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New french Bistro in Williamsburg, Juliette

sonyako | Oct 28, 200604:42 AM     7

Ate at Juliette in Williamsburg tonight after husband walked by during renovations a few weeks ago and notice it. The place is next to Sparky's/Egg in the old Red and Black space. North 5th off Bedford.

I was very impressed with the inside. They gutted the old place and it's full on amazing french bistro in there. I'm not a fan of Fada, so for me this is a welcome addition. Apparently they've only been open a week, but it was pretty busy. I had French Onion Soup and some sort of salad that was goat cheese and rolled vegetables/eggplant, and my husband had a salad with goat cheese and oranges, and trout. It was all very delicious and service was super friendly and attentive - a welcome thing in this neighborhood. They were even playing french music....Jacques Brel, Piaf etc, which is nice.

Highly recommended from a long time neighborhood foodie...me!

xxsonya

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