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B. Cafe West

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  • Belgian
  • 566 Amsterdam Ave, New York NY10024 40.788749 -73.974639
  • (Btwn 87th & 88th St)
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  • (212) 873-0003
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User Ratings (Based on 34 reviews)

Food 3.7 Value 3.2
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 873-0003
(212) 873-4700
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Dinner Mon-Thu: 5pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 5pm-12am Sun: 5pm-10pm Brunch Sat-Sun: 10am-4pm
Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Delivery, Online Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • B. Cafe West

    Posted by Alexios Shaw on 03/14/2010

    best mussels and service

    Service is terrific at this restaurant, very lovely staff, beautiful and charming ladies work here. Not the place necessarily for a long leisurely meal (hardly possible anymore in Manhattan! not that many customers even seek such a thing) but the mussels & beer are terrific. This is a very good place for romantic dates, especially early in the week when it is a little less crowded.

  • B. Cafe West

    Posted by Karen on 03/14/2010

    One of the reason i like to go on the UWS

    nice atmosphere, good food. friday night was my third time at the bcafe. i really like the UWS.

  • B. Cafe West

    Posted by Kathy on 03/14/2010


    My husband and I went for the first time a few weeks ago. I had the steak frites and my husband had the Hooegarden muscles. The muscles were especially good and the fries are probably the best in the city. I was extremely pleased with our meal. Although the restaurant is small, it is charming and has a very Euro-feel, and our waitress was helpful and friendly. This restaurant is a gem of the UWS. Definitely going back!

  • B. Cafe West

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/08/2010

    best frites in nyc!

    this place as the best frites in the city. me and my wife love the mussels red devil....delicious with a nice glass of la chouffe beer. i have been there so many times,great menu always excellent

  • B. Cafe West

    Posted by Cat on 03/07/2010

    Assembly Line

    Its clear the goal of mgmt here is ....turnover....an assembly line mentality is obvious... get em in and get em out.. asap. If you enjoy being rushed, by all means try it.

  • B. Cafe West

    Posted by anonymous on 01/24/2010

    Don't order the "famous" burger.

    My boyfriend and I went to B. Cafe last night for the second time. The first time we sat at the bar and shared a really good burger. This time, we had a pretty awful experience. We each ordered a burger medium rare with different toppings. First, we noticed they got the toppings wrong on my boyfriend's burger. Then, we were upset to see that both burgers were cooked very well done. Anyone who loves burgers understands how much of a screw-up this is! I sent mine back. The second time, the burger they gave me was crispy on the outside and completely raw in the middle. I sent it back again, with the waitress' blessing. The third burger was like the first: well done to the point of falling apart (or maybe they just tried to mash together and re-cook the second patty that I had cut open?). At this point I felt there was little hope and resolved to make do with the french fries, which were excellent. I did make it through some of the burger, though not happily. The worst part is, they charged us for the entire meal! They didn't even comp us the one beer we ordered. I will admit they have a good beer selection and I can't speak to the rest of the menu. But if you have the nerve to put a "B. Cafe West Famous Burger" on the menu and charge $15 for it, make sure the chef knows how to cook it.

  • B. Cafe West

    Posted by Beer Lover on 01/12/2010

    Stop Ripping Us Off on Draft Beers

    The food here varies widely, depending on what you order. What disturbs me more, however, is that they do not fill the beer glasses. They have the skinny tap spouts as they do in Holland, but since these tend to create more foam, the "head" tends to take more glass volume than a regular American draft. The way the Dutch/Belgians compensate for this is to knock the head off with a knife kept in water on the bar for that specific purpose, followed by another pour until the glass is full with a short head and more beer. On several occaisions (different bartenders) we have received a glass of beer which is 1/2 or more head, so it seems to be training or house policy. The beer is good but at 1/2 glass for $9, it's a ripoff.

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