Entering the French bistrot Pardon my French in the East Village of Manhattan you will be greeted with a cup of hot red wine, boiled with orange and cinnamon. Its a perfect welcome drink for cold and rainy New York evening. So comfy and warming up:)
Not so busy on Monday night, the dinner here made me comfortable to familiarize myself with the place.
The venue is quite compact, divided into two parts – the ding area and the bar, plus an outdoor sitting patio, which is open for summer season. Casual relaxed atmosphere is supported by the house influenced music and delicious food.
The menu represents French classics with the “New York signature” top quality and presentation. I loved the Steamed striped bass with wild mushrooms blanquette sauce, served in a hot pan. Wine list consists of a selection of reds and whites from France, Italy, Chile, California and Argentina by bottle and by glass, generously priced.
The restaurant is open form 5:30 pm till late on weekdays and from 11:00 on weekends for brunch. The weekend brunch is worth to come for to try some delicious Crepes 😋