Lucien

Row 1

Details
14 1st Ave (at E 1st St)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 260-6481
French
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Get the foie gras. Trust me.
  • Make a reservation if you're going for dinner; it's small. And be on the lookout for Ryan Gosling.
  • Oysters, escargots, foie gras, steak frites, filet mignon. Oh, and keep that red wine flowing. Cozy spot & great staff. A hidden neighborhood gem that's been right in your face the entire time.
  • Actually my second time...first time I saw Ryan Gosling the first time!
  • Steak frites! Steak frites! STEAK FRITES!
  • Don't believe the waiting time. We were told 5 minutes as waited 40.
  • At this long-lasting French bistro,the food is reliable, seasoned well, and portioned with hunger in mind.
  • When you get fries, always ask for a side of mustard. Always.
  • Been coming here for 7 years now n never a bad experience. Bests r the asparagus, artichoke n palm salad, duck n filet mignon. Outstanding wine list.
  • This is the French Bistro to visit in EV hands down. There's nowhere around even close. The ambiance and service were perfect and the food was divine. Try the filet mignon, escargot or moulles!
  • This East Village bistro serves up spectacular French fare that won't break your budget. Spring for a bottle of wine, order the Steak Frites Traditionnelle, and don't let anyone steal your fries.
  • This bistro has got all the regulars, plus specialties like duck-liver mousse and grilled octopus.
  • The salad nicoise is to die for!
  • Lovely, relaxed atmosphere. Attentive but not overbearing service. The food is great. The steak tartare and rabbit are standouts.
  • The fillet mignon...three pepper sauce is awesome!
  • If you like Red Wine try the 2009 Chinon Cuvee Terroir it will not disappoint!
  • Most of French restaurants in the city within a reasonable budget are embarrassing for French people like me, but I think we have a winner here, almost everything is wrong from service to food...
  • best steak frites in nyc
  • While the bouillabaisse may be tempting, the highlight of the menu, which you'd be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in the City, is the lapin de la moutarde served over broad bright yellow egg noodl
  • The Beaujolais on the menu says 2008, but its actually a 2009 (the "vintage of a lifetime" for these wines). At $36 you can't go wrong.