Cafe Un Deux Trois
We were and still are frequented by American and European theater and film actors, as well as politicians, directors, local New Yorkers and tourists from around the world. You will find many a Broadway cast and crew member hanging out after the show on any given night.
We recently had a facelift featuring enormous windows and a new color scheme.
The food while still classic bistro fare has expanded to include a variety of sandwiches, hamburgers and an extensive breakfast.
We have also added a selection of savory and sweet crepes to our dining choices.
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 4:00pm - 12:00am
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Breakfast: Monday-Friday: 7:00am - 11:30am
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We often choose this restaurant for its several French offerings, good service and location.
Mediocre food at best. Server was very pleasant but too busy to be attentive and he kept forgetting things.
My husband and I have been eating there for the last 25+ years. Service and food consistent. Best tarte tatin in the city!
Overall excellent! Good service ! Good food! Great for pre and post theater.
The food was excellent. It was really loud but a fun atmosphere.
It’s the perfect pre theater spot. Dodd is consistently good and delivered efficiently and without fuss. Onion soup, steak and fries, endive salad w/Gorgonzola, roast chicken are all standards and good. Not 5star food but super convenient and good value for the price.
Excellent food, very fair prices in the heart of NY theater district.Service is good considering how very busy it is. waiter was very attentive. Beside the regular menu they have a fixed price option which is very reasonable.
We had a fantastic pre-theater lunch. The soups and salad were delicious, the restaurant was busy and cheerful, and the service was excellent.
My husband and I enjoyed lunch for his birthday. The desserts and appetizers are excellent. The main courses were a little disappointing with French fries and cauliflower that weren't very hot. The atmosphere is fun and it makes me miss Paris.
Food was substandard but service was great and it was busy.
LOUD, LOUD AND LOUDER. Good good but oh so noisey.
They know how to get you to theatre feeling good
Ona is a great server
Great pre theater dinner! Quick and attentive service. Great menu with lots of choices and all price ranges. The food was delicious. Recommend the pate and chicken crepes. Fries were crispy and great. Got to the theater with time to spare.
Good food, good service the waiter was very attentive and polite.
The service was good however there are a couple of things they can do better. Food is delicious but options are limited and they do not allow adjustments or changes to the food also, my daughter wanted a lemonade and they were not willing to prepare one for her. Dessert menu is limited to three options, chocolate mousse, sorbet or cheesecake. The mousse was watery.
Good service — food is nice but nothing amazing — good pre theater fare.
Going to a Broadway show, ordered off the price fixe dinner menu. Food, presentation & value were all very good. With a 5pm reservation, we arrived on time, were seated & served at a nice pace. Never rushed. Finished about 7:30pm & walked 5 minutes to the theater. Will go there again when in the neighborhood.
This longstanding Theater District restaurant never fails to satisfy. Which makes it one of our 'Theater' restaurant selections. Quality food, great service, good value. Can't go wrong... ever!
Once again we headed back to Un, Deux, Trois, the noise capital of the world. As I sat facing my talkative wife, I kept thinking, "I wonder what she's saying." Now, it's possible that the folks at the next table, which were close enough that we should have exchanged email addresses, could hear her, but alas, I could not. It's always been like this. So, you might wonder, why on earth do we keep returning?! It's the food!!!! The totally delicious food!!!! My wife again had the calves liver (with mashed potatoes and carrots) and still raves about it. "The sauce!", she'll say out of the blue, and I know what she's referring to. Everything I've ever had here has been fantastic and I have no doubt this will continue to be the case. Possibly the next time we come, we'll each bring megaphones. No, too tacky. We'll pass notes back and forth!
A little too loud for me, but I love it. I'd go back again and ask for a table in a quieter area, which they did do.
Always dependable.... Alejandro was a terrific waiter..THE
I went twice in one week! Had pre matinee onion soup, escargot w my tri-state pals before our 3pm show. And a bottle of merlot blended for un deux trois!! Manifique!
This was our 2nd time to dine with you. Best fish & chips ever and excellent Caesar salad.
The best spot for pre/post theater meals, particularly pre-matinee. They are experienced and get you in and out in a timely fashion, and the food is always good.
They know how to get the job done. Convenient, tasty, quick pre-theater option.
had the goat cheese, spinach & mushroom crepes. delicious!
Chosen for its location to nearby theater, it was an excellent choice. Friendly staff, Almost aParisienne ambience and excellent food. Great onion soup, a wide menu selection and dessert selection. Prices are more than reasonable given it's location. A great place for pre theater dinner. Be sure to make a reservation though as it fills up fast.
Always a favorite, always delicious, we know we’re in for a treat at Un Deux Trois!
Great standard in the theatre district...perfect for pre and after a show...excellent choice for lunch and a great brunch
The only downside was the noise level. Very loud, but quieted down once people started leaving for the theater. The owner came around to every table and talk to the customers. When we were leaving, he invited us for a glass of champagne which was very elegant. A very classy gentleman. We will return!
I have been coming here for a long time, so I was surprised to have a less than wonderful meal. I asked for a well done burger, it arrived after a long wait, pretty much raw and cold. Sent it back and again after a long wait it arrived burnt and hockey buck like. No one around to get ketchup. I wasn’t going to send it back again so I got thru it. Well done shouldn’t mean burnt beyond eating. Our waiter never even asked about it. Never came round at ALL except to bring a dessert menus and the bill. Should have gone to a regular diner since that’s all This place is, would have gotten a better meal at the Red Flame down the street.
Dined pre-theatre. While our waiter was pleasant and attentive, the kitchen was slower than I would expect from a theater district restaurant. This led to some scheduling anxiety on our part-which certainly hurt the overall experience.
Delicious - as usual - Restaurant is in a great location and prices are reasonable (for NYC)
Still a great deal for theater. As usual very noisy but they get you in and out and food is tasty.
My wife and I, along with our two guests wanted a quick lunch prior to a Broadway play. What a pleasant surprise. We will go to the Café again in the near future.
Eggs Ben were less than room temp. Restaurant was not busy at all. Won't go back.
Marvelous atmosphere, great waiters, good food. Very cheery over the Christmas holidays.
Service was good. Menu was varied and appealing. Will come again
I only recently got back to this spot after a long stretch of other theatre eating and I’m so glad I did!! The friendly staff, onion soup & everything else on the menu is a perfect spot located right in midtown/Times Square.
Lovely atmosphere, old world feel, very New York, such a pretty place to spend New Year’s Day brunch with family. No television-yay!