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Posted by Anonymous on 03/04/2013
I agree with the positive reviews of this special restaurant. I had been a few times in the past and had been wanting to go back. So did so the other night and was again pleasantly surprised. The $26 prix fix meal makes for a delicious and most filling experience. Pared with a bottle of wine from the selection that spans price ranges and you end your meal quite satiated! The basket of vegetables, the tower of a variety of meats, and the plate of pate, bread, toast and dressing is like a little "cocktail hour" party at your table. Followed by a choice of main course (I have had the hanger steak and the tarragon chicken...both were very good). Also, our main courses were accompanied by an order of tasty hot and crispy pomme frites. Dessert choice is satisfying enough…the chocolate mousse was really good, the flan was good.) They appear to have a few other prix fix selections which other diners were enjoying, I am just not sure if they include the tower of meats and the vegetable basket…two things which make this restaurant stand out. Will definitely be sure to return sooner rather than later.
Posted by Suzin on 07/18/2012
I recently went to Sans Colottes with 2 other friends to celebrate a Birthday. The Appetizer was so much fun Many different sausages, whole fresh vegetables w/ a lovely dipping sauce and a great pate & bread. (peasent style) You must be ready to cut up the sausage and veggies - which was quite an experience and enjoyed by all. The main course we ordered 2 filet mignon and 1 Boeuf Borginione The Filet was very good, perfectly cooked - the Beouf Borginione was excellent, worth going back for. We were there on a Sunday afternoon and the atmoshere was charming, welcoming and the staff made us feel right at home. Also be prepared to bring home 1/2 of your entree. I would highly recommend this lovely restaurant - and I'll be back. Cheers
Posted by Bjorn on 02/19/2012
Nice restaurant with good food. A lack of genuine French atmosphere. However, all in all great value for money, and a restaurant I will visit again.
Posted by Rob.... on 07/27/2011
You don't come here for the decor, it could use some refreshing and updating. But the food is amazing! The first course is filling-- pate is delicious, and the variety of crudite is complete. One could almost make a meal of that by itself! Then comes the entree. Nice presentation, high quality and good portions. I went for the first time about 4 weeks ago and have now dined here 4 times since, 3 dinners and 1 lunch. It is perhaps the best value in NYC, and it is now very high on my list of places to frequent. Service is not the most polished or formal or friendly, but it is timely. I've had the cordon bleu twice (excellent!), the boeuf bourguinon (tender, plentiful and a rich sauce), and the chicken in a garlic sauce (lunch, delicious). Dining companions have had the steak (rave review and described the bearnaise as perhaps the best) and another had the coq au vin ("good"). You will not be disappointed here, nor will you leave hungry! Enjoy!!
Posted by DWR on 06/20/2011
After seeing the recent Woody Allen movie "Midnight in Paris" which all 3 of us loved, we decided to stay with the theme and look for a small French restaurant near the theater on 60th St . and Third Ave. We stumbled upon Les Sans Culottes but being a Saturday night we were told without a reservation they could not accommodate us. We were disappointed and I guess it showed. The gal said we could take the table by the door if we wanted and fortunately we decided to do that. We had a fabulous meal. The sausage selection and the fruit/vegetable basket arrived at the same time. We were like 3 children eating ice cream sundaes. Both were delicious and there was so much there. The fruit/vegetable basket is so full we didn't even get close to the bottom. By the time our entrees came we felt we wouldn't have room to eat, but the 2 fish dishes and the chicken dish were so delicous we ate every morsel. I also have to add the portions are very generous. Time for dessert and again we thought we were too full but again we found a way to devour the chocolate mousse which 2 of us ordred and the flan for our other friend. Again, terrific and just the right portion, not too much, not too little. Oh, by the way 2 glasses of wine and 1 coke and it was one of the most reasonably priced dinners any of us had in a very long time. We were not rushed and our service was excellent. We have promised ourselves to go back and visit this little gem over and over again. Well worth the money and a very NYC experience.
Posted by Alberto Martinez on 12/22/2010
I came to this quaint French restaurant over 10 years ago with a girl friend, which is now my wife and had a great time prior to going to a movie. The food was plentiful and very flavorful. We actually started off with the "appetizer" of sausages, pate, fruits and vegetables basket with delicious French mustard that was so good that I actually filled up only on the appetizer and wine. I enjoyed the French cuisine, conversation and service we received, and while eating the appetizer and savoring the wine we decided to cancel the movie. We have come back a few times since and always enjoy this restaurant… I have not been back to the restaurant in a little over 5 years since we moved out of the City but I am in the City now and can not wait to go back… My wife and I will post my after 5 years review soon. Alberto
Posted by ER on 10/27/2009
We had the lunch pre-fix for $16.50 last Sunday and for the price, could not complain much about it. We had trout and seafood pasta and both dishes were good. Appetizer is just too much and we could not care for those sausages and huge basked of raw veggies that cluttered our table. It's a good place to go when you're very hungry and don't want to spend much $.