I had the onion soup and it is as good as everyone says. Enjoyed my crepe but couldn’t say it was exceptional. Another person had the lamb burger and found it too strong for her taste. Another had Ceasar salad with chicken and said it...More
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Love the Soupe specials - recommend the Crème Andalouse. Prix fixe also good value. Baguette and Chocolate mousse taste authentic. Creates a bit of France in midtown. Took off one star because twice now my bill has been padded with an extra dollar here and...More
My husband and I popped in here for a bit of lunch recently and were delighted with the food and service. The restaurant features slightly faded but utterly charming wall posters of French films and music. Our waitress was very French, i.e. she took no...More
We enjoyed lunch there at a recent visit to the City and wow were we impressed. Cozy little restaurant with a flair for taste and service, both of which we exquisite! The French soup is a must as it was one of the best we...More
La Bonne Soupe offers traditional and down-to-earth traditional French dishes with seasonal products. Ambiance is warm and friendly, and the location, at 55th St and 6th Avenue, perfect for a night at the theater or a midtown trip.
For a midtown location this cosy simple restaurant is reliably good value and genuinely French. The onion soup is classic and worth trying.
On a recent trip in to the city for a conference, we had a free afternoon and I wondered where to pick up lunch. There's a reason La Bonne Soupe has been here over 40 years. Prices are still good, food is still very good....More
Visiting NYC for a few days, & staying in midtown Manhattan, La Bonne Soupe was a great place for a quick, light meal. Though they have heartier fare (mussels, steak frites, etc), we enjoyed soup & dessert: Tomato cream vegetable soup - fresh & tasty...More
My husband and I went for an early dinner before a show. We didn't have a reservation but came right at opening & were seated right away. Our concierge recommended the soup and he was right! It was as good as any we had in...More