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Cafe Monet
French Restaurant
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309 Millburn Ave Millburn, NJ 07041
309 Millburn AvenueUSNew JerseyMillburn07041
French Restaurant, Dessert Restaurant
French Restaurant
Dessert Restaurant
Today 5–10PM
Friday 5–10PMSaturday 10AM–2PM, 5–10PMSunday 10AM–2PM, 5–8PMMonday ClosedTuesday 5–9PMWednesday 5–9PMThursday 5–9PM
Café Monet, located in downtown Millburn, NJ. A casual french bistro which is highly rated by local newspapers and residents. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner on Tuesday through Sundays from 9am -
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Cozy, casual eatery for traditional French meals & handmade pastries, plus live music on Sundays.- Google
"Brunch was authentic French and delicious esp ecially French toast."
"A great cup of coffee and nice people what more could you ask."
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Andrea Sickler
a year ago
Have never had a bad meal at Café Monet. It is all deliciously prepared and presented in an attractive manner. The atmosphere and décor make a perfect complement to the meal.
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Jeff Levy
2 years ago
Previously published (by me!) at urbanspoon: I've eaten here 3 times: once for dinner when it was fairly crowded and twice for weekend lunch/brunch when it was almost completely empty. All three times it took an INCREDIBLY long time (>1 hour???) to get our food and, although most dishes were very good, there was always one dish that was a spectacular disaster. Dinner: my sea scallops were only sauted on one side, the other side was cold and raw. Brunch: my wife's omelet SHOULD have had chopped olives in it. It had olive pits! It would have been funny if it wasn't so expensive. I tried to overlook the shortcomings but after three times I don't think we'll go back. A shame since there are so few restaurants in Millburn that aren't italian.
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Priyanka Sengupta
3 years ago
A very creative Chef with unique flavors that aren't the run of the mill like all other restaurants in the area. Loved it!
A Google User
6 years ago
When visiting Millburn, our family had dinner at the Cafe Monet, a small and cozy cafe with a touch of class. The carrot soup I started with was served piping hot and had a delicate and wonderful flavor. The bread was superb- crisp and right out of the oven, as good as any we have tasted in Paris. The entrees - both beef and fish, were well prepared, served in generous proportions so it could be shared. For dessert we hadwas creme brulee, which was great, not too sweet - just right. We would be glad to eat there again! Maybe for brunch or lunch. The gracious host and waitstaff made the overall experience a very pleasant one.
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chris f
a year ago
My wife and I (plus two little ones) really enjoyed our visit. A wonderful breakfast/brunch that did not take long and was delicious..from the beet and endive salad to the steak and eggs. A great cup of coffee and nice people what more could you ask.
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Leonard Brecken
9 months ago
Brunch was authentic French and delicious esp ecially French toast
A Google User
3 years ago
Valentine's Dinner was nice. Portions are quite small & the end bill was quite large, especially for a BYOB. I would return for dinner only if I had a coupon. The atmosphere is tight but still manages to be a little separated from the table beside. Decor is lovely. Yes, maybe lunch would be a better bet.
A Google User
7 years ago
Looked nice from the outside. .50 cent coffee outside! Go inside, decor is kinda wobbly and trying to be "cozy" but no real complaints, even though our table was a plastic outdoor lawn table with a cloth over it. The menu was small but had some interesting things on it. The prices were very reasonable upon looking at them, and, assuming the quality and quantity would be relevant to the prices. When the food arrived, our $6 bowl of soup was a cup sized portion. Our $12 salad was a cup sized portion. Ok, maybe a cup and a half. Our main dish, sorry, 'entree,' was as big as our fist and cost twice as much as what it should have. We were served appetizer portions for twice the price of what things should be. I was astonished. Yes, the food did taste ok, not spectacular or memorable, but it was so amazing overpriced that I couldn't believe they would remain in business. We left having spent $50 for two of us and were still hungry. I am not an economical restaurant patron by any means, but I know pretentious surroundings and patterns when I see them. If this place were in Soho or even Williamsburg these days, I may think it normal. But way out in Millburn....the nice folks out there deserve to pay appropriately for quantity. It's a cafe. Stop in for a coffee and maybe desert. But to make a lunch or dinner of it is going to cost more than you may anticipate, and definitely more than you could imagine would be worth the small portions received.
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