Quatorze Bis

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323 E 79th St (1st & 2nd Aves.)
New York, NY 10075
(323) 379-8478



  • Tough to beat the trout with pommes frites and a glass of Cote du Rhone. The goat cheese salad is crave-able.
  • The Mayer is in the house!! He comes here every couple of months. Very nice guy!!
  • Duck Confit has been doin' it right since about 1990 for me. Chicory salad also top notch. Great neighborhood joint.
  • Just so-so service + food & over-priced for brunch. No wonder barely anyone was there.
  • The grilled chicken was always to die for. Now it was good but did not meet our expectation. I think the old crowd does not hold them to the old time standard.
  • Trout grilled. Good but not the outstanding dish of old days.
  • Loved the atmosphere, clearly reminded me of actual French bistros. Great boeuf bourgignon although in my opinion putting lard in it is cheating :) All in all, pretty enjoyable experience.
  • The food is authentic French food, pricy, the Profiteroles are to die for.
  • The food is good, even very good (if at prices unrecognizable to anyone who's eaten at a bistro in France). Staff are old school helpful, the diners older school still, and the owners are delightful.
  • Excellent and consistent for the past twenty years
  • Everything is delicious. Food tastes even better when your date is cute
  • Take it from devout regulars and order from the specials if its your first time here; their Duck Confit is good but youll fare better with a less classic dish
  • Kevin is the sexiest bartender on the UES.
  • Choucroute