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Posted by RF on 10/02/2013
I just had my first meal at Table Verte and was really impressed. The food was delicious and creative (portobello bacon! horseradish sorbet!), and it was also more filling than I feared it might be, given that it's mostly vegetables. Portion sizes were on the smaller side but, again, bigger than I thought they might be. It was plenty of food. Not sure how I feel about the prix fixe thing they're doing (you must get at least two dishes per person -- an appetizer or dessert and an entree -- for $29, which is a reasonable price for the quality of the food) but I was happy to be forced to try more dishes. I highly recommend Table Verte.
Posted by erin m on 01/23/2013
My boyfriend lives across the street from Table Verte and we tried it last week. He is a vegetarian so the prospect of an all vegetarian menu was too good to pass up. As a non-vegetarian I have to say that the food blew away my expectations. We had a lentil salad, the goat cheese tart with yam cake and the gnocchi and all of it was DELICIOUS. The service was attentive and very friendly and the meal was well priced for it's quality. The only complaint is that, because it's a new place, the walls are sparse and they could use some atmosphere sprucing. Highly recommended for a date, or dinner with friends!
Posted by Seth on 01/23/2013
Walked by this place a few times and finally decided to give it a go. Was incredibly pleased with every dish we had. My date and I split lentils as an appetizer and it was perfect. Not only was it exquisite, but we were pleasantly surprised by the quantity as well -- great for sharing. The entrees were fantastic as well: I had the goat cheese tart and she the gnocchi. Only critique would be they could use some more decorations, but I know they just opened so hopefully they'll add some. Highly recommended.
Posted by katherine on 11/07/2012
I have been to this place twice now--the day before Sandy hit and about one week later. I consider the menu in two sections--1) classic French dishes with cheese such as onion soup and gratineed potatoes and 2) vegan dishes such as roasted eggplant and fennel (my fave!), vegan squash soup, lentil salad, and an amazing vegan cassoulet. The owner is from Toulouse, and he knows his cassoulet. Actually, maybe the cassoulet is my favorite. Anyhow, the food is great, the menu is evolving, you can bring a bottle of wine, the prices are very reasonable, and this is a super addition to the neighborhood. Go and support them; it's still tough downtown and this is a restaurant that should succeed.