Ca Va Brasserie

Row 1

Details
310 W 44th St (at 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 803-4545
French
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–1:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Have a few drinks in the bar, then head elsewhere for dinner. Mr. English's French needs a little work.
  • NY strip with bacon jam...whhaaaatttt!?! Do it.
  • Not exactly French, or good for that matter. Spend your money elsewhere
  • Try the Fresh Bread And Butter - The best way to start a late lunch
  • Grilled seabass is good
  • Owner and Chef, Todd Englishs favorite dish on the menu is the salad with Duck confit, haricot verts and seared foie gras in a vinaigrette. Ca Va was inspired by his favorite place in Paris.
  • Try a reassuring French classics like organic chicken paillard for $24, steak frites for $28 or braised short rib, a succulent bargain as part of the three-course fixed-priced lunch for $26.
  • The fois gras mushroom appetizer is especially moist and tasty.
  • The food is OK. Overall, the venue is better than the entrees. The bar & lounge is better than the food, though tor Times Square, this a far better option than Red Lobster or TGIF.
  • The price vs authenticity is rather bad. The food is rather blah in comparison to other French places in the area. Go elsewhere and get better quality for the same prices and with much better service.
  • Service in the restaurant is outstanding but a little average in the lounge. Do the boozy brunch - $41 for an entree + 2 hours of cocktails. The Mac n cheese is epic.
  • French onion soup and Mac n cheese to die for. Paul will take care of you!
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  • The food here is amazing. Try the chefs specialty, the charcuterie plate. Unreal! Rabbit, duck, wild boar. All homemade. The chef came to our table and explained all the dishes. Great experience.
  • Believe it or not.. But get the Mac and Cheese... Amazing!
  • Amazing breakfast!
  • Great service! Pre-theater dinner was delicious.
  • Dine in or take a turkey dinner to go
  • Try the gnocchi. Absolutely delicious.