mussle and chowder soup to die for. one of the best french restaurants i have ever visited and not overly expensive either!
My hubby and I went to the restaurant on the recommendation from my sister. My hubby had the mussel and chowder soup. He adored it. Months later he still dreams about that soup. The restaurant itself is tiny. Cramming yourself into your seat is well worth it.
The food was good, the service was OK, the space is nice, but let's say, intimate. In other words, go here for a tasty meal, but if you are discussing the results of your colonoscopy, all of the neighboring tables will know.
Stopped for the pre fixe lunch, very satisfied with the selection.The carrot ginger soup de jour was delicious and the ham and swiss omlette was very tasty! Had not been in for lunch before but will definitly come back again. Dinner has been very good in the past and now we know lunch is equally good!!!
We wandered past this little place and liked the look of the menu, so went in. It's a very attractive space, warm and cosy on a freezing cold night, and service is charming and attentive. The food is excellent. Really good. We had one main course each, two had the boeuf bourgignon and I had the lamb sausage on couscous... More
My first time up in Harlem...what was I waiting for? This little French Bistro is amazing. We dined there tonight with friends. Sunday evening jazz...great rustic French food...good wine...reasonable prices...attentive service...need I say more? Lease try this little bistro. We had Coq au Vin, our friends had duck and a burger...lots of food, well prepared...go and enjoy! You will not... More
We hopped into a cab after our Broadway show for a late dinner at Chez Lucienne. The atmosphere was nice, with an excellent live band. The food was delicious! Friendly staff made our stay pleasant. The only down side was the heat! It was so hot! I suggest you wear layers. Otherwise we had a terrific time.
Busy french bistro style restaurant. The first time we were impressed even though it was very noisy and very dark (had to read the menu with a candle)! Food was very good and well presented. We visited a couple of days later to repeat the experience and were served a starter with some of the ingredients missing whilst the desserts... More
This restaurant is in the busiest area of Harlem. Lenox/Malcolm X ave and the popular 125th Street Trendy decoration. Extremely friendly and efficient staff with a healthy sense of humour. There is a sidewalk terrace for al fresco dining. The menu is of a simple typical bistro style. White linen tablecloths. We had snails, grilled tomato and cheese as starters,... More
We had no idea what to expect but as soon as we walked in the door, this place was just jumpin. Compared to the previous night's dinner elsewhere where there were many empty tables, this place was PACKED. The vibe was lively and energetic. It's not a place for a quiet evening with your honey. The food was absolutely wonderful... More
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