Classic. Tucked away down a small flight of stairs into a small, rustic, wood-paneled dining room is this wonderfully provincial French charmer. Small and cozy, local regulars come in pairs or alone with a book and order comfort food such as lentils with sausage and potato, pumpkin soup, duck confit and salmon with honey-mustard glaze and dauphinoise potato. Food is well-prepared and hearty of flavor. Service is casual and there when you need it. There are popular, well-priced prix-fixe menus. This long-standing restaurant, opened in 1985, has notoriety as one of the Upper West Side eateries that was a favorite spot for the characters in the much-loved TV show “Seinfeld”. Like “Seinfeld”, this eatery is a New York classic.
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