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90 Thompson Street
New York, NY 10012
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Le Pescadeux Details
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 11:30pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 12:30am
Sunday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 11am - 4pm
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Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Off-site catering is available.
Every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Night Soho Artist Live Music 7pm-10pm
Sunday Jazz Brunch 12pm-4pm
E & C trains to Spring Street, 1 train to Houston Street, and R & W trains to Prince Street.
A word from Le Pescadeux
Le Pescadeux, the only restaurant in New York that focuses on French Canadian Culinary migration experience, from the Maritimes through Quebec and down to Louisiana.
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Three of the four of us thought
their brunch entrees were quite good. The room and service were OK, except an oysters appetizer arrived during the second course even though the room was surprisingly empty. Jazz at Brunch was a nice touch. We may try it again whwn in the neighborhood."
Dined on 6/15/2014
I tried the crab cakes, pork
belly, fries and sugar pie. The crab cakes were excellent with a nice sauce and cucumber accompaniments. The pork belly had a lot of fat and no flavor. Even after cutting off the huge layer of fat the meat left was flavorless. The fries actually tastes bad - how do you mess up fries?!? The sugar pie was flavorful and something new. The service was good; quick and kind although I was disappointed that they did not ask why I didn't eat any of the fries. The ambience did remind me of a small bistro in Paris without all the smoke :)"
Dined on 6/6/2014
great variety of very good fish
dishes. excellent desserts too. will be going back to try other dishes"
Dined on 5/25/2014
I have been looking forward to
trying this restaurant and was felt it was only so-so. The menu looks so interesting but the actual food was over cooked and lacked interest in both flavor and appearance."
Dined on 5/22/2014
Always delivers a great dining
experience! Food is consistently wonderful and Chuck is always a great host!"
Dined on 4/25/2014
Got seated after waiting for the
hostess for quite a while, but got the best seat by the open wall on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Unlimited Mimosas $18 yum, and good food. Service could have been better, but the live jazz and good drinks made the day!"
Dined on 5/11/2014
As always it was a wonderful meal.
The fish is very fresh as are all the menu items. We bring friends here when we can, as we did the other night, they really enjoy it as well. Live (local) musicians play a few nights during the week. It's not loud, it's enjoyable. Make a reservation."
Dined on 5/10/2014
Early Bird special a big draw
especially because it included a glass of wine. However, we had to request the early-bird menu as the waitress did not immediately give it to us. We appreciated being able to sit for hours even though the restaurant got crowded. Also very nice to have the owner come over and chat."
Dined on 5/8/2014
we had a fabulous time dining at
Le Pescadeaux the other night. The food was wonderful, the service was attentive. But beyond that, the atmosphere was warm and friendly, like being welcomed into a home of a close friend. The owner personally welcomes all his guests and makes the rounds to all the tables. He sings Happy Birthday to those celebrating and personally delivers their dessert! There is a lovely jazz band with wonderful music. This is a rare treat and a wonderful find. Book a reservation, NOW!"
Dined on 5/6/2014
Not sure what happened to the
braised octopus - it doesn't taste the same as before."
Dined on 4/30/2014
A bit pricey, but good food.
Definitely going back."
Dined on 4/26/2014
Spouse and I saw this resto on
GoogleMaps as being near Four Points hotel, where we were staying. Open Table reservation worked well, and then, when our evening plans changed, resto graciously changed our reservation to an earlier time, and gave us a really nice, large table. Food was wonderful: whole dorado for me, squid linguini with seafood for spouse. We split the roasted cauliflower side. Appropriately sized, filling portions. Perfectly cooked fish. We have eaten in some of the most well-known and pricey seafood restos in Manhattan. This was a nicer experience than those 'five-star' places with celebrity chefs."
Dined on 4/26/2014
Le Pescadeux provides a warm and
intimate but dynamic bar and dining experience. Robin welcomes you with her hospitality and it all goes on from their. The live music brought the whole vibe together."
Dined on 4/23/2014
We eat here as often as possible.
The food and service are very good. The music on certain nights is a plus as well. "
Dined on 4/19/2014
Really fabulous food - and low-key
for this level of food (ie not stuffy!). Easy to feel at home here and so many great tastes to explore."
Dined on 4/18/2014
I had dinner on Friday with 3
friends and I can highly recommend this restaurant. The owner / manager was very friendly and a charming man and clearly very enthusiastic about his restaurant. The food was superb - I had Dorado fish which was exquisite and all my friends said their food was excellent too (ranging from meat to fish). The ambience is lovely too and service is attentive but not over bearing, you were made to feel that you could have a relaxing evening without being overtly disturbed. This is a really lovely local SoHo restaurant and a real gem. It's not overtly flash, it's a perfect neighborhood restaurant that combines great food, atmosphere and service to provide a really memorable evening. I will definitely be coming back."
Dined on 4/4/2014
We eat here often and always enjoy
the food, service and atmosphere. The fish is fresh as can be."
Dined on 3/28/2014
Given all the great reviews, I
expected to find a little neighborhood gem. What I found was little and neighborhoody, but I don't think I could certify the 'gem' part of that. It's not that it was bad; it was simply unremarkable. When we arrived around 7:30, almost no one was there, but within 30-45 minutes, the crowd picked up and the room was close to full, giving it some better energy as the night went on. The wait staff was attentive and friendly and never made us feel rushed in any way (a peeve of mine about NY dining.) The food...meh. The Bouillabaisse was probably the best item we ordered. The fish duet not so much (sadly). Tuna was flavorless; salmon better. So it was just ok...and you can get 'just ok' in lots of places."
Dined on 3/27/2014
Perfect spot for our night out
with friends. Our group of 6 enjoyed fresh oysters, crab cakes and calamari to start then dove into delectible main courses. Top billing goes to the house special (scallops) and to the paired fish dishes (tuna and salmon were partiular favorites), but the steak frites were also a hit for the land lubber in the group. Delicious desert shares and after dinner drinks followed to cap off the night. The fabulous food was matched by the casual but sophisticated ambiance. The lighting is perfect and the decor (especially the paintings) strike the perfect downtown vibe. The owner, Chuck, makes everyone feel like an honored guest. We will be back - for either a casual night out downtown or for a special occasion."
Dined on 3/22/2014
Highly recommended, especially
when the Diane Sweet Trio is in the house. Great food, very intimate setting, perfect ambiance."
Dined on 3/12/2014
We had come to the restaurant
after being here for dinner several months ago. At that time we had some wonderful fish, especially the calamari. This time the service was mediocre at best. While the restaurant is very cute and seems like a good neighborhood place,many of the offerings on the menu were not available. The banana bread was really nothing special. The breakfast of eggs with meat or fish also just missed. I would not recommend this restaurant."
Dined on 3/16/2014
After being tremendously impressed
by this place on our first visit, we were disappointed by a return for brunch last Sunday. The menu was far more limited than the dinner offerings, and several of the things we most wanted -- calamari and crab cakes especially -- were not available. The room was too cold for comfort, and we ended up eating with coats around our shoulders. Service was indifferent at best (unlike our first experience there), and the jazz combo was so loud that conversation was difficult. I'll probably give the place one last try -- definitely at dinner -- but at this point I'm skeptical."
Dined on 3/16/2014
Popped along on a Wednesday night
and atmosphere was still buzzing. Live band playing some nice tunes. Food was superb - loved the fact that for the main courses you pick 2 half servings. More chance to try more great food. Well worth a visit."
Dined on 3/12/2014
What started off badly but ended
well. We arrived on time for our 8 p, reservation for 6 persons. Unfortunately, the table did not. It was about 40 minutes before we were seated. The management was appropriately apologetic, offered us seats at the bar and half-priced drinks. However, it was not very comfortable. when we were finally seated the table was a bit small and hard to get to the seats. However, everything turned better when we started ordering and eating. The food was outstanding with a very interesting menu. I had an appetizer of roasted squid in a sauce that included the ink, and it was delicious. Others claimed the same about their food. Overall, I would return and recommend it, but I took off a rating point for the long wait."
Dined on 3/8/2014
Loved the food and ambiance and
service. We will go back to this beautiful place with exquisite food in a great part of the village."
Dined on 3/2/2014
The waiter was good but he needed
help. He was tending the room with a few servers. The host is gregarious and fun. The fresh oysters were great. For the main courses: one order of tuna was cold, both orders of cod were slightly mushy, one order of the bass was overcooked and mushy. The salmon and octopus were excellent. Desserts were average. The caramel bananas were too sugary, the syllabus was sweet and not noteworthy excerpt for the champagne gelee. The coffee tasted old. At $110 per person with a bottle of wine and tip, not worth it."
Dined on 3/1/2014
My friend and I were having a
great NY Day with plays, shopping, wandering around. We knew we were going to end up in Soho for dinner and we thoroughly enjoyed Les Pescadeux. Service was warm and welcoming, we arrived at 5:30 as they were opening for dinner and when we left at 7:30 they were almost all filled. We will definitely be back!"
Dined on 3/1/2014
First visit - we will be back.
Wonderful seafood - the duets provide a opportunity to try two great dishes. Small place, we dined early before train back to DC, but nice ambience and friendly staff. Yes, NYC, know you're cool, but you are really so much nicer than DC in customer service."
Dined on 3/1/2014
Pescadeux is a gem. Outstanding
food. I had octopus salad (sensational convergence of flavors and textures), followed by bouillabaisse (as good as I have ever had). Wife had Clam Chowder which was perfect starter on very cold night and Tuna Au Poivre which she loved. Side of Brussels Sprouts were delicious We will be back.."
Dined on 2/28/2014
This was an excellent restaurant.
We both enjoyed everything we ordered. The menu had many choices (including non-fish selections) but is really for people who like fish and seafood. I especially liked the Fish Duets selections. It was a great way to try several different dishes in one meal. Also the owner came to our table and spoke with us. We felt like regulars and it was our first visit but definitely not our last!!!!"
Dined on 2/22/2014
This is a pleasant restaurant to
spend a good part of the evening. Music on nights during the week add to the allure. We eat here as often as we can."
Dined on 2/19/2014
We had a wonderful meal at Le
Pescadeux. We both had the "specialty fish duet" and each of us chose two different types of fish, so altogether we sampled four…and all were delicious. We will definitely be back."
Dined on 2/19/2014
I proposed to my fiancee at this
restaurant. I asked to do a special surprise table setting, and the owner, Chuck, enthusiastically allowed me to bring my own flowers and candlestick holders to the restaurant. When I got there in the afternoon to bring the table setting, a waiter, Steve, took the items from me. When I arrived later on with my soon-to-be fiancee, Chuck and Steve did a great job maintaining the surprise. Everything went well, and Chuck brought out complimentary champagne. We both loved the live music. It turned out to be the perfect place for getting engaged, and we both plan to go back to Le Pescadeux!"
Dined on 2/14/2014
Warm, friendly, not your usual
"decorator" motif...more of an eclectic seafaring atmosphere. Outstanding, creative delicious food served by a friendly wait staff...John Luka...fabulous, attentive, prompt in answering concerns. The host Chuckie....fantastic singing voice...as he song H.B. to me! We were seated at the "Captains Table" which is on a slight platform so we had a birdseye view of the patrons all around us. Very friendly couple seated next to our table have been going to L.P. since its previous location.. I can see why. Can't wait for the summer when they open the front windows to the neighborhood! We will absolutely go back!"
Dined on 2/8/2014
Found Le Pescadeux by location and
reviews from Open Table users...Thank you! Starting with the friendly smile at the door, all the way through espresso. The menu has something for everyone, the three of us all had the "duet" we were able to pick two of the fish/seafood items...all 6 were great. We shared, and I do recommend, the brussels sprouts with apples and bacon. Nice selection of wines completed the experience. We are looking forward to returning soon."
Dined on 2/1/2014
Recently I had important friends
pay a visit to NYC. They are sophisticated diners and definitely know a good seafood restaurant from a run-of-the-mill one. They were extremely impressed with every facet of their dining experience at Le Pescadeux, from the excellent service to the quality menu. The wine list is varied to fit any palate, the special "duet" menu allows for diners to have two different seafood selections (a novel and winning concept), and to top it all off, the owner was very gracious and displayed a delightful wit. Oh, and the flourless chocolate cake was the best I've ever had. Thanks to Le Pescadeux, I scored major points with my friends! Le Pescadeux is now on their short list of best NYC restaurants."
Dined on 1/26/2014
As always, we had an enjoyable
meal. The food and service are very good. The owner makes it a point to stop at all the tables to make sure everything is fine."
Dined on 1/18/2014
The oysters are fantastic.
Delicious food and ambiance."
Dined on 1/17/2014
What a lovely neighbourhood
restaurant. For some reason it was not packed the Sunday night I was there, but competing with Golden Globe and a neighbourhood restaurant having its closing party, it made more sense. The staff is very cute, helpful and attentive. The music played was perfect and the seafood platter I ordered was delicious, especially the tuna tartar."
Dined on 1/12/2014
Music (blues) was outstanding.
Service at the bar was perfect. Food excellent. And very good value."
Dined on 1/7/2014
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