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130 10th Ave (btw 18th & 19th)
New York, NY 10011
- The owner has an affinity for calling you sweetie, which is a nice touch to the authentic French cooking and cozy ambience. Duck confit is a must-have.
- Country comfofort French, cozy date
- An under-the-radar, rustic-with-worn-floorboards joint serving classic romance dishes. It's also tucked way out on 10th Avenue, which means you're taking a cab together - wherever you're going.
- Beef Bourguignon special. If it's on the board order it. Amazing
- N-Sider fav: This local hot-spot has a great endive and roquefort salad. Follow that with the skate wing with lemon, butter and capers to have a true taste of France in your backyard.
- Try the chilled artichoke app, and lamb sausage. Amazing. This place is a great neighborhood find, and there is never a wait. Great atmosphere!
- Erstklassige Zwiebelsuppe wie in Frankreich.
- Where is Carmen!!??
- Don't order a beer, they likely won't have any.
- Nothing special, but definitely satisfying. Duck confit salad is the way to go.
- Cozy ambience, good food, kind of old school but in a comforting, non-stuffy way.
- A classic! It looks exactly the same today as it did when it opened, and that's a good thing.
- The bisque is a must try, it's rich and flavorful. And the casoulet has all the separate ingredients so you can taste them and tell how they all make sense together. Beautifully prepared!
- Very unassuming. But food is amazing. Sauted foie GRAS is to die for. Les halles is a close second. But this is a must. And steak au poivre is a classic.
- Best things: Duck Confit salad (<$15) and Beet salad (<$10).
- Good chicken salad.