Alain Ducasse's autentic Parisian bistro in New York. Chez toi Benoit, on boit festoie en rois!
Alain Ducasse place but probably not the top of his line. Probably the best is lunch or dinner (must be there before 6:30) prix fixe. They give you a little present (was merengue for me) after dinner
Scallops are the choice.
Best chocolate souffle in the City!
Scallops and the apple tart are divine
Only french brasserie worth a damn in midtown. Great place to do a nice meal, or just grab a steak frites and a drink alone at the bar after MOMA. Pied de Cochon are tasty, and the coq au vin is money
Decent selection of wines available by the generous carafe. Also: free cheese bread puffs. So. Savory. So. Good.
Very good lunch option near 5th Ave. The duck is delicious.
The prix fixe lunch is an awesome deal.
Great seasonal soups (French onion, gazpacho, butternut squash). Steak frites hits the spot. Soufflé or profiteroles to share for dessert a must.
Chef Philippe Bertineau started off his New York career at Daniel 20 years ago and has remained a friend ever since. Don’t miss his cassoulet!
Alain Ducasse’s high-end bistro modeled after the original Benoit in Paris. It has a rich beautiful décor however maintains a relaxing vibe. We highly recommend the Cassoulet!
Best millefeuille in New York City
casual French restaurant serves faithful versions of all your bistro favorites like coq au vin, cassoulet, and escargots. The bar room is a cool place for after-work cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
A lovely place, great service. Definitely get Hos D'oeuvres as appetizer, pick any 3 or 5, they are all delicious. I had Foie de Veau for.entree, I was pleasantly surprised of the portion,very tender
The lunch menu has great options: to be very french, try the mussels with french fries! With a glass of shirah wine 😍
Cheese soufflé is delicious, as well as all the menu. Service 5 stars!
Great service great ambience very nice and friendly staff. The confit was really the best i ever ate (incl. those in paris). Still i didnt love the margarita. In any case it'll be my fav. French in ny
Lobster salad appetizer is delicious!
The French onion soup followed by the lobster salad appetizer was the perfect amount of food and absolutely delicious.
Great place, staff very knowledgeable and friendly. Food is awesome.
The Moules Frites are awesome. Service OK. Cocktails a bit pricey.
Too slow for lunch!!
If you go here for brunch, definitely try the Three Egg Omelette
Niciose Salad is the cats pajamas!
Just saw Alain Ducasse!
Amazing place and it really feel like i'm In paris!!! Food is exquisite
The bar room is a cool place for after-work cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and on the weekends, Benoit serves one of the best brunches in Midtown (it includes a dessert buffet). [Eater 38 Member]
$4 for a soda. 3/4 full of ice in a highball glass. Nice ambiance though.
The cheese soufflé and the vanilla millefeuille are so delicious
Meringues were once called the forgotten cookies, as they can be cooked in a cooling oven, but it would be difficult for diners to overlook the pink, almond-sprinkled meringues bagged at Benoit.
The only real french bistro chic in New York
not overly impressed with this place. although service was great, the food didn't live up to the fact that it's part of the Alain Ducasse family of restaurants. stick to the basics here..
Good prixe fix lunch, excellent service and vegetarian friendly. Get the vanilla cream dessert. Yum!
The Medot by the glass is great.
The creme caramel dessert is outrageously good!
Go to Benoit and enjoy a perfect French meal at very reasonnable price!
Yummy steak au poivre and caeser salad!
Roast chicken for two awesome!
Watch "La Haine" on the tv while sitting at the nickle bar
Great deal. $36 pre-fix dinner is delicious. The front room is charming.
Skip it. Sorry, but this is the worst restaurant in NYC. Food not even mediocre, service terrible. Ardour, Alain Ducasse and his other high end restos around the world are great, so go there instead.
Skip it. Sorry, this is the worst restaurant in NYC. Food rarely hits mediocre, service terrible, loud. Adour and Alain Ducasse in NYC are superb, and I'm sure his other high end restos are too.
get the French onion soup!