HArlem's french renaissance
"The food is tasty, well presented and reminds me of the bistronomique restaurants in the gentrifying neighborhoods of the 10th and 11th Arrondissements in Paris."
HARLEM's hot culinary scene
"Inside, it’s pure modern French bistro, with lots of brass and tile, cozy banquettes and walls of wine — 200 smartly chosen bottles and 25 choices by the glass. The menu’s strong on garden-fresh salads and bistro classics, such as hanger steak and a perfectly turned out branzino provençal adorned with black olives, asparagus and tomatoes."
FOOD IS VERY GOOD
"The wine list is more than adequate, the staff knowledgeable and efficient, and the experience there was very positive. We were there for brunch, and the menu is French with a few twists."
Quintessential neighborhood gem
"The wine selection, by the way, is easily best in neighborhood both in terms of absolute quality and bang for the buck with dozens of glasses available in the $9 to $15 range."
THE FOOD JUST HAS TO BE GOOD
"My entrée was the Braised Lamb Shank which was set in a lovely Polenta Red Wine sauce. The meat was so moist that it slid off the bone and literally melted in my mouth. The lamb was paired with mashed potatoes. The whole meal was so wonderful. I was at a loss for words when the waitress asked how my meal was, wondering why I haven’t eaten here before."