Address: 80 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
Restaurant Type: French restaurant
Phone: (212) 965-1414
What Time Does Balthazar Open?
Tuesday,: 8AM to 12AM
Wednesday,: 8AM to 12AM
Thursday,: 8AM to 12AM
Friday,: 8AM to 12AM
Saturday,: 9AM to 12AM
Sunday,: 9AM to 12AM
Monday,: 8AM to 12AM
Make a reservation as soon as possible!! Great place for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Had lunch with couple of friends today and it was lovely! Love the cozy ambiance of French bistro feel to it and food was amazing and hands down to their dessert.
They do offer amazing selection of raw bar. As starters we had oysters and clams and follow with their famous escargot w/ garlic butter, steak and fries as well as utilizing the bread to soak up the garlic butter from escargots sauce!!
Dessert selection was amazing and we had their famous Pavlova + Caramelized Banana Ricotta Tart. A MUST TRY!
Service was impeccable from waiter to the peripheral support staffs. Everyone is super attentive. I or we would defiantly come back soon.
Not usually a fan of French restaurants but had to try this given all hype.
Went there for brunch. Got the puff and eggs and the omelette. The omelette and the bread were nothing to rave about but the puff pastry with eggs was amazing. Not much else for vegetarians.
For dessert we got the creme brûlée which was amazing. Frankly, it might be a good spot for non vegetarians but as a vegetarian this restaurant was pretty average.
Good place for brunch if you are looking for good ambience. Service is fast and food is decent. Personally nothing really wowed me, and I can’t find myself craving for anything after. But if you are in New York, might as well to go and enjoy the establishment.
It was excellent lunch! Food was delicious,wine was perfect,and the deserts were out of this world! We especially liked Pavlova!!! Service was excellent too. I always loved Baltazar,and that was my first time after pandenia. Everything is as good as it was before. Highly recommend this restaurant. It is really one of a kind!
Excellent attention and variety.
I went for a brunch and they had many options, the pastry shop is very rich and the food is very well prepared and super fresh.
Attention is a bit slow because the place is usually full. Even so, the delay in attention is not too long.
The setting is like an old-fashioned Parisian cafe and is highly detailed and cared for, adding to a beautiful experience.
There is usually a delay to enter (at least 30 minutes) so it is advisable to make a reservation.
Great restaurant. One of the best French places in the city. The food was delicious. The staff and waiters were smiling and very attentive. I loved the atmosphere almost made me feel like I was in a French restaurant in Paris. Highly recommended.
Enjoyable experience at Balthazar. We booked a lunch reservation indoors weeks in advance as spots quickly fill up. Ordered the English breakfast, lattes, and mimosas which were all decent. The seating is quite close together which makes entering and leaving uncomfortable. Service is slow, but the waitress was nice enough to put the breakfast on the house.
I had missed Balthazar so much they are always the best. Hands down they have the best Steak tartare I have had. The staff is professional and they are all dressed in black and white uniform. The French onion soup is really good as well. Also they gave me a complimentary champagne witch was nice surprise can’t wait to go back here again.
Really enjoyed this restaurant. The deserts were full of flavor and super fresh. Didn’t get a chance go try the food but there is always next time. Deserts were a bit pricey at $16 each.
We sat at the bar for lunch. Overall good experience. I got the mussels and fries. The fries were honestly some of the best. We also got escargot to start which was yummy. For dessert we got profiteroles, which is a must try!