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Cafe Boulud
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Today 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
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20 E 76th St New York, NY 10021
20 East 76th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10021
(212) 772-2600cafeboulud.com
$$$$French Restaurant, Cocktail Bar
French Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Lounge
Today 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Daniel Boulud's cafe is run by chef Aaron Bludorn, serving high-end French fare in a chic setting.
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Daniel Boulud's cafe is run by chef Gavin Kaysen, serving high-end French fare in a chic setting.- Google
"Got time, go the Cafe. Quick bite, go next door to Bar Boulud."
"Comfortable dining room, relaxing atmosphere, exquisite French cuisine."
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Jay freeman
2 weeks ago
Tiny portions served on large plates. The Floating Island dessert consisted of tiny atolls in a sweet soup that just covered the bottom of the bowl. My main course was salmon which was tasty. My wife was disappoint with the ravioli. But if the portions were small they made up for that with high prices. So the fixed price brunch for two came to $180 including two glasses of sparkling wine, tax and tip. Well it is Madison Avenue. And they did give us some Madeleines to take away with us. We wolfed them down later as we were still hungry.
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Madan Kundu
2 months ago
I went with my wife for dinner to celebrate our 3rd wedding anniversary. It was fantastic and memorable experience. I selected this resturant after researching the web and reading the good reviews about them - and it certainly deserves the excellent review. The expenses are well within the limit. The resturant crew were very welcoming and friendly. The resturant manager Thomas was very nice. Will go again and recommend others as well.
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Lori Luo
11 months ago
Daniel Boulud's one-Michelin star restaurant in the Upper East Side, Cafe Boulud is an elegant, but not stuffy restaurant perfect for a variety of occasions. For brunch, the restaurant serves a two or three-course meal at a reasonable price. The Maine Peekytoe Crab Benedict has a poached egg on top of a generous crab cake, accompanied by a bed of wilted spinach and sauce choron. It's a perfect brunch dish, especially when followed by dessert, such as the Lemon Tart, Molten Chocolate Cake, or Dark Chocolate Mousse. Make a reservation in advance and don't arrive underdressed.
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Som Horkaew
7 months ago
went here for summer restaurant week, plating is spot on like all the Boulud's restaurants. the hanger stake is so good it made me cry.
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Shamit Khemka
a week ago
Highly recommend this French Vietnamese restaurant. Excellent food. Great service. If u like wine ask for Paul the sommelier. He's very warm and welcoming. Great experience. shamit
Bin Fang
4 months ago
It was what I expected from a Daniel production, done up to the 9's, you walk in and are greeted by a gracious Hostess and seated in this beautiful flower fill dining room, so very U.E.S. (upper east side) the restaurant was full (12:30 in the afternoon) after being seated we were swiftly greeted by our server and placed our drink order. First an Amuse Bouche arrived at the table, Fried Risotto Balls packed with cheese; "YES" burst in your mouth goodness a little taste of Italy exploding all over. For my appetizer I had the Poached Maine Shrimp, pain de Mie, crème fraîche, dill, artichoke barigoule it was a small portion and I could have used two of them as it was light and refreshing, my friend had the Cucumber Gazpacho w/Greek yogurt, mint, celery stalk which was too fresh to believe. For our entrée course I had the Grilled Hanger Steak scallion pommes rsti, watercress, confit shallots , sauce au poivre, the steak was melt in your mouth tender and the shallots were perfect the scallion pommes rsti I need to learn to make at home. My friend had the Trout Amandine summer beans, marbled potatoes beurre meunière, I missed the boat on this one and as much as I enjoyed my hanger steak this was out of this world, a nice crisp skin, yellow beans with just the right amount of bite to them. I need to go back just to have this dish again. We each had the Lemon Verbena Mousse, fresh strawberries, lemon cured center, vanilla ice cream for dessert WOW,WOW,WOW, I hate to compare it to this but the strawberries were like the strawberry shortcake you get at the good humor truck...this was so good the plate went back way too clean. Then came out a nice little basket of fresh baked Hot Madeleine with a touch of lemon zest I tell you what a way to end a meal. Days like this are why I'm proud to be a Manhattanite.
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Lynnette Gideon
8 months ago
My husband and I visited this restaurant and bar for our wedding anniversary. The service was excellent and the food was exquisite. Thomas was a very attentive waiter and even took the time to chat with us. The food was both delicious and beautifully presented.
Trevor Sumner
a year ago
Located in the Surrey Hotel Cafe Boulud serves some of the prettiest and delicious food in the city. I went there for brunch with my visiting family and it was impeccable. Service is very formal and the price tag is certainly quite high ($45 for a smallish sized entree) but the dishes are impeccable and beautifully plated. The service was not as friendly as I tend to appreciate. Great place but very pricey.