La Sirene

$ $ $
558 Broome St (at Varick St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 925-3061
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 1:00am
5:00pm - 1:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am



  • Didier Pawlicki, the chef and owner of one of the tiniest, least pretentious, more pleasurable French bistros in the city, is a sensitive and adaptablenot to mention Internet-savvysoul.
  • Make reservations at this tiny and delicious modern French bistro. Enjoy BYOB with no cork fee and try the Tournedos Rossini. Cash only.
  • French onion soup, sauted baby octopus, all the veggie sides, this filet mignon with foie gras.. all incredible!
  • BYOB is awesome, but this place is a cant miss in NYC.
  • BYOB but there's no wine shops in the hood. Ask for the wine list from the place that delivers: 212-229-2409
  • Recommended by our concierge William at Smyth. BYOB with no corkage fees and totally down-to-earth French cuisine. A pleasant experience.
  • Wow. Foie on top of filet?! Curried mussels? Sweet succulent duck? Love love love this place!! Please go. And expect a mega calorific meal :)
  • The escargots and foir gras upon hanger steak were amazing
  • Profiteroles = amazing! Like puffy clouds filled with heavenly cream.
  • While this French bistro is no longer BYOB, they now take AmEx. Make a reservation in advance and bring your appetite, especially when tackling the Kassoulet.
  • No longer a BYOB. Now charges a $20 corkage fee.....The duck is amazing!
  • everything was wonderful. had mussels with mustard sauce. french onion soup. hanger steak. filet. which I recommend all. except the seafood pie thing. which I dont remember what it was called.
  • Filet w foie gras, hangar steak, escargot--all phenomenal. Profiteroles--amazing. BYOB was just icing on cake.
  • This place has got be eating duck. Cherry duck out of this world. Hangar steak is not bad either. Staff is super nice. I walked in but heard you need RSVP. Bring cash - BYOB but they gave me free wine
  • Fantastic BYOB experience. Food was delicious, service was perfection. Met chef-owner Didier on the way in - what a charming man! Don't forget to make reservations and bring cash.
  • The veggie platter is just the sides... but aren't side dishes the best part of a meal?!
  • I know "goat cheese tart" sounds kind of boring, but trust me, it's amazing!!!!! Get it now!
  • They accept bitcoin.
  • My god they accept bitcoin as payment back in 2016
  • The cassoulet is amazing but has so many calories it is best eaten before intense physical activity. It was originally a meal intended to last a soldier all day.

Nearby places

25 N Moore St (at Varick)
15 Thompson St. (at Grand St)
414 Avenue of the Americas (btwn 8th & 9th St)