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La Grenouille
French Restaurant$$$$
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3 E 52nd St New York, NY 10022
3 East 52nd StreetUSNew YorkNew York10022
(212) 752-1495la-grenouille.com
$$$$French Restaurant, BarToday Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmWednesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmThursday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmFriday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmSunday Closed
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Longtime restaurant serving time-honored French delicacies in a flower-arrangement-filled space.- Google
"Everything that you would want and wxpect in a classic French Restaurant."
"The decor is lovely especially the spectacular floral displays."
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Meg Smith
4 months ago
An exquisite experience. The dining room is rich and ornate; so many old-fashioned details. Service is extremely attentive. Authentic French cuisine through and through. Dishes are classically prepared and appropriately portioned. Wine is fantastic. An indulgent treat.
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Erik Espinoza
4 months ago
Great place to take a date or your family for a big celebration. You need to make sure you are with the appropiate dressing code since its a restaurant that requires men to be with jacket or blazer.
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Doug Anderson
a year ago
ORDER QUENELLE as an appetizer as it is on the endangered species list. I love the duck. Dale the frogs legs. We have places we prefer to be seated and it makes a difference to the experience. No matter, service is great and the approach "old fashioned"........and, of course, the place is gorgeous. We will miss Charles Masson whose gentility and watchful eye made La Grenouille so special. We hope that his brother, Philippe, keeps the flame burning.
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ANDREAS Auerbach
a year ago
Wonderful location. You feel like you are entering into an other world. A wold of peace, poetry and cosiness. Wonderful menu, great service, excellent cooking!!
Bin Fang
7 months ago
We had a great experience at La Grenouille the weekend before the Hurricane started. I do not understand why the do not have a few Michelin stars. (They are so much better than Jean Georges). We were great ed and seated promptly. The decor is lovely especially the spectacular floral displays. We had the tasting menu - reasonably priced.. The amuse bouch was a taste of pea soup and perfelty made cheese puffs. We had the frois grois served with small rounds balls of granny smith apples and bits of walnuts - perfect combination of flavors. I had quennelles served topped with a generous dose of caviar and a lovely sauce. Dessert was a gran manier souffle and my husband had the chocolate... My son had the tournedos cooked perfectly medium rare. The service was very attentive and flowed smoothly throughout the meal . A bottle of Chateau Pontet Canetti 1998 accompanied the meal.. really fabulous. We would go back in a heartbeat.
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Ken Collins
11 months ago
This was a favorite spot of my best friend mom and I remember when visiting her we would end up here more than often. Now that I'm a vegetarian it doesn't come to mind but the last time I ate here the chef was quite accommodating. The atmosphere is formal. Definitely a place that is more my parents. But amazingly good.
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Hugh Bobbitt
3 months ago
Great spot for Grenouille et the souffles.
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A Clearfield
2 years ago
Some things never change—La Grenoille is one of them. So much the better, although a few of the classic dishes could probably use a whiff of innovation. A gorgeous reminder of what the best of New York was like in the 'sixties