Pigalle

★★★★☆
  • 75 Charles St S

    Boston, MA 02116

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  • 617-423-4944

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These guys made me laugh! Honestly, I've never seen such a behavior from top-class restaurants (at least how owners Kerri and Marc position their place). Me and my wife had a dinner at Pigalle and one of the dishes, Cassoulet, was cooked

3
★★★★★

These guys made me laugh! Honestly, I've never seen such a behavior from top-class restaurants (at least how owners Kerri and Marc position their place). Me and my wife had a dinner at Pigalle and one of the dishes, Cassoulet, was cooked

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Pigalle did not disappoint for Boston Restaurant Week . The portions were generous, the drinks strong, the setting intimate and cozy and the food and service impeccable. The steak tartare appetizer was a divine beginning to our meal. It was followed by an unbelievable crispy duck confit with spaetzle, creamed brussel sprouts and cherry sauce. The finishing apple and rhubarb crisp left little to be desired from an incredible meal. Well done Pigalle!

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★★★★☆

Pigalle did not disappoint for Boston Restaurant Week . The portions were generous, the drinks strong, the setting intimate and cozy and the food and service impeccable. The steak tartare appetizer was a divine beginning to our meal. It was followed by an unbelievable crispy duck confit with spaetzle, creamed brussel sprouts and cherry sauce. The finishing apple and rhubarb crisp left little to be desired from an incredible meal. Well done Pigalle!

Pros: Great food, great atmosphere

Cons: Pricey

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Pigalle is an outstanding restaurant! The food is the best I have ever had and the service is fantastic. Every time I have dined there, it has always been great. The appetizers, entrees and desserts are mouth watering and I have never received better service. The menu has something for everyone and changes with the seasons. The owners (husband and wife) and their staff make you feel very special and deserve every compliment. Parking is right next door and is validated. It will be only a matter of time before the James Beard award is given to its owner who has been nominated for it. Do yourself a favor and go to this restaurant. It is a winner!

2
★★★★★

Pigalle is an outstanding restaurant! The food is the best I have ever had and the service is fantastic. Every time I have dined there, it has always been great. The appetizers, entrees and desserts are mouth watering and I have never received better service. The menu has something for everyone and changes with the seasons. The owners (husband and wife) and their staff make you feel very special and deserve every compliment. Parking is right next door and is validated. It will be only a matter of time before the James Beard award is given to its owner who has been nominated for it. Do yourself a favor and go to this restaurant. It is a winner!

Pros: food, service, location and parking

Cons: none that I saw

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A great night from the second you park your car. Pigalle makes having a great meal before a show a piece of cake. With easy. validated parking (within walking distance of your theater and the Common), you're immediately assured a spot for your car all evening. But the real show starts the second you approach the restaurant. With a sweet, urban patio set up outside?full of seasonal touches reminiscent of a French bistro ?you immediately imagine yourself on the Left Bank, enjoying a stroll along the streets of Paris. Step inside to be greeted in the cozy bar area by the gracious and knowledgeable hostess, Kerri. It's a popular place?and tiny?so you might need to wait a moment or two before you are seated. The staff will kindly take your coat and umbrella. Once you are seated (we tend to enjoy dropping in early in the week to have a glass of wine and a plate of the delectable steak frites at the bar, and do a little people watching), you'll be challenged to select from their seasonal menu. We have a hard time getting past the steak frites?a perfectly seasoned, perfectly cooked hangar steak with authentic, crispy, sea-salted pommes frites and creamy spinach served in a seperate copper dish. The other items on the menu are not to be missed either....we had a roasted chicken that was the juiciest and most flavorful around, with a tasty treat on the side of pate-stuffed "french toast." It was melt-in-your-mouth creamy inside with a crispy, buttery outside. Chef Orfaly wields some sort of magic with common ingredients like turnips, pork belly and eggs?turning them into mouth-watering delicacies, with textures and flavors that you'll be contemplating well through the second act of your show, and talking about all the way home and at the office the next day.

There is a reason chef Marc Orfaly was selected as one of Food and Wine's Best Chefs in 2004, and he's just gotten better since then. Do yourself a favor and put Pigalle on your short list.

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★★★★★

A great night from the second you park your car. Pigalle makes having a great meal before a show a piece of cake. With easy. validated parking (within walking distance of your theater and the Common), you're immediately assured a spot for your car all evening. But the real show starts the second you approach the restaurant. With a sweet, urban patio set up outside?full of seasonal touches reminiscent of a French bistro ?you immediately imagine yourself on the Left Bank, enjoying a stroll along the streets of Paris. Step inside to be greeted in the cozy bar area by the gracious and knowledgeable hostess, Kerri. It's a popular place?and tiny?so you might need to wait a moment or two before you are seated. The staff will kindly take your coat and umbrella. Once you are seated (we tend to enjoy dropping in early in the week to have a glass of wine and a plate of the delectable steak frites at the bar, and do a little people watching), you'll be challenged to select from their seasonal menu. We have a hard time getting past the steak frites?a perfectly seasoned, perfectly cooked hangar steak with authentic, crispy, sea-salted pommes frites and creamy spinach served in a seperate copper dish. The other items on the menu are not to be missed either....we had a roasted chicken that was the juiciest and most flavorful around, with a tasty treat on the side of pate-stuffed "french toast." It was melt-in-your-mouth creamy inside with a crispy, buttery outside. Chef Orfaly wields some sort of magic with common ingredients like turnips, pork belly and eggs?turning them into mouth-watering delicacies, with textures and flavors that you'll be contemplating well through the second act of your show, and talking about all the way home and at the office the next day.

There is a reason chef Marc Orfaly was selected as one of Food and Wine's Best Chefs in 2004, and he's just gotten better since then. Do yourself a favor and put Pigalle on your short list.

Pros: Mouthwatering menu; friendly service

Cons: Small waiting area ? eased by having an aperitif!!

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On our arrival at Pigalle we were asked to wait near the bar area until our reserved table was ready. The hostess then asked the waiter to come over and set up dining places for us on what can only be described as a 'shelf' in the vestibule of the restaurant. I immediately told the waiter that we had reserved a table for two and were waiting for it. This was a clear attempt by the hostess to keep us out of the restaurant for some reason and try to make us eat in the bar!

Finally we were seated at a 'corner' table next to the kitchen. Our waiter showed us what appeared to be an interesting and imaginative menu. After ordering the parmesan risotto and phyllo tuna rolls to start, my partner and I waited FIFTY MINUTES for them to show up! In the meantime a group of affluent looking men who were seated a good 10 minutes after us recieved their appetisers before us. The risotto was creamy and bland...no taste of parmesan.The exotic mushrooms saved the dish from being distinctly average.

After such a long wait for our appetisers we were sure our entrees would be with us in good time. We had to wait a further 30 MINUTES for an average crab stuffed chicken and sea bass. My partner commented that his dish was not too far away from the sea bass we cook at home. Our side order arrived when we had almost finished our entrees and so served no purpose.

During dessert the hostess circulated the room speaking to each table but for some reason failed to visit us. Pigalle claims to embody the ambience of a Parisian restaurant but felt very little like any of the restaurants my partner or I have visited in Paris. Our bill came to $200 for a very average meal in a very un-Parisian place. To add further insult to injury on our departure the hostess failed to acknowledge us...and none of the wait staff wished us good night. We are completey puzzled at why we received rude and ignorant service all night...maybe because we are under the age of 50?

0
★☆☆☆☆

On our arrival at Pigalle we were asked to wait near the bar area until our reserved table was ready. The hostess then asked the waiter to come over and set up dining places for us on what can only be described as a 'shelf' in the vestibule of the restaurant. I immediately told the waiter that we had reserved a table for two and were waiting for it. This was a clear attempt by the hostess to keep us out of the restaurant for some reason and try to make us eat in the bar!

Finally we were seated at a 'corner' table next to the kitchen. Our waiter showed us what appeared to be an interesting and imaginative menu. After ordering the parmesan risotto and phyllo tuna rolls to start, my partner and I waited FIFTY MINUTES for them to show up! In the meantime a group of affluent looking men who were seated a good 10 minutes after us recieved their appetisers before us. The risotto was creamy and bland...no taste of parmesan.The exotic mushrooms saved the dish from being distinctly average.

After such a long wait for our appetisers we were sure our entrees would be with us in good time. We had to wait a further 30 MINUTES for an average crab stuffed chicken and sea bass. My partner commented that his dish was not too far away from the sea bass we cook at home. Our side order arrived when we had almost finished our entrees and so served no purpose.

During dessert the hostess circulated the room speaking to each table but for some reason failed to visit us. Pigalle claims to embody the ambience of a Parisian restaurant but felt very little like any of the restaurants my partner or I have visited in Paris. Our bill came to $200 for a very average meal in a very un-Parisian place. To add further insult to injury on our departure the hostess failed to acknowledge us...and none of the wait staff wished us good night. We are completey puzzled at why we received rude and ignorant service all night...maybe because we are under the age of 50?

Pros: Good Wine

Cons: Long waits for bland food, Rude Hostess

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I went to Pigalle during restaurant week, excited to try this highly reviewed restaurant. In the end the overall poor experience clouded the quality of the food. I made reservations thru opentable and we seated twenty-five minutes after our original reservation in the corner of the restaurant. Ten minutes later our server arrived to take our drink and meal orders, it took another twenty minutes for our drinks to arrive, a painful wait for bottled beer considering we were seated 15 feet from the bar. A total of thirty minutes of waiting to get a bottled beer from an empty bar with two bar tenders working is inexcusable. It should be noted that they do have a good foreign beer selection. We were offered a single piece of subpar bread during our lengthy wait for the appetizer, a request for more bread was ignored. Our server was not only absent in person but indifferent. Our seats were noisy from the kitchen noise, but also from the restaurant itself, with a room design and low ceilings that seemed to carry the noise. The food was good, but considering the preset menu options it was too long a wait to be as enjoyable as we knew it could be. My dining partner is a vegetarian and found that their entree was uncreative, one thing French food never should be. While the food was good, one does not go out to eat just for the food. The dining experience cannot be recommended with so many wonderful restaurants in the area.

1
★★☆☆☆

I went to Pigalle during restaurant week, excited to try this highly reviewed restaurant. In the end the overall poor experience clouded the quality of the food. I made reservations thru opentable and we seated twenty-five minutes after our original reservation in the corner of the restaurant. Ten minutes later our server arrived to take our drink and meal orders, it took another twenty minutes for our drinks to arrive, a painful wait for bottled beer considering we were seated 15 feet from the bar. A total of thirty minutes of waiting to get a bottled beer from an empty bar with two bar tenders working is inexcusable. It should be noted that they do have a good foreign beer selection. We were offered a single piece of subpar bread during our lengthy wait for the appetizer, a request for more bread was ignored. Our server was not only absent in person but indifferent. Our seats were noisy from the kitchen noise, but also from the restaurant itself, with a room design and low ceilings that seemed to carry the noise. The food was good, but considering the preset menu options it was too long a wait to be as enjoyable as we knew it could be. My dining partner is a vegetarian and found that their entree was uncreative, one thing French food never should be. While the food was good, one does not go out to eat just for the food. The dining experience cannot be recommended with so many wonderful restaurants in the area.

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Having made reservations in advance and read all the great reviews we were looking forward to our night out which would include our first visit to Pigalle. When we arrived we were greeted quite nicely at the bar, however it all went horribly downhill from there. We were shown to a cramped booth in the far back corner of the restaurant, and almost completely ignored. Our waiter was neither warm nor welcoming. It took quite a while just to order a bottle of wine, then another long while before we could order food. When an hour had passed there was still no sign of salads or appetizers, or our waiter for that matter. Someone did finally come by and toss a couple of rolls on our breadplates. Regrettably, we left without ever seeing, or tasting, any of the food.

1
★★☆☆☆

Having made reservations in advance and read all the great reviews we were looking forward to our night out which would include our first visit to Pigalle. When we arrived we were greeted quite nicely at the bar, however it all went horribly downhill from there. We were shown to a cramped booth in the far back corner of the restaurant, and almost completely ignored. Our waiter was neither warm nor welcoming. It took quite a while just to order a bottle of wine, then another long while before we could order food. When an hour had passed there was still no sign of salads or appetizers, or our waiter for that matter. Someone did finally come by and toss a couple of rolls on our breadplates. Regrettably, we left without ever seeing, or tasting, any of the food.

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Very imaginative French country style dinner. We like both the appetizers and main courses design. Staff very friendly and noise level low enough to carry on a conversation. Extremely good wine list at moderate prices. We will return for future meals.

2
★★★★★

Very imaginative French country style dinner. We like both the appetizers and main courses design. Staff very friendly and noise level low enough to carry on a conversation. Extremely good wine list at moderate prices. We will return for future meals.

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I can not recommend Pigalle enough, the food and the service are great. My family just took my mother there for dinner to celebrate her birthday and everyone was extremely pleased with everything.

I also took note of the very affordable bar menu which I definetly plan on checking out as well.

2
★★★★★

I can not recommend Pigalle enough, the food and the service are great. My family just took my mother there for dinner to celebrate her birthday and everyone was extremely pleased with everything.

I also took note of the very affordable bar menu which I definetly plan on checking out as well.

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I enjoyed our visit to this place. However the price is far too much for the food and ambiance, and merely reflects its position in theatre district and the captive market that offers. I had the salmon entree which was cooked to perfection.

1
★★★☆☆

I enjoyed our visit to this place. However the price is far too much for the food and ambiance, and merely reflects its position in theatre district and the captive market that offers. I had the salmon entree which was cooked to perfection.

Pros: Food

Cons: Value, Seating

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Our first time at Pigalle. The chef and hostess are the owners, husband-and-wife, I believe. The hostess was most gracious and friendly. Ambience, service, and food were excellent. Portion size was appropriate (I don't like huge portions). Next time in Boston, will want to go back.

2
★★★★★

Our first time at Pigalle. The chef and hostess are the owners, husband-and-wife, I believe. The hostess was most gracious and friendly. Ambience, service, and food were excellent. Portion size was appropriate (I don't like huge portions). Next time in Boston, will want to go back.

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We've been going to Pigalle since it first opened, and it's consistently top drawer. Taste sensations in every dish; terrific waitstaff; most gracious hostess and owner/chef. Have intruduced business clients, friends, and elderly relatives and all have shared our enthusiasm for every part of the dining experience. It's romatic; it's friendly; you can talk; plus they'll get you to the theater on time. As far as we're concerned you cannot enjoy a dining experience more or get a better meal in Boston. And plenty of parking in the Radisson next door--Pigalle will stamp your ticket for a major discount.

2
★★★★★

We've been going to Pigalle since it first opened, and it's consistently top drawer. Taste sensations in every dish; terrific waitstaff; most gracious hostess and owner/chef. Have intruduced business clients, friends, and elderly relatives and all have shared our enthusiasm for every part of the dining experience. It's romatic; it's friendly; you can talk; plus they'll get you to the theater on time. As far as we're concerned you cannot enjoy a dining experience more or get a better meal in Boston. And plenty of parking in the Radisson next door--Pigalle will stamp your ticket for a major discount.

Pros: Inventive food, Excellent waitstaff, Superior Hostess

Cons: I'd like a martini

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Overpriced, overrated, below average food and service, pretentious, not worthwhile.

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★☆☆☆☆

Overpriced, overrated, below average food and service, pretentious, not worthwhile.

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Unfortunately for all other restaurants Pigalle has raised the bar. Simply put, the food brought a joyful tear to my eye with every bite. From the Duck to the Tuna tar-tar to the garnish on the plate!!! My Wife and I found ourselves reminiscing in the car all the way home!!! Make a night of it, bring friends.. you wont be dissapointed.

2
★★★★★

Unfortunately for all other restaurants Pigalle has raised the bar. Simply put, the food brought a joyful tear to my eye with every bite. From the Duck to the Tuna tar-tar to the garnish on the plate!!! My Wife and I found ourselves reminiscing in the car all the way home!!! Make a night of it, bring friends.. you wont be dissapointed.

Pros: FOOD, Staff, Chef

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One of the joys of travelling is that you get to expereince new restaurants withough knowing too much about them. Pigalle for me was an over the top experience that compares with the best that my home (SF) has to offer. I had the Grand Tasting Menu ($100) and relished nearly every course. An amuse of asparagus soup with shitake was refined. The yellowfin tartare with green beans and truffle oil was the star of the night. Eggplant terrine, lobster corn ravioli, beef tenderloil and perfectly paired wines were amazing. The only flaw was the parmesan risotto was overly rich and uninteresting and the lobster ravioli was also drenched in a too rich sauce. For 6 courses, you need a breather from the heavie courses! (Two of the courses in the grand tasting are Chefs choice.) Wonderful service topped it off. Wow.

2
★★★★★

One of the joys of travelling is that you get to expereince new restaurants withough knowing too much about them. Pigalle for me was an over the top experience that compares with the best that my home (SF) has to offer. I had the Grand Tasting Menu ($100) and relished nearly every course. An amuse of asparagus soup with shitake was refined. The yellowfin tartare with green beans and truffle oil was the star of the night. Eggplant terrine, lobster corn ravioli, beef tenderloil and perfectly paired wines were amazing. The only flaw was the parmesan risotto was overly rich and uninteresting and the lobster ravioli was also drenched in a too rich sauce. For 6 courses, you need a breather from the heavie courses! (Two of the courses in the grand tasting are Chefs choice.) Wonderful service topped it off. Wow.

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I recently stopped into Pigalle to enjoy a grand tasting menu with my wife. We enjoyed every single course. The chilled tomato soup helped cool our parched tongues. The tuna/scallop tartare was delectable. The roasted eggplant terrine, expertly prepared. Asparagus salad, luxurious and beautiful. The corn ravioli made me feel like I was on the beach enjoying a clambake! The bass, refreshing and cleansing to the palette. The tenderloin just melted in my mouth. Oh, and let's not forget the darling ice cream cone dessert. Every single wine pairing was right on, inspiring. The ultra-friendly and knowledgeable staff described all dishes expertly. It was a spectacular evening I hope I can have again soon.

2
★★★★★

I recently stopped into Pigalle to enjoy a grand tasting menu with my wife. We enjoyed every single course. The chilled tomato soup helped cool our parched tongues. The tuna/scallop tartare was delectable. The roasted eggplant terrine, expertly prepared. Asparagus salad, luxurious and beautiful. The corn ravioli made me feel like I was on the beach enjoying a clambake! The bass, refreshing and cleansing to the palette. The tenderloin just melted in my mouth. Oh, and let's not forget the darling ice cream cone dessert. Every single wine pairing was right on, inspiring. The ultra-friendly and knowledgeable staff described all dishes expertly. It was a spectacular evening I hope I can have again soon.

Pros: Amazing food, Spectacular Service, Romantic atmosphere

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Tucked away from the craziness of the Theater district but close enough to walk to the theater afterwards, it was a great stop. Perfect service, the waitstaff is super friendly an on-point, the food was interesting, ingenious and delicious. Cannot say enough good things about it, thank you Pigale for a great evening!

2
★★★★★

Tucked away from the craziness of the Theater district but close enough to walk to the theater afterwards, it was a great stop. Perfect service, the waitstaff is super friendly an on-point, the food was interesting, ingenious and delicious. Cannot say enough good things about it, thank you Pigale for a great evening!

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What a special little place! The charming ambience is cozy and romantic. The staff members are kind and super-knowledgable about their stuff (they explain wine selections and food without making me feel a dunce)! Marc Orfaly's French style utilizes loads of Asian goodness. Home run food with a twist: a GORGEOUS tuna martini, or confit duck with crisp skin and tender flesh, glazed with fruit...I'm drooling thinking about it! Recently, I had a killer pork chop with onion jam and homemade tater tots! Died and gone to heaven! The steak tartare is the best in town, and save room for dessert! Like a super-refreshing melon soup with honey semifredo or sweet corn creme brulee with corn fritters. Just go! They have some pretty cool wines, too! An added bonus: their bartenders have a full list of original house martinis without even having a full bar. Magical.

2
★★★★★

What a special little place! The charming ambience is cozy and romantic. The staff members are kind and super-knowledgable about their stuff (they explain wine selections and food without making me feel a dunce)! Marc Orfaly's French style utilizes loads of Asian goodness. Home run food with a twist: a GORGEOUS tuna martini, or confit duck with crisp skin and tender flesh, glazed with fruit...I'm drooling thinking about it! Recently, I had a killer pork chop with onion jam and homemade tater tots! Died and gone to heaven! The steak tartare is the best in town, and save room for dessert! Like a super-refreshing melon soup with honey semifredo or sweet corn creme brulee with corn fritters. Just go! They have some pretty cool wines, too! An added bonus: their bartenders have a full list of original house martinis without even having a full bar. Magical.

Pros: food, service

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I am a frequent customer at Pigalle's. Once I discovered this gem I was hooked. I have had dinner in the dining room and also at the bar. I have never been disappointed. The Pigalle's experience is sublime. The service and waitstaff was very professional. I dream about Pigalle. The duck is by far the best in the city. The tuna rolls are like no other. On once occasion while sitting at the bar with friends, a couple came in and ordered up 2 orders of tuna rolls each with a Pigalle salad. They told me they come into the city just to have the tuna rolls. The "petite" tasting menu is another good choice, every dish was exceptional. This is a very caring restaurant and it is obvious in the food that is served. and service given. And last but certainly not least, the deserts are to die for.

2
★★★★★

I am a frequent customer at Pigalle's. Once I discovered this gem I was hooked. I have had dinner in the dining room and also at the bar. I have never been disappointed. The Pigalle's experience is sublime. The service and waitstaff was very professional. I dream about Pigalle. The duck is by far the best in the city. The tuna rolls are like no other. On once occasion while sitting at the bar with friends, a couple came in and ordered up 2 orders of tuna rolls each with a Pigalle salad. They told me they come into the city just to have the tuna rolls. The "petite" tasting menu is another good choice, every dish was exceptional. This is a very caring restaurant and it is obvious in the food that is served. and service given. And last but certainly not least, the deserts are to die for.

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I took my girlfriend here a few weeks ago for her birthday. It was pretty quite, only two other tables. The first two bottles of wine that we ordered were not available, (the only reasonably priced choices on the list) so we went by the glass instead of paying too much for a bottle we didn't want. The food was not good; the duck was so dry I needed another glass of wine just to wash it down. The meal came out rapid fire, like we were in a race. Not what you would expect when you are spending $200. I was not impressed by the service either; when I made the reservation and when I confirmed it I requested a candle in my girlfriend's dessert. The dessert came, NO CANDLE! The worst part is that I just received my credit card bill and am reminded of this disappointing experience.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I took my girlfriend here a few weeks ago for her birthday. It was pretty quite, only two other tables. The first two bottles of wine that we ordered were not available, (the only reasonably priced choices on the list) so we went by the glass instead of paying too much for a bottle we didn't want. The food was not good; the duck was so dry I needed another glass of wine just to wash it down. The meal came out rapid fire, like we were in a race. Not what you would expect when you are spending $200. I was not impressed by the service either; when I made the reservation and when I confirmed it I requested a candle in my girlfriend's dessert. The dessert came, NO CANDLE! The worst part is that I just received my credit card bill and am reminded of this disappointing experience.

Pros: None

Cons: food, service

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I look forward to any visit up to Boston because it gives me another opportunity to eat at Pigalle. I've enjoyed myself there on several occasions, once eating at the bar and on several occasions sitting with friends in the dining room. Every meal I've had there is exceptional: from the greeting, to the service, to the food itself. Especially the food. I wish the chef would open a restaurant in New York so I didn't have to travel so often for his beautifully presented plates. The cassoulet I had on a recent visit was the perfect meal for the cold weather. And my mouth waters thinking of the tuna rolls....Until I can lure Pigalle down to New York, I'll have to plan my next trip to Boston and next trip to Pigalle.

2
★★★★★

I look forward to any visit up to Boston because it gives me another opportunity to eat at Pigalle. I've enjoyed myself there on several occasions, once eating at the bar and on several occasions sitting with friends in the dining room. Every meal I've had there is exceptional: from the greeting, to the service, to the food itself. Especially the food. I wish the chef would open a restaurant in New York so I didn't have to travel so often for his beautifully presented plates. The cassoulet I had on a recent visit was the perfect meal for the cold weather. And my mouth waters thinking of the tuna rolls....Until I can lure Pigalle down to New York, I'll have to plan my next trip to Boston and next trip to Pigalle.

Pros: Food!!!, helpful staff, Food!!!!!

Cons: no more bouillabaise

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We recently dined at Pigalle for the second time, and it was as memorable and impressive as our first time there. The food is absolutely superb in both flavor and presentation, the ambience is warm and elegantly romantic, and the service is totally outstanding. Every dish is a taste treat. The duck is the best I've ever eaten, and let's not forget the marvelous desserts! For us, this has become a special occasion place that is worth saving up for. Pigalle is a fabulous dining experience and a total pleasure from start to finish.

2
★★★★★

We recently dined at Pigalle for the second time, and it was as memorable and impressive as our first time there. The food is absolutely superb in both flavor and presentation, the ambience is warm and elegantly romantic, and the service is totally outstanding. Every dish is a taste treat. The duck is the best I've ever eaten, and let's not forget the marvelous desserts! For us, this has become a special occasion place that is worth saving up for. Pigalle is a fabulous dining experience and a total pleasure from start to finish.

Pros: Food, Ambience, Service

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We just had our third dinner at Pigalle. Each has been wonderful. The food is presented nicely and the menu is interesting. We plan to make it a regular stop before the ballet.

2
★★★★★

We just had our third dinner at Pigalle. Each has been wonderful. The food is presented nicely and the menu is interesting. We plan to make it a regular stop before the ballet.

Pros: good food, near theater

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I recently moved to Boston and discovered a gem! Pigalle is close to the theatre and the whole experience is amazing. I had a "petite" tasting menu...every dish was perfect. Paella is a must try! The food was amazing, but the whole experience is a stand-out. The staff from the hostess to the busboy were attentive and friendly. It felt like every member of the staff had something invested in the place and cared. The chef was in the diningroom and seemed to genuinly care about each individual patron's experience. Can't wait to return. Bravo Pigalle. Encore!

2
★★★★★

I recently moved to Boston and discovered a gem! Pigalle is close to the theatre and the whole experience is amazing. I had a "petite" tasting menu...every dish was perfect. Paella is a must try! The food was amazing, but the whole experience is a stand-out. The staff from the hostess to the busboy were attentive and friendly. It felt like every member of the staff had something invested in the place and cared. The chef was in the diningroom and seemed to genuinly care about each individual patron's experience. Can't wait to return. Bravo Pigalle. Encore!

Pros: food!!!, close to theatre, service/staff

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Hot water, cold wine, a Wonder Bread dinner roll, a $20 foie gras appertizer that could fit on a Ritz cracker all ruined a very good French dinner. We spent $220 and walked away feeling like we were taken.

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★☆☆☆☆

Hot water, cold wine, a Wonder Bread dinner roll, a $20 foie gras appertizer that could fit on a Ritz cracker all ruined a very good French dinner. We spent $220 and walked away feeling like we were taken.

Pros: dishes well prepared, attentive service, quiet

Cons: bread(?!), value/$

Editorial from

Owners Marc Orfaly and Kerri Foley turn out seductive dishes at this Theater District bistro, named after the red light district in Paris. The restaurant's intimate dining room reflects the French, Mediterranean and Asian influenced dishes…

 

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