Match 65 Brasserie (formerly Paris Match)
Our enticing menu features many French bistro classics using the highest quality ingredients.
A thoughtful selection of wine and champagne, both by the glass and bottle, along with house made cocktails and a wide selection of beer combined with our friendly and attentive service has made Match 65 Brasserie a neighborhood stand out and a favorite tourist destination of many.
Lovely service- we had a great female server. Food was good. Bread not quite as good as it should be for a French bistro and butter was cold but my real complaint is with wine list. There used to be several reasonable bottles of sparking wine on menu and now there is only Mionetto Prosecco for $69. which is ridiculous as it not that tasty at $12. a bottle retail and a true champagne for $120. They used to have some Creme D’Alsace sparklings in the $40-50 range which were lovely.
Wine was a bit expensive for a glass.
lovely place; excellent food, especially the trout.
Very noisy as it became busier in the evening.
Lively ambiance, tasty French favorites excellent service exactly why it’s a repeat visit when in the neighborhood.
It was packed due to a local event and the staff did an incredible job . The salmon was outstanding . Even handled special requests nicely .
Great food and atmosphere
It was so noisy and crowded that I couldn’t wait to get out of there never to return.
Very good spaghetti carbonara! Ate there 2 days in a row and Will come back!
Good food and great service. To noisy to enjoy.
The place was very busy, so what do I know?
Service was slow so no time for coffee or dessert. We ordered the special of the day, a fish dish. We did not ask the price. It turned out to be $49! It was delicious, but not that delicious. The soup needed seasoning .
I did enjoy the French bistro style. The bread was perfect. I had the crab cake appetizer, which was ok. My friends both had salads which were delicious. The taste satin was not a true satin, but stewed apple quarters on a piece of rather dry pastry. The wine list is excellent, if pricey. I would probably try again if I were in the area.
A Paris away from Paris on the Upper East Side. Wonderfully authentic, will be back for sure.
Excellent food but definitely on the expensive side. Dinner for two without coffee, one drink each $235 inc tip.
It’s everything you’d expect out of a Parisian brassiere. Is as authentic as it gets.
The food was excellent, and the service by Marika was exceptional, especially considering the chaos of Valentine's Day--we will be back!
Great food. Excellent service. Pretty crowded, but it was Valentines Day, so not surprised
Food is always good
As always reliable French bistro. Wonderful specials daily. Not to be missed Dover sole on Tuesdays. Prices are on the high side but the cuisine is worth it. Tables are small and tight and it can be very noisy when full. Especially at night. Obviously I’m not a Millennial that likes all that.
Great service. Reminded me of France. Will definitely return.
Fantastic food, service and ambience. Can’t wait to go back. I would eat here every night if I could!
Great atmosphere.... loved the food and attentive staff.
Very good standard French bistro fare. A little pricey for this type of restaurant.
Fun very French ambiance, good food!
The prices were very high and the food average. Mussel broth was tasteless and every dish was under salted.
Only down side is the high noise level when full making it hard to hear conversations.
A fabulous us brasserie in the East 60's. Much superior Orsay which is way too loud and frenetic as well as Demarchelier, which is just overall bad... the service is terrible and the standard of the food has slipped demonstrably over the last few years.
No. There are better places. They need to upgrade their wine glasses. Tis expensive for what you get.
Nicely served good
First time enjoying Match 65 and everything from being greeted to our table to the waitstaff to the food was exceptional!
Best restaurant in the upper east side!
Wonderful experience here. Been going for years and always fresh and nice people!!
Authentic French food in a typical crowded bistro setting. If not mistaken, most who worked there had French accents. Lovely French fare, in a neighborhood w/out a lot of choices. You will be humming Edith Piaf upon exiting.
Early dinner. Excellent service and very enjoyable food and wine. It has gotten a bit pricey since our last visit.
Our favourite Saturday venue for brunch/lunch - the best omelettes in N.Y.
The only disadvantage to Match is the tables, so close together it is difficult to have a private conversation.
The staff are very attentive and the service is excellent, good wine list and delicious coffee.
We will return the next time we are in the Big Apple.
This is a real find in NYC. Great service, excellent food. Caring proprietor A neighbor restaurant in the best sense of the word.
Food is always great, and we enjoy going with friends and family.
It almost feels like you are in Paris, nice, lively bistro. Food not fancy but good.
Food was very good, if a bit pricy for bistro fare.
Wine was extremely expensive for a 5 oz glass of ok wine. However, our lovely server provided a refill for free.
I would recommend and return.
It was very good. Not the best French food I've ever had, but very good. But the ambiance and decor were a solid 5 stars!
If you can get over the French-style seating of being right on top of the party next to you, then you're golden. The food is fantastic and diverse. Depending on when you hit this place you'll either be all alone or part of the life of a communal party. The mac & cheese is a must-try (add the bacon and you won't regret it).