January 9, 2006 5

26 Seats (NYC: East Village)

By in 03: NYC, Favorite Food Entries

Pate and the very fantastic Quail, it’s better than this.
DSC08537.jpgMy friend recommended me this tiny French restaurant on the East side called 26 Seat where she lives. Very valued. the main course are mostly $13 – $20. It is very dark and narrow, very intimate and friendly. The place was packed but luckily I got a table when I walked in (those in-between reservation gap). One minor drawback: this place only accept American Express. Thankfully I got enough cash on me.

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5 Responses to “26 Seats (NYC: East Village)”

  1. donny says:

    i heard about this place, so was it good?

  2. seat says:

    Was it dinner? You went alone?

  3. Freda says:

    Yeah it only opens for dinner, alone~~ 🙁
    Donny, it is very good, especially for the value. But need to make reservation.

  4. seat says:

    I am very impressed with you!
    Even I, who always lunch out alone, don’t have the guts to dine alone in a restaurant at night!
    Do you like read a book while waiting for the food?

  5. Freda says:

    Sometimes you see man dining alone, reading newspaper. I’d be the rare woman loner. But there’s always stuffs to do when alone at restaurant, like sketching on my sketchbook (dont’ waste time you know, brainstorm and think of concept for project), bookkeeping, balancing checkbook, write down my daily planner…etc ^^;; I can only do so in casual places ^^;;