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Flea Street
New American Restaurant$$$
Today 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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3607 Alameda de las Pulgas Menlo Park, CA 94025
3607 Alameda de las PulgasUSCaliforniaMenlo Park94025
$$$New American RestaurantToday 5:30 – 9:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSaturday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSunday 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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Upscale mainstay for Californian-New American fare focusing on sustainable ingredients.- Google
"The lavender lemon drop cocktail and different desserts were also amazing."
"Jalapeño Martinis, assorted cheese, every entree is worth a try."
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Shawn Ligocki
3 weeks ago
Fantastic. Everything was delicious. The duck two ways was my favorite.
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Darren Baker
a year ago
Went here recently to celebrate an anniversary. We had heard good things and wanted to try it out. Overall: the ambience was nice and the service was top-notch, but somehow the food just didn't hit the spot quite the way we had hoped. The menu felt a little limited, and while we enjoyed some things a lot -- the peach/tomato/burrata salad comes to mind -- some of our other choices (the tomato gazpacho, beef short ribs, and the sides for my salmon) seemed bland. In my opinion, the smaller plates were also a bit overpriced in comparison with what you got. I can't say we had a bad experience, but we probably won't make it a priority to come back here for a while.
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Leslie Liu
a year ago
Cozy West Menlo Park restaurant with a changing seasonal menu. We have been for dinner but also just for dessert. The warm bread basket is lovely and the biscuits are delightful. I tried the Jalisco Flower cocktail, which was delicious. Desserts are as good as the food -- the strawberries and panna cotta is refreshing and just rich enough. The service was spot on last time we went.
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David Liang
a year ago
Food: 4 Decor: 4 Service: 4 Came here for dinner with two friends on a Wed around 6:30pm. 1. Halibut with peas over saffron risotto and saffron broth (daily special), 36 ~Very good. Halibut was cooked perfectly, and I really liked the saffron risotto and broth. My friend's black cod was also quite good, but I couldn't order that because of the amazing black cod I had at Rasika in DC a week before. 2. Dark Chocolate Flour less Torte 9 toasted pistachio, candied bacon, salted caramel ~Pretty good, although the strawberry semifreddo was slightly better. 3. Strawberry Semifreddo 9 lemon poppy seed cake, Coke Farm strawberries, white balsamic reduction ~Pretty good. Service was good. Jesse, the founder, actually came by each of the tables to see how their meals were going, which was definitely a nice touch.
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Lauren Chen
a year ago
I usually avoid high end restaurants because I feel like the vegetarian menu's are often overpriced. However, that was definitely not the case at Flea St. My sister brought me here to celebrate my graduation and I had the Vegetarian Tasting Menu. Seriously delicious!! I did not know vegetables could taste that amazing and incredible. The lavender lemon drop cocktail and different desserts were also amazing. I will definitely be back to celebrate another event in the near future or just to enjoy a drink and/or snack at the bar. Definitely make a reservation online. We were a bit last minute and had a very late seating time.
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Jeff Lawi
4 months ago
One of my favorite restaurants anywhere. Great for visitors and special occasion
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Kristin C.
a year ago
This is probably my current favorite spot in the bay area. First... you need to come here for the organic buttermilk biscuits. These absolutely divine morsels of buttery fluff are served warm from the oven. Definitely ask for seconds, but be warned that you might not have room for dessert if you fill up on these. You can even order some to bake at home $15 a dozen. Anyways, Flea Street Cafe is perfect for a special occasion or just a nice dinner. Most recently we came here for one of my best friend's birthdays. The 2 of us had champagne and started with the Langley farms lamb crepinettes (15$). It had good flavor but I was eyeing the trout appetizer that a couple other tables ordered. We had the warm baby spinach salad ($12) next which didn't quite compare to the other dishes. For our main courses we shared the ricotta & chive gnocci ($25) and the "which came first" pasture-raised chicken ($35). The mains were both tasty but the chicken was probably my favorite. It's hard for many places to cook chicken perfectly. The morsels of porkbelly and poached egg on top really take this dish to the next level. This was way too much food for two people and we didn't have room for dessert. The lavender lemon drop cocktail ($12) and the the braised short ribs ($36) are also good. Service is great here, even when they are busy. The waiters were thoughtful and split our food into 2 plates since we were sharing. Last time I came here it was packed so make a reservation ahead of time or expect to sit at the bar.
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Chris Mysen
2 years ago
Food was great, totally unexpected from the outside. Interesting medly of California style bistro faire. Will definitely go back for a nice occasion.