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.”
“Thank you for a lovely dinner for my mother's birthday. The food was excellent as always.”
“Fabulous veal medallions in the morrell sauce! What a beautiful restaurant, preserving the French tradition of great food and civilized dining.”
"@hungrymerchant Is this a night out tradition for you?"
""The last time we ate here, I ordered ______.""
"@tirth_nyc Oooh, how'd you like Fish in the Dark? #datenight"
"@DennisBasso Was that lemon meringue pie?"
"@kriskoeller Which cocktail was that?"
Classic French dinning and cuisine at its best. Tuxedoed staff, excellent food and a great atmosphere without the decibel levels associated with many New York restaurants. Whilst not light on the wallet certainly worth the price. If you are thinking ...
We visited for a management team dinner. We used the private dining room at the rear of the restaurant. The food was excellent and close to what one might expect in France. Well priced and extensive wine list with great service. Will return.
Sometimes, it's great to spend money - as long as you get value for it and a nice experience. Six of us dined at Le Perigord the other night and all left feeling full, happy, and well looked after. We all got the $75 prix fixe - appetizer, main cours...