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.”
"@prplehaiz Ooh! When's the next date night? "
"@GJPags Fabulous! We'd love to welcome you to our table sometime! #magnifique"
"@GJPags Fabulous! Are you a fan of French cuisine as well?"
"@GJPags Lovely! Any favorite French reds? "
"@JmeNash Yes!! "
Great food and very attentive service. Enjoyed the veal kidney the most. They also carried bottles of French microbrew, which was an eye-opener.
This restaurant is a bit of a throwback, a bit of a time warp back into the 1970s. The decor is outmoded...and yet...that is part of the charm. The food is excellent, and the service courteous and traditional. The Lobster Thermidor stood out, w...
My parents used to take me there as a kid. Their food is as good as ever. Their beef is to die for - why can't other restaurants provide the same quality food and service?