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Posted by Sheila on 09/23/2013
Having read the other two reviews I was anxious to try this place for Sunday brunch. On the positive side it was a cute place with a lovely outdoor patio. The service was friendly and attentive. However, I was disappointed with the food for a few reasons. We ordered sangria, which was quite good, but a bit warm. When we asked for ice, at first we were told that they didn't have any. But they did come up with some in a little while. I ordered the roquerfort and pear on a baguette which came with home fries and salad. I asked for a dry salad with the dressing on the side. the home fries, while tasty were cold, the salad came dressed (with more dressing on the side) and the sandwich instead of being on a baguette was on two pieces of toasted white bread. Overall i would say this brunch could have gone better.
Posted by Moxi on 05/18/2013
The restaurant is located as an as yet to be gentrified area of East Williamsburg. The chef/owner was at a prior restaurant and I have had his food. It is truly excellent. We had the beat salad with his famous recipe for goat cheese marinated in blue berries and vanilla (divine). Also the escargots and scallops. Main dishes were the chicken with jus on a bed of pureed root vegetable, the papardelle with lamb ragu, the steak and the special (Chilean sea bass). everything was perfectly prepared and served. The out door area where we ate is still in production but will be a gem once the summer rolls by. The inside is well appointed in the typical brick/bistro style. the liquor license is under way. Bottom line, great food, great service, excellent chef.
Posted by Dina on 04/14/2013
From Eggs Nova to a Spinach and Goat Cheese Omelet, my friend and I loved brunch today. The cool atmosphere and friendly service added to our enjoyment. Look forward to the upcoming season to enjoy drinks in their backyard patio!