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Le Gigot

 Based on 57 ratings from across the web
Category: Restaurants, French Restaurants
18 Cornelia St # 1, New York, NY 10014




31 Reviews of Le Gigot

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Charming with good food by sumptiousny on Jun 25, 2004

The service and attention was flawless. I ordered the crab cake special which was mouthwatering to perfection (probably the best main dish that night). Everybody loved the cosy atmosphere and cuisine. I would recommend this...
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Good Value by bostock on Mar 23, 2004

We found the wine list to be affordable and compatible with what was on the menu. We started out with the homemade pate which was great. The salad with apples was delicious as well. My husband had the bouliabasse which had...
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Fab by robjack on Mar 7, 2004

Everything about this place is charming - and the whole package makes for a wonderful dining experience. If I was forced to find fault then it's the lack of French Apertifs in the bar, but I think...
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wonderful by sunflower234 on Feb 20, 2004

The food was really tastey as well. We were so happy with our experience there. I should warn though that the prices are as high as you might expect to find in a larger, more well-known place. But its worth it. Pros: Romantic,...
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Delicious by ktarrach on Dec 29, 2003

The only downside is that the tables are very close together and you can only pay with AmEx or cash. All in all, a great experience. Pros: Excellent Food, Romantic Atmosphere Cons: A little crowded, Only take AmEx . ...
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We were pushed out... by rlk125 on Oct 30, 2003

After only being there a total of 45 minutes, the check came. Five minutes later we were asked (nicely) if we could leave our table b/c the next table was waiting. Ours wasn't a small bill. They offered free glasses of champagne...
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Lush French bistro fare and a cozy setting lend flair to this Cornelia street standout. by Contributor on Aug 14, 2003

The Food Rock-solid starters among the full-flavored bistro staples include onion soup and a chevre plate that includes a piquant caper and olive tapenade. Entree standouts include the location's namesake dish, a sublime...
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No title by KenichiI212491 on May 17, 2009
Sincere bistro. I think the food is traditional french dish, but a little bit...
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excellent authentic food by jockbrown 5 contributions on Apr 2, 2009

Went to le Gigot before theater performance in West Village. Very small, intimate, friendly, knowledgeable staff. They only take cash or AmEx. Food is great and authentic french bistro cuisine. I had pate assortment appetizer...
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No title by Ben L. on Apr 26, 2008

Small French restaurant on Cornelia Street in the West Village. Perfect setting for a meal on a spring day. The cozy restaurant has only about 10 tables - serviced by a friendly and knowledgeable staff. I had the lamb and...
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