We were seeking a different dining experience from the usual suspects. Neither of us are extreme foodies but we are aware of good food, service, and ambience. A few minutes by auto northof our home in the Bronx is the charming Huson River village of Hastings-on-Hudson.
Buffet de la Gare is situated near the municipal building in the village. The interior appears almost to be that of a Prohibition era saloon with tin ceilings, a wood bar, and some tiling on the floor by the bar.
What came next were an excellent Cotes du Rhone, moderately priced, and a cassoulet and duck. Ooops, the appetizer of lobster in a flaky pastry and pate foie gras introduced the entrees both of which were excellent. The portinos were more than enough for us.
We went the entire mile and shared a dessert of iles flottantes which beamed its own magic. All in all, Buffet de la Gare is a "must" for the traveller.
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