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SoHo, New York
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  • Ardavan B.
    Ardavan BeiguiSeptembre 22, 2017
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Le jambon-beurre à 10$ avec un pain très (trop) léger qui ne rassasie pas et qui n'a pas beaucoup de goût... Un peu abusé, même si c'est NY.
  • Mathieu L.
    Mathieu LoyezAvril 25, 2013
    Chouette restaurant, cadre sympa... Mais personnellement je trouve les prix exagérés...
  • rosangela l.
    Excellent restaurant!!!!
  • Murielle C.
    Murielle Caillau FangousFévrier 12, 2015
    Une bonne brasserie française à NYC.
  • Mathias H.
    Mathias HupinAvril 1, 2016
    Panier de pain
  • Matt V.
    Matt ValoattoAoût 14, 2014
    Frisée aux lardons!!!!
  • Yildiz D.
    Yildiz DubaSeptembre 23, 2016
    Plate de mer 👌🏻
  • Proper Idleness
    Proper IdlenessMars 9, 2012
    Pain de Seigle
  • nantini r.
    nantini rauchAoût 13, 2011
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Escargots, chocolat pot de creme
  • Florencia 🦄 H.
    Florencia 🦄 HorowitzNovembre 27, 2015
    Nice place 🍴💕
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMars 12, 2013
    Keith McNally's French bistro is a New York classic, packed and lively from breakfast until far into the night. It's pricey, but reliable; Balthazar may age but its standards haven't fallen.
    A voté pour il y a Il y a 1 semaine
  • Stephanie A.
    Stephanie AlvarezJanvier 27, 2013
    Le Balthazar is amazing to see and packs delicious flavor. The desserts are delicious as well I would recommend the mango cheesecake, creme brûlée, and Profiteroles. You will enjoy every moment there!
    A voté pour il y a Il y a 2 jours
  • Tyler L.
    Tyler LundJanvier 10, 2016
    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
    A voté pour il y a Il y a 3 semaines
  • Dens
    DensJanvier 27, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    I went on a Wednesday morning and it was full of important-looking business-types having their power breakfasts. I went on a Thursday night and it was full of tourists. Choose wisely.
    A voté pour il y a Sep 22
  • Chas P.
    Chas PressnerFévrier 3, 2017
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    What can I saw about a classic! While the higher end items on the menu are great, the french fries can't be beat! Some of the best in the city.
  • May ♍.
    May ♍Il y a 5 jours
    With the very quaint French Bistro feel, how can one go wrong with Balthazar? I felt like I was in Paris! One of the top brunch places in the city forever! No wonder lots of celebrities were seen here
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousNovembre 21, 2014
    Perfect steak frites, frisée with lardons, and salty, creamy brandade de morue. A look into one of the enormous aged mirrors that line the dining room is as likely to reveal a celebrity or two! En savoir plus
  • Dens
    DensNovembre 4, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    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!
  • Burak A.
    Burak AltindagMars 29, 2016
    Amazing! Steak frites, cheeseburger, lobster risotto and beet salad were unbelievably delicious. But, having a goat cheese and caramalized onion tart is the greatest favor that you can do yourself.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceJuin 3, 2013
    Perhaps the most Soho of Soho restaurants, Balthazar's goat cheese and caramelized onion tart is the ultimate gooey savory prelude to a delicious, Francophilic, comfort food filled meal.
  • ReemO
    ReemOOctobre 1, 2014
    For breakfast you must try the french toast on the most delicious french toast i've tried. Great service and the food over all very good.
  • Theory
    TheoryDécembre 27, 2011
    NY. Whether you are grabbing a croissant to go or dining in the restaurant, this is one of our go-to spots. Balthazar is a chic space for a business lunch & intimate enough for a personal dinner, too.
  • Ece B.
    Ece BolatMai 25
    This place is one of my favorite restaurants in Soho. Best grilled chicken ever! Dont evet leave without trying profiterole. It has vanilla ice cream instead of cream filling and tastes divine!
  • Bitches Who Brunch
    Bitches Who BrunchDécembre 16, 2016
    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. En savoir plus
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAvril 3, 2015
    Order one of their burgers, the coq au vin, or the steak frites, and pair it with either a beer or a selection from their ample wine list. Then sit back and enjoy. En savoir plus
  • Natalia V.
    Natalia VellaMai 31, 2013
    Started off on the wrong foot as man attending booking said I didn't have booking when in fact I did. He didn't try to be polite about it. Waiters & food was fantastic, plus great wine list :-)
  • Geoff K.
    Geoff KimFévrier 6, 2012
    Bake 7.1: French bistro style restaurant in SOHO which has a very good bakery/patisserie attached. Even if you don't eat at Balthazars, go inside and check out the dining room which is pretty sweet. En savoir plus
  • Ahmed B.
    Ahmed BMars 14, 2016
    The peppered steak is coated in dense, charred peppery loveliness. The burger with blue cheese isn't bad either. Reservations can be tricky but They tend to keep a few tables spare for walk-ins.
  • Katerina K.
    Katerina KuvaevaIl y a 3 semaines
    French food, trendy, traditional French atmosphere, fully. Amazing wine card, nice service, book table in advance. Good for dates, lovely. Delicious breakfast and brunch. Must
  • İsmail Ş.
    İsmail ŞendilJuillet 6, 2016
    Onion soup nefisti. Steak Au Poivre ise bugüne kadar yediklerimin en iyilerindendi. Finali Creme brulee ile yaptım. Biraz gürültülü ama super bir ambiance. Mutlaka gidilmeli.
    A voté pour il y a Oct 11
  • Charlotte S.
    Charlotte ScarfFévrier 17, 2015
    Lovely Euro setting though possibly bit shabby around the edges, it really only added to its charm. My partner and I bot had steak and fries. I ordered medium rare and it came well done. Still delic
  • Paul
    PaulFévrier 6, 2015
    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!
  • PureWow
    PureWowAvril 25, 2017
    We’d follow that pain au chocolat anywhere, along with oysters, steak frites and the feeling that we’ve somehow accidentally teleported to the chicest brasserie in Paris.
  • Ana B.
    Ana BritoMai 2, 2016
    The best brunch I've had in the States!!!! So delicious!!! Worth the wait for a table!! I ordered a dish the waiter suggested it was made with eggs, bacon and mushrooms!!!
  • Cagla I.
    Cagla IcacanFévrier 20
    L-o-v-e-d it! Breakfast/brunch time is the best time of the day to experience the atmosphere. Food is amazing! Try eggs florentine and herbs omelette.
  • Erin S.
    Erin SheaJanvier 3
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Treat yourself to brunch at Balthazar, order a French 75 and seafood tower and start your day off right. This place gets crowded. Reservations are a must, unless you want to try your luck at the bar!
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAvril 14, 2015
    Home to a superlative bowl of French onion soup, enriched with Port, white wines & a browned cap of melted Gruyere.& Country bread croutons soak up caramel-colored broth thickened with charred onions.
  • Léna Le Rolland
    Léna Le RollandSeptembre 6, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    One of the best places in NYC ! All the food is great, love the fries ! and I'll always take the "pot de crème" for dessert. The service is amazing. A glass of champagne always waiting at my table :)
  • Monika M.
    Monika McMahonJuin 19, 2016
    Perfect burger and fries for lunch as you take a break from shopping in SoHo. P.S. Look at the ceiling - see the playing cards? Ask your waiter why they're there for a great, insider story.
  • refinery29
    refinery29Août 3, 2014
    The famous French bistro in Soho has a secret that runs deeper than the inner workings of their basement kitchen. Balthazar loves children (even the Cheerio-tossing kind). En savoir plus
  • Amer C.
    Amer ChebaroOctobre 17, 2015
    Walked in on a Sunday morning after being eyed up and down by the host to evaluate if we "fit it". Great food though and wonderful service. The place to see and be seen on a Sunday morning.
  • Dens
    DensJanvier 27, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    From what I gather, one of the last places east of Broadway still serving bernaise sauce w/ their steak frites. Also one of the few spots I've found that stocks Bruichladdich (scotch). Get both.
  • Daniel K.
    Daniel KarranFévrier 2, 2015
    The name alone is one of my favorites! Be sure to make reservations ahead of time if you want to indulge in some great french creations! I suggest the 'Duck Confit' for a dinner entree!
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableAoût 5, 2014
    Splurge on Le Balthazar ($170), a giant three-tiered plateau de fruits de mer that involves a whole lobster, just-been-shucked oysters and clams, fresh ceviche, shrimp and even a few snails. En savoir plus
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsSeptembre 8, 2011
    Best Nut-Topped Doughnut: Banana-Pecan Cake doughnut. The banana element is subtle but present; between the sweet, delicate crumbs and the toasty chopped pecans, it's an incredibly tasty specimen. En savoir plus
  • Eshrefe S.
    Eshrefe ShehuFévrier 2, 2017
    Lovely atmosphere and sincere service compliments very well the delicious food, sweets and wine. Had to wait one week to get a table but worth it.
  • Condé Nast Traveler
    Condé Nast TravelerOctobre 27, 2016
    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. En savoir plus
  • The Telegraph
    The TelegraphJuillet 3, 2012
    A timeless French-American bistro with tiled floors, red leather booths, and a marble counter. The raw bar and steak frites are superb, as is the French wine list. (001 212 965-1785; about ₤60 a head)
  • Martha
    MarthaFévrier 22, 2015
    raw bar, French onion soup, steak tartar, goat cheese tart, French fries with a side of au Poivre sauce, duck confit, any of the 3 steaks, profiteroles...the list goes on. celebrity-spotting central.
  • Marc v.
    The service was poor for the price you pay. Our aperitif (champagne) came half the way of the starter instead of relax drinken before your starter.There was no butter-knife.Fries to much well done.
    A voté pour il y a Sep 11
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