Knowing that the owners also run the cheese/sandwich shop up the street, I know that their bistro would also reflect their sense of quality and style - and I wasn't disappointed.
Moderately priced delicious experience. Mediterranean styles from its southern shores are specially featured. Ideal seating for cocktails and nibbles and for dining. Fine cheeses are served with expert care. Excellent wines that are not from the usual places. Simple fare like hamburger or macaroni and cheese made with just a little different and tasty touch. Delicious lamb shank, rack of... More
The owners of this restaurant also have Lamazou cheese shop a few blocks north of the restaurant. So, they know how to rock a cheese plate! The chicken tagging is delicious and it is nice to see an actual restaurant on 3rd avenue in the 20s that isn't lit by the din of flat screen televisions. The over-all decor is... More
We went to Bistro Lamazou based on the reviews they had in the window and recommendation of friends. We were not disappointed. We had the $19.50 brunch and it was a delightful change from the usual eggs, salads, etc. that you typically get for brunch. We started with a delicious bloody mary, not made with a mix, but individually made... More
There is a good vibe to this bistro. The sweet and genuine owners greeted us at the door and sat us at one of the banquette tables. It felt as though they were welcoming us to relax and enjoy a delicious meal and their kind hospitality. There were many tempting dishes on the menu. We went the Branzino fish in... More
Our family of 7 dined here for brunch on a December Saturday. Service was great, very accommodating especially to one of us who switched out her meal 2 times with no additional charge. Food ranged from very good (mac & cheese) to bland (chicken tanjine), to run of the mill (french toast).
Impressed with the attentive service and ambiance. My sister and I shared a chicken tangine which is one of the specialties of the house. It was good but lacking the typical spices characteristic of tangine dishes. It's a good place for special occasions and a romantic night out.
For an intimate birthday dinner, my food expectations were modest seeing pris fixe meals were offered up to 7:00pm for just $25 ($30 including a dessert course)! This 6-month old French-Moroccan restaurant, with a vibrant and glitzy decor of black and white granite, a small chic bar, and red banquettes, has appointments that include the finest napery, cutlery, and glassware... More
Bistro Lamazou is a recent addition to the Murray Hill dining landscape and a welcome one at that. Featuring dishes loosely inspired from North Africa interspersed with more traditional Mediterranean specialties, the menu is varied and extensive. A strong hint of French cooking permeates but the fare is generally light and nicely served and well finished. The tajines and the... More
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