Pommes de Terre kicks butt! — Brooklynian
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Pommes de Terre kicks butt!
I just went there. It was great.
Yes it does, can´t wait to go back there, very good comfort food!
Potato is AMAZING!!! There are no words to how happy the hubby and I were to have them open just a block from our place! XD
I HIGHLY reccomend them for brunch too, we've been waiting and waiting for them to get a brunch menu together and we not dissapointed!
I also suggest The Farm up on Cortelyou if you haven't been already, same folks, same level of NUMMY NUMMY food
My folks are in from out of town and we had dinner there last night. Great wine, great service, and amazing food. Has anyone had the salad w/bacon (can't remember the exact name of salad). It is literally the best bacon I have ever had in my life. I vote that they make it a side dish! Love this place.
Subject: Pommes de Terre
My friend took me there the other night for dinner. They asked immediately if we had a reservation, we didn't but they found a way to seat us anyway and as we salivated throughout our meals, we noticed how crowded & loud the place was getting. There are also tables outdoors.
Those mussels and the juice they were in... The sardines and the pork loin that a knife goes thru with ease, roasted carrots and beans, the sauce...
We will be going back!
That place is occasionally okay. I've had great food there and other times, I was served glop that I'd hardly consider food (their salmon benedict comes to mind). The place is a total coin-toss, as far as I'm concerned.
Have their prices stayed the same? I went there when it first opened and it was fairly reasonable, relative to a similar restaurant on, say, Smith St or in Manhattan.
Just curious if they have increased the prices since they've maintained being fairly popular.
My wife and I tried this place a few months back after leaving Farm on Adderly because it's stove had broken down. In short, it was a blessing in disguise. The food and service were wonderful - we'll definitely return. Plus, walking through the neighborhood at night was like being in a small town - very peaceful and pretty.
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