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Posted by rdr525 on 11/14/2010
Rest is small, but cozy. Food was very good. I had shrimp risotto on prix fixed and DH had lamb chops. Both dishes were tasty and perfectly seasoned. For appy I had escargo which was srved very nicely, w/a salad and DH had smoked salmon plate.(these 2 appys were a few dollars addt'l)-but well worth it. For dessert we had an apricot tart-I felt food, atmospher etc lent itself to a perfect restaurant, dispite the close quarters of the space would definately return
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2010
really like the chef/menu/food andservers here! However - and I'm not a large person - there is no space..tables are squished together, they're small anyway - chairs are uncomfortable - sigh -- but the food is SO good!! I'll follow you guys anywhere - find a larger space! Please!!
Posted by Lily Faust on 12/12/2009
This is a cozy French bistro with consistently good food. The rolls are warm, the appetizers fresh and the main course never disappoints. The flavors are layered and subtle. And compared to other places where they charge as much for inferior food, Pascalou offers great value. It's the only restaurant that my husband and I can agree on because we have never been disappointed here. I eat here all the time, at least once a month, with my husband or with friends or by myself. Pascalou serves good, affordable French food with some Asian and Middle Eastern borrowings.
Posted by UpperEastSider on 03/29/2009
This is a small unpretensious restaurant in Carnegie Hill with a terrific menu and a very well priced, simple wine list with lots of good table wines under $30. The highlight of this place is the food. It is very well made -we had the soup of the day and the Goat Cheese Tart to start. The tart literally melted in my mouth, the soup was very natural. We then had a special of the day wild salmon and the Thai style vegeterian dish which was extremely tasty (and huge). The desserts -the cobbler and the chocolate souffle were perfectly fine but not the best I had (though, in fairness, my expectations by that time were very elevated given the terrific food preceding the dessert). Service was pretty good, waiter friendly without being familiar, and timing of dishes was reasonable (though I wd not have minded a bit more time between my appetizer and main course, and not being asked which dish was whose). The place is a bit cramped. There is a top floor, which I think is more romantic/nicer but slightly more cramped than the entry floor. The bill for 3 courses + bottle of wine + tip was under $130 for two so great value. We will definitely go again.
Posted by DocBill on 01/02/2009
My "goto" restaurant. Have never been disappointed! Wine list is excellent including many half bottles.
Posted by Excellent restaurant on 12/06/2008
Prix fixe dinner last week was excellent. Service was top notch. Venue was a bit cramped but cute and very good for a small group.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/10/2008
The food was wonderful here, and it was for a great price. i had the duck confit, and it was one of the moistest duck confits that i have ever tried, it was wonderful. My father ordered a wonderful grilled lamb chops, that was chared perfectly, for desert we had a great cobbler. the only setback in the resturant was the service and the appatizers. My fathers escargo was very overcooked and rubry and the sause was tastless.