Le Périgord is the premiere destination for French cuisine in New York. The New York Times calls it “a French restaurant the way French restaurants used to be,” complete with starched white linen tablecloths and exemplary service from wait staff in tuxedos.
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“I used to dine at Le Perigord often in the late '70s. I no longer live in NY and miss it very much. My favorite meal was the duck. I would have it with asparagus and then the most fabulous chocolate mousse I have ever had.”
"@drue_michael Yum! Did you make that yourself?"
"@VillaMariel91 Yes, a night out is in order! We hope you'll start it with us. :)"
"@xKerriLyn So exciting! Any big plans yet?"
"@TracyCozette Sounds like a wonderful evening! Which #Merlot were you sipping?"
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Went here for mother's birthday during Restaurant Week. Mom and stepdad opted for Prix Fixe menu rather than Restaurant Week menu. On the Restaurant Week menu, I had the vegetable tart (Appetizer), roasted chicken and pot...
It is not overly pretentious but still real French serving. Had sweet breads done right and calf liver. Both good but liver on a bed of veggies not the best combo. Very reasonable wine list and menu was excellent, all the good stuff you want to find ...
Wonderful, classic French restaurant. Was looking for a great, romantic French restaurant to celebrate my anniversary, and a concierge friend of mine who works in the area recommended Le Perigord. I was sold after hearing that this was where Elizabet...