$20 for $40 Worth of Authentic French Cuisine and Drinks at Café du Soleil

Upper West Side

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In a Nutshell

  • Authentic French cuisine
  • Fabulous mussels
  • Bistro décor
  • Outdoor terrace

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jan 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3/person. Limit 1/table, 2 for tables of 4 or more. Limit 1/visit. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Not valid on holidays or for the following or any promotions: Mon (The Steak House), Weds (1/2 Price Bottles of Wine), Thurs (The Fish Market), Sun (Prix-fixe or Pre-theatre menus). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Statue of Liberty, a gift from France to the United States, was in fact a Trojan horse, designed to loose Parisian chefs on an unsuspecting populace. See how these 19th-century chefs' delicious doings live on with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of authentic French cuisine and drinks at Café du Soleil, located on the Upper West Side.

Café du Soleil brings to mind and mouth the appetizing ambience of a French bistro, without the stumping mathematical riddles of the real thing. Leave graphing calculators at home, and instead key in to the authentic French flavors of Café du Soleil's dinner menu, the tastechild of Chef Matthew Tivy. The mussels main course, served with garlic french fries, bathes farm-raised Newfoundland steamed mussels in your choice of white wine and shallots, fresh tomato sauce with garlic and basil, or Thai curry coconut broth ($19.95), while a dozen escargots, baked in a classic garlic-herb-butter sauce, showcases a savory use for snails other than as horses in beetle chariot races ($16.95). Opt for the organic awesomeness of a grilled salmon filet covered in dijon mustard sauce with cauliflower potato puree and braised leaks ($23.95), or tongue-lasso in the free-range, red-wine-braised chicken of the coq au vin, with mushrooms and pearl onions ($21.95). Café du Soleil's desserts dig deep into France's dominating bullpen of pastries and puddings, with the cocoa vin, a warm flourless chocolate cake with an orange wine sauce and toasted hazelnuts, emerging as the reliable closer ($8.95).

With wide windows letting in the shine of the soleil, white tablecloths lending a pristine elegance, rectangular mirrors lining the cream-colored walls, and patrons soaking in the summertime weather on the outdoor terrace, Café du Soleil transports diners to the romantically conflicted cobblestone streets of Hemingway's Paris.

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Calling ahead for reservations is encouraged.

Customer Reviews

Great food and service.
Yenna C. · January 15, 2012
We actually went to Cafe du Soleil, but I'm assuming it comes through under this name. The food was excellent, atmosphere very nice. Overall a very pleasant experience. Appreciated having the discount.
Wendy S. · January 9, 2012
Excellent food and service!
Keith G. · January 2, 2012

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