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All reviews escargot beef bourguignon coq au vin chocolate mousse tarte tatin hanger steak kidney prix fixe menu bread salmon french onion soup salad fries french bistro love french food the theater district small restaurant
This is lovely little restaurant. We were there for lunch and it was not crowded so the spacing of the tables was not an issue. The service was good—particularly since the one waiter was also the bartender. The food was good but not spectacular. There...are better French restaurants in the area. But overall it was a pleasant experience.More
We came here on the recommendation from the hotel we were staying at down the street. We didn't have reservations, but they were able to accommodate us before a show.
The escargot and french onion soup were arguably the best we had ever had. The...meals were outstanding as well. Ditto for the service.
We liked it so much we came back the next night. And, while the wait staff was completely different, the service and food were still excellent.
And, it is reasonably priced for NYC. I highly recommend.More
Had lunch with friends and loved everything about the dining experience. Reasonable prices and superb food. There is a prix fixe menu available. Desserts are amazing. Small restaurant seating so, make a reservation.
The place is tres, tres authentically francais for sure, but better on some days than others. Like the children's rhyme, when it is good, it is.... Good days, you are the main event, not so good days, they know you're there. Food is fine in...a district that boasts solid French cuisine. Key point: more than a few patrons speaking French. What does that tell you?More
We opted for Tout va Bien because it looked to be a small restaurant near the New World Theatre and we were not disappointed. The two front of the house people treated us great. Portions were large and food was well prepared. We were there...at what might be the nadir of tourism year so most of the few other diners seemed like folks from the neighborhood, always a plus for us.More
It was cold and dreary and we wanted a cozy restaurant with comfort foods on the menu not too far from our hotel. We lucked out with Tout Va Bien. The menu and place were like a small cafe/bistro in Paris and the chef executed...it well. Two people were managing the diners in the front of the house and both were charming and French. There were dishes like boeuf bourguignon, which looked hearty and enough for two, croque madame/monsieur, steak frites. The French onion soup came without too much stringy mozzarella but rather just enough flavorful cheese and a good stock. I tried the evening's special: fork tender slices of browned breaded pork served with a lovely mushroom sauce. Only one of our party could manage dessert, a tarte tatin that was caramelized and lovely, though the chocolate mousse certainly looked good. Like the main menu desserts were traditional favorites as well. We were given a lagniappe of sangria which was wonderful to top off our evening. Service was so friendly and cordial as well as efficient.More
As UK tourists we are always wary of recommended restauarants.
However we were surprised by this authentic old fashioned French bistro style
Nice to see offal on the menu.Had a great meal with great service.
I can't say for sure but as I recall I only saw one menu (dinner) and I did not see anything that you would typically have for breakfast in a French Restaurant on their menu, based on my overall restaurant experience if I... More
I can't say for sure but as I recall I only saw one menu (dinner) and I did not see anything that you would typically have for breakfast in a French Restaurant on their menu, based on my overall restaurant experience if I had to guess I would say probably not, they cater to a different crowd and don't open early. But a call would not hurt to double check, good luck.