Atmosphere and Service was excellent. However, for the pice, I expected more from the food. The escargot was amazing, but the wild boar pappardelle was flavorless and the duck confit vegetables meh
Balthazar is an iconic French restaurant in New York and the original brunch spot. The ambiance is atmosphere are a traditional French bistro or Cafe in Budapest. The wait staff are all immaculate
The Bitches say: B-. Balthazar was a little stuffy and tired for our taste, although the service was on point and the quiche was delicious. Next time, we?d just grab a coffee & a pastry next door.
Balthazar somehow fashioned a magical spot in which Paris and New York embrace like lost sisters; nearly two decades on, it's still the ultimate Manhattan brunch rendezvous.
The meat, the bun, the whole burger was a wow experience. I'd also recommend the roasted beet salad as a starter. The whole menu looked delicious but you can't fit it all!
LOTS of tourists! But the food really is delicious... The onion soup is one of the best. Moules frites were fresh but the mussels were underwhelming. Fries are great!
Grab a sticky bun and wander over to less crowded Greene or Wooster for some prime soho people-watching to help determine what to shop for
A tried and true New York staple. Get the agnolotti with chestnuts and ricotta, roasted salmon, and bananas ricotta tart for dessert.
You won't find a breakfast sandwich on the menu, but if you ask nicely they'll make one for you on a crossaint and it's super super good!
Try to come during the week. Weekends are packed, and for walkins, you'll have people hovering over your table the entire time.