Very good French bistro - efficient service. Try the seafood with curry. Desserts are a must here ... Very interesting.
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We had a wonderful dinner at Perry St Brasserie! The veal & mushroom soup was light but flavorful. Even though it is not a place you would expect to see children, the staff were super sweet and accommodating of our two-year old. She had the...More
We have to echo the other accolades for this great restaurant. While a little noisy at first, it quickly became a fun, lively atmosphere with people lingering because you didn't want the meal to end. The chef, we learned, is very fussy and rejects anything...More
What a fine dining experience! The atmosphere is charming and the wait staff attentive. The best part is the unbelievably DELICIOUS food! Everything was original, fresh and cooked to perfection! You will not find a better meal anywhere!
My wife and I had our 5th wedding anniversary dinner here last Friday. This is a wonderful little restaurant. The décor is somewhat dark, keeping with the stonework nature of the building itself. They have several copies of medieval brasses hanging on the wall. For...More
Very creative menu, mainly due to assorted side dishes and seasonings for the main courses. I had a steak, which frankly was over-herbed and over-seasoned with salt. But after I scraped off what I could of the seasonings, I did finish the whole thing! it...More
Chef Steve has been seasoned on the world stage and now practices his art in Galena, Illinois. This small restaurant has a level of service and culinary accomplishment unexpected for a small city and is all surprises, for the good! The veal broth soup I...More