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Posted by Liza Bell on 07/29/2014
My colleague and I followed the warmth and glow of Parigot to get out of an unseasonably chilly night. We moved to the back, and there in the corner was an actor I had bumped into the night before! A lovely man, a peer and a very engaging charming one. We all dined together and along with the owners' attention, and the interesting banter and comraderie of the neighborhood crowd, we fell in love with Parigot! The food and wine was also delicious! I returned the next night to meet my college roommate and she fell in love with Parigot too! I can't wait to go back!
Posted by Cheryl Anne Harper on 11/19/2012
I went to Parigot on a whim. Just walking by, looking for somewhere to go for lunch. The beef Bourguignon was delicous...cooked so tender with a wonderfully savory flavor, but not overwhelming. After, I decided to treat myself to dessert. Uhmmm.... A beautiful chocolate mousse cake shaped in a heart with raspberry sauce. Absolutely something two lovers should share. It lifted my mood so much that I felt like I was on vacation for the rest of the day. I highly recommend this bistro. Also the owner is so engaging. She made me feel like the most important person there. A lovely little find this Parigot is.
Posted by Marcos Mathias on 10/29/2010
I had no expectation about this place before enter and try they food... There is only word to make this story short: Amazing! I'll certally return...
Posted by Anonymous on 10/24/2010
Music spoiled the evening-much too loud. Food o.k.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2010
Work in the area and thought I'd take a friend here for lunch, I got the chicken paillard with salad (I asked the waiter if he reccomended the chicken paillard or the shrimp salad, and he told me to get the chicken paillard) and he got a ham and cheese baguette. The chicken had a strange flavor, which I realized was due to way too much ground black pepper, and the sauce on top featured what looked like very old tomatoes and avocados. Needless to say, I've never had chicken paillard with this type of sauce. The side salad wasn't much better, as the greens looked like they were not so fresh. My friend's ham and cheese baguette was much better than mine. My guess is to stick to the simple things, because I definitely would not order that dish again from there.
Posted by Lily on 01/11/2010
I came in here for a friend's birthday. This restaurant is very cozy and small; and can be overlooked. In the summer, they have open windows so that a slight breeze blows through the restaurant; and candles lit when night falls. This restaurant is perfect for a quiet dinner or even a small group dinner. I had the duck, and it was ... absolutely divine. Expensive? Yes, but SO worth it when the customer would demand more of the SPINACH that is appropriately combined with the duck. Also, the family that owns and runs this restaurant is so friendly and treat each of their guests as family. I highly recommend this restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/31/2009
Stumbled upon Parigot. Had lunch at around 3:00. The parigot omelette I ordered was amazing, perfectly cooked and very tasty. Dessert was also delicious. Place is very tiny, service is pretty good. Definitely worth a visit.