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Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2006
This is hands-down my favorite restaurant in the world. The food will be spectacular - whatever you order, I guarantee it will be phenomenal. I have been three times and each time the service has been impeccable. For a fancy meal the value is great. I already can't wait to go back!
Posted by J & J on 07/15/2006
Tried it 3 times and left with just an okay. The food was very good though. However, if you would like to speak to you partner or friends......you can't. The noise level is deafening. It's impossible to hear the waiters describing the menu.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/04/2006
Accidently found this little gem on a walk with a date. I didn't have very high expectations but I was throughly surpise by the food, it's flavor and style. I don't think there is much more to say but give it a shot...
Posted by Anonymous on 05/16/2006
Went for my b-day with my husband (then boyfriend) last year. The food was delicious, but the portion sizes were tiny (and I usually can never eat all or even most of my meals). The hostess was really sweet. We were at first seated in the cute window area, but then she asked us to move b/c an anniversary couple had reserved that specific table. In exchange, she gave us a bottle of wine that was wonderful (I think it was called Sylvaner). Would like to go back some time. The restaurant was really cute but a bit crowded and noisy.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/11/2006
By far the best restaurant for foodies in Park Slope. Veal tartar with dill and crispy shallots, amazing suckling pig-- actually everything is amazing.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2006
Went to Applewood for our anniversary dinner. Great dinner, until the waiter decided to choose our dessert for us without our consent. We were looking forward to specific desserts which were in season. The waiter's decision put a dapper on our special day.
Posted by bklnite on 04/24/2006
While the place is adorable (think park slope brownstone meets new england country house), the portions are tiny! I understand the whole organic, sustainable farming thing they have going on here and that may account for the high prices and the small portions, but it is kind of ridiculous. The lobster appetizer was literally 2 pieces of lobster and a dollop of greens, you could have eaten the whole thing in one bite. The main courses (venison, fish), looked like appetizers. Other than mini portions, the food is quite good, the atmosphere is very cutesy, and the cocktails are interesting.