Taratata is that most unexpected and charming of discoveries—a Parisian bistro serving up traditional French homecooking in the heart of Chinatown. With its wide-open entrance, inviting red booths and accessible pricing, it is quite simply, bidding all local denizens to come in and fall in love again with French cuisine.
There’s nothing close to fusion on the menu here. What chefs and owners Betrand Raguin and Philippe Nouzillat serve up are respectful, authentic takes on well-loved French comfort classics, like Duck Confit with White Bean Ragout, Crispy Oven-Baked Pork Trotter with Mushroom Fricasée and Braised Rabbit Leg in Mustard and Tarragon Sauce. Expect serving sizes to be generous and filling, in keeping with the rustic roots of the cuisine.