Governor

Row 1

Details
15 Main St (at Water St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 858-4756

Foursquare Tips

  • From the guys at Colonie and Gran Electrica...love the beef tartar, romaine a la plancha will blow you away, gazpacho is unusual but good, best dish of the night was the baby corn and prawns.
  • Great bread and butter as well as squash gaspacho. Main dishes a bit small and very decorated maybe stick to medium size plates
  • Terrible. This place is not good. From food to ambiance to coffee, all were poor.
  • The menu is advanced and limited. Know before you go. We left hungry and light in the pocket.
  • Pork neck was delicious!!
  • Love the green wall, and squash blossom soup.
  • Have the romaine salad. It's incredible
  • Sadly, Governor will not be re-opening due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.
  • You can expect all kinds of surprises when you can't find one thing you'd want to eat on the menu. Wanted to love & support this gorgeously designed neighborhood spot but just left disappointed.
  • Possibly the city's best beef tartar. The sweetbreads are also worth the indulgence, even if you usually avoid offal.
  • Poached Oyster Toast may be the single greatest bite in dumbo.
  • Our favorite dish is the poached oyster toast. Imagine: a lobster-emulsion-topped oysters that pop with flavor when bitten into.
  • You have to try the ROMAINE A LA PLANCHA, SUNFLOWER, YOGURT, GRAPES, BREAD SALAD. #Delicious
  • Try to grab the "chef's table" up at the back to watch kitchen theater while you dine.
  • You can expect all kinds of surprises, like beer-battered blowfish tails, farm chicken, & roasted pork neck -- all in a dual-level restaurant with 20-foot ceilings, big arched windows & a living wall.
  • You wont believe the fried blowfish tails, poached oyster toasts, and pisco honey cocktails at the bar nor the cheeky wallpaper of Robert Gair. Once seated (ask for the mezzanine). Seasonal menu.
  • For a refreshing summer evening dessert, try their cucumber sorbet.