Marseille, a French brassiere serving popular, yet unique, French dishes is popular with theater-goers, as well as locals looking to experience the ambiance of a French restaurant in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen.
Vibrant and colorful, this restaurant, inspired by the French Port City of Marseille, has incorporated the cultural melting pot that is France’s gateway to the Mediterranean into all the dishes served on the menu. On the menu you will find flavorful and authentic cuisine celebrating Marseille’s mix of French, Italian, Greek, and Northern African influences.
A Gluten Free Friendly Menu is available upon request. Lucky for us, most of the dishes on menu are naturally gluten free, while a few can be made gluten free with a few modifications.
Gluten Free options include:
Mediterranean Salad (no croutons)
Pistou Soup (no croutons)
Class French Onion Soup (no bread)
Petite Soupe de Bouillabaisse (no croutons)
Moroccan Eggplant (no pita, ask for rice crackers)
Hummus (no pita, ask for rice crackers)
Duck Liver (no pita, ask for rice crackers)
Tagines – lamb shank, seafood, vegetarian (no couscous)
Beef Short Rib “Bourguingnon”
Atlantic Salmon (no fregola)
Moules Frites Mariniere (*fries are gluten free but fried in same fryer with gluten)
Bouillabaisse (no croutons)
Tuna Steak Nicoise
Prime Rib Burger (no bun, fries*)
Steak Frites (*fries)
Hanger au Poivre (no shallots)
Kale sprouts with Garlic Butter
Broccoli Rabe with Calabrian Chiles
The wine list is the largest, and heaviest, I have ever seen, or felt. There are wines from every region in France, for every price point.