Regulars never tire of the signature Baked Alaska. - Inspector
Completely unassuming restaurant serving Michelin Star Rated food! Try the Albacore Tuna Ceviche, Octopus Salad with Pork Belly, Foi Gras and the Squab.
One Michelin star.
The BEST part of our meal was the dessert. Go experience it yourself and you will know what we mean!
Amazing. Octopus, squab, baked Alaska. Date or friends, chill white tablecloth vibe
Amazing, deserves Michelin star. Scallops cooked to perfection. Ranch dressing perfect. Bok choy insanely delicious. Gnocchi was a fave w/the hubs. Poached egg tasty and inventive. Dessert! Service!
Squid ink tagliatelle is spectacular. Seared foie gras equals divine. Cheese plate was interesting, varied, & delicious. Saul still has it.
Apps were delish. Entrees were sub-par.
First time here but apparently not what it once was. Food was pretty good (although not excellent), but the spot was straight deserted. As in, only ppl here. #awkward.
Amazing baked alaska!
Meeeeh .... Good but wasn't thrilled
Good, but most places like this kill you with great customer service. The workers here seem to be living in fear.
empty at 6pm on a Saturday night but dined with my parents, and we all enjoyed it. had the fluke crudo, wild striped bass, a cocktail called the Dime Piece.
The food and the cocktails are some of the most delicious you’ll find in Brooklyn. The menu changes too frequently for recommendations, so we can only recommend you don’t miss this incredible spot!
The new-American restaurant’s uneasy status as a pioneer of a movement (rustic, farm-fresh) that has changed over time is encapsulated in the emphasis on vegetables. simple food, but interesting.
Saul Bolton’s Michelin-starred restaurant offers intimate meals with menus that change with the seasons.
Strangely bad service but fabulous food. Best bacon I've ever had.
Delicious brunch meal and wine options, very disappointing service.
If you come for brunch, DO NOT SKIP THE BACON. It is amazing.
Michelin-starred chef Saul Bolton's eponymous restaurant, now in the Brooklyn Museum.
Everything was very tasteful but the squab and great Alaska for dessert made mi night!
Michelin-starred chef Saul Bolton's eponymous restaurant, now inside the Brooklyn Museum.
Great bartender and drinks.
Very good, not at all great, food. (Exception is rather exceptional rabbit rillette as a starter.) Service is pretty terrible. Waited for nearly an hour for main course after starter. Great butter!
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Try the Hand Harvested Scallops - The pesto sauce and pignolis made this dish.
More hot sauce.
The chicken is so much more than the default menu order. Get it.
Great food. Terrible service.
Had an 8:30 reservation and now it's 9:44 which is BS coming from Manhattan. Eat it and beat it! Can't manage their restaurant!
Great food, get the carrot soup!
Michelin 2012 ★