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PicNic Market & Cafe
Posted by Upper West Sider on 04/24/2014
Overpriced drinks that took too long to make. Plus attitude from the bartender. Who needs this? My friend and I sent 30 bucks and two watered down drinks! A disgrace. I will not be returning.
Posted by cedric Boulay on 03/02/2014
Coming for a week in New York we had our best lunch in this restaurant. Congratulations to Mr Kieffer and his team for the excellent moment we had there. Fresh and fine food, very tasty and not too fat...Thanks !
Posted by Anonymous on 07/04/2013
Went for cheese suffle which is supposed to be available for brunch, "only for dinner"', bread available only "upon request", old & unappetizing greens for salid, had to ask for refill for coffee & water! Old mushrooms in omelette, dining space is tacky. Don't wast your time and money!
Posted by Achillea on 05/12/2013
Didn't realize that it was Mother's Day when we went here on recommendation of friends. Expensive prix fixe, three courses, no options. They would not swap one starch for another--ridiculous, since all the entrees cost the same. The foie gras terrine was good. But the service was dreadful--dishes placed in front of the wrong person every course--and my entrée, chicken, was hopelessly dry. Love mashed potatoes but the mountain of them was unappetizing and absorbed the meager sauce; the greens were undercooked. It was one of those meals that reminds you how much you can spend on bad food and inattentive service in New York.
Posted by Raphael on 03/21/2013
My family and I had dinner, and the food was delicious and wines were too. Service was top notch. I'll vouch for the onion soup - it hit the spot in a homely way. The bill was big, so I was glad the head of the table paid for it - But I'd recommend this restaurant to anyone who wants a great meal at a french bistro style spot.
Posted by The Mazik on 01/20/2013
Previous reviews made me apprehensive about this place but the food was quite respectable and the service was swift, attentive and accommodating. Hits were the calamari/chorizo appetizer, the duck breast (served rosy as ordered with crispy skin) with spaetzle and kale, the boeuf bourguignon, the lemon tart. The onion soup was a miss. The vegetable lasagna and the chocolate mousse were ordinary. Good wine by the glass at reasonable prices.
Posted by UWS Carnivore on 10/15/2012
After living near Picnic Market for 9 years, my husband and I purchased a Groupon for a deluxe three-course dinner for two to try the place out. From the moment we stepped in until the final morsels of our tartes, we could not have been more pleased. Our waitress was absolutely charming and efficient, as well as professional. The French onion soup was excellent and not overloaded with stringy cheese, the steak was prepared to perfection as were the frites, served in the traditional cone with aioli on the side, and the tartes were a little on the tart side, but still quite good. Our experience will be the first of many visits, especially since Alouette has closed. I would recommend Picnic Market to anyone. Truly a neighborhood gem.