We were looking for a brunch place close to Herald Square, when we stumbled upon Petit Poulet, a French bistro and wine bar that is part to the Radisson Hotel in Koreatown. Although most of the hotel restaurants feel like... hotel restaurants, there was a bit of a feel of a French brasserie, thanks to the decor, such as the tables and bistro chairs, tin ceiling and mosaic floor.
Food wise, Petit Poulet meaning literally little chicken in French, I was expecting few dishes with chicken, but admit that I was a bit disappointed as the only choices for brunch were the Caesar salad with chicken as an add-on, and the Petit Poulet salad. So I went with the latter that was served with some nice pieces of St André cheese. It was a very good salad that sort of followed my New Year resolution, if it was not for the cheese. There was a nice amount of pulled chicken in it, and it was not overdressed. I simply liked it.
Jodi went for their veggie omelet that had spinach (and not asparagus as mentioned on the menu), tomato, roasted red pepper and goat cheese. It was a good omelet, not dry and fluffy. It was served with some delicious house potatoes that were slightly crispy.
That was good and I was close to order a crepe Suzette for dessert, but did not. At least this time, as I would go back at Petit Poulet, maybe for dinner this time.
Enjoy (I did)!
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