|651 Monroe Ave, Rochester NY, 14604|
|CLOSED as of 12/31/2007 (due to Eviction)|
La Manne Haitian was a Haitian restaurant on Monroe Avenue.
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2007-10-26 11:21:02 The food here is fabulous! My mother and I went there, she had the beef and rice dish. I was a bit more adventurous and had the goat and rice dish. Both meals were tasty and filling. The prices were more than reasonable. I was also able to pay by credit card.
The service is great and they will take time to answer any questions you have about the menu.
2007-11-01 10:33:49 This place could use some word of mouth. I had the goat and rice dish, accra with picklees, and a slice of their upside down pineapple cake, all of which was tasty and very filling. This is solid comfort food, and is well worth checking out. —AlAbonado
2007-11-30 18:46:09 Was there on Nov 15. Food was very good, including the "picklees" which looks like innocuous vinagrette cole slaw, but WOW, packs a hot Scotch Bonnet pepper punch.
Depending on who you get, service can be very friendly or a little more stand-offish. Was too quiet. Needs some nice Haitian music playing discreetly in the background.
Would highly recommend it for those looking for a tasty and somewhat off-the-beaten path culinary adventure and/or those looking to support and local start up business. If the D&C spent 1/10 the actual news space to great local restaurants like this, as opposed to giving the frickin' Cheesecake Factory all sorts of free advertising disguised as "news," Rochester would have lot more cool restaurants to go to. —JasonHaremza
2007-12-21 12:37:45 Very different from other Hatian and Caribbean food in that they deep fried their meats instead of stewing. The meat has a spicy taste, in my opinion they taste better than mainstream Hatian/Caribbean food. There is a French colony atmosphere too. —WilliamSmith
2008-01-08 17:00:14 Definitely closed. Too bad... —JasonHaremza
2008-03-18 12:06:57 La Manne Haitian Restaurant was excellent and there is more to the story but not eviction. the owners voluntarily left to reopened at a different location. —ElaineBrooks