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About Le Singe Vert
The Marais is reborn in Chelsea at Le Singe Vert, courtesy of the brass coat racks, long wooden bar, distressed mirrors and wicker chairs – all antiques owner Georges Forgeois sourced personally from his travels in France and North Africa.
In addition to the allure of the authentic surroundings, Le Singe Vert boasts a unique duality as both an energetic bistro and romantic hideaway treasured by a variety of guests: Singles grabbing a bite before a night on the town, families relishing a three-course meal and enamored couples enjoying a quiet evening in a secluded corner.
The menu of classic bistro fare appeals to this eclectic crowd, beginning with enticing offerings from the raw bar, to the outstanding steak frites, and of course the decadent chilled pot au chocolat for dessert. Although always festive, “Le Singe” is truly the place to be on holidays, especially for its legendary parties on Halloween, Valentine’s Day and Gay Pride.
New York, NY 10011
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday Lunch: Noon to 4pm
Monday to Sunday Dinner: 5pm to Midnight
Saturday & Sunday Brunch: 11:30am to 4 pm
19 and 20th Streets
$50 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Please refer to our website and Facebook page for the latest information on our live musical acts.
Little Man Parking Garage at 150 West 20th street between 7th & 8th Avenues
1 to 18th Street
A/C/E to 23rd Street
F/M to 14th Street
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Le Singe Vert Ratings and Reviews
Although it was very busy the night we were there, we never felt rushed. The wait staff was exceptional: friendly and thorough.
The food did not disappoint. Soups,
Salads, and main dishes were tasty and nicely presented. The atmosphere is lively and what you would expect a bistro to be.
It was a perfect intimate birthday celebration.
Good attentive service
Nice quiet brunch spot if u arrive around noon
Scrambled eggs and bacon were very good
Green salad was just ok.
Home Fries were not good at all... everyone left them on their plate... even in other tables. It’s not so complicated to make good potatoes... would love it if u could improve that... would really add a lot.
Le Singe Vert has been a regular go to for me, but each time I go it gets a little bit more disappointing. At my most recent visit, I ordered the salade nicoise. This time less salad and cold tuna...which in the past was freshly cooked. The Moroccan meat balls were good as were the escargots. In the past I would say food was very good to excellent, but not sure I will venture back in the near future.
Food was very good. We split a good hanger steak and a great fresh tuna niçoise. The desserts were very good. Crème brûle and chocolaté panaché.
We had a very good glass of speckling rose. The place is very prettty romantic atmosphere. First date. Nice conversation for hours but not a romantic connection. I would go back. It was pricey for me $110 with tip for the two of us. I think a bit of a gem.
Wonderful evening getting together with a friend from the U.K. We enjoyed a friendly French inspired atomisphere, efficient , unrushed service and delightfully tasty, delicious food . The wine selection is excellent as well. Thank you for a memorable evening.
Overall a very pleasant dining experience. The ambience is very nice albeit a little old-fashioned. The service was excellent. My only one small complaint was that my entree was a bit cold when it's arrived although it was delicious. I chose not to send it back but otherwise it was very good
The food was amazing! The hanger steak was perfect, the wines were reasonable and dessert was delicious. Too noisy with the music blaring. Unclear what ambiance it was trying to create ... disco, health club?? It should lower the music so people can talk.
Truly wanted to like this place. It is a bistro that's just three blocks away from us. Its menu is promising, bistro-type thing(onion soup) along with more up-to-date dishes (tuna tartare). Ultimately a friend's branzino was over-cooked. My duck breast was very over-cooked (although the waitperson and I had easily agreed on rare to medium rare). My wife's... well, you get the idea. Nothing bad, but not worth a re-visit. Our waitperson was lovely, helpful; she was straight out of central casting. In any event, not a huge disappointment, just someplace that we wouldn't hurry back to
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