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BAOBURG offers the finest pre-fixe course from Feb. 10th - 15th (Williamsuburg, NY)

Hello all,

Have you picked your special dining spot yet?
If not, here is good news. Baoburg is offering a special pre-fixe course from February 10th-15th!

Yes we cover a day after Valentine's Day (lol)!


[For her 4 course pre-fixe menu]

-Fried goat cheese croquets with lavender infused honey and fleur de sel.
-Grilled shrimp with avocado salad with champagne dressing
-Pan-seared monk fish and poached in butter lemongrass cream sauce with sauté maitake and oyster mushrooms with fancy tomatoes .
-Red riding hood velvet cheese cake served with chocolate streusel and meringue and vanilla ice-cream.

[For him 4 course pre-fixe menu]

・Sweet and savory chicken empanadas thai style.
・Roasted kabocha soup with toasted pine nuts and cream fraiche 
・Hanger steak in a savory tartlet shell with fried quail egg, caramelized pearl onions, mashed  potatoes and chili basil gravy sauce.
・Mini churros with dark chocolate ganache.

Both courses $40/each if reserved by february 4th,  $45 thereafter.
To RSVP: call 718.782.1445 or email

On valentine's day, love will be floating in the air here at baoburg.
It will be the most romantic and memorable evening;)

Early RSVP is strongly recommended. 
See you soon at Baoburg!

Chef Bao Bao & Team Baoburg
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126 N 6th St Brooklyn, NY 11249
126 North 6th StreetUSNew York11249
$$French Restaurant, Asian Fusion Restaurant
French Restaurant
Asian Fusion Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
European Restaurant
Spanish Restaurant
Eclectic Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 12:00 – 11:00 pm

Expect the unexpected. 

Baoburg serves up a modern twist on French cuisine by adding multicultural influences from Spanish & Asian - most notably Thai - culinary traditions. The menus at Baoburg will be fun, distinctive and dynamic, and most importantly - incredibly tasty."
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Snug spot offering eclectic eats with French, Spanish & Asian notes, at a counter or a single table.- Google
"The baked cod with risotto was also amazing."
"We've been a few times for brunch and dinner; will be going back regularly."
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Samuel Larson
a month ago
1 star is a rare rating from me. I paid $14 for the signature bao, and I expected a bao bun. However, I received to eggs over medium with some sausageand two pieces of dry white toast (do I look like the blues brothers?). The service was good although somewhat uninformative. The chalkboard outside also mentioned free drinks with brunch. After ordering my mimosas (which may or may not have had champagne in it) I learned that it is only Mon-Fri.
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Gennady Lager
3 months ago
I usually dont take time to write reviews for businesses unless I am totally blown away. Baoburg was phenomenal! We tried about half the appetizers on the menu. The first was really really good. And each one after that was better than the rest. Go try this place.
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Tiffany Chao
a year ago
What a gem this place is. I must've walked by this place 3 times before finding it as the the store name isn't very visible. There is a plaque on the store front with the name of it and the menu engraved in dark colors so it wasn't easy to spot. Came here with a friend who's a regular here. It's a small, chill spot with great 60-70s reggae. The food would be described as Thai, French fusion. Although, I came here for a weekend brunch, you could order anything on the menu. I tried the Sober Bao Benedict which is a fried asian bun under pulled pork, spinach and poached eggs. The entire combination along with their version of spicy hollandaise sauce was pretty much perfect. The yolk from the poached eggs oozing onto the rest of the food was just heaven in my mouth. It was also served with amazing crispy potatoes with tomatoes. I also tried their spaghetti with shrimp which was also just as good. The herbs in there really enhanced the meal. Everything was so fresh and delicious. The baked cod with risotto was also amazing. For desert, I tried the grilled banana tamales that came with vanilla bean ice-cream and coconut milk dulce de leche. The sweet yet salty coconut milk dulce de leche combined with the sticky rice, ice-cream and bananas was heaven. The head chef was there when we went and was really friendly. I definitely plan on coming back to try out their other dishes.
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a year ago
Went to Baoburg restaurant on a Sunday evening. Party of 4, ordered 5 dishes. In the intro we were told by our lovely waitress that it is 'French fusion with a twist and that the restaurant opened 6 months ago'. The menu pages were kind of exciting. I should point out that the reason we went into Baoburg was because it had many tables open, unlike next door, where there was a 20 minute wait. Upon receiving our food our opinion went downhill. The pork belly was still ok, but a bit overcooked, and although overly seasoned it tasted boring. Next came seared duck breast noodle which was over flavored, robbed from its meaty taste. The worst was the pulled pork ! Tough and overcooked. Not even the saw toothed knife could bite through it. It was chewy and tasteless. The entire order we had was over done with the seasoning and the mixture of various styles backfired big time. Its such an overload, the meat's flavors disappeared. 2 of us felt that it tasted fishy, although no fish was in those dishes. Our group did not feel that this restaurant should even be open to the public at this time. All the styles in one dish makes no style at all. It is the craziest potpourri of flavors that left my taste buds longing for just something to be right, but didn't get it at this kitchen. There is absolutely nothing 'French' about this mixture either, nor is the presentation. I also felt that the cooking at this point is at best equivalent with my friends home cooking. The size of the dishes pared with the pricing did not add up and should be revised downward. The drink menu outside of the wine list was very tat. The cheap looking decor is another mashup that doesn't fit or feels comfortable. That restaurants in general accept only cash is stone age like, because all it takes is a handheld credit card device, and that's only $2.75.- per $100.- billing (or less). Please somebody tell the waitress (although she was very nice) to stop saying "Excuse me" for every time a dish is being served or removed, for every time the water got a refill. It gets in the way of a conversation and the eating when we have to listen every other moment "Excuse me". Sitting at our table we got to see the chef at work. I am sure its difficult to satisfy everybody, but please accept our honest review and one day soon your restaurant shall be the best NYC has to offer.
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Dianna Chou
2 months ago
Thai and latin fusion food. They have quite a few tapas dishes as well as a few entrees. Cash only Good service Small place - seating for about 20. They seem to be affiliated with the ramen restaurant next door Food: - duck breast over ramen - a decent amount of duck, the ramen was cooked well; it was served with some bok choy, a slice of radish and a shitake mushroom; it had a very light touch of truffle oil so it wasn't overwhelming, and the duck and broth was fairly black peppery; overall pretty tasty - thai ice tea - you can choose with milk or lime; it's served in a a mason jar
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Marie-Astrid Roger-Roussel
10 months ago
Good wine selection, great diner menu. I have typically come there with groups of 6 or for a romantic night out. It fits both, and I love that we can share literally everything that is on the menu. You will want to try as much as you can. Staff is kind and helpful in selecting menu items.
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mwendabai mwendabai
7 months ago
Great place, superb food, will definitely leave lasting experience
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David Haddrell
7 months ago
Sensational. Five of us went for dinner and had different courses and they were all fantastic.