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  • Belgian
  • 134 W Broadway, New York NY10013 40.716914 -74.008419
  • (Btwn Duane & Thomas St)
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  • (212) 791-1360
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User Ratings (Based on 18 reviews)

3.935
Food 4.3 Value 3.9
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 791-1360
Fax:
fax
(212) 791-8115
Website:
www.petiteabeille.com
Place Order:
Order From Petite Abeille for delivery & takeout
Notes:
AmEx, Visa, MC
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8am-11pm Sat-Sun: 9am-11pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
Vesey St to Canal St West St to Lafayette St

User Reviews

  • Petite Abeille

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/04/2011

    Love brunch

    Great Belgian waffles!

  • Petite Abeille

    Posted by kitschnfetish on 11/07/2010

    Definitely

    Yea, I usually don't like tomato soup, but wanted soup bad nuff to order the tomato pepper soup, which was thick and delicious and totally won me over. Tried the lemon sole at the recommendation of the lovely voice on the other end of the phone and it too was delectable. Perhaps its the economy but it seems like the good neighborhood places are going that extra mile to make us feel good about giving them our hard earned cash by showing we aren't the only ones earning it. The fact that they have a good manager can only be good for biz as well. :) !

  • Petite Abeille

    Posted by ted temple on 05/17/2009

    give up the franchise goals

    these guys need to forget about making millions from franchising and re focus their attention getting their existing restaurants right. roast chicken so overcooked it turns to lumpy powder at the touch of a fork. soggy pommes frits. a hostess that slams glassware on the table. gone is the belgian chef to be replaced by a cheaper latin american chef. a sad $340 experience for 5 people.

  • Petite Abeille

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2008

    Nice Place

    Went there for lunch to watch a soccer match and had a good time. The food is good and the help is very nice. The atmosphere is pleasant and they have limited outdoor seating. It is a little pricey but nothing that will prevent you from going.

  • Petite Abeille

    Posted by woodprinz on 05/13/2008

    Rap Music in French

    Abeille is OK as long as you're prepared to send food back to be re-cooked. The French rap music, a failed attempt to be hip, is a distraction, too. Waiters should focus on making sure the chefs get the details of orders right. I.e., rare means rare, for beef. For omelets, soft-cooked means just that. My most recent experience was good, but I still feel like I've got be on my guard.

  • Petite Abeille

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/29/2007

    Bang for you buck!

    I love this place! It's nice and cozy, the food is awesome! Every nite they have different specials like for example on tuesday nite...my fav. half off bottle wine nite! i just gather my g/f's and we drink away! the atmosphere is great... service is courteous and always very friendly! And of course the price is always rite!

  • Petite Abeille

    Posted by chi on 05/04/2007

    just like Belgium, the good and the bad

    The food, astounding. I've never been dissapointed and neither have any of my guests, food arrives hot and fast, quality is excellent for the price. This isn't for weight watchers, it's pretty heavy stuff. Amazing imported beers, great daily special deals, the best mussles on the east coast. Now for the bad, it can get crowded, and like the others say, the waitstaff doesn't seem to care about you sometimes. The attitude is very much, if you want something you'll ask for it, but once you've asked for it the service comes quickly! And it's not that they aren't nice, they just are very laid back. It's more like hanging out with friends who are amazing cooks with a huge beer stash than a regular restaurant atmosphere. No complaints, you just have to know what you are getting yourself into.

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