La Charlotte is loosing its fine touch. Appetizers they were out of red beets so salad made with only yellow beets, heart of palms a bit gray, ginger muscles pretty good, avoid the tuns salad.
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This bistro is cozy, friendly, popular, noisy. I had to speak loudly to my companion who had trouble hearing through the noise. As we and the neighboring table were leaving, the man commented on what we were discussing at our table. I was lucky that...More
A treat to the eye as well as taste buds! Great ambience and most people having dinner there were French. The waitstaff (who also spoke impeccable French) was attentive and made good recommendations. The dishes were a work of art and the tuna and lamb...More
We were museum hopping and our concierge recommended this restaurant. We are glad we had a reservation at this small restaurant with excellent French onion soup, tuna tartare, mussels with lemongrass (excellent), and highly rated (by our table) crab cakes. A Rhone red wine was...More
Very sad to share that this French restaurant that was such a great discovery with a dear friend yeeeears ago this Dec 31st 2017 has treated me and other friends so badly. Just because we were paying the maximum gratuity with some coins, we were...More
Not much to report here. A small salad and eggs benedict cost $94. What a bargain. That was Sunday Brunch. God forbid what a coq au vin and toast would add up to. Welcome to Paris in Manhatten.
After Frick museum visit, we went for lunch at Le Charlot. We were early so we had a table, but it filled up very quickly. Atmosphere is cozy, bistro French and loud. Seemed like a lot of customers were known by the waiters. I had...More
Quick, friendly service. Comfortable. Really good food. We ate there for lunch. The three in our party each chose a different salad. Portion size was above average. Fresh ingredients. Well balanced texture and tastes. Not pricey. I would definitely go back for the mussels.
My wife and I stumbled upon Le Charlot while walking up Madison. The restaurant was starting to get busy and it looked like a known destination for the locals so we decided to have dinner there. We loved everything about Le Charlot, from the efficient...More