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Posted by Anonymous on 12/20/2012
I usually get Yo In delivered. I've been to the restaurant before and it's lovely but small and cramped. When this restaurant first opened, the chef Yoanne usually answered the phone - she was lovely and more than competent. Since they've grown in popularity, the people in charge of handling deliveries have become less and less competent over time, to the point where I'm never sure if I'll get an order placed or, if I do, that it will be delivered properly. Shame, because they have great food and everyone's friendly. They just need better handlers.
Posted by Paul H on 11/25/2012
Tip: making a reservation won't help you get seated on time. Decor: 3.5/5 -There is seating for approx 18 and 4 at the bar. The lounge area seats 7. -The first thing I noticed was the wonderful smell. Waiting for our table to get ready while every breath was of the wonderful smell of food made me excited to try their dishes. Service: 1/5 -We made a reservation for 8pm, arrived at 7:45 and was told that we would be seated before 8pm. We were seated at 8:31p. -I was ready to walk out and go next door. What was the point of making a reservation when a party of 4 before us got seated without a reservation? Minus one star. -Automatic 20% gratuity for party of two? After the poor service I received? Minus one star -I have contacted the owner. I have yet to receive a reply and it has been over a week. Food: 2.5/5 -The complimentary fresh bread was the best part of the dinner. The butter was too hard to spread on the bread though. -Cobb Salad "a Ma Lacon ($15) consists of Marinated chicken, bacon, eggs, blue cheese, tomatoes, cucumber and organic mesclun and balsamic vinaigrette -The salad was huge but the taste was okay. The bacon was very salty. -Risotto De La Mer ($19.50) came with a few pieces of lobster and four small shrimps with tomatoes, asparagus and garlic olive oil sauce. This dish was very rich would not suggest eating the whole dish. All in all, my experience was poor. I would not recommend coming here.
Posted by KR on 05/18/2012
skirt steak was tough, lobster salad was gloppy but chicken and pea soup were good. One of the entrees arrived much later than others and service was otherwise mediocre. Lastly, the prices were very high - about the same as any french bistro in the city.
Posted by AB on 04/26/2012
Yoanne is an excellent chef and made our night out very special. She prepared delicious food (especially her crepes), but she also gave us outstanding customer service, constantly checking on us to make sure we had everything we needed. We can't wait to try brunch!
Posted by jmcshoebox on 02/05/2012
Jade the proprietor works very hard to make her patrons feel warm and well-fed. On Friday, 6 of us with no reservation dropped into this very small restaurant. But she quickly scrambled and sat us in the lounge area and pulled together some small couches. We had a great "pass around" sharing kind of meal that she helped us plan. Lots of crepes cut in pieces like sushi. Good risottos. We were never rushed, and we stayed for well over 2 hours. And we like being served by the owner. This was a really fun evening.
Posted by anonymous on 02/04/2012
Ok, so brunch is just incredible. The crepes are perfect. The salads are not the boring salads you get everywhere else. Whatever the soup special is - get it. I've never been disappointed in any soup here. Some menu dishes I like better than others... my regulars are risotto, roast chicken, lamb and sometimes tilapia. But as with the soups, the daily specials are always superb.
Posted by anonymous on 01/29/2012
We ordered 6 sandwiches and were charged for six, only four arrived so we called and they said we'd have the other two right away. One hour later we get one more sandwich. So I called to tell them we still need another. Suddenly they're not answering the phone- dozens of calls and we can't even leave a voice mail. This is a an unacceptably poorly run business. Still waiting for that last sandwich...