Parigot - Just Around The Corner

155 Grand Street New York, NY 10013

Have you ever walked by a restaurant numerous of times, but never stopped to take a breath and see what's it about? Well I have with Parigot. It's located on the busy corner of Grand Street and between Lafayette & Centre Street. Parigot piqued my interest and it seemed like the perfect place to have brunch here with my boyfriend and a few friends.

Parigot is quite small, but very casual and cozy to dine in. I made reservations for a party of six for a Sunday which wasn't necessary because when we arrived to the restaurant at noon, it was quite empty. The service was impeccable and the staff made us feel comfortable and like a valued customer/diner.

Everyone ordered their own dishes so I didn't get to sample or snap a picture of their food, but here's what I did try and know:

For Brunch, Parigot has a Weekend Special where if you order a brunch, eggs, or omelets it is served with one cocktail (Mimosa, Bellini, Sangria, or Bloody Mary).

I don't typically have Sangria for a brunch cocktail, but since it was offered along with my brunch, why not? I really liked Parigot's Sangria! It was refreshing, fruity, and had floral and plum aromas.

Eggs Norwegian with Smoked Salmon
Will ordered the Eggs Norwegian with Smoked Salmon since he loves smoked salmon or just salmon in general. I didn't try it, but it looked amazing! The poached eggs were very plump and looked great!

Eggs Benedict with Canadian Bacon
This was similar to Will's dish except mine was with Canadian bacon. The eggs Benedict were delicious, plump, and amazing! The fries had a nice crunch to it and was tasty. Salad added a refreshing taste and touch to the dish.

I saw this on the menu and I knew I had to have it! The ratatouille was a true delight Lost of vegetables incorporated with the yummy and semi-sweet tomato sauce. It was really delicious!

All in all, we were all pretty happy with the service and most of all the food. I definitely hope we will return soon to Parigot because their dinner menu sounds amazing too! I am glad I finally gave Parigot a shot after all these years walking passed it.


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