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Upper Manhattan, Upper East Side

L'Absinthe Restaurant

L'Absinthe Brasserie

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Le Tourment Vert

This place has a very nice decor and atmosphere. The food is very delicious and the waiter was very helpful. He introduced my wife and I to an absinthe called Le Tourment Vert. It's definitely a must try if you are here.

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Worst French food ever!

L'Absinthe really isn't that bad if you enjoy eating disgusting food and don't mind getting ripped off. I went with 5 of my friends last weekend, foolishly expecting an evening of fine dining. The menu looked very intriguing and impressive, which just amplified the level of disappointment when our food was finally served. I ordered lamb chops medium-rare, but instead got a well-done tasteless piece of cardboard. It d... view more

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Excellent food...

I love this restaurant and I'm not really a fan of going out to eat. The food is always excellent, the wine superb, the staff friendly, and the other patrons a joy. oh yeah, and the prices are reasonable! It's a great cozy place for an intimate dinner.

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A very fancy menu but the food is very normal.

I was very impressed when i read the menu. But the dish i ordered was not tasted the way the menu had described it. I'm a bit disappointed since i heard so many good thing about them.

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a true french experience

Fantastic from beginning to end. Chef Jean Michele Bergounoux never ceases to amaze us. We return again and again. He is magic with the fish and his lamb is succulent! The service is always outstanding. Why visit anywhere else in the city? This is the place to be! Take our advice - go now! Your taste buds will thank us later.\r \r Keep up the good work L'Absinthe!

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Best French Brasserie in NY

I am French and an expert on French food, I have tried many different French restaurants and cafes in NY and this one is by far the best. We went there with my husband for our anniversary and boy the experience was phenomenal, excellent food paired with really good wines, staff very courteous and knowledgeable, the chef stopped at every table to check how things were for everyone. The ambience was so French and genui... view more

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Great Atmosphere- Wonderful Service-Declicious Food

I took my parents to L'Absinthe last night for their anniversary and we all loved it! The atmosphere is feel like you are in Paris. The waiter could not have been nicer and more accomodating. My mom and I split the lobster salad and then I had the dover sole for my entree which was delicious and she had the duck. My dad has the fois gras for his appetizer which he loved then the lamb which he said was... view more

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Excellent Service. Food is ordinary but very expensive.

The service is top notch. the food lack of wow factor. for a restaurant that charges so much for food, ordinary food is unacceptable. the cook definitely needs some work.

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Snobbish Chef who only cares about their regulars. Out of towners/ tourist beware!

I heared many good things about this particular french eatery from my friend who used to live in the upper eastside. So i went with my wife last month. the food is okay but the prices is definately high even for the upper eastside. while we were there, I ordered a roasted chicken, two side orders and a bottle of red wine. Everything was fine until our waiter brought us the third side dish which we didn't order. thus,... view more

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It's a highway robbery

Nowhere near two stars. the price is outrageous. Only a true idiot will dine there. don't be fool by the parisian feel because it is not.

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