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About Permanently Closed - Le Paris
This restaurant is permanently closed. Formerly known as Bistro du Nord, the owner P. Laurent has re-invented the decor, food, and ambiance, creating a delightfully modern Parisian style bistro, "Le Paris." The menu offers new and improved dishes as well as the previous three course Pre-Theater Menu, served 5-7p.m. daily. The classic bistro fare includes duck confit, moules marinieres, steak tartar, grilled black angus au poivre, Kobe burger, lamb shank, calf liver, oysters, as well as a tempting fromage du jour and a large selection of wines by the glass or bottle at very reasonable prices. In addition, you can prepare your own fish or meat dishes, "simply done" with a choice of sauce and garnitures. At "Le Paris" you will feel transported to a romantic riverside table in Paris, complete with strains of music francaise and twinkling candlelight - a truly memorable dinning experience.
New York, NY 10128
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 11:00pm; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
92nd & 93rd Streets
$30 and under
Catering options are available.
6 train to 96th Street.
Private Party Facilities:
A fee is charged for the rental of the site and meals are offered according to budget per person.
Private Party Contact:
Patrick or Carmen: (212) 289-0997
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Delivery, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Le Paris - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
I had the Salmon and string beans and that was the best Salmn I ever had. My husband's steak had a good flavor but he said it was difficult to cut and chew. The salad was quite delicious, too. The service was excellent; we would eat there again...for the Salmon.
I went for Valentine's Day with my wife to this restaurant. It was our first time at the restaurant. It is a small restaurant with a cute layout. The food was good but over priced in my opinion. The waitress gave great food recommendations. We took our own bottle of wine and there was a small corking fee of $20.
Le Paris is a neighborhood French restaurant that is neo bistro in atmosphere and menu. I say neo because it is a small place (bar and a few tables street level, more tables on flight up) with a modest but comprehensive menu and daily specials which are usually the way to go (but the pre fixe menu is the cheapest way to go). The service is exceptionally friendly and a single diner will feel comfortable here.
Liked most of it.
I wish the dishwasher was awake that day. Fish-smell wine glass and dirty plates ruined the whole experience of the restaurant. Also, we ordered medium-rare but they cooked to super well-done. these are critical mistakes a restaurant can make.
Well, although we've eaten there many, many time, we hadn't been there in about a year. I was excited to look at their menu on Open Table, noticing they had seemingly changed it back to what it was a few years ago when it was a great place. Well. The menu on Open Table was an old one and in fact the menu Friday night is exactly why we stopped going.
I'll say the Onion Soup was good (not great mind you) and I had it with the minute steak from the pre theatre menu, which was horrible, embarrassing for a restaurant to serve. My wife's dinner was equally forgettable.
In addition, they've taken their by the glass Red wine prices up to the $14-$16 range, very pricey for what the place is.
We won't be going back. Too bad.
They have a lot of new staff so obviously working out the kinks.
The atmosphere has changed from a serene neighborhood dining place to a bit more frenetic including the music...my issue with them at the moment is that they did not give me Open Table credit...over all still a good neighborhood restaurant.
Went to this place for a brunch date. The food was amazing the service was a bit strange due to the fact that one waiter kind of just dropped off a cappuccino at our table and walked away. He didn't even ask who it was for. We had to call over another waitress to make sure it was a cappuccino and then we had to switch drinks to get our order right. It was unnecessary extra work. Our food took quite a while to get to us and our server kept forgetting things we had asked him for. Which is understandable since it seemed to be busy. Overall everything was good and the atmosphere of the place is nice.
Generally charming and welcoming but upstairs is always too crowded, hot and noisy. On this evening, the fabulous front downstairs table they saved for us (and I had requested) would have been too cold whenever someone entered so we sat upstairs. The entire place was jumping with noise; the table next to us had drunk and were so loud it overpowered the room, and the young seemingly inexperienced waiter seemed not to have his act together. The place was so hot we ate very quickly once we got our food and raced out. This is generally a favorite neighborhood place but winter night make it too uncomfortably claustrophobic.
My parents and I stumbled upon this place about 4-5 years ago and every time they come out to visit me from California, they like to come here for lunch (because my dad says its the best onion soup ever). The food here is great (except one time I had mussels that weren't very good) but the service is just lacking. We always just ignored the service because the food was so good but this last time it may have been enough for us to rethink us going here again. Our server was not friendly and made many mistakes on our order to the point that two people were waiting for their food while our other two people had no choice but to begin eating because it was getting cold. And then by the time one of the redone meals came out, it still wasn't right. But instead of asking if she could fix the issue right away (she went to go double check with the kitchen I guess if we really were telling the truth) she waited about 5-10 minutes and then came back and asked if we wanted it redone again the correct way (and the way we had asked for it to be done the first and second times...) it just became so aggravating. There are plenty of other amazing restaurants on Madison and on the same block - but it is a shame that their servers aren't more professional and friendly because even though we didn't frequent there often we were loyal patrons.
Delightful meal on a busy Friday night. This was our first time and we all had the duck entree, which was outstanding. Service is very good and appreciate it that they bring the wine bottle to the table for "by the glass" to make sure you are getting what you order . Busy but friendly. Highly recommend.
Under new management, this old standby (formerly Bistro du Nord) delivers delicious food at reasonable prices. It's truly a little slice of Paris right here on the UES. For appetizers, we had the house made burrata, which was wonderful and some salads which were tasty. 3 of us had the lamb shank, which we all loved. One had the calves liver which he deemed the best he had ever had. Desserts were amazing. The tarte tatin and the chocolate cake (can't remember what they called it) were outstanding and plenty for us to share. Service was great, too. We wanted time to visit and didn't want to rush through dinner. They respected that. Overall, super place. Highly recommend if you want a lovely, casual evening.
Very French with very good food and enjoyable ambiance. Able to hear my lunch partner without straining. In the spring, particularly enjoyed the small table in the front window. The menu is French but with Lenny of choices. Everything from snails to grilled tuna was great.
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