[5/5, New York, NY] We were looking for a place to have dinner and just searched around Greenwich Village. Came across this super highly rated place on Google Maps – did not disappoint at all.
Bread was hot and butter had a nice touch of salt. Smoked duck breast was okay – was curious how this tasted so we just ordered a portion. French onion soup, octopus and beef tartare were all amazing. Topped it all off with a perfectly cooked medium rare Chateaubriand. Will come back.
Beautiful little place, pretty decor and nice French atmosphere. We stopped by for breakfast, had Eggs Norvegian and beef tartar. Food was fresh and delicious, but that pistachio dessert was out of this world! Service was kinda slow, it felt like we waited for a hot minute for almost everything but it wasn’t overly annoying because we were busy with conversation.
toast and onion, and was gorgeous
I came here for my birthday weekend to have some french onion soup. My husband ordered the Basic egg for brunch and, while simple, it was well executed: fluffy savory egg, well toasted bread and delicious prosciutto.
My french onion soup had a perfect mixture of cheese, toast and onion, and was gorgeous.
The basket with bread and butter is also delicious.
Because of my birthday, the restaurant treated me to a creme brulee, which was a really nice gesture. The dessert was sweet in a great way!
Petite Boucherie is a charming French bistro located in the heart of New York City’s West Village. The restaurant offers classic French cuisine with a modern twist, including dishes such as escargot, steak frites, and coq au vin. Guests can also enjoy a selection of French wines and cocktails.
Parisian-style cafe serving comforting French fare in a snug space with an open kitchen.