I did not expect to find a French restaurant in New York up to the standard of a French restaurant in France but at least given the high price that we paid, I expected at least better quality and better portions.
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Had lunch here. My first time. Warmly greeted and seated in a small 12 table restaurant. Nice menu with lots of choices. On this day that had crab cakes and soft shelled crabs. My lunch companion and I had a combination plate with a crab...More
This was the second time we've been able to enjoy dinner at this restaurant. It's very small, so we enjoy the intimacy of the space. Everything that we ordered was just as good as the first time that we dined here. I would recommend the...More
Could not have been more pleasantly surprised. Found this charming little place on the internet. It was as good as the reviews and then some. Duck confit was cooked to perfection. Crab cakes were delicious and good wine reasonably priced.
This is a bustling French cafe that was absolutely delightful. We had bouillabaisse, duck confit, beef bourguignon, and a braised lamb stew. With the meal, we had a very nice bottle of chateauneuf du Pape that was reasonably priced. The service was professional and attentive.
Tucked away on a side street off Bleeker is a tiny French bistro that is one of the best French restaurants any where in America. Yes, it is that good. The menu is relatively small, (one side of a single sheet). The other side is...More
What a treat! Dined at Le Gigot for the first but not the last time. This restaurant was like a quick trip to France. The restaurant is small but intimate - the quintessential bistro. The service could not have been better. It was attentive but...More
We loved our dinner! My wife and I both had the lamb special. It was perfectly cooked and seasoned. I started with an equally delicious tomato soup. Even the accompanying bread and fresh butter was special. The restaurant is cozy and has the traditional Parisian...More
During our visit in New York last octobre, we stayed in West Village, where we found this very fine French restaurant, Le Gigot. We enjoyed the food in the first place, but also the warm welcome by their professional staff and the cosy interior. A...More