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.
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This restaurant is a classic brasserie. The service is very good. The food terrific. Can’t beat the location if you are heading to the theater or staying at a Times Square hotel. I will certainly visit this restaurant on my next visit to New York.
Very noisy, crowded restaurant. The food was actually quite good but portions were small. The waiter was wonderful, friendly and helpful but he was clearly overwhelmed by the number of tables he had to attend to. We would not return.
Had reservations but packed for pre-theater. Seated at small table and waiter hadn’t arrived after 10 minutes so e left.
This is bistro food and I think it is excellent. If you are looking for something new and unusual keep looking. I think it is great that their menu has remained the same for years.
The bar service was a little slow the night we went but that was not our waiter’s fault.
The salad and the sea scallops I had were terrific.
This used to be so much better. Food now is average -- didn't seem freshly prepared and did not arrive at table hot. Uninspired plates. No one refilled our water or asked if we wanted more coffee. It was convenient to theatres but food is nothing to rave about it -- it once was.
it has been a while since i last ate at cafe un deux trois. used to come there often when my children were young...i don't know when and why they eliminated the paper table coverings and the crayons...missed the opportunity to play hangman while waiting for food.
food quality was adequate but not excellent...service was friendly.
it is very convenient to many theaters, so a good choice for pre- or post-theater.
Great spot for late dinner after a show. Loved the onion soup. It was just the right temperature, hot, but not scalding. Enjoyed the spinach crepe with goat cheese. Enjoy
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We went back today for breakfast!
This was our second time dining at Cafe Un Deux Trois, and it was just as delightful. The boeuf Bourginion and Poulet Cordon Bleu were delicious, as was the pate plate and creme brûlée. The servers were attentive, but not overly so. The noise level was a bit high, but it felt just like a noisy Paris bistro so it was part of the overall ambience.
This restaurant is definitely on our permanent roster of pre-theatre dining spots.
Not really our thing. A little commercial / overpriced. Food was not good. Service was fine.
The service was impeccable. We let our server know we had to attend a show and he was gracious and efficient. My friend had the salmon and I had the pasta. Both were great. The service really set this place apart. I will be back!
The s still a god re theater place, but steak frites is not a good choice. Meat was tough and farts arrived cold and not crisp. They replaced the fries and one of the steaks with boeuf Bourguignon. Steak tartare was good, as were profiteroles and flourless chocolate cake.
The service at this Theatre District stand-by has never been better: Pleasant, cheerful, professional, and able to get you out the door to your show no matter how crowded. I've eaten here any number of times over the years, and it's still one of the best bistros. Prix fixe continues to be a great value.
Food was very good and the service was even better. We were a little disappointed about the size of our table it was like a shelf. the noise level was very high disappointed
I LOVE this cafe - it's so quaint, so GOOD, and so close to Times Square and the theater district. I will be coming back here again, as I did this time! Highly recommended!
My wife and I celebrated her birthday at Cafe Un Deux Trois. We had a fantastic meal with great service.
All was good but noise level is out of site. Very good location for theater district.
Meh. Long time Times Square/Theatre staple. Good at getting you in and out. Service and food too variable
We’ve been coming to this restaurant for many years. Unfortunately, they are very inconsistent. When you are rushed to make it to the theater, you are not going to send food back for problems to be resolved. Lots of thoughtlessness and sub-par food being tossed at you. This routine is starting to get old. Between uncertain food preps and the extreme noise level, I would be hard pressed to return here. It feels more like a feeding frenzy than a well-honed cafe experience. Mediocre at best.
Café Un Deux Trois is our go-to place when coming to Manhattan for a Wednesday matinee. Food and service are excellent and prices very competitive.
We were welcomed and shown to a cozy table overlooking the restaurant - vey nice. Waiter performed with efficiency and a nice manner. Food was fine. I would go back and location is great for theater.
We had terrific Croque Monsieur and Quiche Lorraine after theater!!
I have had better food at AppleBee's. The french fries were clearly frozen without any seasoning. The steak was poorly cooked and tough as could be. My wifes beef bourguignon was bland and the potatoes were completely without flavor.
Cafe Un Duex was good but not over overwhelmingly so. I would go back but probably wouldn't go out of my way to do so. Everything was good but nothing was great.
Love this place- so convenient and I love to combine it with a night of theater
Beautiful interiors, gracious welcome. Loved our server and what an extra special touch when several servers came out with a birthday dessert for my daughter with a candle. The mussels were the best I’ve ever had. My Grey Goose martini had a bit of a different taste but I’m going to attribute that to possibly a different Vermouth than I’m used to. My only suggestion would be to change the music; why would I come to a French restaurant to hear American classic rock? Merci!
We enjoy Cafe 123 every time we come. Old-world charm but not fussy, great service and delicious food.
Wonderful. as always
Great food nice ambience but bistro noisy
Food was variable. I liked my soup, but my seafood entrée was mediocre.
The food was delicious and the staff could not have been friendlier. They knew we had a show to catch and were mindful to bring our food, dessert and check in time. This is a perfect place to meet before a show.
Best place for pre-theater dinner. They will get you seated and make sure you make it by curtain time. Food is good and there is something for everyone.
Serving staff all pleasant and competent. Food disappointing.
The food and the service was OK but the noise is deafening. I had asked for a quiet table when I made my reservation (usually have a corner table) but there was nothing available. My husband is hard of hearing so it made the entire meal very uncomfortable. I will probably go back simply because of the location but the noise level is extremely high right before the theatre.
Excellent place for pre or post theatre meal. Good food, fast and efficient service.
A reliable Theater District French Restaurant. Best dishes are those that are French, not American.
Excellent choice. Food was great, service even better, and if you needed to keep to a certain amount of time they were eager to make it happen. I have no hesitation to recommend Cafe Un Deuz Trois to anyone.
Food was fine. Took a long time which was a little surprising in theater district at a place recommended by one of the theaters.