French pastries on the plate.
French pastries on the plate.
Le Bernardin

New York

The Best French Restaurants in New York

Discover New York City's cozy neighborhood bistros and sophisticated brasseries.

Updated on Jan 12, 2024 | World of Mouth team

From the busy streets of Manhattan to the trendy corners of Brooklyn, this guide highlights the best French restaurants in New York. Take in the contemporary bistro atmosphere at Frenchette, indulge in great French seafood at Le Bernardin, or immerse yourself in the luxurious setting at Le Pavillon. As with all World of Mouth listings, all recommendations are based on top food writers and chefs like Joshua David Stein, Gaggan Anand, and Will Guidara. So to help you navigate your way around the city, read on and discover where to find the best French food in New York.

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