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Yo In Yo Out
Posted by anonymous on 11/23/2009
I adore this place! It has all the ingredients for a relaxed neighborhood restaurant. The food is fresh, simple and delicious. I highly recommend the crepes. I also enjoyed the Poulet Roti. The atmosphere is relaxed and charming. The staff is incredibly friendly and always make superb suggestions. The "set" menu is small, BUT always check out the specials on the chalk board. You won't be disappointed.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/01/2009
We just moved to the neighborhood and stumbled upon this great little place. It has an awesome feel, the servers are super friendly, and the food is amazing. I've been in ny for many years and just couldn't find a good crepe place. Well, I've finally found. Oh, and the hot chocolate is to die for! And you can't beat the prices!
Posted by d'aca on 05/06/2009
I stumbled upon this restaurant on my way to LeGallete, a wonderful Senegalese restaurant around the corner from Yo In Yo Out. After reading their menu, I was excited to see the few but seemingly tasty vegetarian options. The first time I ordered one of the salads which proved to be overpriced for what it was: overly refrigerated and skimpy greens, a mediocre bread and other trimmings which were not memorable. The spinach soup was good, but too salty. On a second occasion, I got the St Barths sandwich, which was okay, but not something I'd ever crave, or try to order again. The soup (this time lentil), was waaaaaay too salty, and I was unable to finish it. I've seen good reviews about their breakfast, so that's next on my list, and if that doesn't work, that'll be it for me. I like the idea of having other options in my neighborhood, but shy away from overly pretentious locales (which this has an air of), especially the ones that claim to be in the Upper East Side, when in reality are located in East Harlem. Where is the pride? Shame on them!
Posted by Secret... on 05/05/2009
We live very close to this new little bistro, and we love it! The prices are great, the food is delicious the ambience is very relaxing and everyone is really friendly! Its bring your own wine, so be sure to pick up your favorite bottle, they will chill and serve for only a 5 dollar corking fee, I think its great!! Enjoy!
Posted by anonymous on 05/01/2009
My friends and I have gone here several times and each time it's great. I love their sandwiches on their baguettes and ciabatta bread. The staff is always wonderful and will kindly explain any item on the menu. Desserts are wonderful and so is the patissier who makes them - very kind and always trying new recipes. If you go at night, there's great ambiance (nice lighting, not too loud). Morning brunch is also great and laid back. Definitely will always go back there.
Posted by Unable to Deliver on 04/19/2009
I called and tried to place an order for delivery and 9:45 am today. I was put on hold, and then told they would not be able to make a delivery for at least an hour. I have tried to get delivery from here once before, and the delivery person got lost in my building, and after 30 minutes and my food getting cold. I had to go to the lobby to try and find him.
Posted by Dan on 04/12/2009
Best brunch is NYC. The food was absolutely tremendous. The crepes we had were enormous and extremely fresh and flavorful, a great value for only 8 bucks. The desserts were amazing as well. On the recommendation of the exceptional waiter, I ordered the panacotta with raspberry coulis which was fantastic.