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  • French
  • 265 W 20th St, New York NY10011 40.743179 -73.999043
  • (At 8th Ave)
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  • (212) 675-7749
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User Ratings (Based on 9 reviews)

3.475
Food 3.4 Value 3.3
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 675-7749
Websites:
www.chelseadining.com
www.eattroiscanardsnyc.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Dinner Daily: 5pm-12am Brunch Sat-Sun: 11am-4pm
Serves:
Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Happy Hour, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Trois Canards

    Posted by Randy Gallistel on 01/24/2014

    Excellent Chelsea Bistro

    My wife and I have eaten here many times and ordered delivery from them on several occasions. We think it's the best bistro in Chelsea. Our food has always been good--and classic French (I have lived in France). Very good value

  • Trois Canards

    Posted by Gary and John on 07/23/2012

    Delightful Spot

    Don't know what all the negative reviews are about but we really enjoyed our experiance at Trois Canards. We held a 60th Birthday party for 30 people on a summer Sunday evening. The owner closed the place for us. He gave us a menu with lots of great choices. The food was fresh, delicious, plentiful and very French. The staff bent over backwards to make our event a success. This restaurant is charming and we highly recommend it.

  • Trois Canards

    Posted by Wrowen on 02/21/2012

    Not recommended

    Ate here last week to be served with french-like food, that lacked any of the qualities that make French cooking sometimes so good. I ordered hanger steak with shallots and red wine sauce, with leak and potato soup to start. Steak was not a hanger, red wine sauce was not a classic French deglazing sauce, but more like a dark, sweetish something out of a jar, and, to top it all off, not one shallot in sight. Oh, by the way, how does simple leek and potato soup, potage parmentier in France, get to be green? If you're into Francophile delusions, this is the place for you. The decor drips France. Forget the food.

  • Trois Canards

    Posted by Jenna on 01/09/2012

    Poor and Rude Service

    Poor service, rude wait staff. Restaurant did not honor our reservation and ended up waiting 45 minutes. Have looked forward to eating here for a while but was sadly disappointed and will never return. Entres were ok, but appetizers were mediocre. For dessert we had the chocolate souffle and it was completely tasteless. Spare yourself the disrespectful service and go elsewhere.

  • Trois Canards

    Posted by Maria on 07/09/2011

    Great Local French

    A neighborhood friend took me to this hidden gem in Chelsea and I've already been back numerous times! A fine selection of wines, intimate atmosphere and a knowledgeable staff! Although I try to switch it up every time I visit, I can't stay away from the sole meuniere. Also, the prices were not too high, something unheard of for a French restaurant in NYC. All in all a great dining experience.

  • Trois Canards

    Posted by Vince on 05/08/2011

    Reservations For The Birds

    Made a reservation for 7 and showed up on time to a full restaurant. "Sorry" we were told. It would be a few minutes. After a half hour, we went somewhere else. Much better. Any restaurant that doesn't honor reservations is not worth going to.

  • Trois Canards

    Posted by WestVillageGal on 03/25/2011

    Disappointing at best...

    I wanted to like this place - I really, really did. I was in the mood for an authentic French meal and when I walked in the door, everything looked promising -- the decor is very sweet with all the French signs, etc. and nice French music playing. Things went quickly downhill ,though. The waiter was pretty clueless, taking so long to bring my aperitif that the food was already arriving and then not bringing my glass of wine until the food was almost finished. The lardon salad was mediocre, with the smallest little specks of bacon you can possibly imagine. The celebrated half duck (separated into slices of magret and the whole leg/thigh) was similarly underwhelming. It was somewhat dry and overcooked and the skin was soggy instead of crispy. I fled without ordering dessert.

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