When I first arrived at the restaurant, there was no one there to greet customers. I waited for 10 minutes before someone came to seat me. Unacceptable.
Although the restaurant was very crowded, we were seated immediately. The noise level was such that we could converse easily. Service was excellent; food met expectations.
Service was very good, my friend liked her vodka martini and said her swordfish steak was excellent. My margarita was very good, escargot excellent, the snails tender and the sauce, which makes or breaks the dish, perfect. But my almond crusted filet of sole only fair. It was not cooked through. I took half of it home and my dog loved it. The chef should -- I know he/her won't -- try the fish at Lusardi's on 2nd Avenue between 77th & 78th. The kitchen there really knows how to cook fish. Would I go back? Of course, I like the place, but I wouldn't order the sole again.
Very nice dinner with friends. Seating was a bit tight but we had a very nice waitress who helped make the evening nice.
Food excellent, did restaurant week dinner menu
Service very slow, dinner took 2 1/2 hrs and restaurant not busy
This is one of our favorite neighborhood restaurants. The food and service are excellent and the location is charming. Very unpretentious and down to earth. And don’t miss dessert which is all homemade at the restaurant.
Birthday. A regular spot
Consistently good food....service can be spotty however.
Le Steak has the best escargots in nyc. This is the go to place for snails! The rest of the menu is mostly Italian but nonetheless very good. My friend and I requested a table in the window, which we got and it was lovely to see New Yorkers walking by our cozy window perch. The service was very nice despite the fact that the restaurant was packed.Beats
Four of us met for a friendly get together lunch. We sat at a window table, which we had requested. It was light and pretty, and the restaurant was comfortably warm on this freezing winter day. Our waitperson was attentive, very charming and helpful when we questioned her about the choices. The meal was delicious. I had the filet of sole in an almond crust on a bed of spinach; the fish was succulent, and the portion was more than ample. My husband had the swordfish on a bed of spinach and mashed potatoes. He said they were the best potatoes he had ever had, and the fish was perfectly cooked. Our two friends each had the lunch special, onion soup and the perch, which they enjoyed throughly. This has become one of our favorite, if not the favorite restaurant, and it is in our neighborhood! Who could ask for anything more? Oh, and the Pinot Grigio, which two of us had, and the Merlot, which the other two had were very fine.