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Tout Va Bien
Posted by Kara on 01/08/2013
Posted by Shweta on 08/07/2012
If your in the area , I definitely reccomend this French bistro. The bouillabaisse is amazing , great deserts and amazing service. I eat here atleast once a month and it has been better in the past few months , maybe they changed chef or something. The tables are a bit cramped reminds me of a Paris bistro
Posted by Jude on 07/18/2012
I truly had a wonderful experience. For me it was an adventure. It is a quaint restaurant. I felt so home there - they made me feel like a "regular" a member of the neighborhood. I told them I wanted a French experience and they gave it to me. I honestly did not want to leave - I just did not want it to end. The customer service was excellent, the food delicious, and the price was perfect. Thank you. I recommend this lovely restaurant. Upon my return to New York, I will visit. I am anxious to enjoy this great experience again.
Posted by Alex on 04/22/2012
Food and service are below average. Extremely tight.
Posted by Jay time on 01/11/2012
Being French I can recommend this place as a great bistro. Do not expect to eat like a king for the price as to eat 5 star french is going to cost around $100 per person in New York, but definitely good food and great atmosphere.
Posted by Kim H. on 12/24/2011
Came here on Christmas Eve for a late lunch, had a wonderful meal. The bartender/waiter was very attentive and made the us feel right at home. The escargot were great, and the mussels were excellent. Don't miss out on the desserts, they are to die for... We will definitely be back to Tout Va Bien.
Posted by C2Patsy on 10/24/2011
Before entering this fabulous little slice of Paris remember this is a French joint. The French consider (require) their customers to be a bit more self sufficient if you will, translation: if you want something ask for it! Dinning in France takes a bit of adjustment for first timers, but once you know the “game” it is a rather lovely way to dine. Think about it, you ask for what you want, they provide it for you to the best of their ability and then they leave you be, if you want or need something more/else, just ask again… I actually prefer it to the rapid fire table turn over atmosphere of most NYC restaurants. This tiny spot is bustling with noise, good good and good people it is a Parisian brasserie, good fun! It is cozy in here, in a get to know your neighbors because you are almost sitting in their laps kind of way... also remember it's French, so if you order your steak medium rare it will be cooked properly, warm RED center. Having set out those guidelines we found this place to be fabulous! The food was very tasty, the waitress was a sweetie who made a wonderful wine recommendation, she did not just point at the most expensive bottle on the list, she asked what we were going to eat and went from there. We were not rushed through our meal, bread and water arrived mere minute(s) after we were seated. My next visit I will order a cocktail or glass of wine when I am seated so I have a drink handy while I linger over the menu, as they are happy to let you do but they don't come to take a drink order. If you flag them down to do so they take your whole order, this is not a problem in my book, we said just the wine for now, it was delivered in less than 5 minutes and we were left sip and savor while looking at the menu. Also the specials are on a chalk board right next to the front door, we didn’t notice it until after we ordered, but I don’t think we would have ordered differently. If you would like to experience dinning in Paris, go here! Have a glass of wine, relax and enjoy – we will go back, gladly! Bon Appetite!