My partner and I visited the Artisanal Fromagerie and Bistro for dinner whilst visiting New York. Service and food overall was very good. We decided to share the charcuterie board for starter which proved to be a little disappointing compared to other types in other French restaurants. However , the main courses and desserts certainly made up for this and the wine list was decent also. I had steak au poivre whilst my partner had salmon- both of which were delicious. The profiteroles and tarte tatin were both equally good on the dessert front. This is a big restaurant although had an enjoyable buzz about it. Definitely worth a visit if in the area.
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