Lucien  14 1st Ave,  ( at 1st St ) New York 10009

Lucien is a cute french bistro off of the east Houston neighborhood. This place has been opened more than 10 years and I come here in the winter time more often than summer. Somehow when the weather gets cold, it makes me wanna come to this place. Food here is all really good and my favorite is the Rabbit with Egg Pasta, Duck with Fig Sauce, very creamy White Wine Broth Mussels, and Pan-Seared Foie Gras. If you don’t have the time to go to Paris come here instead (^_^)! Lucien is a mini Paris bistro in NYC !! Bon appetit (^_^).


Overall Food Atmosphere Price
♥♥♥ ♥♥♥  
♥♥♥ $$$1/2



Lapin Á La Moutarde rabbit in dijon mustard sauce, over egg pasta $26 – ♥♥♥


Moules Mariniére Traditionnelle steamed mussels in white wine shallot sauce served with frites $17 – ♥♥♥


Canard Aux Figues et Ravets magret and confit of duck on a bed of spinach, figs, and turnips $26 – ♥♥♥


Grilled Octopus with Pommes Risselées On a bed of roasted potatoes with olive oil, garlic and rosemary $14 – ♥♥♥


Ahi Tuna Tartare  $14 – ♥♥♥


Loup de Mer Chilien avec Julienne de Legumes Chilean sea bass with julienne vegetables, court-bouillo $28 – ♥♥


Onglet Au Vin Et Champignons hanger steak in a red wine mushroom sauce $24 – ♥♥

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  1. I agree. Lucien’s cozy atmosphere and comfort-style Parisian fare draws you in during the frigid, winter months. It can be a wait to snag a table even with a reservation but once you get a mouthful of the rabbit or dip your bread in the mussel broth, standing around for a seat becomes worth every minute.

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