Cafe Clover

American
$ $ $
10 Downing St (at 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 675-4350
Monday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Thursday
11:30am - 11:30pm
Friday
11:30am - 11:30pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:30pm
Sunday
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tips

  • The burger is fantastic! The risotto app is incredible - there's no rice but it's so tasty! The broccoli side is the best I've ever had. Snap peas are delish. Do not sleep on strawberry rhubarb tart.
  • They gave us butternut squash hummus and crackers to start instead of bread that was delicious. The octopus to start and salmon main were very good too. Lots of healthy options.
  • Even if most diners are there to feel better about eating out after SoulCycle or ModelFit, the kitchens use of unusual ingredients guarantees a worthwhile discovery or two.
  • Quinoa tagliatelle. Followed by the dark chocolate platter for dessert.
  • Kale salad. Risotto. Strip loin. Lobster. Done.
  • The menu here is a great if you are health-conscious, and looking for something delicious and simple to experience. Do try the Organic Scottish Salmon, black kale, braised spring radish, red curry!
  • Health foods restaurant concept pulled off wonderfully
  • Cauliflower steak, Brussel Sprouts, Octopus... All delicious!
  • EXCELLENT everything I had were great: kale, celery pasta, burger, apple tart
  • Quinoa tagliatelle was vvvv goood
  • Healthfulness and lots of specific questions about ingredients are a staple here. Lots of West Village energy vibes too. Plus, an uncommon street-level bathroom, if stairs are bad for you.
  • Brunch is pretty good here. The hash browns are particularly delicious.
  • Distinct brunch menu. I loved the quinoa pancakes and the sweet potato latke with smoked salmon. Its a little noisy but overall comfortable.
  • Great salmon and lovely gem salad. Celebrity spot :) pricy though
  • An ideal combination of healthy and tasty. Quinoa bowl and sprout bowl were great, so were the seed crackers. Sweet potato hummus not necessary. Make sure to go to their grocery store few doors away.
  • Lavender waffles were yummy. Subbed out blackberries for roasted apples., topped with bee pollen. Very creative menu.
  • Great for vegetarians
  • If all healthy restaurants prepared food this delicious Id be a whole lot healthier. Try the Branzino entree, the Burrata (with Pear Butter), and the Fall Salad (with Squash and Thomcord Grapes)
  • Atmosphere and decor is great and would go back again for brunch. Perfect spot outside in the sun. Food is very basic though.
  • Great outdoor area

Nearby places

W 4th St (btwn MacDougal St & University Pl)
228 Bleecker St (at Carmine St)
116 Macdougal St (btwn W 3rd & Bleecker St)