Le Veau d'Or
Longtime French bistro
French · East 60s · $$$
The Zagat Review
“Forgotten” French bistro classics work their “throwback” magic on loyal patrons of this circa-1937 Eastsider; though it's “had a full life” – and it shows – here's hoping it'll “continue forever.”
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hours Closed Today
location 129 E 60th St, New York, NY 10022, United States phone +1 212-838-8133 directions Get Directions
Google Reviews
This place is like a time capsule. It is a throwback to the days when a fancy meal meant French food. That said, I have had mostly positive experiences at this place. I have seen the owner be a bit temperamental, but I have never personally experienced this (but I speak French so that may be why). Please do yourself a favor and look at the menu online and do a bit of research on exactly what is what. i think the misunderstandings between owner and patron are due to people not knowing what they are ordering. for example, I saw a couple get quite upset when they ordered steak tartare and realized it was chopped raw steak (its very tasty by the way) a little bit of research would have gone a long way in this case. That being said, I would recommend this place. Just do your homework.
Ty Portman · October 2, 2017
Classic French bistro with a simple, traditional menu. Whole family loves eating here and seeing Catherine and her family.
Grant McCarthy · March 8, 2018
This place is very old school French. This might put some people off, but I find it very charming. They have all of the old school classics: rognons, isles flotante, etc so if you're not into things like that, you will be dissapointed. Tables are small and the restaurant can get crowded so go early or late if you value your personal space.
Tommy Hindman · January 21, 2018