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Posted by Ross on 09/24/2013
I waited 15 minutes while 4 people behind the counter waited on three couples. I was getting to go. Ice cold ham and brie on toast for $14.70, and lousy service to boot? Don't go
Posted by Laura on 06/10/2013
Probably the best quinoa salad ever.
Posted by Mark on 12/20/2012
Nice decor but plain food, slow service and overpriced. Skip it!
Posted by vasian12 on 01/06/2012
I was wondering around the neighborhood and found this trendy place in Nolita. Great ambiance and good food. The service is okay and our waiter was a bit rude. Overall, I definitely recommend this place. Make sure you take a advantage of the chalkboard walls in the bathroom.
Posted by Frequent Diner on 12/09/2011
Very cool digs but food was only so so -- service was poor and music way too loud for a lunchtime conversation.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/16/2010
This is now my go-to place for downtown lunch. Good soup, excellent open-faced sandwiches (tartines), nice wines by the glass and an authentically French waitstaff. But be warned. If you're there for lunch, be sure to order the special. The waiters don't direct you to it because, obviously, you pay more when you order a la carte. Upstairs is more fun, because of the people-watching, but downstairs can be pleasant too.
Posted by Bambina13 on 05/04/2010
I just went here on Sunday for brunch after reading about it. The atmosphere of the place was pretty cool. Everyone I encountered was actually French, which surprised me. I ordered the Saumon au Fume, which was delicious. The "tartine" was different than what I expected. It's actually a thin slice of bread with the "toppings" on it. They had a great selection of tartines as well as salads. Food was good, service was great and the atmosphere was low-key. I definitely want to venture back for a dessert tartine!