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We ate at a French restaurant that specializes in southern French cooking. The restaurant was a very tiny and yet cozy place and featured just 26 seats. Each seat is unlike any other seats in the restaurant which was a fun fact that I noticed while eating.

For the appetizer we ordered the Endives Aux Roquefort which was endives topped with blue cheese, walnuts, and mustard dressing. The combination of the savory and the sort of semi-sweet was very nice with the bitterness of the endives. Some of the endives were a bit too raw and bitter but overall, I thought it was pretty enjoyable.

For the entrees, I got the Duck Confit with raspberry reduction and Cindy ordered the Duck Thighs with glaze dressing on it. For me, the duck was very succulent and although the raspberry sauce was a bit too fruity on its own, mixed with the duck was very appetizing. Cindy’s dish was very tasty, a bit more tastier than mine. The duck was cooked perfectly and it was not too fatty either because duck can get very fatty and messy if cooked through another method. The Duck Confit came with a side of mashed sweet potatoes and asparagus spears while the Duck Thighs came with a side of mashed potatoes with sautéed spinach and mushrooms.

Very happy with my experience at 26 seats.

168 Avenue B
NYC, NY 10009
212-677-4787

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After the Williamsburg pool party concert, we wanted to eat somewhere quick and new. We stumbled upon a vegetarian cafe of all places to chow down on some organic wholesome goodness. I was not really nervous about eating at such an establishment because I worked at a vegetarian restaurant before, so I knew what to expect.

Cindy ordered the Bliss Bowl which consisted of cauliflower, yam, tofu, kale, brocolli, beans, red onions seasoned with a side of organic brown rice and lemon tahini miso dressing. I had the Black Bean Burrito which had soy cheese, sweet potato, soy based sour cream, and tomatoes with a side of organic brown rice and a salad.

It was quite delicious. Although the pictures of the food make it kind of look like rabbit food, you would have to taste it to believe it. If you are not a fan of vegetarian food, please try so anyways. You won’t be disappointed!

191 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
718-599-2547

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