Le Bilboquet

The tiny Upper East Side French restaurant closed the doors on its original location after 27 years of business, only to reappear just a few doors down in a space more than twice the size of the original. The blended border of Lenox Hill and the Upper East Side is the new home of the lavish French-inspired eatery – and though the space may be new, they’re still serving all the timeless favorites like Roquefort, endive salad, moules frites, rack of lamb and the renown Poulet Cajun. Chef Julien Juhannaud has helped put a fresh face to the timeless favorites that diners rave about. At the new location, there’s more ample seating, which devout diners appreciate, but the décor remains understated and minimalistic; it’s as much of a bistro as its ever been.

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