Saul

French
$ $ $
200 Eastern Pkwy (Brooklyn Museum of Art) (Washington Ave.)
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 935-9842
Wednesday
12:00pm - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 9:00pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday
12:00pm - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:00pm - 9:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Regulars never tire of the signature Baked Alaska. - Inspector
  • When the strawberry-balsamic ice cream and the baked Alaska arrive, the sense of being in a Ritz-Carlton in the late nineteen-nineties is fully realized.
  • Completely unassuming restaurant serving Michelin Star Rated food! Try the Albacore Tuna Ceviche, Octopus Salad with Pork Belly, Foi Gras and the Squab.
  • One Michelin star.
  • The BEST part of our meal was the dessert. Go experience it yourself and you will know what we mean!
  • Amazing. Octopus, squab, baked Alaska. Date or friends, chill white tablecloth vibe
  • From Ryan Sutton's 1 star review: "Desserts are impressive. Panna cotta is infused with the sweet, vegetal flavor of asparagus; pea sorbet on top adds a grassy jolt."
  • The dinner menu includes celery root soup, a foie gras terrine, chicken with black trumpet mushrooms, striped bass with mussels, and venison with walnut bread pudding.
  • Amazing, deserves Michelin star. Scallops cooked to perfection. Ranch dressing perfect. Bok choy insanely delicious. Gnocchi was a fave w/the hubs. Poached egg tasty and inventive. Dessert! Service!
  • Squid ink tagliatelle is spectacular. Seared foie gras equals divine. Cheese plate was interesting, varied, & delicious. Saul still has it.
  • Apps were delish. Entrees were sub-par.
  • First time here but apparently not what it once was. Food was pretty good (although not excellent), but the spot was straight deserted. As in, only ppl here. #awkward.
  • Amazing baked alaska!
  • Recommended appetizers: Seafood chowder, crispy pork terrine, squid ink tagliatelle, pork belly and charred octopus salad. Main courses: Skate, scallops, squab, sweetbreads.
  • at the Brooklyn Museum. The menu is a love letter to the cultures and flavors that intersect throughout the borough.
  • Must try the Charred Spanish Octopus- one of the best things on the menu.
  • Good brunch and love the museum location
  • Meeeeh .... Good but wasn't thrilled
  • Good, but most places like this kill you with great customer service. The workers here seem to be living in fear.
  • empty at 6pm on a Saturday night but dined with my parents, and we all enjoyed it. had the fluke crudo, wild striped bass, a cocktail called the Dime Piece.

Nearby places

200 Eastern Pkwy (at Washington Ave)
210 Smith St (btwn Baltic & Butler St)
990 Washington Ave (at President St)