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Posted by anonymous on 11/11/2007
What a fantastic restaurant. The ambience is really enjoyable without trying too hard. The waiters were very friendly, without being overbearing. The location is prime. There was about a 20 minutes wait, so while we were waiting we grabbed a drink at a bar down the street. The crabcakes were heavenly and the wild mushroom and lingonberry duck was divine. I can't wait to go back!!
Posted by ernerst hemingway on 10/06/2007
wanted to like this place. first time diner underwhelmed by the poor service. our appetizers came after entrees from surrounding tables who had ordered at the same time. response by manager was tepid at best. obviously I just didn't understand why our food(soup & salad) hadn't arrived. it takes time to make a salad, he said. the menu was appealing but I wouldn't go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/04/2007
I am not exactly a frequent Brooklyn visitor, but Henry's End is one of the best restaurants in the city. It has a very interesting wine selection and a very nice sparkling wine from New Mexico of all places. Every dish is quite literally a lesson in how good food can be. What is even more shocking is the prices! Many restaurants would charge you a lot more for food of less quality.
Posted by FoodConnoisseur on 01/31/2007
The cooks are so creative with their entrees. My girlfriend and I love the cinnamon fried chicken. Delicious spicy earthy coating that enrobes a deliciously tender chicken. The Napoleon and Mrs Mud Pie desserts are definitley worth ordering. Also a very friendly and attentive waitstaff made the visit very enjoyable.
Posted by DiningDeacon on 08/04/2006
I went here recently for the first time in years, and was glad to see it humming along. It's always crowded, lively and noisy. The waitress, who's been there forever, is a sketch. What's amazing is that food of such quality and variety comes out of that tiny kitchen. I had a lovely chilled pea soup, perfect for summer, and the really wonderful mustard-seed tuna. My date had the lamb, which was scrumptious. Fellow Manhattanites will find the prices gentle. I will definitely go back when I'm in the neighborhood.
Posted by Vin on 05/07/2006
Every time we eat here, we're impressed. Their elk chops are out of this world. The service is very friendly and may even remember you after only one or two visits. The best restaurant in Brooklyn Heights, hands down.
Posted by Bon Vivant on 03/28/2006
This tiny, but very cozy restaurant is a neighborhood gem. The menu offers many interesting choices, and the wine list has a good selection in various price ranges. The food quality is a bit hit or miss. Having eaten there on many occasions, for the most part the food was delicious, but there have been times when the meat or duck were tough and not up to par. The wait staff is exceptionally friendly and attentive. Overall, a very pleasant dining experience with every visit.