Tournesol

★★★★☆
  • 50-12 Vernon Blvd

    Long Island City, NY 11101

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  • 718-472-4355

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Hours
Sat-Sun 11am-3:30pm, Mon 5:30pm-11pm, Tue-Fri 11:30am-3pm

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My bf and I were really looking forward to trying this quiant looking little "french restaurant". We are no strangers to French cuisine upscale or romantic little spots. First, dont know whether this guy was the manager or host but he was dancing in the middle of the place to house music and then started doing karate kicks with one a waitress, is this a restaurant or playground? Ridiculously unprofessional. The inside of the restaurant was swarming with flies, we didnt even really wanna eat after being surrounded by them. They even fell in our water, ugh. What does the kitchen look like with all those flies? Bathroom was filthy and right next to kitchen. Food was okay, nothing to swoon over. Our waitress had no clue about wine list...hmmmm. My fish was good but way too much garnish and took away from the fish. Our Terrine foie gras was okay, had better in the city. Dessert was pretty decent. In short, not returning, was really disappointed in whole experience. If you want great French and affordable try Gascogne in the city, Great atmosphere, food, service and NO BUGS inside or out eventhough they have a gorgeous outside that makes you feel as if you are in France.

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★☆☆☆☆

My bf and I were really looking forward to trying this quiant looking little "french restaurant". We are no strangers to French cuisine upscale or romantic little spots. First, dont know whether this guy was the manager or host but he was dancing in the middle of the place to house music and then started doing karate kicks with one a waitress, is this a restaurant or playground? Ridiculously unprofessional. The inside of the restaurant was swarming with flies, we didnt even really wanna eat after being surrounded by them. They even fell in our water, ugh. What does the kitchen look like with all those flies? Bathroom was filthy and right next to kitchen. Food was okay, nothing to swoon over. Our waitress had no clue about wine list...hmmmm. My fish was good but way too much garnish and took away from the fish. Our Terrine foie gras was okay, had better in the city. Dessert was pretty decent. In short, not returning, was really disappointed in whole experience. If you want great French and affordable try Gascogne in the city, Great atmosphere, food, service and NO BUGS inside or out eventhough they have a gorgeous outside that makes you feel as if you are in France.

Pros: Location, Okay dessert

Cons: Flies, flies, flies!!!!

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The place is convenient to reach (7 train) and provides great food.

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★★★☆☆

The place is convenient to reach (7 train) and provides great food.

Pros: location, food and decor

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This little restaurant tucked in the middle of the block, across from a little park, is a wonderful place for "bistro-type" dining in Hunter's Point/Long Island City. The owner and staff are fresh from France and take pride in their wine list, as well as their entrees. The atmosphere is truly French, with art-trimmed walls and lovely dining music. It is not too expensive either, considering it's a French restaurant. Enjoy yourself at Lunch or Dinner during the week, with an additional Brunch menu on the weekends.

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★★★★☆

This little restaurant tucked in the middle of the block, across from a little park, is a wonderful place for "bistro-type" dining in Hunter's Point/Long Island City. The owner and staff are fresh from France and take pride in their wine list, as well as their entrees. The atmosphere is truly French, with art-trimmed walls and lovely dining music. It is not too expensive either, considering it's a French restaurant. Enjoy yourself at Lunch or Dinner during the week, with an additional Brunch menu on the weekends.

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Uhrg....the food wasn't bad, but seriously, the service?!?! I have been twice with my girlfriend and both times, the host was flirting with her so inappropriately it really annoyed the hell out of me and made the meal uncomfortable. He would stand there and stare at her across the restaurant thinking he was being cool and subtle but it came off as being totally offensive. She wasn't impressed either.
Take my advice Tournesol, be charming to both people in a couple becuase generally it's the guy who is paying for the meal.

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★☆☆☆☆

Uhrg....the food wasn't bad, but seriously, the service?!?! I have been twice with my girlfriend and both times, the host was flirting with her so inappropriately it really annoyed the hell out of me and made the meal uncomfortable. He would stand there and stare at her across the restaurant thinking he was being cool and subtle but it came off as being totally offensive. She wasn't impressed either.
Take my advice Tournesol, be charming to both people in a couple becuase generally it's the guy who is paying for the meal.

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Arrived half an hour early with my daughter as part of a party of 14 with a reservation for 8:00 PM. The tables that we would occupy were empty and they were not reseating waiting for our party. It was Friday evening, the end of a long day and a long week. Had been in my pumps since 7:00 AM. I asked if I could sit. "No." They would not seat me until all 14 had arrived. The tiny restaurant had two seats at the bar, both occupied. I promised the owner that my daughter and I would eat, even if the other 12 never showed up. He laughed. I'm sure that he thought that he was being charming. It was 8:20 by the time the entire party was assembled. Over those 50 minutes, I asked a total of three times to be allowed to sit down, and was refused three times. Again, for the entire 50 minutes, I was standing next to the empty tables which they had indicated would be for our party. The owner and waiters ignored me, but could not help jostling me as they went about their work, as the restaurant is tiny with no separate space to wait. The evening was cool, and I was unfamiliar with the neighborhood, so I waited. At 8:20, angry, exhausted and humiliated I was allowed to sit. The food was very good, but it sat like a rock in my churning stomach. This man should be a caterer and never allowed near living, breathing customers.

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★☆☆☆☆

Arrived half an hour early with my daughter as part of a party of 14 with a reservation for 8:00 PM. The tables that we would occupy were empty and they were not reseating waiting for our party. It was Friday evening, the end of a long day and a long week. Had been in my pumps since 7:00 AM. I asked if I could sit. "No." They would not seat me until all 14 had arrived. The tiny restaurant had two seats at the bar, both occupied. I promised the owner that my daughter and I would eat, even if the other 12 never showed up. He laughed. I'm sure that he thought that he was being charming. It was 8:20 by the time the entire party was assembled. Over those 50 minutes, I asked a total of three times to be allowed to sit down, and was refused three times. Again, for the entire 50 minutes, I was standing next to the empty tables which they had indicated would be for our party. The owner and waiters ignored me, but could not help jostling me as they went about their work, as the restaurant is tiny with no separate space to wait. The evening was cool, and I was unfamiliar with the neighborhood, so I waited. At 8:20, angry, exhausted and humiliated I was allowed to sit. The food was very good, but it sat like a rock in my churning stomach. This man should be a caterer and never allowed near living, breathing customers.

Pros: delicious food

Cons: total lack of concern for the comfort of patrons

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Tournesol offers everything a bistro diner could want in an unlikely location (atop the Vernon Street number 7 subway station in LOC across the screen from an abandoned ruined industrial hulk. What can you expect?: fine (and large selection of) wine by the glass or bottle (I tried white burgundy, my dining companion drank merlot), excellent appetizers (I tried the foie gras which was wonderful, we shared a winter salad and we also tried the onion soup ... bubbly in a crock, rich and bracing, just like one would expect at an upscale restaurant in France or maybe the Quebec countryside), too many entrees to choose from (the dorado was fine, the lamb shank was even better, the steak frites at a nearby table looked 9 out of 10), and the desert was equally good (bread pudding in a thick pool of creme d'anglais ... I wanted to try the oeufs a la neige as well, but after all the above ... I was done). Remarkable food. Excellent ambiance. The restaurant was nearly full, but we were seated right away. And perhaps best of all, fair prices. I will try again (maybe I should phone ahead, cause I know it will be steak frites followed by those oeufs a la neige).

Need I say more?

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★★★★★

Tournesol offers everything a bistro diner could want in an unlikely location (atop the Vernon Street number 7 subway station in LOC across the screen from an abandoned ruined industrial hulk. What can you expect?: fine (and large selection of) wine by the glass or bottle (I tried white burgundy, my dining companion drank merlot), excellent appetizers (I tried the foie gras which was wonderful, we shared a winter salad and we also tried the onion soup ... bubbly in a crock, rich and bracing, just like one would expect at an upscale restaurant in France or maybe the Quebec countryside), too many entrees to choose from (the dorado was fine, the lamb shank was even better, the steak frites at a nearby table looked 9 out of 10), and the desert was equally good (bread pudding in a thick pool of creme d'anglais ... I wanted to try the oeufs a la neige as well, but after all the above ... I was done). Remarkable food. Excellent ambiance. The restaurant was nearly full, but we were seated right away. And perhaps best of all, fair prices. I will try again (maybe I should phone ahead, cause I know it will be steak frites followed by those oeufs a la neige).

Need I say more?

Pros: Food, ambiance, price

Cons: None

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First time I was going to Queens and a friend of mine brought me in this French restaurant . I am french and I know mostly all french bistro in manhattan. First I was surprised that we had to wait 15 minutes at the bar a wednesday night. The place was packed .After I understood why when they brought the food. Everything is homemade "except the bread" the waiter proudly told us. There is a big selection of wines.
And I don't want to talk about the desserts....Highly recommended. I will be back

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★★★★★

First time I was going to Queens and a friend of mine brought me in this French restaurant . I am french and I know mostly all french bistro in manhattan. First I was surprised that we had to wait 15 minutes at the bar a wednesday night. The place was packed .After I understood why when they brought the food. Everything is homemade "except the bread" the waiter proudly told us. There is a big selection of wines.
And I don't want to talk about the desserts....Highly recommended. I will be back

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As soon as my date and I walked in we were greeted and seated. This was the only good thing. The waitress was totally annoying. She asked what kind of water we wanted and I said tap for me. Well, I got water and it was not drinkable. The water was HOT and I had to ask for ice. My glass was never re-filled either. No one came around to see if we were okay or needed anything. Ordered the food and as soon as it came so did the annoying fly. To make a long story short there is nothing special about this place other than the ambiance.The food and service is nothing to brag about. There are other resturants in the area where you really get your monies worth. Oh, by the way they only take American Express!!! Really who are we kidding.

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★☆☆☆☆

As soon as my date and I walked in we were greeted and seated. This was the only good thing. The waitress was totally annoying. She asked what kind of water we wanted and I said tap for me. Well, I got water and it was not drinkable. The water was HOT and I had to ask for ice. My glass was never re-filled either. No one came around to see if we were okay or needed anything. Ordered the food and as soon as it came so did the annoying fly. To make a long story short there is nothing special about this place other than the ambiance.The food and service is nothing to brag about. There are other resturants in the area where you really get your monies worth. Oh, by the way they only take American Express!!! Really who are we kidding.

Pros: Ambiance

Cons: No good service or food

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Recently I had dinner celebrating my parents (yes - both parents birthdays, born two days apart) with my son (8 years old - not a wild kid, but rather charming and kind). When I made the reservation, I told them we would be 4 people, 3 adults and one child, but not a baby.

When we arrived she wanted my son to sit in the inside chairs, therefore avoiding any hot dishes. He didn't want to sit in the inside, rather on the outside next to his grandfather. I told her he would be fine sitting on the outside. She seemed to have a attitude from the start.

It is clear that the restaurant is not a kid friendly restaurant. Major problem if they expect to accommodate the ever growing L.I.C. community - which seems to be increasing with children.

The service was below average. The service was slow. The waiter took my Dad's drink order and never asked the rest of us what we wanted to drink. He was finished with his drink before the waiter took our drink order.

The appetizers were delicious. The main meals were average.

But this was the ultimate "FRENCH ATTITUDE" - we were celebrating two birthday's. We brought a birthday cake. We were told by the waiter, that they could not allow that, but then she changed her mind, but saying she would have to charge us $3.00 per person to serve the cake. How dare they suggest such a thing. I have never experienced this treatment in any restaurant in New York City. And I have been to the best restaurants in the city.

Don't think I will be going back any time soon.

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★★☆☆☆

Recently I had dinner celebrating my parents (yes - both parents birthdays, born two days apart) with my son (8 years old - not a wild kid, but rather charming and kind). When I made the reservation, I told them we would be 4 people, 3 adults and one child, but not a baby.

When we arrived she wanted my son to sit in the inside chairs, therefore avoiding any hot dishes. He didn't want to sit in the inside, rather on the outside next to his grandfather. I told her he would be fine sitting on the outside. She seemed to have a attitude from the start.

It is clear that the restaurant is not a kid friendly restaurant. Major problem if they expect to accommodate the ever growing L.I.C. community - which seems to be increasing with children.

The service was below average. The service was slow. The waiter took my Dad's drink order and never asked the rest of us what we wanted to drink. He was finished with his drink before the waiter took our drink order.

The appetizers were delicious. The main meals were average.

But this was the ultimate "FRENCH ATTITUDE" - we were celebrating two birthday's. We brought a birthday cake. We were told by the waiter, that they could not allow that, but then she changed her mind, but saying she would have to charge us $3.00 per person to serve the cake. How dare they suggest such a thing. I have never experienced this treatment in any restaurant in New York City. And I have been to the best restaurants in the city.

Don't think I will be going back any time soon.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Bad Attitude

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The reviews are mostly correct: The food is spot on, the atmospere is cozy and warm, the waitstaff are wonderful...but the wait for your table is ridiculous. Unless you stand in their face, they will seat others before you even if you have a reservation and politely protest. They have made me wait for a table for over an hour and a half on three seperate occassions - until finally I gave up and took my friends to the other lovely LIC restaurants. Be careful if they try to send you to their wine bar next door - you'll never get seated. They will happily forget about you at the wine bar and collect their money from you there. The food is wonderful, everything is great - if only they would have the same integrity toward their reservations as they do toward their food.

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★★★☆☆

The reviews are mostly correct: The food is spot on, the atmospere is cozy and warm, the waitstaff are wonderful...but the wait for your table is ridiculous. Unless you stand in their face, they will seat others before you even if you have a reservation and politely protest. They have made me wait for a table for over an hour and a half on three seperate occassions - until finally I gave up and took my friends to the other lovely LIC restaurants. Be careful if they try to send you to their wine bar next door - you'll never get seated. They will happily forget about you at the wine bar and collect their money from you there. The food is wonderful, everything is great - if only they would have the same integrity toward their reservations as they do toward their food.

Pros: food and atmosphere

Cons: Absolutely unacceptable attitude toward reservations and seating

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I went to Tournesol for the fist time on my birthday. The food was amazingly delicious and well cooked. I ordered steak-frites, a dish of steak and homemade fries. The fries were crisp and the steak was not to chewy, fatty, or crisp. The dessert choices are good but it's better to get dessert outside of the restaurant. The food can get quite expensive. The ambience was great and i give this restaurant two thumbs up.

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★★★★☆

I went to Tournesol for the fist time on my birthday. The food was amazingly delicious and well cooked. I ordered steak-frites, a dish of steak and homemade fries. The fries were crisp and the steak was not to chewy, fatty, or crisp. The dessert choices are good but it's better to get dessert outside of the restaurant. The food can get quite expensive. The ambience was great and i give this restaurant two thumbs up.

Pros: Ambience, great food

Cons: Price, gets very pricey

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It's pretty good. Probably not deserving of all the praise on this site but you can definitely do worse. Prices are okay, but there is little variety on the wine list. Restaurant could stand to be a bit cleaner, as a decent-sized insect was spotted on the ground and then the table!

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★★★☆☆

It's pretty good. Probably not deserving of all the praise on this site but you can definitely do worse. Prices are okay, but there is little variety on the wine list. Restaurant could stand to be a bit cleaner, as a decent-sized insect was spotted on the ground and then the table!

Pros: Food, music

Cons: Tables too tightly together, service a bit light

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My friend Uenshee and I love this place, the brunches are awesome but if you're looking for a nice trendy place to sit down and enjoy some great food with a nice bottle of French wine, then this is the place to be. The staff is friendly and the entire menu is very reasonable. There are some cool bars in the vicinity and the pier is in walking distance. The only downside other than Uenshee checking out the waiters is the fact the place is a little small and tough to get a seat on weekends.

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★★★★★

My friend Uenshee and I love this place, the brunches are awesome but if you're looking for a nice trendy place to sit down and enjoy some great food with a nice bottle of French wine, then this is the place to be. The staff is friendly and the entire menu is very reasonable. There are some cool bars in the vicinity and the pier is in walking distance. The only downside other than Uenshee checking out the waiters is the fact the place is a little small and tough to get a seat on weekends.

Pros: Food, music, service etc.etc.

Cons: Small and be prepared to wait for a seat...

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This is a great little place that I'll be back to as often as I can. After coincidentally visiting an eclectic variety of french restaurants around the NYC area in the past year or so including Payard, Cafe du Soleil (on the upper west side), Les Halles, 360 (in redhook), Tournesol, and Paradou, my two favorites are 360 and Tournesol. The wait staff at Tournesol were, indeed, very friendly, attentive, helpful, and not in your face or full of attitude. The beef cheeks were as amazing as everyone is saying... tender, juicy, full of flavor... the kind of melt in your mouth experience that makes your eyes roll back in your head and low gutteral sounds seep up from your throat. The lambshank was just as tender and the flavor of fresh herbs permeated all throughout. This is one of my favorite things about this place: You can taste the fresh herbs in every dish and it makes a BIG difference for the flavors. I also had the special seafood torte as an appetizer and it was absolutely delicious. I hope they decided to put it on the menu permanently. The mussels and calamari in it were perfectly cooked and the ever so thin pastry shell stayed crisp in spots the whole time. It was a fabulous blend of flavors, textures, and perfectly cooked seafood. As for the creme brulee... well... I'm a huge fan and therefore a bit of a snob (sorry :)) so I thought the texture was absolutely perfect. I've never had one in the city with such perfectly silky and smooth texture without being too thin or starting to be too custard like. The carmalized top was a little over done in the middle but the edges were perfect. And despite being able to see the flecks of vanilla... the actual vanilla flavor was thin. I know the beans are expensive but get those amazing mexican beans, use a little more and I'll pay for it... it'll be worth it. :)

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★★★★★

This is a great little place that I'll be back to as often as I can. After coincidentally visiting an eclectic variety of french restaurants around the NYC area in the past year or so including Payard, Cafe du Soleil (on the upper west side), Les Halles, 360 (in redhook), Tournesol, and Paradou, my two favorites are 360 and Tournesol. The wait staff at Tournesol were, indeed, very friendly, attentive, helpful, and not in your face or full of attitude. The beef cheeks were as amazing as everyone is saying... tender, juicy, full of flavor... the kind of melt in your mouth experience that makes your eyes roll back in your head and low gutteral sounds seep up from your throat. The lambshank was just as tender and the flavor of fresh herbs permeated all throughout. This is one of my favorite things about this place: You can taste the fresh herbs in every dish and it makes a BIG difference for the flavors. I also had the special seafood torte as an appetizer and it was absolutely delicious. I hope they decided to put it on the menu permanently. The mussels and calamari in it were perfectly cooked and the ever so thin pastry shell stayed crisp in spots the whole time. It was a fabulous blend of flavors, textures, and perfectly cooked seafood. As for the creme brulee... well... I'm a huge fan and therefore a bit of a snob (sorry :)) so I thought the texture was absolutely perfect. I've never had one in the city with such perfectly silky and smooth texture without being too thin or starting to be too custard like. The carmalized top was a little over done in the middle but the edges were perfect. And despite being able to see the flecks of vanilla... the actual vanilla flavor was thin. I know the beans are expensive but get those amazing mexican beans, use a little more and I'll pay for it... it'll be worth it. :)

Pros: Food, Friendly, Closer to manhattan than you think

Cons: decor - could use a little help :)

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I have been going to Tournesol for years and they never disappoint. The hangar steak and garlic chicken are pretty amazing for dinner. The brunch is some of the best in the city and there is rarely a wait...which I am sure will change soon.

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★★★★★

I have been going to Tournesol for years and they never disappoint. The hangar steak and garlic chicken are pretty amazing for dinner. The brunch is some of the best in the city and there is rarely a wait...which I am sure will change soon.

Pros: Great Food, Great Brunch, Great Coffee

Cons: small space

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Wonderful small french bistro that feels like home. I recently went there w/5 others. Excellent reviews across the board--of note, Appet: snails--succulent and not overwhelming, breaded goat cheese french salad--satisfying and pleasant, fresh green salad--satisfying w/a walnut oil vinegar dressing. Main: Hake fish on a bed of beans--amazing, beef cheeks--tender and delightful, hanger steak w/frites--solid. Prices are reasonable.

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★★★★★

Wonderful small french bistro that feels like home. I recently went there w/5 others. Excellent reviews across the board--of note, Appet: snails--succulent and not overwhelming, breaded goat cheese french salad--satisfying and pleasant, fresh green salad--satisfying w/a walnut oil vinegar dressing. Main: Hake fish on a bed of beans--amazing, beef cheeks--tender and delightful, hanger steak w/frites--solid. Prices are reasonable.

Pros: Small, Home-y Feel, Friendly Wait Staff, SOLID Food All Around

Cons: , Drafts in the Winter, CASH and AmEx ONLY

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It is great to have a place like this in LIC. Leaving Manhattan can often mean leaving behind great food and ambience steps from your door. This place rivals any bistro in the city. I would add more mirrors, but change nothing else. The quality of the food goes beyond traditional bistro fare. The fois gras with fig is fantastic. This particular night, I ordered the lamb shank special served with polenta (a much better choice than mashed potatoes). People from the neighborhood: support this great place. Manhattanites: take the 7 train to Queens - its worth it!

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★★★★★

It is great to have a place like this in LIC. Leaving Manhattan can often mean leaving behind great food and ambience steps from your door. This place rivals any bistro in the city. I would add more mirrors, but change nothing else. The quality of the food goes beyond traditional bistro fare. The fois gras with fig is fantastic. This particular night, I ordered the lamb shank special served with polenta (a much better choice than mashed potatoes). People from the neighborhood: support this great place. Manhattanites: take the 7 train to Queens - its worth it!

Pros: Food, Cute Waiter

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I love Tournesol...I have been for dinner and brunch and am never disappointed in the food or service. Both are outstanding. I just wish the space could somehow double, because it is so crowded! My boyfriend and I decided to go there at 10 on a Saturday night, and it was pretty much full! The crowds speak volumes about this bistro... it is consistently wonderful. No one can stay away!

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★★★★☆

I love Tournesol...I have been for dinner and brunch and am never disappointed in the food or service. Both are outstanding. I just wish the space could somehow double, because it is so crowded! My boyfriend and I decided to go there at 10 on a Saturday night, and it was pretty much full! The crowds speak volumes about this bistro... it is consistently wonderful. No one can stay away!

Pros: Food, Service, Reasonable Prices

Cons: Too Cramped

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Authentic french bistro. Ran by very friendly people (authentic french as well!) who make you feel like home.
The foie gras is a God sent, as well as the steak frites. Try the cassoulet in Wednesday!

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★★★★★

Authentic french bistro. Ran by very friendly people (authentic french as well!) who make you feel like home.
The foie gras is a God sent, as well as the steak frites. Try the cassoulet in Wednesday!

Pros: Inexpensive, Great ambience, Fantastic food

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Brunch is amazing, eggs benedict, croque monsoir, mussels-Ive been so many times I can't count and have loved everything-this place is not yet the scene of Pastis but the food is much better, all in a cozy, friendly atmosphere.

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★★★★★

Brunch is amazing, eggs benedict, croque monsoir, mussels-Ive been so many times I can't count and have loved everything-this place is not yet the scene of Pastis but the food is much better, all in a cozy, friendly atmosphere.

Pros: Good Value

Cons: Parking

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I love this place!The food tastes good and is not expensive.They have a good wine list.The staff is great and professional.

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★★★★★

I love this place!The food tastes good and is not expensive.They have a good wine list.The staff is great and professional.

Pros: inexpensive, tasty, close to the subway

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good foie gras, great steack frite, affordable price, a little bistro like they are in small town of france with out the NYC arrogance

Bravo Bravo

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★★★★☆

good foie gras, great steack frite, affordable price, a little bistro like they are in small town of france with out the NYC arrogance

Bravo Bravo

Pros: Inexpensive

Cons: hard to locate

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The food at Tournesol is authentic home-cooked french fare with a flare. The presentation is creative and the atmosphere couldn't be warmer. And the crème brûlée is the best I've had outside of Paris. Be sure to arrive before 8pm as it tends to get crowded on virtually every night of the week.

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★★★★☆

The food at Tournesol is authentic home-cooked french fare with a flare. The presentation is creative and the atmosphere couldn't be warmer. And the crème brûlée is the best I've had outside of Paris. Be sure to arrive before 8pm as it tends to get crowded on virtually every night of the week.

Pros: Romantic, Cozy, Authentic

Cons: Crowded, Takes only AMEX

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A Francophile bastion in Queens' Long Island City? Oui. French expatriates gather here regularly for a menu and atmosphere filled with the trapping of home. The dimly lit interior is conventionally adorned with the usual decorative prints…

 

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