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Bacchus – French Restaurant Brooklyn New York – A Review January 14, 2008

Posted by simarprit in Food, Review.
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Being a foodie is a good thing, but now  I know something better: going and declaring it. Since I started telling friends “I love good food” invites for great places have neve stopped.

Today morning my friends with their daughter took my out for a Brunch at Bacchus,

Bacchus – 409 Atlantic Avenue (718) 852 1572, New York – A French Dinning Room

Location: Good  Rating  -9/10

Parking: It’s New York 2/10

Ambiance: As French as Possible in New York 8/10

What all we ordered:

  1. Crepe Spinach & Goat Cheese – I have never had any better Crepes, and proably one can never have still 9/10
  2. Omelette Cheese & Spinach – A Decent portion came with hash browns, was well done in olive oil had a distinct taste 7/10
  3. Bread (Complimentary) White Fresh French Bread, thick crust with olive oil 8/10
  4. Green Salad with Goat Cheese – Fairly regular stuff 5/10
  5. French Fries – They were real French Fries, not what we get at Mc Donald’s and is also called French Fries. 8/10.
  6. Tea – They have a good Tea Collection. I had Green Tea with Lemon and it was nice – 8/10. Service of tea was not so good as the Pot & the Mugs were not warm enough, even if it is mild New York January is  January
  7. Coffee beans were most likely Columbia – 8/10

Why go? Real French Food. Good Service. Reasonable.

Why not go? I don’t have reason, except parking. But if you are a New Yorker, you don’t drive anyway.

 

Comments»

1. Grand Caveman - September 9, 2008

Sounds great. I’ve never really been into French food, but I’m not sure how authentic my experiences were. Thanks for the post, definitely going to look into it.


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