Nice little bistro, with good atmosphere and excellent food. Close to the Met and other museums in the area.
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My wife and I stopped in for a drink after visiting The Met. Wonderful little restaurant with a friendly by small bar. Well worth the visit.
Great neighborhood french bistro. Have been going there for years and have never been disappointed. Very friendly environment, great bar and very good french bistro food. Easily judged by the fresh bread and perfect fries. All items on menu are delicious. Will for sure be...More
The service is extremely slow and without interest. Only one waitress for a full place. Overpriced. Onion soup was ok but the salad was uneatable. The pork chop was ok but a bit tough and no bone so it was a little odd. my wife’s...More
As someone who has actually travelled to France, I must say you will never get anything closer in New York City to authentic French food than at Demarchelier! I began my meal with the cheese fondue which was one of the most flavorful renditions I...More
Demarchelier is a cozy French bistro restaurant. My friend and I were doing a goodbye party to one of my friends from France. She was excited she said it tastes like " I am at home". My experience in this restaurant was amazing. It has...More
This past weekend, my friend and I tried a lovely French restaurant on the Upper East Side called Dermarchelier. It was small yet spacious, with beautiful paintings adorning the walls. It was our first time at Demarchelier, so we split a couple of appetizers and...More
It is a very good restaurant to experience French cuisine for dinner. I went here last week with my colleague. I ordered a variety of dishes. Among them, Jumbo sea scallops and creme brulee were amongst the most memorable. Jumbo sea scallops were my best...More
A very nice French restaurant. My friend is from French and she said it felt just like home. Really cosy atmosphere. A very charming place, perfect to go to for a dinner. We tried different appetizer like the cheese fondue, which you have to try,...More
I've gone to Demarchelier on and off for years - it was somewhat charming years ago but I've watched it decline over the last 5 or so years. I was there earlier this week for lunch and it will be my last visit. The staff...More