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Posted by nancy on 04/04/2014
This place is to expensive. the prices are insane
Posted by Christine on 02/28/2012
Food certainly looks appetizing but really it's far too sweet. A bunch of us ordered breakfast pastries--pain au chocolat, coffee cake, almond croissant--and coffee and hot chocolate. Pastries tasted of pure sugar, as does the hot chocolate. Coffee was OK but over-roasted. I won't be back. I'd expect something better from a chef like Thomas Keller.
Posted by jim hanbury on 10/27/2010
bouchon bakery is a place we go to often before a lincoln center show. service is quick and the menu, while not changing much, is great for a quick meal. our faves are the salads and the excellent tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich. desserts are wonderful, and can be taken out from the bakery. crowded at peak hours - get there a bit early for easy seating and the best views
Posted by Hunter on 04/17/2010
Had the most delicious beignets at Bouchon Las Vegas and went back next day to Bakery (before 10am or they are sold out) for more! Went to NYC location and their version was heavy and dull (called donuts)! Shame on you Mr. Keller. Since when does Vegas trump NYC for food qaulity.
Posted by Patti on 02/13/2010
After savoring the beignets in Las Vegas we couldn't wait to visit at home in NY. But, sadly, no beignets. Most certainly the best bakery item I have ever had. Yet unavailable here in NY? How is that possible?
Posted by Indietny on 01/20/2010
I love coming here gettting a cup of coffee and a pastrie. I also just love sitting with friends shooting the breaze looking across 59th street. The have good wines and some lite things to eat. THis would not be a place for dinner!
Posted by Yanina on 08/03/2009
It seems that some of the reviewers are mixing the take-out bakery (with separate self-serve area) and the actual sit down cafe - which is not that small and has a great view of Columbus circle. Prepare to wait on average 20-30 minutes for a table during lunch hours (most weekends). I do not see it a problem as there are plenty of places in the Time Warner building to pass 30 minutes in. Borders is a floor bellow. The food is great. From a delicious ham and cheese (ask for it pressed) on a baguette to foie gras pate served with toast. Always changing soup specials are wonderful. Nothing is better then a cup of tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich on a cold or rainy day. All in all love it.