Rebelle

Row 1

Details
218 Bowery
New York, NY 10012
(917) 639-3880
French
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Fri: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sat: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • "Rebelle is one of those places that regard the wine with as much seriousness as the food."
  • Very solid French with some great updates on classic dishes. The duck was amazing and can't go wrong with chicken or pork either. Start with the fluke or leeks.
  • One of the very best restaurants I've been to in a long while. We had the fluke and scallops to start, the chicken and the duck and the chocolate dessert. Also the cheese course. Portions are v small
  • Outstanding new Michelin star restaurant. Eggplant app, squash, and Chablis wine. Limited offering but veggie friendly. Great vibe, date spot; sat at the bar.
  • The menu is compact and quite serious ( la beet bourguignon). But its also capped off with the likes of Paris Brest--the cream-filled pastry you see before you.
  • Beef tartare with sunchokes
  • Amazing wine list. Solid service. Food is OK, but inconsistent and the 3/4-course model is overpriced, IMO.
  • Went for brunch, need to go back for dinner. Thought the brunch was okay, bit over the top for the meal so dinner is probably a better time
  • 93 pages of drinks menu. Brunch is really good and Bloody Mary selection is definitely the must. Mezcal Bloody garnished with pickled brussels sprout is freakin' awesome.
  • Veal porterhouse
  • I went there on Sunday Brunch with 2 friends. The selection of redwine from France was impressive. Desert was also very good. Ambience of decor was industrial chic and airly space. Love this place
  • Beef tartar amazing, coconut dessert as well. V good lobster second!
  • The best scallop preparation and lobster preparation I've had in a long time. Definite highlights of the menu.
  • Seat at the chef's counter and watch the kitchen like you would watch a movie, great food (try the tartare) and cocktails.
  • Outstanding chicken. Excellent service and hospitality.
  • The Porterhouse of Veal for Two is quite the meaty creation. The feast costs $90 for two and is offered nightly as a an off-the-menu special. (Just ask!)
  • Zachary the bartender was very accommodating and knowledgable
  • See Zachary the bartender he is an amazing host and so knowledgeable.
  • One, two - same appetizer size. Three - small entree size. Four - desserts. Beef tartare, chicken, duck are standouts. Good looking wine selection but fun east/west coast selection of beers too.
  • The Foie Gra torchon is a must!