It turned out to be restaurant week which was a great surprise. We all had the prix fixe; the duck was perfect.
I was so disappointed, having been a fan of Mirabelle for a long time. We were a foursome,
a wedding was taking place, the service was horrendous. We were advised that they could not
accommodate us with 4 prixe fix dinners as there wasn't enough time. We allowed two hours for the dinner before show time. (8 pm at SB). I have never been advised to NOT order a dinner due to the staff not able to get it to us in time. Noise was horrible. Waiters running all over the
place, broken wine glasses at the doorway upon leaving. We had to wait for the clean up. I have
never experienced such a disorderly restaurant. I hope Guy reads this as I'm sure he would not
approve! Regards, Jeanette Reynolds
It's hard to believe that Guy Reuge is still associated with Mirabelle. In the old location I have had some of the best culinary experiences of my life. On Saturday the experience was terrible. There was a complete lack of caring at every level, from the people we checked with, to the server and her complete lack of knowledge, to the mediocre food. Several of our dishes came out at room temperature. I will never go back ! Did the Lessing's just buy the Mirabelle name. I find it had to believe Guy Reuge would allow this to happen if he were still involved.
Excellent food. Service is slow. Still worth the trip.
Normally I love this place, but I met a few of my girls here for a get together and I made the reservations well in advance, they sat us at a crummy table by the kitchen, the waiter couldn’t be bothered with us my friend had to ask if we could please order and the food was very sub par. I raved about this place and was embarrassed that I suggested that we go there, definitely won’t be going back too expensive for just okay.
Good food, particularly the branzino, but service lately has been amateur
My all time favorite brunch place The food is great and so is the service - but if u want a table for 2 you will not want to be next to a private party The chocolate fountain rocks!
I think the food at the Three Village Inn is pretty good and is a value. They definitely need to train their staff. While everyone is extremely eager, I think more attention to detail should be paid since this restaurant is not cheap.
Their course menu was well composed. Their fish dish (main menu) was great, but their chicken main dish was below-average. The waitress who guided us to our table was very nice. However, the waiter who mainly served our menu (I remember his name was Josh) was low energy, which somewhat caused inconvenience. I overall enjoyed my time here.
We made a reservation for Sunday the 25th and the restaurant called us a night before to confirm it was for the brunch buffet specifically. So we arrive at 11am when our reservation was and it was clear they had a wedding event there. I didn't think much of it thinking they made the arrangements to separate everyone from the wedding. We sit down and are told there's no brunch today even though they told us there would be the night before. We wait 15 min for a menu which the chef was still printing out after the place opened. This menu was a price fixed menu with a 2 and 3 course option. A few minutes after getting the menu it was taken away from us and told the chef is changing and menu once again and printing more out. 30 minutes now pass and we get the new second menu and it no longer has price fixed prices for 2 or 3 courses even though at the top of the menu it said price fixed brunch. It was obviously done in a rush and they did not manage the wedding and regular patrons well at all. They couldn't even honor their mistake of giving us the original prices which would have saved us 7-8 dollars which was essentially another dish. This is incredibly unprofessional and today Mirabelle severely missed their mark. Usually their brunch buffet is great. The wait staff was excellent however and we're sympathetic and it wasn't their fault. It was a management issue. Disappointing.
As always the meal at Mirabelle was awesome. Fresh local ingredients with a flare. The service is top notch with knowledgeable staff ready to satisfy every need. We've been there with large or small groups and were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the food and the service every time.
Nice room by fire place
Service was good
Food was ok, I expected a whole more since this MIRABELLE
Great quality food, reasonable price, great ambience.
Love the ambiance at Mirabelle but my dinner was not so good. The mussels were over cooked and the pommel frites were cold. Service was iffy, they were either on top of you or non existent. Which is why I didn't send my fries back. Dined there in January and it was very good during restaurant week~ will go again but not too soon.
Kitchen is slow. I enjoyed it.
Love the restaurant food, atmosphere, and service was great! Will be coming back soon,
We were given a complimentary cocktail for our anniversary! We were seated next to the fireplace and had great service. The food was very and prompt!
Usually excellent, however, we dined during the “wedding showcase” event and the noise and traffic ruined our quiet and elegant evening. We absolutely needed to be told that there was a significant event that night when we made our reservation....we could have easily chosen another time to dine. The trout was disappointing, as were the potato accompaniment as well. This is the first time we were LESS than pleased!
Returned to Mirabelle Tavern after a hiatus. Had a bad experience last time - probably because of the craziness of the weekend - which I will now avoid. Pleasant time - seat next to the fire, what could be a finer place for nice hot bowl of soup and a hot toddy?
The service was largely non-existent. There are very few traces of French cuisine left on the menu, which is now largely crowd pleasers, sans sauces or accoutrement. The preparation is solid and the ingredients are fine but its not the Mirabelle it used to be when Guy ran it as his own restaurant. It is now a commercial B&B dining room with profitability and mass appeal presiding over gourmet cuisine. Its really a shame. It used to be the best restaurant in much of Long Island but one can not even remotely make that assertion any longer. The ambience is a tavern if one is generous and bar if one is parsimonious, not a dining room, at least at lunch on weekends, which is similarly sad.
Waiter kept trying to take my plate every few minutes. He did not seem to understand that I was a slow eater. He started asking after the second bite of my burger.
I am all about supporting local establishments But When a Place charges almost $60.00 for a burger and fries a cup of peppermint tea fish & chips and A glass of white zinfandel I Call Overpriced out right Piracy. The Service was Exemplary everything else not so much
The dining area with bar was too noisy. We had hoped to be in the Main dining room where it appears to be more formal. Service was excellent! Food was average.
The food was bland. I ordered spinach fettuccine & oysters for an appetizer. The oysters were tiny & the pasta had no flavor to it. My husband ordered lamb with a side of broccoli rabe. He said the lamb was good but the broccoli rabe had these little cubes on it that looked like sausage. The waiter had no idea what the cubes were & had to ask the chef. He then told us that it was a stuffing left over from another entree they serve.
The only delicious part of the meal was dessert.
For $150 we were had. We will never go back nor recommend this place.
Never disappoints. Food and service were excellent. We went there for Long Island Restaurant week. Great menu selection. Attentive service.
Great food! Amazing desserts . A wonderful wine list. Lovely ambience.
Lovely in every way! We sat by a fireplace, enjoyed an amazing meal and listened to a cello and guitar.
We thought the Entrees were good, as were the appetizers. It was just not the WOW experience we were expecting.
We enjoyed a very nice dinner during restaurant week. Food was excellent as was service. You will notice I said "quiet". This was because we asked to be sat in the dining room as the bar was very busy and very noisy and this was on a Tuesday evening. It could also have been happy hour if they have one. The dining room was very quiet, only one other occupied table but we enjoyed it as we were able to talk without shouting and we heard each other. The bar would have been far too noisy for us but each to their own. Don't be afraid to ask to be seated somewhere else.
Ordered the burger medium-rare. Came out medium-well. Server said they would cook another for me. When he finally returned, the meat was well done. Disappointed
Food and value was just OK, service started slow but did pick up towards middle of meal. Like the ambiance of old tavern.
Had not been for awhile. Always love the atmosphere. Food was excellent. Found more on the menu that usual. Loved the tasting menu option.
Great food. Comfortable atmosphere. Server(Natasha) was excellent
Food was good and we were seated by a fireplace on this cold night. New Years Day dinner was cozy.
Excellent food and drinks. The original glass blown windows brought back great memories for our aunt who turned 90. Love the preservation of history !
Have been here many times and always find good food however service was not up to snuff. Slow and had to ask several times for the same thing. Perhaps it was holiday time and too busy The noise level was tremendous and seating was not perfect for sure
The Tavern was not noisy for my taste and did not do justice to the food.
What a great dining experience!! Excellent food and service!! We went for a holiday dinner and we're not disappointed! Christmas Carols and great food!!
A holiday tradition that never is a disappointment ! Wonder price fix menu as well as small and large plates. This time of year the tavern is beautifully decorated and has a wonderful troup of carol era on the weekends. It is well worth a trip !!!