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Posted by Anonymous on 11/21/2008
I have eaten here a couple of times and each time was a disappointment. Frisee lardon salad came with hard boiled egg, soup was good but not warm, wine was small by the glass and expensive, chicken was dry and could have been used to be cut (it came as a whole half) Scallops were okay... and no liquor license (only wine and beer) all in all spending over $150 on three people left me feeling as though I could have spent that $$ better elsewhere!
Posted by Yeah Park Slope! on 10/19/2008
I am so excited to have moved to Park Slope from Manhattan and to have brunch at Belleville as our first restaurant here we were so excited! The croissants and fresh squeezed orange juice made us forget what we dealt with after an exhausting move and the steak and eggs and the mimosas made us glad we were in Park Slope. We are definitely going to try it for dinner, the table next to us was raving about it. I can't wait to see what else Park Slope has to offer! Although I think our weekends are secured at Belleville. :D
Posted by Steve on 08/04/2008
I would suggest the burger enough for two w/ fries. Friendly service and dinner specials on Mondays. Plus, they take American Express in addition to cash.
Posted by O.P. on 07/15/2008
This place has a great deal for brunch. The egg dishes are really good, and they always have new omelets and scrambled eggs of the day. The home-fried potatoes are not too greasy and are always warm. However, this place fills up pretty quickly, so go early or expect a long, long wait. Cash only!!
Posted by Sarah on 04/27/2008
Went to Belleville for dinner on a Friday night. A dish we requested (this was fairly early in the night) wasn't available and the French fryer was completely out of commission. One person in our party also ordered a beer that was no longer on tap. I ordered a fish dish and the portion was extremely smallI'm not a big eater at all and left the restaurant feeling hungry. It was supposed to be served with a tomato ragout, which consisted of three, very sad grape tomatoes. My boyfriend's roast chicken was dry and someone else in our party rated his steak a 3 of of 10. Not a good experience. Oh, and we waited so long for the check that someone had to stand up and find our waitress.
Posted by Hannah Von Stinkenstein on 11/24/2007
The service was too attentive to the point of feeling a bit rushed. Food on the specials menu satisfied its title with being memorably tasty whereas from the regular menu food was rather regular. To be particular, there was nothing French or exquisite about the burger (and i also noticed that the bun was too large, in fact the whole thing was too large to eat politely).
Posted by PSNative on 08/19/2007
I hate to even write this review. When this establishment opened it was wonderful. They cooked largely around what was seasonally available in vegetables and seasonally appropriate as far as heavy vs. Lite food. No more. There are no specials.. the menue never changes. That is not my complaint. The quality and quantity of food has gone down. the reason that tables are available (read other reviews) is largely because this place is not keeping their regular customers (like me). Park Slope is blessed with so many restaurants to choose from that if you dine in a restaurant that falters... that place falls to the bottom of your list and you try another.. What a shame. I love the way the place looks. The staff is great. But... It is all about keeping the food on the best levels.. This place has slipped.