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Posted by Mark on 06/12/2012
My wife and I were exceedingly pleased by the quality of the food. We asked the waitress for a recommendation, and, as described, the broiled scallops were as good as they can be. The lemon tart was a marvelous dessert. The service and atmosphere were wonderful. We will return.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2012
We dined here on a friday evening in March. I had the beef carpaccio as an hors d'oeuvre and the wild mushroom ravioli. Both were absolutely remarkable. The presentation was special and the tastes were divine. It was exceptional food for a reasonable price. The service was very very good. I really liked the ambiance of the place. If you enjoy very good french fare, you will not be disapointed. We had been devotees of La Petite Auberge, which closed last October. This is really a fine option.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/07/2012
I truly recommend this restaurant. The food was amazing and the service was excellent. Best frog legs in town.
Posted by MariaB. on 01/28/2012
I work one block away and have visited Serge many times. The food is exceptional and the service is amazing. The owner, meets and greets all of his customers and ensures that everybody receives great service. He is also an exceptional chef and many of his dishes taste better to me than those in France.
Posted by Elizabeth on 01/25/2012
Every time I travel to NYC I make it a point to go to Serge' - the food is FRESH and delicious! The staff is always friendly and the owner - well what can I say - he is awesome! If you are looking for a great French restaurant in NYC - Serge is it!
Posted by Nick C on 07/31/2011
"Just lovely", my mother replied when I asked how her Sole was, "And your Chicken Cordon Blue?" "Delicious, Mum, what luck we found this place" "It was fate dear, after the morning we've had divine providence decided to intervene" Mother delicately scooped the last of her Potato Puree onto the back of her fork and popped it in her mouth with a contented sigh. "I love our waitress", I said, trying to sound casual. "Brusque but attentive, and I think she's warming to us. That's the French for you, Nicholas, wonderfully full of character. Perhaps you shouldn't have dithered so much over your choice of beer, the woman does have other customers you know" "Of course Mother" "You must bring Dean here. He will adore the ambiance, and if the Trout is half as good as the Sole, he might even propose to you" "Mother!" "If it's too dear for you order from the prix fixe, terribly reasonable prices" "I think we can afford a meal out now and then" "Wonderful, will you be picking up the check then, or shall I put this on my card?" After Mother had paid the bill we headed for the door where Serge asked us if we enjoyed our meal. "Delicious", I said, "Thank you" "Ahh, glad to hear. It is my first day", he said with a smile. I think perhaps he'd used the line before but Mother was quite amused. "I've always loved the French", she said as we stepped back into the New York summer, throwing a glance back over her shoulder at Serge as I hailed a cab.
Posted by Kathy Davis on 07/26/2011
I had the pleasure of dining at this rest for my brother's bd. The food, service, wine were all great. We enjoyed our eve so much! I dropped my bag and did not realize I lost my beautiful eyeglasses. When I called they said they had found them. My brother picked them up the next day. They would not even accept a token of great gratitude from me. This rest. highly recommended. The staff great!