Quercy Ejf Restaurant

★★★☆☆
  • 242 Court St

    Brooklyn, NY 11201

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  • 718-243-2151

About Quercy Ejf Restaurant

Hours
Dinner hours: Daily, 5pm - 10:30pm. Brunch hours: Sat, Sun, 11am - 3:30pm
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I live in the neighborhood and love this place. The room feels great; it's never too loud, got great music from time to time, deep menu - sophisticated but not stuffy. A grown-up place, always my first choice for brunch. Wine is fairly priced, good bread, great butter. Had quails with raisins, armagnac and foie gras today, with a bottle of champagne for the four of us. This place makes my life better. I note the service complaints and don't dismiss them - they seem fairminded - but it hasn't been an issue for me and I think I've eaten there ten times in the past year.

2
★★★★☆

I live in the neighborhood and love this place. The room feels great; it's never too loud, got great music from time to time, deep menu - sophisticated but not stuffy. A grown-up place, always my first choice for brunch. Wine is fairly priced, good bread, great butter. Had quails with raisins, armagnac and foie gras today, with a bottle of champagne for the four of us. This place makes my life better. I note the service complaints and don't dismiss them - they seem fairminded - but it hasn't been an issue for me and I think I've eaten there ten times in the past year.

Pros: Food, atmosphere, music, room.

Cons: Cold blast when the door opens in winter.

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Ate there on saturday night with some friends. the food delicious BUT the service was absolutely terrible. the "waitresses" acted like they were lost, i don't think they have any idea what they're doing, they got confused between welcoming a new party and answering the handwaves of an existing party, they didn't bring new cutlery after taking away the first set with appetizers, they didn't follow up to take our drink order even though we asked for the wine list, and when it came down to the check and somebody's credit card wasn't reading correctly they didn't have the wherewithall to type in the card number (instead they just came back to the table and said "your card doesn't work") - really unbelievable. this sort of thing doesn't usually get to me, but it did make the dining experience somewhat frustrating, as we didn't have wine WITH our meal but only at the end.

1
★★☆☆☆

Ate there on saturday night with some friends. the food delicious BUT the service was absolutely terrible. the "waitresses" acted like they were lost, i don't think they have any idea what they're doing, they got confused between welcoming a new party and answering the handwaves of an existing party, they didn't bring new cutlery after taking away the first set with appetizers, they didn't follow up to take our drink order even though we asked for the wine list, and when it came down to the check and somebody's credit card wasn't reading correctly they didn't have the wherewithall to type in the card number (instead they just came back to the table and said "your card doesn't work") - really unbelievable. this sort of thing doesn't usually get to me, but it did make the dining experience somewhat frustrating, as we didn't have wine WITH our meal but only at the end.

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I live in Park Slope and would love a place like this nearby. Nothing fancy or ambitious: just well-prepared, basic French fare at a reasonable price. The endive & Rocquefort salad is large and plentiful, and entrees like boeuf bourgignon, cassoulet, and duck are more than serviceable. The wines by the glass are also good, as are the desserts. Nice atmosphere and service, too.

2
★★★★☆

I live in Park Slope and would love a place like this nearby. Nothing fancy or ambitious: just well-prepared, basic French fare at a reasonable price. The endive & Rocquefort salad is large and plentiful, and entrees like boeuf bourgignon, cassoulet, and duck are more than serviceable. The wines by the glass are also good, as are the desserts. Nice atmosphere and service, too.

Pros: Good food, Good prices, Nice atmosphere

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I live around the corner from Quercy and I really hope that they do not suffer the fate of the previous occupants of this space. However, I must agree with the other reviewer about pricing on some items. I worked in a NY Times 3-star restaurant, and our price on Foie Gras, for both a terrine and a piece of seared foie, was the same price as they charge for one or the other at Quercy. This is not the way for a neighborhood place to endear itself to the neighbors. Most of ther menu is well priced and the food was perfectly good, however, it seems a little boring when four different entrees have the same green bean/potato sides. You have stiff competition nearby, and if you are to survive you must step it up.

1
★★★☆☆

I live around the corner from Quercy and I really hope that they do not suffer the fate of the previous occupants of this space. However, I must agree with the other reviewer about pricing on some items. I worked in a NY Times 3-star restaurant, and our price on Foie Gras, for both a terrine and a piece of seared foie, was the same price as they charge for one or the other at Quercy. This is not the way for a neighborhood place to endear itself to the neighbors. Most of ther menu is well priced and the food was perfectly good, however, it seems a little boring when four different entrees have the same green bean/potato sides. You have stiff competition nearby, and if you are to survive you must step it up.

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This restaurant is obviously by someone who cares. My entre was delicious. The wines by the glass were great. I look forward to seeing what they can do with this place.

But,

the green salad should consist of more than a pile of arugula

the foie gras -appetizer- for $18 is a bit overpriced for this menu. I'd love to try it, but I'm not about to drop that kind of change for an appetizer. Cut the size in half if you must (I'll assume that's possible?)

ditto for the terrine, which is usually much cheaper than a foie gras ($16)

regardless, I wish them luck.

2
★★★★☆

This restaurant is obviously by someone who cares. My entre was delicious. The wines by the glass were great. I look forward to seeing what they can do with this place.

But,

the green salad should consist of more than a pile of arugula

the foie gras -appetizer- for $18 is a bit overpriced for this menu. I'd love to try it, but I'm not about to drop that kind of change for an appetizer. Cut the size in half if you must (I'll assume that's possible?)

ditto for the terrine, which is usually much cheaper than a foie gras ($16)

regardless, I wish them luck.

Pros: good food, cuisine-not just food, room's a bit bare yet

Cons: needs a little work

 

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