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Posted by Alan on 12/29/2011
Been going a long time . New things are in the neighborhood but this is still the real West Village!
Posted by Pollobionico on 05/20/2009
Bright comfortable,great food, bread cofee, practical, good looking wait staff. Only thing was the funny, giant coffee cups had little tiny pinched handles, I guess those were made for Tin Tin fingers?
Posted by no name on 03/17/2008
what i love about this lively little landmark is the consistently perfect presentation and yummy belgian fare, i've foud the perfect omelette served with carrot mashed potato and a balanced vinegarette on mixed greens. I appreciate a place that keeps up with the times, and times are difficult enough, but at least here time is well spent with jovial service. I eat out alone a lot , and this place feels like home.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/03/2007
As another reviewer, I really regret writing this review, but I've lived in the neighborhood for years and this place used to be delightful but is no longer so. The prices have skyrocketed and the quality has declined. So sad, because this used to be a go-to place for brunch in the Village. No more. So sad.
Posted by VillageResident on 01/05/2007
I really hate to give this review but it is very unfortunate. I believe it was around early 90’s when this village restaurant opened. It was on my way going to my gym, Printing House. That’s how I know. I saw from renovation every morning when I passed by. When it opened, I went in after my workout. When I walked in, smiley-friendly guy greeted and very upbeat talkative nice man. I found he was the owner. I forgot his name but he looks so much like French character, Tin Tin that was even hung on the wall. That is how I remember….. I stopped going there because Tin Tin were busy trying to open his new restaurants and service was not well overseen and very quickly going down hill. I had a change to pass by his new location restaurant on 17th Street the other day decided to have lunch. The service and foods were excellent! This morning, I remember of my neighbor location on Hudson so I went. When walked in, there he was. Tin Tin. Still the same smiley face with little stomach. I came to have some waffles but I could not see any menu for it. It was only 11:20 am but Tin Tin gave us lunch menu…. Then when I asked about waffle, he gave me the menu. Then, regular customers around me started to saying that ah huh! You got cut! It meant Tin Tin the nice-guy needed of extra $$ from a new customer..? Then, I ordered waffle with fruits and croque monsiour. They were disappointed. I had a same croque mousiour on 17th were excellent. The cheese were creamy and nicely light dress salad were both excellent. But this place, like how the restaurant. Foods tasted not cared. It is very unfortunate the restaurant became such. So as Tin Tin. He was still the same talkative-smiley-nice guy but I saw hunger in him made me not want to go back to this location any more. BUT I would definitely go back to 17th.
Posted by Happy Customer on 01/06/2006
This was a great little find that my mom and I go to sometimes. It has excellent Mussels, especially the Jaimacan Curry and apple selection. Having been to other belgian mussel restaurants such as Markt, i enjoy this place the most because it is much quieter and the service is faster and more polite. Great Place in the Village.
Posted by a dawg on 08/31/2005
Nice place... The food isn't the absolute greatest ever, or the absolute best deal for that matter, but it's a great place to hang out for lunch with a date in the West Village. The Tin Tin books are nice as well.