9 Ninth Ave., New York, NY, 10014
at Little W. 12th St.
By CoolAid81 on 7/23/2009
Brunch at this restaurant will not disappoint. The layout and decor remind me of some brasseries I dined at in Paris during my college years. It is one of the most adorable restaurant settings in Manhattan. As for the food, it amazed me. My party started with the warm goat cheese petatou, which I would order again in a second. The bloody marie and champagne a la fraise cocktails tasted great and helped ease the head strain from the previous night. For a main dish, I would suggest the Eggs Benedict, which was perfectly poached and served with just the right amount of hollandaise. Delicious!
By laya6523 on 6/17/2008
Having heard about this restaurant and being known for bad service, I was thrilled when I had impeccable service. Everyone was so kind and friendly. The Steak Frites was to die for, as well as the omelettes and the cod. Definately would go back, and the fact that it is packed made the atmosphere that much more interesting.
By thelittlewench on 12/10/2006
This was the best night of my holiday. My friends & I came for a joint birthday celebration. We had a reservation and were seated immediately! The waitress was lovely and took our photo's for us. She was very attentative and friendly. The food was second to none! The steak was cooked to perfection and I enjoyed every bite. Ok the prices are slightly high but this restaurant is worth every penny. Its not pretentious like Tavern on the Green you would feel just as comfortable in a pair of jeans as a cocktail dress. Dont just take my word for it try it!!!
By eatalot on 1/16/2005
Always a pleasure. The steaks are cooked to perfection, the salads innovative, desserts amazing...the manager a sexy guy! (The tall one with a beard)
By TheForestEnds on 4/13/2009
Opening with the warm goat cheese petatou, my party and I were bewildered by this enchanting hors d'oeuvre. Then, a steak and eggs with potatoes so tasty and delicious, it almost makes you wonder if what you are eating wasn't pan fried by the sheer awesomeness of God himself. The steak itself was mild and cooked decently though lacked an initial oomph up front. The eggs were nearly a disaster. Overall a fair-good meal.
By amazon on 7/21/2008
We chanced upon this place looking for somewhere to eat before free dance lessons at the pier at 6:30. We arrived at 5:45 on a Sunday evening in the summer. Just walked right in and got a table outside. The decor is totally stunning. It's like an Epcot version of France. Our waiter was French and adorable. The food was reasonable and delicious. Got a free parking space too. The only problem was they absolutely would not serve us dinner until 6 PM on the dot so we couldn't finish our meal and still were a few minutes late. A little anal I guess like the French can be.
By Krysi on 11/29/2004
The french onion soup here is absolutely wonderful! It is definitely the best that I have ever had. It is worth it to go here and just have a bowl of it.
By battousai on 7/20/2004
Be lucky enough to sit amongst all the pretty young things and what you'll experience is a pretty enjoyable Provencal feast supported by its inventive seasonal specials. You may have a hard time getting the attention from their daydreaming waitstaff, but all in all, they pull through and what you'll end up with is very good Provencal-style dining match with an even better people watching scene.
By cretanathena on 7/12/2004
Coming into the city, this was a must have and never, never disappointed!!! Something for everyone!
By miglets on 1/4/2004
this place always has a wait, but for good reason, the food rocks and the place is alive. one of my top ten places to go.