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Le Comptoir, Williamsburg

By Mac Malikowski | May 8, 2013

Le Comptoir is the well-priced, neighborhood French Bistro of your dreams.  The menu is concise and petit for a bistro, but not for lack of expertise however, because there isn’t a bad item on it. From the fluffed and decadent Gnocchi and Cheese, to the fresh mixed green and fennel salad (a major and flavorful portion for $7) to a classic beef burger and steak tartar, Le Comptoir provides traditional and affordable (I can’t stress this enough) French food with a few twists to keep you on your toes.

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The restaurant is genuinely concerned with clean and locally focused cooking and is cash only.

You may consider saving dessert for a separate visit so you’ll have enough room to try one of everything, but if you must pick just two, do not miss the soft meringue Floating Island (hint: it’s floating in vanilla custard) and the classic Crème Brûlée.

Ideal Dinner for two:

  • Le Comptoir Salad ($8)
  • Gnocchi and Cheese ($5)
  • Braised Short Ribs and Parmesan Risotto ($18)
  • Creme Brulee ($7)
  • = less than $40!

LE COMPTOIR 
251 GRAND ST
BROOKLYN, NY
718 486 3300
CONTACT@LECOMPTOIRNY.COM

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