Les Enfants Terribles

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Les Enfants Terribles
Lower East Side

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Taxi drivers are just beginning to learn that Canal does not end at Chrystie and that there is life (hopping!) below Delancey. With its friendly, casual vibe, Les Enfants Terribles is a little oasis in the lower Lower East Side. Located at the corner of Ludlow and Canal, the Afro-French bistro is inspired by the collective travels of globetrotting French owners Stefan Jonot and Fabrice Vautrin. Hints of Africa and Brazil abound in both cuisine and décor. Traditional French bistro fare is given an exotic twist—for example, popular dishes include steak tartare with harissa and Moroccan mint; korhogofefemougou, a succulent steak rubbed with spices from the Ivory Coast; savory Moroccan couscous; and moqueca, a mouthwatering Brazilian fisherman’s stew. Les Enfants Terribles’ signature cocktails are equally alluring, with daily specials that take advantage of the fruit of the season. Our sunny sidewalk terrace is the perfect setting for an evening aperitif or weekend brunch!

Venue name: Les Enfants Terribles
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Address: 37 Canal Street
New York
10002
Price: $30 and under
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