Deux Amis is a cozy, French restaurant tucked away in Midtown East. The comfortable cozy atmosphere and exceptional attentive service, represents the quintessential new york city french bistro.
Don’t miss out on this little gem.
A wonderful small cozy nd friendly French restaurant off 1st and 2 nd Avenue. We had the roasted lamb loin and flounder. Both were well prepared with good presentation and tasty. Great value for money. Portions were fine and the lamb could be split plates. I changed to potatoes with 4 pick options. Escargot was perfect. The desserts take 10 to 15 minutes - chocolate cake max since each one is prepared from scratch. Limited wine list. My go to french dinner place for midtown. Both times were very good.
Only two things we liked: friendliness of the waitress and locally made bread. Otherwise , average food, very humble interiors, limited choice of dishes. If you are a fan of french cuisine- don’t go there if you don’t want to be disappointed as we were.
Warm atmosphere and attentive service. Food was superb. We will be back!
Pleasant setting with outdoor seating and traditional dining room. Classic posters in old school setting.
Went here to pick up food while working postmates. The place looked beautiful on the inside and the staff was extremely polite. They offered me water as i waited for the order. By the way the food smelled amazing. At one point i followed my nose to the front door, abandoning using the GPS to find it.
Great atmosphere and service. Food was delightful.
Delightful atmosphere, fine food and service.
A cozy French Bistro that never fails to be delicious. Service is also outstanding.
It’s pretty and I like it. I’ve never had fantastic food there and the wait service is always a little flustered. French fries were pretty good, salmon pretty good. Not cheap. But it’s pretty and I like it.
Best couscous I never had in NYC
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