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Fax Number: (212) 355-2274

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Lenox Hill, Upper East Side, Upper Manhattan

Mon Petit Café

French Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: French, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, European, Continental

Price Range : Below Average


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Awesome food, cozy feel

I really like it here. The food is great and the feel is cozy. Brunch is $13.95 without alcohlic drinks. There nothing more one could want from a French Cafe



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First class dining

I have been lucky enough to dine at Mon Petit for several years. Mon Petit is an oasis from the chaos of the city, chain eating, faux French cuisine and bad service.
I have sent clients and friends here. Everyone comes back and thanks us for the suggestion.
Dont miss this best of breed neighborhood landmark, pinnacle of affordable cuisine and first class service!



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Authentic French Cusine

If you want authentic french cusine this is the place to go....the breakfast is amazing...everything is fresh and the service is couldnt be any better. I would definitely recommend it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Nice little French place

Went there for an anniversary with my fiancee and it was exactly what I was looking for a nice little French place. Quiet enough to be romantic without having to be in the dark (I like to see my food when I eat). Everything we had was good and I remember really enjoying dessert! This place is not for someone looking for gourmet or experimental food...
It is just good simple food in a quiet relaxing atmosphere.



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firt time... definately not the last one

I was there saturday night with a big group, 16 people. We were seated immeditely even if the restaurant was packed. Food was good and service excellent. It was my first time and definately not the last one...



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Eggs Mornay Florentine

Sitting outside you at one of the little tables can make you feel like you are really in France. And the Eggs Mornay Florentine are the best eggs I have ever had in my life. A cute, cozy little bistro, perfect during a day of shopping on the Upper East Side.



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Good Brunch with friends

I went for brunch on Sunday at noon with five of my girlfriends. The reason we chose this place was the $17.95 brunch menu.
Two of us arrived on time and they sat us a table of six right away. I think we were a bit lucky that there were three tables available next to each other that were combined. We waited another 15 minutes for the rest of the group and the wait staff didn't seem to mind that we didn't all arrive together. The wait staff was very friendly and accomodating. We had coffee and mimosas while we waited.
The coffee was good and the food was slightly above average. The eggs benedictine (which comes with smoked salmon on a croissant) were popular at our table and everyone enjoyed their meals. The restaurant was getting very crowded with lines out the door when we left around 1:30pm.



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Classic Frensh cafe

Cosy romantic French style cafe with French speaking waitresses. Good foods with great value for money.



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A real French cafe in NYC

The food always excellent; the service great. A wonderful place to meet friends on a weekend.

Always try the specials...



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Intimate, Charming Bistro!

I had been planning on visiting Mon Petite Cafe for the longest time, on a friend's recommendation. I finally made the pilgramage to the U.E.S. (not my usual stomping ground) last week and can honestly say it was well worth the trip. What I found was an intimate, charming bistro serving classic French fare and creative specials - I had the incredibly succulent pork tenderloin which impressed me no end and my friends (as romantic as it is, it's not just for gooey-eyed couples) both had the steak frites with an au poivre sauce that was out of this world! Our server was knowledgable and genuinely friendly without being over the top or intrusive. I f I had to pick fault with Mon Petite Cafe, I'd say it lies in the distinct lack of proffiteroles!!! Although, the creme brulee was pretty darn good as a substitute.

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