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Mirabelle is a hallowed neighborhood French restaurant on the Upper West Side. It serves delicious French classics, including such hard-to-find dishes as rognons and sweetbreads. My wife aid she had the best artichokes vinaigrette she had ever tasted. i had superb rognons cooked in a mustard sauce. The service was war and attentive. I would rec commend this restaurant for all occasions.
Perfection! The restaurant was full and we had to wait a few minutes for our table but it was worth it. We are always treated as valued customers and the food is always perfection.
The food is well prepared and fresh. Nice portions.. Traditional french fare.
I thought it was very pricey in terms of the quality of the food. Bread was stale, and nothing really was outstanding in the main part of the meal.
A gem. Authentic French provincial cuisine. A knowledgable staff and low key, generally quiet atmosphere. Absolutely recommend.
As usual La Mirabelle did not disappoint. Went with friends for a birthday dinner and had my favorite, Duck a la Mirabelle. We chose an excellent, reasonably priced B ordeaux. Our server was just terrific. When she realized we were celebrating a birthday she offered us an after dinner digestif. The special tarte for dessert -- with bananas and chocolate -- was perfect. All in all, a great time!
Thank goodness for La Mirabelle!! A quiet, adult restaurant with delicious old-fashioned French cuisine. Terrific Steak au poivre. Outstanding duck. Wonderful service. A nice wine list. Yummy homemade desserts. Worth every penny!!
Woke up yesterday morning thinking I wanted steak for dinner. La Mirabelle has great steak au pointe. The steak was cooked perfectly medium and was delicious as always. My husband and I eat there on a regular and we usually have something more Gallic. The staff is friendly and helpful and even when crowded you can still have a conversation.
Classic French with an old world ambiance. It is obvious that they have long time patrons who frequent on a regular basis. Whenever we have dinner at La Mirabelle we notice the staff recognize and acknowledge regulars - many restaurants don't welcome and reward patronage with their level of attention and familiarity. They were professional and courteous to us but we are not regulars - we don't live close enough. We have had dinner here about 4 or 5 times every year for the past few years. When the weather is nice we take a long walk uptown then walk home afterwards. The food at La Mirabelle is enjoyable - good onion soup, nice house green salad, steak and whatever is the fresh fish special plus dessert tart of the day and creme caramel. We have a glass of wine each. It's a good dinner and our usual dinner choice at any French restaurant. In our opinion it is is comparable to dinner at Cafe Luxembourg which is right in our neighborhood except La Mirabelle is much more comfortable with gentile seating arrangements.
Excellent food, great service, terrific wine list. It's a neighborhood resaurant but well worth the visit.
LONG LIVE LA MIRABELLE. MAY IT NEVER BE FORCED TO CLOSE BECAUSE OF LANDLORD GREED
Enjoyable French Bistro with very good service. Can recommend the artichoke, escargots, venison and pretty much all the seafood dishes.
As usual awesome
La Mirabelle has been a favorite place for years but it becomes more pricey and the food less reliable as the years go by. I still love the atmosphere and the service though. A word to the wise: always ask the price of the specials...duh. And the desserts and wine still good.
A trip to New York is not complete without a Dinner at La Mirabelle. French food at its best and a staff that makes the food even more delightful.
Definitely one of the better restaurants on the UWS...it is traditional French fare...with really good service. I had the Gambas Provencale...delicious! And a delicious fresh fruit tart for desert. The restaurant may skew a bit older than a lot of others along Columbus and it is not "sceney' but its a great neighborhood stop!
If you crave traditional French bistro cooking in a wonderful local restaurant--this is the place to go. We live on the other side of Manhattan but have gone twice in two weeks. The problem is what to choose for dinner when what you want is most of the menu. A friendly, warm gracious place to dine.
AS ALWAYS THE FOOD IS GREAT AN D SERVICE COULD NOT BE BETTER. LA PETITE DANIELLE IS A GREAT SERVER!
Food is consistently good and the service too. Its a place where you can get good traditional French food and hear yourself talk to others at your table. Old school and traditional- hosts an older crowd. We take my Mom there a lot and she loves it. Will go back. Prices not exorbitant- but French food is always pricey when you are getting quality.
This place is just the best.
It was my birthday. My date suggested La Mirabelle. We had not been there for a few years. It was an excellent choice. The food was delicious. Service was fine. Someone goes to tables singing in French. It was a lovely evening.
A family French restaurant that's been around forever. Dependable quality. Classic French food.
La Mirabelle promises and delivers a classic French restaurant experience. Everything is professional, satisfyingly, generous , and delicious. At trendy places I oftenwhiles have wished for less pretense and more substance. La Mirabelle is the time tested antidote to such folly. A place for all occasions. Really wonderful!
We celebrated a birthday with 12 people. Great service - very attentive but not bothersome. Timing of the meal and drinks was perfect. Food was delicious and everyone was happy. Definitely a great spot for a group on the UWS.
I haven't been back to Mirabelle for many years. I frequented this place when it was close to Riverside Drive and still when it moved to Columbus. Having memories of the great asparagus vinaigrette and wanting that again I made a reservation. That particular appetizer was disappointing, as there were very few skinny asparagus and not much flavor to the scant vinaigrette but the portobello mushroom appetizer was fantastic. The sweetbreads and salmon entrees were good but a bit overcooked. The service was friendly and perfect. Because the price point for the value seems high now I won't recommend it going forward. Love the paintings! Miss the old wait staff and Anique.
The prices have increased across the board, and service seemed less attentive than in the past, not a good trend line, but the food is plentiful and good.
Our favorite place to dine in NYC. We've been going their for more than 30 years and it has always been rewarding. Highly recommended.
Disappointing compared to previous experience there. The waitress seemed to abandon us - very very slow in taking order or getting food. Then the salad was too soggy as if sitting a long time. The monkfish - their regular dish was undercooked and vegetables over cooked.
I doubt I will go there again.
I don't go to La Mirabelle often enough. Whenever I go I am impressed with the suburb quality of its traditional French cuisine, the quiet attentiveness of its staff and the always pleasurable dining experience that ensues. If you have an interest in theater, chances are you will see a couple of stalwart Broadway performers enjoying a meal there too. All in all, never a bad way to spend an evening.
Neighborhood French: Excellent meal, cozy ambiance. Crowded and noisy on Sat night. We did not sit down until 8:45. Crowd thinned, noise abated as we dined, and we were treated to a concert by our server, Danielle, singing Edith Piaf songs. She was a marvelous older woman from the south of France, whose paintings hang on all the walls. She made it an experience extraordinaire! Lovely!
This family french neighborhood restaurant was bustling on Saturday night. The hostess was extremely pleasant and professional and clearly concerned that we had to wait for our table. Once seated the service was great and the food better than ever. The last 2 times the chef has really been on. Compliments to the entire staff.
Enchanting little French restaurant, open every evening. Gracious servers, lovely food, and every once in a while you'll get to hear the proprietress sing (she sounds just like Edith Piaf)!
The rack of lamb and the escargot were marvelous. Great martini, and a wide selection of wine.
We dined on a Saturday evening. The restaurant is beautifully presented. It’s appealing with a warm, inviting ambiance. We were seated immediately as we had a reservation. The food was delicious. Our waitress was lovely but very busy. It really was a fine experience overall. One of the waitresses has a beautiful singing voice and sang a beautiful French song to a woman there celebrating her birthday with family. Lots of fun!
I had a birthday dinner here with six people. We all really enjoyed it. The atmosphere is very like a French provincial restaurant -- the waiting staff are mostly older ladies and it's pleasantly unpretentious. The food is very much traditional French cooking, no huge surprises but very well cooked, hearty and delicious. The wine list is of course very good. Three of us hd the bouillabaisse which was terrific but the duck also got high praise. Overall a lovely evening.
The food was absolutely spectacular. Our waitress, Krystle I believe her name was, was so helpful as we knew nothing about French cuisine. She mentioned she had been there working with her family for ten years at the restaurant. You could tell.
Not only was our waitress extremally insightful but the service all around from the staff was 5 star. I don't usually frequent places like this but I would most definitely go again. I highly recommend trying this place at least once. If you have never had French cuisine or really enjoy it this is a must try in the area.
The wine list is great, the drinks were fantastic, and the prices weren't overwhelming.
I truly loved the ambiance...
The roof exploded when a water pipe broke.
What a valantines day.
Did not give us free drinks
Good food served by a very professional staff in a pleasant atmosphere.
Servers were knowledgeable, friendly and professional. Lovely spot . No wonder it is a neighborhood gem. We travel from the Upper East Side to go to this restaurant.
Two friends and I had a fantastic, delicious meal in peaceful surroundings. The service is excellent--not intrusive. We were quite late for our reservation (long story and I'm not recommending anyone else do that), but we were nevertheless treated with courtesy and graciousness. I LOVE how easily you can have a conversation at La Mirabelle--no loud music. Perfect for friends who want to hear one another's voices and not the din of a crowd.