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October 19, 2010

Autumn Sunday in New York

This past Sunday the weather was B-E-A-U-T-I-ful (!), so I went on a lovely day date with my even lovelier friend Michelle. We strolled around Central Park for several hours and took some gorgeous photos...
Then we paid a short visit to the MoMa, particularly to see the "Abstract Expressionist New York" exhibit, a part of which were Warhol's soups...and we all know how much Sasha likes her soups...
Then we had dinner at La Bonne Soupe (gee, there's really a theme emerging here, huh?) I've been there once before, though I had a little too much vin that time and don't remember what I ate exactly, but I do remember enjoying it! La Bonne Soupe is a relatively small, intimate French bistro, with a modest red awning. Their menu features classic French bistro dishes, like omelettes and crepes.
Michelle and I both ordered La Crepe Forestière, a crepe filled with thinly-sliced ham, mushrooms, bechamel sauce and Swiss cheese, which was served mesclun greens and a light lemon garlic dressing. ($13.95) The crepe was absolutely delicious and definitely hit the spot after a whole day of walking. It was also about the size of my head so it was very filling.

This little piece of heaven is located at:
48 West 55th Street
New York, NY 10019


Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

Hi Sasha! Thanks for your comment on my blog. I'm always glad to meet new foodies :D

You ordered the best thing at this restaurant. It looks fantastic. Plus, I'm glad to see some French representation on your blog :)

Heavenly Housewife said...

So cool, what a fun day, seeing the Warhol soup picture and then having the real thing :) the crepe looks awesome.
*kisses* H

Susi said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog :o) This sounds like a lovely way to spend a Sunday! Your first picture is lovely :o)

Alen Agaronov said...

Were you two able to score balcony seats? ;)