Very nice dinner out front. Brought our own bottle, and there was no corkage fee. Food was very nicely done.
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A great spot for breakfast with a French touch. I've found there bottles of Lorina soda, a quite local maker in eastern France that apparently made his way to the Village. A special word for their tasty, huge and yet light and soft apple filled...More
Eggs Benedict. Excellent! Just make sure they are not overcooked. Polite fast service. Great neighborhood.
I like to have brunch at Tartines when visiting New York. The restaurant is located on a quiet street in the Village (11th St. and 4th Ave.) so it's a perfect spot to eat outside on a beautiful day. The eggs benedict and eggs florentine...More
Small, cute place in the heart of West Village and oh what a pleasant surprise: a real French meal. Actually, the mussels were like the real Brussels mussels (they are the best after all!). Everything smelled and tasted French. The service is EXCELLENT. Try the...More
Went here for lunch and was blown away at the quality of the food at such affordable prices in NYC! We had the escargot to start, French onion soup, the coq au vin and the chicken Milanese. For dessert we had the chocolate meringue cake....More
Warmly recommended by a friend, we checked it out for lunch and everything was wonderful until a very loud lady sat in the too close tables almost inside my ear. I could barely hear myself, so we finished our food quickly and left feeling very...More
As I sat at a table in NYC's Tartine, located a quiet area of West Village, I felt like I was sitting in the St. Germain section of Paris. Soft music playing in this little restaurant/bistro with a baked goods display and great smells coming...More