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  • French, Bistro
  • 1308 Madison Ave, New York NY10128 40.7851366 -73.9557609
  • (At 93rd St)
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  • (212) 534-7522
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User Ratings (Based on 27 reviews)

4.275
Food 4.4 Value 4.4
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 534-7522
Place Order:
Order From Pascalou for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Daily: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Pascalou

    Posted by Alex Parker on 10/11/2013

    Lucky choice for lunch

    Chanced on Pascalou because I was in the neighborhood. Had a wonderful lunch with super service. Diverse bistro menu. I would definitely come back!

  • Pascalou

    Posted by Patrice B on 05/22/2013

    Great Food

    We went to eat there my wife and I. And we were amazed!! Wonderful food and great service. Please go there, I recommend. Especially the chocolate soufflé.

  • Pascalou

    Posted by anonymous on 05/13/2013

    French? Really?

    My daughter took me to this restaurant for Mother's Day. What a mistake! I didn't sample everything on the menu, but I saw nothing authentically French being served. I ordered the salade Nicoise with salmon. The plate had a mound of mixed greens (huh?), an asparagus tip, two green beans, tomatoes (?), one half of a boiled egg and a few olives. No potatoes at all! That doesn't resemble any salade nicoise I've ever had in France. The salmon looked like a piece of flounder. When I pointed out to the waiter that a patron sitting next to me had a nice piece of what looked like grilled salmon on their plate, I asked the waiter what kind of fish mine was. He said salmon. When I complained and asked for the same as the patron next to me, the waiter took my plate back to the kitchen. He returned with an equally anemic piece of fish and when I cut it it was raw in the center. At this point, I gave up. I ate the asparagus tip and the olives. Although I was ready to pay and get out of there, to their credit the waiter apologized and said they would not charge me for my meal. I accepted. I will not go back to this restaurant but I do believe they responded in the appropriate manner. Does anyone know where I can get an authentic salade nicoise in Manhattan?

  • Pascalou

    Posted by Larry on 03/13/2013

    A little bit of Paris on the Upper East Side

    Having only recenly moved to the area, we tried their prixe fix lunch today. Wow - we were in Paris last April and this place reminded us of the neighborhood restaurants there - intimate, cozy warm and welcoming. The aparagus soup was delicious, my duck confit with jasmine rice and fresh squash phenomenal, and the chocolate mouse so rich. My wife's skate was every bit as good. $18.99? We are very fortunate to have such a fine little gem within two blocks of our apartment. We will be returining often.

  • Pascalou

    Posted by cfrisbee on 10/27/2012

    Wonderful food!

    We love this little restaruant in our part of New York. The food is very good, fresh and consistant. I love their crab salad, the scrambled eggs with ham and their desserts! I wish there was more room, but then the atmosphere might change. We are lucky to have this special place near us.

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    Posted by John. M on 03/29/2012

    Love the food

    I've been here several times, and have never been disappointed with the food. Although often dishes are big and hard to get through, the steak is delicious and juicy, bread is warm and fresh, and the desserts are really a feather in this restaurant's cap. The decorations on the wall give the restaurant a real French atmosphere while the restaurant itself, though small, is very warm and comfortable.

  • Pascalou

    Posted by French complain all the time on 03/07/2012

    Far away from french cuisine

    The food doen't taste french at all. The goat cheese salad was made with small pieces of fresh goat cheese instead of a warm baked goat cheese and serve with unappetizing capers. While I was salivating over the idea to have a duck confit, I got a ordinary duck leg serve with rice flavored with cardamom. Finally I'm wondering if they used rubber pears to make the tart I had. Overall it's disapointing but eatable for a low price.

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