Sel Et Gras

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131 7th Ave. (at W 10th St.)
New York, NY 10011
(646) 558-5468

 

At 225 square feet, Manhattan newcomer Sel et Gras, whose name is French for "Salt and Fat," has a bit of a Napoleon complex. The tiny wedge of a restaurant somehow manages to fit 14 tables, with room for 32 diners, into a space that makes it the smallest full-service restaurant in New York City. On the menu are French-style small plates like tapenade, salt cod croquettes, and tart forestiere, and if you look hard enough you’ll find more than one nod to the tiny Frenchman. --Dan Myers

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Foursquare Tips

  • Hasn't taken off yet but legit little French joint in the heart of restaurant row. Great foie gras, tartares, and steak au poivre
  • Neighborhood gem. Brunch it up with a Croque Madame and some Parmesan-garlic fries.
  • Coq au vin wings et l'escargot...and That comes from someone who lived in burgundy for a year.
  • An excellent happy hour from 5-7pm everyday, with selected wines going for $6 a glass! Generous pours, too.
  • Definitely check this place out! Food is awesome!
  • fried bouillabaisse, tartare, trotter, chicken ballottine...done.
  • Second time reviewing - GO HERE! The food is delicious, the wine is delectable, and the price? The price is just right. Friendly staff, too. A total gem in the Village.
  • loved everything about this tiny little spot.. down to the tiles! #hiddengem
  • So far my favorite place in the city. Authentic Montmartre feel and great staff. The food is delicious and the graffiti and tiles make the ambience amazing.
  • "Eggs" Cargot! Awesome!
  • Be brave and take the plunge; tell your server to ask the chef for a selection of dishes. You won't be disappointed.
  • Why? New. French. Bold and flavorful dishes Like Pieds De Cochon(crispy pigs foot, violette mustard, cress) and omelette d'oeufs de candard (duck-egg omelets, smoked sable fish, pickeld ramps)
  • Pomme aligote and gratin dauphinois. The French via Chef Patrick Lacey know their potatoes. Mmmmmmmgood.