|Entrance to Casimir|
|Inside of Casimir (my pic is a bit dark, but I love the globe lights!)|
The menu offers all your standard French bistro fare, which means I've got some hard decisions to make!
The escargot was served in garlic butter and dining compadre devoured it...all I heard from her end were the mmmm's and ooooh's as she focused her full attention on her appetizer. Not one to let good butter go to waste, dining compadre loved scooping up the extra sauce with baguette pieces.
While the escargot was super tasty, my onion soup was ridiculously amazing!!!!!! It was full of flavor with the perfect amount of onions and the cheese on top was perfectly crispy and melted. Casimir really mastered this soup - they managed to keep it flavorful without over-salting the broth. I'm already planning to take my mom here as soon as possible!
|French Onion Soup|
Dining compadre's Duck Confit was served with crispy potatoes and a small salad. The duck deliciously crispy on the outside and super tender on the inside. The potatoes were also perfectly crispy.
My Bouillabaisse was an extremely large portion of all different kinds of seafood including: mussels, clams, shrimps, and two different types of fish in a tomato broth. It was served with baoguette pieces to dip into the broth. Tasty!
|Our dessert - Floating Island and Creme Brulee|
Piggy says Yes!
103 Ave B (btwn 6th and 7th St)
Thanks for reading - Piggy KK
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