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Posted by rjk on 03/03/2014
have not dined here for awhile but this neighborhood place has changed. Pushed to many tables into a small space. waiters a bit surly, knocking into tables, and quality of food has certainly deteriorated. We will not be back, disappointed
Posted by foodfan on 12/10/2013
I've been walking past this seriously tiny restaurant for years, imagining that it couldn't be any good. If the dining room is the size of a small bedroom, how big could the kitchen be? But I went with a friend and discovered that the cooking is first rate: very professional with no corner cut. And it's quiet enough so we could have a conversation. I don't know why I'm so surprised, but I am. I will definitely go back!
Posted by Lorrie Stuart on 05/29/2013
I am pretty surprised to be the first person writing a review of Table d'Hote. Either this restaurant is brand new (I don't think so), or its side-street location has hidden it from view, or its East Side patrons don't write reviews. In any event, this place is adorable, and totally worthy of a visit. The restaurant is tiny, but very well-decorated and very welcoming...sort of like a little bistro in Provence. The service is attentive and personal. The noise level is blessedly low. And the food is excellent, with portions that are beyond generous. My friend and I each had the duck terrine and the mussels. The terrine was quite good, and came in two substantial slices, nicely accompanied by a simple frisee salad. But it was our mussels that were astounding: the hugest, meatiest ones I have ever seen, truly. After about 10, I was literally stuffed, and regretfully had to leave the rest behind. In sum, visit and enjoy this restaurant; you are sure to be pleased!!