I like the fact that there are menu items for everyone in your party. At any time you can have breakfast, lunch or dinner items.
We went for lunch on a gorgeous Saturday before a matinee. We had crepe chevre epinard (goat cheese, spinach and mushrooms) and crepe des Pyrenees (duck confit, black olives & scallions in a savory sauce) and presented with a small salad on the plate. I was expecting soggy and got a perfect lunch, just right to see me through the... More
We liked this place so much we went twice on our most recent trip to NYC. The second time we went there after seeing Motown (which is awesome BTW). The Theater District is very crowded but this restaurant was an oasis. We sat at the bar, had excellent service, and had quiche and crepes. Both were very good. The atmosphere... More
I have been here previously, and because NYC locations probably have more than enough reviewers giving their perspectives, I hadn't thought of putting in my review until my recent 3rd visit on Nov. 16 for dinner. The place is a solid winner: comfortable, fun, warm atmosphere, yet sophisticated at the same time. A real French menu, but with enough regular... More
We had a lovely pre-show dinner. The Onion soup was to die for. Spectacular deserts and friendly efficient courteous wait staff. However.........the manager on duty, a tall scruffy bearded tall guy walked around the whole evening with a scowl on his face, never smiled at ANYONE nor asked anyone how their dining experience was going. He must be from Paris
The good thing about cafe Un Deux Trois is it is open until midnight, so it is one place that is still open after the theatre. But the place is extremely noisy, chaotic, none too clean, and the decor is glorified worn-down bus station. I suppose this could be classified as a "French" restaurant, but the menu is quite eclectic.... More
Fantastic restaurant serving breakfast from 7am and good food all day. Located in W44th Street just off Times Square. The service was excellent, friendly and efficient. The food was good quality and fairly priced. Highly recommended.
I met some friends here recently for breakfast. I loved the French cafe atmosphere with the mosaic floors. The tables were well spaced so it did not feel overly frenetic. The service was fine, and we were not rushed at all. The coffee was so-so -- what one normally gets in an American diner. I ordered the Eggs Florentine with... More
Had Chicken Cordon Bleu off the Price Fixe menu before theatre and found it to be very tasty. The squash soup was excellent. Waiter asked if we had a show and made sure we were served on time so as not to be late.
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