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Little Prince

Restaurants, French Soho
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Little Prince
Photograph: Jessica Lin

Time Out says

Lightened classics are the focus of this intimate 38-seat bistro in Soho, decorated with globe pendant lamps and a hand-painted ceramic tile floor. The Gallic menu reads like an encyclopedia of French cuisine, with staples like moules marinère, trout almondine and steak au poivre. Instead of standby wines from the Continent, sip French beer like Gavroche French Red Ale and Alsatian Kronenbourg 1664 at the ten-person bar.



Address: 199 Prince St
New York
Cross street: between MacDougal and Sullivan Sts
Transport: Subway: C, E to Spring St
Price: Average main course: $24. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Daily 5pm-1am
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5 out of 5 stars

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I once came to my favourite books namesake, and promptly left after the bar team pretty much ignored me. 12 months or so later, I returned and while I don’t know what has changed. I loved it! A bowl of classic French onion soup ( cognac based) was perfection. One of the best I have had in NYC. Great music, decor and a Parisian touch. Made me happy! Really great wine list and by the bottle prices. I will be back!


Cutest little French restaurant - the outside tables are perfect for walking the Soho folks stroll by. The burger is amazing, the breakfast options are incredibly well-curated. Always always love it here.