I love their duck confit.
I love their duck confit.
While it is very close to the hustle and bustle of Union Square, Anjou is located in what looks like an alley. When I went by to check it out, I almost kept walking because of it, but I'm glad I didn't. Both times that I had dinner there the food was wonderful and the service very good -- I... More
Been there once, love it, food is good but just too pricey. Make sure you can read French - no English Menu ..........
Quaint hole in the wall. Great service and menu. Nice for lunch while shopping. Look for the funny little blue car parked on the curb.
totally unexpected, tucked away in a back alley near Union Sq. French cuisine and service just like what you'd find in France!
Anjou is a small restaurant near Union Square, a short walk from the Prescott Hotel where we were staying. The tables are set in typical French bistro style, i.e., close together. We went on a Tuesday night in July, so Anjou was not crowded, which resulted in good, unhurried service All the food, appetizers and entrees, were well prepared and... More
We were really looking forward to our dinner at Anjou. We were only partially satisfied when all was said and done, although there were some charming dishes enjoyed. Anjou is quite small. It's cozy but brightly lit in an all-brick interior. The tables are set closely together with white linens and everything looks very crisp and elegant but also quite... More
This place has good food, but the experience was very average. The ambiance is terrible (think buffet - you know, with the bright hanging lights). The service was pretty good--can't complain there. The menu is kind of all over the place--not a great place to take a group with the potential of a few picky eaters. Overall, I was very... More
My husband and I were directed to Anjou by the concierge at our hotel when we asked for a lunch recommendation. While it was not easy for us to find (it is down an alley), when we did find it, we found a treasure! We selected from the special lunch menu...I had fois gras on toasted brioche. My husband had... More
This restaurant has such great potential. The kitchen does a great job with its menu and food preparation. The service, however, needs a lot of improvement. After being seated by the hostess, our server came over and asked if we would like anything to drink. I told him that we'd be ordering a bottle of wine. He said "OK", then... More
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