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Le Marais

150 W. 46th Street (Between 6th Ave & 7th Ave), New York, NY, 10036


Tartare de Thon
Tuna tartar with spicy tomato vinaigrette
Ris de Veau Grand – Mere
Sweet breads with wild mushroom sauce
Salade de Confit Canard
Frisee salad with duck confit
Saumon Fume et son Aumoniere
Smoked salmon,begger’s purse with capers, onions,eggs and tomatoes

Salade de Portobello, Epinards et Artichauts
Artichoke, portobello, spinach, salad
Salade Niçoise au Thon Frais
Salad Nicoise with grilled tuna
Merguez, Salade de Couscous
Spicy lamb sausages, couscous salad
Salade de Poulet Grillé
Grilled chicken salad
Salade de Boeuf Grillé, Saveurs Asiatiques
Grilled steak salad, ginger dressing

Poulet au Vieux Vinaigre
Chicken fricassée in aged balsamic vinegar with spring vegetables

Côte de Veau Garnie
Veal chop, with chick pea fritters
Steak au Poivre, Frites
Black pepper crusted tournedos
Boeuf Bourguignon
Beef braised in red wine
L’Entrecote de Bison
Buffalo Ribeye
Navarin d’Agneau Provencal
Braised lamb shoulder, slow roasted provencal vegetables

de Poulet, Frites

Chicken Paillard
Canard a L’Orange
Roasted half duck with orange sauce

Saumon Asiatique
Salmon with bok-choy, miso soy glaze
Thon Grille Sauce Vierge, Tian de Legumes
Grilled fresh Hawaiian tuna with an olive oil, herb and onion vinaigrette, provencal vegetables

(Served with pommes frites)
Hanger steak, shallot sauce
Tournedos “Le Marais” with béarnaise
Côte de Boeuf – Prime rib for one
Le Hampe – Skirt steak

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About Le Marais

Without sounding over the top, Le Marais is simply one of the best kosher steakhouses in the country. Approaching two decades, Le Marais, which is named for a Jewish neighborhood in Paris, has been attracting dates, business people, tourists and theatre goers alike.  Earning a very good “22” Zagat ranking, the guide exclaims “the quality meats happens to be kosher...a convenient provider of delicious beef at fair prices.”

Indeed, their cuisine, especially their steaks, are world renowned as they buy their meat straight from a master butcher who supplies them with the best selections.  With a specific aging process, their customers are assured of getting the finest quality cuts. They are certainly on par with any non-kosher steakhouse. Owner Jose Meirelles, reflects on the establishment history: “When we opened the restaurant almost 20 years ago, there was a lack of kosher restaurants that knew how to properly age their meats. We offered the Jewish customer something that they never had before.”  

In a turn-of-the-century French style wooden decor, the restaurant offers their guests a casual yet classy atmosphere.  For your convenience, this rare steakhouse, well done, offers space for private meetings and parties in their upstairs dining room. Along with his rustic cooking, Long Island-born, Executive Chef, Mark Hennessey brings his C.I.A. training and years of kosher restaurant experience to Le Marais.  What most people come for, Mark says, are the “La Surprise”- their butcher's cut and Tournedos Le Marais with bearnaise sauce. Creative daily lunch and dinner specials are commonly found on the menu, so be sure to visit often.  Le Marais also features one of the largest international wine lists of any kosher restaurant, including many special bourbons, whiskeys, single malt and scotch selections. 


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