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Posted by Gramercy foodie on 08/27/2014
Went in the other day for lunch. Everything we ordered was simply inedible . Your location on park is much different experience. I mean this whole- heartedly - send some trustworthy friend to order your moules marniere and your steak salad for lunch - I won't say more. Just do it .
Posted by Steve on 07/02/2012
Good food, good beers, excellent staff. Wine could be store in a cooler place, will provide a better taste
Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2012
Tight and cramped but good food. Could use a little better "water glass refill" service. But overall -- pretty good
Posted by Anonymous on 07/21/2011
Went in for lunch and was initially concerned because of how busy they were. Even with the rush that had the staff moving around quickly, they were unbelievably efficient and so nice. The food came out relatively fast for how busy they were and was delicious. I had the Mouclade mussels and have to go back for all the others. Thanks to everyone that works there! The only drawback is that their air conditioning is far from strong.
Posted by Russ on 05/14/2011
My wife and I ate here last weekend and had some mixed thoughts. The 'party room' in the rear was where we were first seated, but the vinyl bench seat fabric was torn and the room was very warm. The low ceiling and large private party in the room didn't help. Not a very good first impression. We asked to be moved into the main dining room where the bar is located and this was much better. We had the steak and frites and 'planche de grillades', an assortment of small steaks. The onion soup was standard (not TOO salty) and the steaks were done to our liking with smooth, buttery flavor. The entire interior is in need of renovation, though, to get rid of worn seating as well as those horrible plastic 'turbo' fans screwed into the walls to move the air around. Time for some investment, guys! Great food in a bistro environment all the same and highly recommend.
Posted by john on 12/30/2010
wanted to finish my last workday of the year with a tasty beef bourguignon so Les Halles came to mind, what i got was about 12 pieces of 3/4 inch beef which i must admit was tender a tiny potato cut in half, what must have been a tenth of a carrot diced in 1/8 inch cubes and half dozen teenie tiny onions, the result was by far the worst tasting bourguignon i've ever had in my life, what a disgrace for a restaurant that normally dishes out good food! was the chef doing some pre-new year's eve drinking? and maybe spilled some in the bourguignon which was definately drunk of wine
Posted by ess dog on 08/21/2010
i like the park avenue les halles a lot, so when my date suggested that we order in from the john street outpost for dinner, i agreed. we settled on - cheeseburger w/ frites (delicious, perfectly rare) - escargot (garlicky, herbal, fantastic) - frisee salad aux lardons (we had a poached egg added, and everything arrived perfectly. a poached egg arriving perfectly? i swear to god, it did) - mac & cheese (broiled so it was crispy browned on the top) fine quality french bistro food. going to buy bigger pants.