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.”
"Especially when you're enjoying it with us."
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This was where I had my birthday dinner whilst we were in NYC last year. It was a great choice as the food was excellent and the service outstanding. I ordered the duck a l'orange which was theatrically and skilfully carved at the table. Both the per...
Very nice restaurant with tasty meals like in France. The desserts are awesome, and I specialy recommand the soufflé tous parfums.
We ventured to Le Perigord for a quiet night out. The restaurant is known for the finest dining and a United Nations crowd of dignitaries. The ambiance and service was a throw back in time. It was very old school is the finest sense of the meaning. T...