New York, NY 10019
Village Voice's Description
We were prepared to dislike this facsimile of a Parisian brasserie (or, perhaps, imitation of Pastis), until we tasted the food. The salt cod brandade was superb: Though more like cod mashed potatoes, the largish cylinder was anchored in mushroom cream. The thick gazpacho served with a skewer of fresh-tasting shrimp and the cassoulet cooked with duck, pork sausage, and smoked bacon were also tastier than expected. Drawback: The recipes have been defunkified from their Gallic counterparts, but, as compensation, the servings are humongous.
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Generous breakfast portions. Not for faint-hearted!
Breakfast service is ten times faster and friendlier than any other. Time of day. I recommend the hot chocolate with whipped cream for chocolate lovers. You. Won't be disappointed.
Great coffee!! They know how to make it!
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