Bistro Dinner, Le Central or Anjou?
Which of the two do you prefer? Looking for a reasonably priced meal with a glass of wine in the Union Square vicinity for my wife and I. Both Le Central and Anjou seem to fit what we are looking for. Seeking a great onion soup, maybe steak frites, duck confit, roast chicken, maybe a well prepared cassoulet, something comforting in cold weather.
I like that Herb Caen was a regular at Le Central since I used to follow his column, so that seems to be an old school type of place. Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your help.
I haven't been to Le Central in many years so I don't know what it is like these days. I've enjoyed my meals at Anjou, but I have to say that we had lunch the other day at Cafe Claude and I think I prefer it to Anjou. Very French, very good and I felt like there were more things to choose from. A friend liked it so much that she and her husband went for his bday dinner a few nights later. It is also in the Union Square area - on a small alley kind of mid-way between Anjou and Le Central.