They closed permanently so we paid for an uber to go all the way there for nothing. Your services needs to be more on top of things like this
reliable neighborhood French bistro with excellent food
The overall dinner was good, however, the fish entree was not fresh.
Service was fine, ambiance is good.
Not garlicky enough for a restaurant that purports to be Provencal cuisine.
This restaurant is an old favourite that caters to Greenwich Village locals. The food is standard French bistro, always tasty, reliably good; the ambiance traditional French country style; the service friendly. Their pre-theater menu is especially good value.
there were 3 of us and we all order the same dishes and they were delicious and the portions were just right, the goat cheese croquettes were way too small and only 4 on a plate, they should of gave us 6 so each of us could have 2 each. Keep up the great food and hope u last another 40 years.
Have been going to Cafe Jacqueline for years and have never had a bad meal or experience. Easily my favorite restaurant of this ilk in the Village/Soho area. Def on the Real !
Great food, good atmosphere, a lot of profesionalism. Very good restaurant.
CJ advertises that it has been in existence for 30 years--and it feels like it. The best part of our experience there was the waiter. He was excellent, but nothing else was. The glass of wine was fine, the martini not (avoid). At 8:00 on a Friday night there was one other two, the rest of the restaurant was empty and stayed mostly that was until we left. A very strange feeling....The bread was fine, the pasta okay, the mussels not. And the bill without dessert but with tip was over $100. We won't be back.
Excellent dinner with friends. Delicious food, charming ambience, caring service.
A perfect little gem - we stumbled over it by pure luck - their meat was excelent and the service was perfect
We were able to take advantage of a prix fixe meal: an outstanding value. We were pleasantly surprised to find that the portions were not smaller despite the value. If you are in the city between 5 and 6:30, you can't find a better dinner than this.
If you are looking for authentic French cuisine with a quaint, rustic ambiance and fantastic service Chez Jacqueline should be on your list. The onion soup, trout almandine, & the daube nicoise were standout items :)
We met friends from DC and had drinks at the bar our table was ready on time . The service was professional, the food was very good in addition to an interesting menu the specials were great.
A good meal for four with appetizers and dessert, meat and fish specials were both excellent. They had menu items that are rare, and authentic.