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Posted by Anonymous on 12/07/2006
Yes this is the best restaurant by far in Ft Greene. Consistency is the key word here. Yes it is pricey but it is worth the price unlike most of the others. They have really amazing drinks too. Great brunch which is not as pricey. I love how they change the menu seasonally as well. This is my spot for birthday or other celebration/special occasion dinners.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2006
Quality of the food is consistently good unlike other resturants in the area. They simply have the best food in the neighborhood. If you are looking to save a few bucks, the best dish in the whole place maybe the half roast chicken at $5 put it together w/rice and beans and its $9. everything else is pricey though.... Just writing this review to counter the last one, bc this place is consistently the best resturant in the area. Most of the food in the area is so so, but no this place. That last review i strongly disagree with.
Posted by Curious classic eater on 05/09/2006
Like many pricier restaurants in Ft. Greene and Clinton Hill, particularly the newer fusion-y ones, this place is a lot of money for so-so food. I don't get it; so many people in this neighborhood just love these places, despite the average and obvious flavoring and Cobble Hill prices.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2006
Interesting and terrific food. Good drinks. A fun atmosphere. All for a great value. I especially recommend the butternut squash soup, ribs appetizer, snapper main course, and pisco sour cocktail...however, nearly everything I have tried has been excellent.