Le Coq Rico

Row 1

30 E 20th St (btw Broadway & Park Ave S)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 267-7426
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: Noon–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • That Ile Fondante tho!? One of the best desserts I've ever had. Slow cooked eggs, butternut squash soup and the 120 day old stuffed chicken all exceptional. Come with a large party and enjoy!
  • DELICIOUS! Had the quarter chicken and what we came for: the floating island dessert. Phenomenal. For 2, highly recommend sitting at the kitchen vs one of the small tables in the entryway.
  • le flottsnte according to the Times
  • Desserts are the best thing on the menu.
  • You'll get a claim check for leftovers, which are discreetly packaged (including the jus). Included is a recipe card for Chef Westermann's Poultry Broth Bouillon with Seasonal Vegetables.
  • Birds are delicious. Try the quarter chicken and ask Francis to sit by the kitchen!
  • The chicken is tender and very flavorfull, its a must try. And save from for dessert, their l'lle flottante is a sweet tooth's dream!
  • The best $96 chicken ever. Really. De-Lish.
  • Best overpriced chicken in the city
  • Great pate , duck and dessert!! All delicious ... On the expensive side
  • Amazingly delicious chicken! As you would expect @ $95/bird The French bird was very flavorful. Yukon potato pure is a must w/ the Napoleon a great dessert to share. Service is top notch!
  • Le Coq Rico means The Bistro of Beautiful Birds in French, and its name doesnt disappoint--its all about the poultry (and the eggs) here. Even the macaroni au gratin has chicken morsels inside.
  • Awesome Foie gras, incredible aged chickens to share, phenomenal food!!!!
  • Whole birds aren't good value, but the appetizers and dessert are great
  • Terrific bistro focused on roasting poultry. The foie en choute is delicious.
  • After a first helping of tThe duck foie gras will
  • Get the duck fois gras terrine, soft boiled egg, rhubarb souffle and the homemade ice cream. Stay away from the offal platter.
  • Friendly staffGreat food!Amazing experience
  • mixed mushrooms are a perfect match for the quarter rotisserie chicken.
  • The old school one man show approach to hospitality is fun albeit intense at times. The bird is good for sure but advise you to be adventurous. Definitely save room for dessert: signatures a winner