About La Panetiere
Owner Jacques Loupiac presents a taste of Provence at La Panetiere. The cuisine is contemporary french, and the dishes change with the season reflecting upon products purchased from market-gardeners, fishermen, free-range poultry farmers, and other purveyors who deserve the respect of their authentic products.
Rye, NY 10580
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Dinner: Monday to Saturday 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Sundays:Lunch 12:00pm -2:00pm and Dinner 5:00pm to 8:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
La Panetière offers a full line of Catering Services and Special Holiday Event Offerings. From a casual get together to an elegant affair, let our experienced chefs and waiters travel to your office to handle everything from set up to clean up for a stress-free hosting experience.
Parking lot available, valet on select nights.
Metro North to Rye station
Chef de Cuisine: Dean Loupiac
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Non-Smoking
Special Events & Promotions:
Visit our website to view special events from wine tasting dinners to live music.
La Panetiere Ratings and Reviews
We have been to this restaurant many times. But, It seems to be getting a bit "tired" and needs updating. The food was good but neither great nor memorable. Unfortunately, the overall quality no longet does not justify the price.
Longstanding and wonderful classic French restaurant. The food is always consistently brilliant, evoking memories of Lutece, La Caravelle and La Côte Basque. The service is exquisite and friendly, without being intrusive. It's hard to top anywhere and in Westchester in particular.
Our party of 6 went for Christmas dinner and were very disappointed with the restaurant's lack of transparency. We were presented with a set prix fixe menu ($90), and our captain/server told us that some substitutions were available should someone have a food allergy. One alternative, a pasta with black truffles, which one of our party felt obligated to order because she couldn't eat lobster, came with a $30 supplement charge. We asked if an a la carte menu was available and were told no. A short time later, we noticed another table being given a la carte menus, and another diner nearby had the pasta without the truffles. I questioned the maitre d, who apologized for any confusion and said there would be an adjustment made to our bill. Although we weren't charged for our two bottles of wine, a lot of food went to waste as three of our party didn't care for several of the courses and we left feeling ripped off. After having many good experiences over the years, it's highly unlikely that we will return.
Dine here several times a year for the culinary experience of the 4-course price fixed menu. Offerings for each course are always a pleasant surprise and absolutely delicious. Presentation is top notch, and the atmosphere is comfortably elegant. Wait staff is courteous and efficient, assuring that water and bread is constantly replenished as needed, and used dinnerware does not linger on the table. While the price is high end, always worth the effort a few times per year.
sometimes special should actually be special. The food is great, but it's the little things that the great French restaurants get right.....the decor, the spacing between tables and the pace of service. It's not just a good meal.......it's a great experience.
The service and meal were excellent as always. I happen think chicken by and large is tasteless. Well I broke down and their chicken breast and it was excellent. While it scares me to say this but at La Panetiere I would actually order it again it was so good. This is truly one of my favorite restaurants.
Always a pleasure. This is where you go to dine in a lovely environment with very good food and good service.
We used a groupon for the 4 of us --a great value for dinner including a bottle of wine.
Although you pick your meal from a variety of appetizers and entrees, on this occasion the choices were much limited if you were allergic to seafood.
The groupon is offered regularly. It seems foolish to eat here at full price.
Very disappointing. Service was terrible. Had to get maître 'd attention to take order, they forgot our coffee - came after dessert - and it tasted awful. No one asked if everything was "Ok". Had to ask for check - long wait. Price for glass of standard Chardonnay wine -which only filled glass less than half full was way over-priced ($14).
The best thing was the soup, the entrée just Ok - wouldn't go back.
Extremely aggravating - they marked me as no-show to Open Table
For a recent birthday dinner the staff couldn’t have made it more enjoyable. Not just the “candle stuck in the dessert” routine, but other lovely birthday reminders. We were there during Restaurant Week and had that menu which was imaginative, well cooked and beautifully presented. Will go back for their regular menu. A well established traditional restaurant with a pretty French country ambience.
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