We only accept AMERICAN EXPRESS, Personal Check, major cryptocurrencies and Cash .
Didier (chef owner)
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 1:00am (kitchen close @ 11:30pm)
1 train to Canal Street Station
What Insiders Are Saying
La Sirène has changed a bit over the last few years, but this French cult favorite in a strange part of SoHo is still pretty damn good and pretty damn authentic.
What a neighborhood gem! Took relatives here for lunch to celebrate Bastille Day, was a total surprise - a cozy place with proud and delicious French dishes, friendly and attentative services, it really made it a special day for us. We’ll be back for sure to try more dishes!
My second visit and the food was as delicious as I remember it from the previous visit. The escargot was delicious and earthy, a joy to sop up the garlic and butter with the tasty bread they provide. The watermelon, feta, and mint salad was refreshing. The filet mignon was perfectly medium rare and the rich, sauce served with foie gras complimented so well. Ile flottante for dessert was sweet and the best ending for our birthday meal. Service was attentive and swift. The ambiance was great. My only negative was a loud party nearby me the noise level quite high. Highly recommended!
Food was good but it was French Restaurant week and we felt very rushed, no break in between courses. Decor could use a little work but overall nice dinner.
Great food. Personable staff
Excellent food Every dish was sublime from app to dessert
This place has an amazing food!
We tried ravioli (they were delicious) and hanger steak. Creme brulee with the walnuts and bananas was the best I ever had!
Everything was fine, but I was expecting more based on the reviews. The food was good, but not great. I probably won't go again.
Superb meal and service from start to finish. The food was absolutely delicious and it was enjoying to watch people try and eat snales
My fiancee and I took advantage of their specials during French Restaurant Week. We weren't disappointed. The place is small and low key. The food was great. I really enjoyed my fish and my fiancee enjoyed her chicken. We would come back here again.
Awesome! Great food
Went there for their French Restaurant Week special. I ordered their watermelon salad and someone else ordered escargot and ravioli for appetizer. The watermelon salad has a strong scent of mint and feta, so if you don't like these two you might not want to consider having them. However the ravioli is AMAZING with a touch of truffle taste and the escargot is also good with the bread.
For main course we ordered all three available and their way of serving the hanger steak with garlic is just very creative---recommended. For dessert, simply order their brulee or sorbet, note that their brulee really has a strong odour of banana and if you're not a great friend of it, just have their mango sorbet like what I did!
Dined during lunch hour in French Restaurant Week with friends. Each had 3 courses for $25 + tax/tips. Good deal. Food is ok but not superb. I had the onion soup for appetizer which is too salty for me. The seared polluck is good but could be more tender. The banana brûlée is authentic and nice try for me. Service is excellent. Overall experience is good :)
Excellent french onion soup - toast was crispy , soup was tasty and presentation as expected. Banana creme brulee was delicious. Went there during French restaurant week.
We had a lovely experience the food was very good and the service was excellent.
Great food and wine.
Amazing vegetables and that’s far from my favorite food group.
Food is good snail is good but onion soup is soso
My friends were in town from Houston so I wanted to take them to a neighborhood restaurant where we could catch up properly and have good food. This was the place! It was a little hidden gem..a bit off the grid from Soho. We loved all of our dishes that we shared...escargot, mini (mini) truffle raviolis, pate and hanger steak...all prepared to perfection. The plates are a bit on the smaller side, but it was perfect for us!
Although I often dine out, seldom am I compelled to write a review, but in this case it would be remiss of me not to,
My dining experience at this restaurant was indeed memorable,
The cuisine was freshly prepared and delicious, and had a versatile menu to select from
The ambiance of the restaurant was sublime , and intimate
The the service exceptional, and the staff as friendly and engaging as one could imagine.
I intend to enjoy many date night dinners there, and highly recommend it to my personal friends, and professional colleges
What a delicious and wonderful evening we had! The seared foie grad was out of this world excellent. The filet was also terrific. The service couldn’t have been nicer and they’ll pour your own bottle of wine for only a $10 cooking fee.
One of the best restaurants in NYC
Met Tony our server and will definitely come back as the food and service was great
I chose the Restaurant because it is within walking distance to Soho shopping and to avoid the tourist crowd
This restaurant is a hidden gem with wonderful atmosphere, excellent service and delicious French food. I enjoyed every minute. I felt as if I was dining in a restaurant in a small French village. Absolutely perfect!
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this is one of the best French bistrots in nyc. it is as authentic as Paris. all food prepared carefully and even the vegetables reach the table hot.
During the week you can bring your own wine for only $10 corkage fee which makes it especially good if you are having a special occasion with a special wine (as we were doing.)
Bravo to the Chef/Owner. You have some new clients.
Amazing! From the escargot to the ravioli in truffle sauce. The duck and filet mignon. The wine! How the chef talks to you through his menu. My wife and I felt like we were back in Montmartre sitting in one of the quaint restaurants. And make sure you bring your Amex! There’s a story there and it’s a great one!
La Sirene has an authentic Bistro feel. The food is excellent. Three of us shared 3 appetizers an 3 mains. Hanger steak, Cornish hen, and seafood linguine were all outstanding, as were the escargot, sautéed octopus, and goat cheese tart.
Lovely place with excellent food and service!
Quaint and charming, small but not noisy though we happened to be there on a relatively quiet night, (I suspect this place does not generally attract a boisterous crowd as there's no bar scene to speak of), we had a lovely meal that reminded us of the charms of classic French cooking, with great attention to detail , sauces and seasoning in particular. (So many chefs seem to forget that salads need to be seasoned as well, but they didn't forget here). Prices are reasonable considering what is offered and I'd be happy to go back.
La Sirene is our favorite French restaurant in New York City. Love the bistro vibes and excellent bistro food. The service is attentive and caring. Lovely little restaurant.
The staff here is accommodating and friendly. Food is consistently good. It's an intimate bistro setting. I've been back three times and have recommended it to my friends.
We had a wonderful dinner. The service was fantastic and super attentive. The food was delicious and did not disappoint. We wish we had paced ourselves. We were so full after the appetizers and main course there was no room for dessert. Looking forward to the next visit. Highly recommend!
The food was wonderful. However, the fact that La Sirene only accepts Amex was a major inconvenience, luckily we had some cash on us.
I've been there a few times and am never disappointed! The food is fantastic. As a French girl, I'm glad I found this spot to fix my french cuisine cravings!
Very good food and service, have good wine list also , we will recommend to friends and come back soon
Absolutely loved his place!
Had a really nice meal. It was unfortunate that the bar the being rebuilt so they could not offer mixed drinks. The service was overall good and the food was very delicious and the waiters recommendations were spot on. I wasn't thrilled that the restaurant was less then half full yet no one came to take a drink order for a full 10 min. They also brought us the wrong dessert and forgot to take it off the bill, but they did then comp us a dessert for the trouble which was appreciated. Overall the service was good, not great but solid. And most importantly the food was delicious. I will def return to try more of the delicious menu.
Food was okay but overpriced. Small portions and mediocre service.