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Posted by neighborhood on 10/07/2010
small cozy authenic french bistro. We've have the mussels, the chicken, the hanger steak, the cosfish, the frites, and dessert. Everything wonderful every time. Great wines too.
Posted by sj on 09/19/2010
Came to eat here quite skeptically as I had been a regular at this location's predecessor, "cosette". The service was excellent, the flavors very gently melded together and the tarte tatin was great. Will surely return often.
Posted by the parisian from NYUMC on 08/26/2010
Feels like home! Great place, cosy, perfect for a romantic diner or a diner with a good friend around a good bottle of wine. I love this place :) Food is good, service excellent, not noisy.
Posted by Alice on 08/20/2010
I have been to Le Parisian 3 times in their first six weeks! The lively, cheery French bistro won't disappoint. French travel posters, a 1960's portable record player and French singer Laurent Voulzy singing 1960's and 1970's American pop rock add to the cheery ambience. The food is consistently good. Both the red pepper and yellow beet soups were rich and tasty. The breakfast frittata was fluffy and fresh and the frites held up to French standards. The buttery hangar steak was cooked as requested . The apple tart was good, I wish they had a crepe or chocolate mousse or more choices for dessert. The serving sizes are just right. I walked away full but not stuffed. The owner and chef were both very friendly as was the wait staff. Murray Hill was in need of a bright delightful little bistro and now we have it. The bistro appears to be attracting all ages and types of groups in search of a comfortable grown-up spot to have a meal , some wine and talk. Good luck!!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/10/2010
I use to frequent under a different name. The night I went they were out of Moules so I switched to a hanger steak. It was fantastic! Added bonus is the 1664 bier! It's like being in Paris
Posted by anonymous on 08/08/2010
I was walking in the area with my sister on a Friday after work and we decided we wanted some French Bistro Food and without looking around too much we happened upon this great tiny place! It was great! It was quite crowded when we came in and seemed to have a good following with area residents. Food was delicious and both the owner and waitress were wonderful making you feel at home and taken care of. The bus boy was so attentive as well. A great french menu with french staples like Lardons salad and a wonderful cold pea soup with creme fraiche! It was just what we wanted! Will definitely come back soon.