Went to Le Colniel in Chicago last year and was blown away by the food so was eager to repeat the experience in NYC. Very dissapointed in the standard of food served. The place was almost empty which was probably a hint not to go...More
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We went to Le Colonial for NYC Restaurant Week. My order started with the Summer Rolls - this was very good, my entrée was the salad bowl top with steaks - this was okay as I had it better somewhere else and the desert was...More
Friendly staff that was attentive every step of the evening. We decided to enjoy the Restaurant Week menu. The spring rolls (Goi Cuon) were delicious and the chicken entree (Ga Xao Sa Ot Cay) were on the sweet side as I requested to not have...More
Have been here a number of times -- always loved it. Food is excellent and the service is first class!
The food is very, very good. The ingredients and the mix of them make for some very good dishes. When it comes to the food you will not be disappointed. However the mark up/cost is astronomical and for me does not justify the food experience...More
It was several years ago that i last visited Le Colonial, always a favorite, and was delighted to find that it remains as delightful and satisfying as ever. The lower dining room still has the relief tin ceilings with suspended fans and palms that give...More
Having eaten at the one in Houston, I knew we were in for a treat. Was still on a quest for decent Vietnamese in NYC after a terribly disappointing experience at Indochine last month, and was not at all disappointed. The five spice duck steamed...More