Benoit New York
Nice atmosphere, attentive service, and decent food. All the dishes we got were “good but nothing special”, including the skirt steak, cod, burger, corn side and fries. Would not veto coming again but definitely not first choice.
Very nice. My duck was juicy and well cooked but hardly a New York portion. My wife’s celeriac and blood orange sauce with her grouper was insipid.
service was a bit slow
A nice place to have a drink before City Center Theater performance, their bar area is quite spacious and not too crowded.
Nice selection of wines by glass, even have rare ones sold by ounce! Delicious cocktails ($17) – I had Apple on the Tree with calvados and it was truly unique.
The service was a bit slow despite not much guests at the bar.
Benoit in New York City is a classic French bistro that offers a relaxed, yet refined dining experience. The menu features traditional French dishes, including escargots, coq au vin, and steak frites. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list and an elegant interior reminiscent of a Parisian brasserie.
Alain Ducasse’s upscale French bistro, modeled after the Paris original, serves up classic fare.
- Kerbside pickup