ok meal, (nothing too good), but not disappointed by any standards.. However, after we finished our meal, we paid the bill and had a few sips left of our wine. A waiter promptly came over and said " I don't mean to be rude but I have other people I need to seat". This was after paying the bill and taking 5 minutes to leave. SOOOO disgusted with this place, we loved it in the past but will never go back again.
Posted by Anon on 01/12/2012
Read the reviews before dinner tonight. Don't know how this adorable place could be so disappointing. The food lacked flavor and presentation. The striped bass was just plopped over an undercooked fingerling potato and few slices of a mushroom. The trout was also bland, the risotto was hard. So what happened?!
Posted by Neighborhood on 01/05/2012
My husband & I go here all the time & I go with my girlfriends as well. Food, service, atmosphere is perfect. I've tried many things on the menu & it truly is all delicious. The only thing they should do is add a mesclun salad to the steak frites, otherwise it's more fries then anything. Other than that it's a perfect spot.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/05/2011
Stopped here to treat myself to lunch today. Had the Le Parisien salad...very good arugula, baby spinach and endive with a nice vinaigrette. Then had the Filet of Sole...very good, with haricots verts, almonds and a white wine, butter sauce with capers. And finished with the tarte tatin...very authentic (except the vanilla ice cream, which tasted store-bought). All in all, reminded me of many pleasurable modest meals I have had in Paris.