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Posted by J. Price on 03/04/2011
We did the after 8pm prix fixe and it was wonderful. It would have mad me happy to find this price for good food in NC, but for NYC we were especially impressed.
Posted by Not7 on 06/24/2010
Wow. Incredible value for their post 8pm price fix at $25 for 3 courses + coffee, and it's tasty too! What a pleasant culinary surprise we had following a performance of "Red" which only lasts 90 min so dinner wasn't too late following. I wouldn't term it gourmet, but really very good. The two of us ordered 6 separate items and all exceeded expectations, especially the appetizers and entrees.
Posted by billh on 08/09/2009
First time back in 2 years and as good as ever. Same owner,son the Chef ,and lovely staff. Monk medallions and Duckling were delicious. Best theatre resturant.
Posted by Steve Markbreiter on 06/25/2009
We went to a pre-theater dinner expecting to enjoy French food, but in fact the meal was not in any way French. The quality is more like that of a diner, which is fine, except that is not what is advertised.
Posted by New Yorker in the hood on 12/06/2008
I have never had a bad meal here... and some are better than ever. The 8pm Prixe Fixe is a great Bargain. And what a wonderful time to go and have a relaxed meal with a less crowded timing room, and tourists racing through a meal. Nice atmosphere and lovely soft background music. You get more than your money worth in this over priced neighborhood.
Posted by Wannabee on 12/01/2008
Hello All I was a little hesitant to go in to a French restaurant but after I was greeted with "Bonjour" from the owner and hostess I felt right at home. I had the Duck Terrine which I enjoyed very much, it was not gamy but rather earthy and good, not a strong taste like pate, I would order this again. Next I had the Monkfish Medallions in Lobster Sauce, fried to perfection and delicious with carrots and rice flavored with red peppers. The only disappointment (which was minor) was the poached pear with ice cream which was pre-made and very cold and hard, I got a second coffee on the house and was altogether very happy with my meal and service. The all female wait staff of older women were attentive and courteous, this is definately worth the $37 price fixe, but if you add wine then with tip it's $55 bucks approx. I think it's the best I've had in New York so far and by the way, I ate in Paris and I can tell you this is as close as your going to get here in New York. Give it a try and bring friends, I plan on making this a second home. Au Revoir
Posted by francophile on 09/13/2008
The Last real French restaurant in manhattan. Perfect in all apects, I will bring my friends back