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Le P'tit Paris
Posted by anon on 08/22/2014
I ordered musels with Chorizo and was sorely disappointed. Perhaps it was a bad choice or a bad night but more than 1/3 of the rather large serving consisted of empty shells. The other two thirds were tiny & dried out. The sauce that accompanied the dish was flavorful but meager. I won't be back and certainly will not recommend this restaurant to friends.
Posted by anonymous on 04/20/2013
The first time I came here I was sorely disappointed by the service. But after many return visits I feel confident in saying that P'tit Paris has completely solved its problems, and I now highly recommend it to everyone. The wait staff is highly attentive, friendly, quick and a pleasure to deal with. The food is awesome and very reasonably priced. They easily have the best brunch deal around, and some of the best burgers I've ever had.
Posted by anonymous on 02/23/2013
We had heard the restaurant has a great food. So we went there few months ago. The waiter was rude from the beginning. While the restaurant was half empty, he didn't allow us to sit where we requested. Then he was getting annoyed by our questions and at one point mocked the fact that we only eat fish and chicken and not other meat. He was very obnoxious and made us very uncomfortable. So we decided to leave, and will never go back.
Posted by ChezFromage on 07/30/2012
On a whim we decided to try this place on a sunday morning. The deco may not be all that appealing but the food was terrific. We took advantage of the $10 brunch special. My crepe filled with copious amts of goat cheese, ham and some extra spinach was tasty, full of flavor and lots of cheese. The salad was lightly dressed in a perfectly balanced balsamic vinaigrette. My husbands Pain Perdue was heaven - not the poor excuse you usually find in the area for french toast. The bread was soft and full of light custardy egg, vanilla and cinnamon. Yet the exterior was crunchy sweet. I think they may have torched the outside to caramelize the sugar. No matter how they did it...it was delicious. The service was attentive and warm. We plan on coming back again and again. We noticed how many people were eating their onion soup and now we have to try it. Other customers comments were that it's "fantastic!". Sweet find!
Posted by Sloper on 04/26/2012
Tired Frenchie food in a crowded place. Also, they fail to honor reservations. Much better places around.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/27/2011
I have been here 4 times for brunch and have never been disappointed. The $10 brunch menu provides perfect portions and the rich cuisine reminds me of Paris.
Posted by Anon on 05/22/2011
Came here for brunch and was completely disappointed in the food! My english muffin was stale and my poached eggs were overdone. My boyfriend got a steak sandwich that was bland, too tough, and had two slivers of steak inside. The potatoes were DELICIOUS, but that was the only part of the meal that was enjoyable. The profiteroles were not freshly made and was rock hard tasted like paper. Overall disappointed in the brunch menu, but will come back to try the dinner. I really wanted to like this place, and Im willing to try this place again. There are definitely better French restaurants in Brooklyn though...