have eaten here a few times and the food and service have always been good. It is a very enjoyable place to eat that is not too expensive.
Good traditional French countryside food. The Boeuf bourguignon was good but not particularly inspiring. The Cassoulet with Confit de canard, lamb and sausage was much more interesting. The bread was very good and the 2009 Vougeot Clos du Prieure excellent.
This restaurant has everything you could want: a genuine, warm welcome; simple French bistro food, well-prepared; smooth and skilled service; a cozy dining room; and very fair prices. You cannot go wrong bringing your aunt, your best friend, your English prof... There's nothing trendy or artificial or surface here -- just the kind of place you can go any night... More
My wife and I celebrated our 27th wedding anniversary in NYC and we were staying in the SoHo district. We walked from our hotel and saw many cozy places to eat. We were attracted to Bistro Les Amis by the sidewalk tables, affordable menu, and great inside atmosphere. We were seated promptly, (we requested a table inside) and given excellent... More
We stumbled across this place and were lucky to get a table. The service was fantastic and meals were very good. We were given warm chilli(?) olives and bread to start. We then had the penne pasta and the special of s wasabi scallops - both meals you couldn't fault. We then shared a tiramisu which I though was ok... More
We had a great meal at this wonderful bistro, we had foie gras, halibut, goat chess salad and coq au vin. All dishes were perfectly done. We look forward to another meal in the future.
The look of the restaurant is reminiscent of a Paris bistro, and it is very charming especially on a warm evening with tables spilling to the curb. Our reservation was honored at the time promised and the service was warm and efficient. Unfortunately, the food was just average. One diner had the steak frites, another the special ravioili, and a... More
There was a short wait for a table to sit outside the wait staff were very friendly and organised and it did not take long to be seated. While not a French dish, the Eggs benedict seemed to be the food of choice for all the Sunday brunch customers so we thought why not the same. The service was amazingly... More
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