Café Boulud

French, New American
$ $ $ $
20 E 76th St (btwn 5th & Madison Ave)
New York, NY 10021
(212) 772-2600
7:00am - 10:30pm
7:00am - 10:30pm
7:00am - 10:30pm
7:00am - 10:30pm
7:00am - 11:00pm
7:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 10:30pm



  • Excellent upscale French restaurant from the Daniel Boulud team. For a more casual meal with drinks, try Bar Pleiades next door.
  • A great place to splurge on brunch in the UES. Get the $39 2 course prix-fixe, it's worth it. We recommend the Crepes Suzette and the scrambled eggs with butter poached lobster.
  • The best restaurant!
  • One Michelin star.
  • The best food served outdoors in the city, although sitting under a scaffold might not be your cup of th. But it's civilized enough to enjoy chef Gavin Kaysens globe-trotting, modern-French menu.
  • Try the Peekytoe Crab Salad!
  • Try the Hanger Steak and Eggs for a hearty brunch. Their hanger steak is not at all tough (like most) and is creamy, flavorful and moist - cooked to perfection.
  • Arctic char with coconut foam == a form of awesome.
  • Go to Daniel for the boulud boulud is a subpar replica
  • Home to my famous Sea Bass en Paupiette! Executive Chef Aaron Bludorn makes wonderful seasonal food, when I go I like to indulge in the flavorful pastas!
  • Risotto Balls, Squash Soup, Duck Breast, Duo of Beef and very knowledgeable sommeliers on staff. One of my top five choices in the New York area.
  • You cant go wrong, from crisped salmon or fontina+truffle arancini to celery root agnolotti or pan-seared duck breast. Green Guide Editor
  • Ravioli and hake were amaaaaaazing.
  • Make sure to save space at the end. Best. Madelines. Ever.
  • Enjoy a Thanksgiving menu carefully crafted by a James Beard Award winning chef with options like a heritage farm turkey with ciabatta stuffing, cranberry marmalade cipollini onions & sage infused jus
  • Gossip Girl: Humphrey/van der Woodsen family brunch (Episode: 412)
  • love this for the best Parisian lunch and if u can afford it, dinner in NY
  • Caf Boulud does quite the elegant breakfast and brunch. - Inspector
  • Cafe Bouluds tasting ($95 for six courses) was creatively conceived all the way through, starting with a trio of chilled, pitchperfect summer soups.
  • Fabulous upscale French restaurant,the ambiance is one of elegance and is not as relaxed as the younger crowd would hope.Portions are small & the prices are high it's what you'd expect on the UES!

Nearby places

20 E 76th St (at Madison Ave)
20 E 76th St