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Onion soup, beef stew, chocolate mousse and other French classics, done authentically and reliably, anchor the menu at Long Island City’s Café Henri. These dishes include croque monsieur—a fabulous European escalation of the grilled ham and cheese, with or without an egg—a mushroom and chèvre crêpe, and traditional quiche Lorraine. The menu is rounded out by more adventurous offerings like the Salad Henri, which features ratatouille, roasted chicken, potatoes and mesclun greens.