A Toute Heure
Sunday Supper @ ATH
Sunday Supper is the start of a new tradition at A Toute Heure that takes equal parts from the history of the restaurant as well as the heritage of the chef and owners. We think that food is a shared experience, and building a sense of community and connection is as integral to the meal as the ingredients! The three course meal begins at 6:30pm and the theme changes every month - bring a nice bottle of wine and you’re set!
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: March 31, 2019
Ends: December 30, 2019
Availability: Sun 6:30PM-7:00PM
ATH: 3-Course Prix Fixe - $45/pp
Join us Tuesday - Friday from 5:00pm - 6:30pm!
We are offering a wonderful 3- course dining experience for $45/pp
**Does not include sales tax or gratuity**
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: January 2, 2019
Ends: January 3, 2118
Availability: Tue-Fri 5:00PM-6:30PM
This has been one of our favorite restaurants since it opened. When it first changed hands, it seemed in keeping with what we always loved. Today’s meal was a huge disappointment & we will not be in a hurry to go back. Very limited menu & did away with the cheese board we loved & looked forward to. Service was very slow, as well. So sorry to have to say this 😞
The new executive chef is a significant step down. For starters, we got a mediocre green salad, and an a heirloom tomato salad that was several small chunks of tomato strewn across a plate, like a tomato exploded. The chicken roulade was gimmicky, but not that special. The dessert was okay.
The service was off in odd ways. First, when they cleared the main course, they left the table with several shells from the mussels on the table, as well as crumbs. When they came to wipe the table, they left several crumbs and some remnants of the main course detritus. The server interrupted us while we were eating the dessert to ask us if we were done and if she could clear the table. Usually, the fact that people are still actively eating something is a good sign they are not done.
The rolls were still fantastic, though.
Overall, the meal came out like it was prepared by an overeager child who wanted to show off, rather than an assured chef looking to present the most tasteful food.
Very disappointing, since this used to be my favorite restaurant in NJ.
We celebrated our 33rd Wedding Anniversary at A Toute Heure on Friday 6/14. This was our first time eating at this wonderful restaurant. The food and service were excellent! It was a beautiful night so we sat outside/sidewalk seating. The only downside is that the outside seating area is a little tight, but we thoroughly enjoyed our experience. We will definitely be back!!
Haven't been here in about 10 years but since they started serving brunch, and I needed to go somewhere special for a belated Mother's Day celebration, I decided it was time to go back. And I'm glad i did. Everything was incredible. The service was friendly and mostly attentive, the atmosphere casual yet chic, and most importantly, the food was REALLY good. Danish blueberry pancakes were delicious! Coffee was some of the best coffee I've ever had with a meal. Even the tap water tasted great. We were also very appreciative of their willingness to make almost any menu item vegetarian. If i had to nitpick, my only complaint would be that the restaurant was fairly empty, so at times it seemed the staff used their extra free time to talk amongst themselves, sometimes leaving me looking for help when we wanted more coffee, etc. But when they did appear, they were extremely friendly and helpful. I will say, too, that it's a bit on the expensive side ($110 including top for three people with no alcohol or dessert), but i knew the prices ahead of time, and my mother's happiness was more than worth it. It's not a place to go every weekend, but i'll certainly be back next time I'm looking for soemthing a little special. Highly recommended.
The Sea Bass dinner was very good as well as the Halibut special. Waitress did a great job as well
We were here on a Friday in June. The app menu had a leek vichyssoise which I assumed, during June, would be served cold but it was hot! My wife had tile fish and I had halibut but the fish was unnecessarily VERY salty. The noise level was such that conversation was different. Now, we have been here before and always had a great experience but I was told that it recently changed hands. So it goes!
Always a good experience. Wait staff is attentive and informative. Food flavor and creativity is amazing, and the quaint atmosphere makes it feel very cozy.
This was our second visit and our first since the kitchen changed hands. The shaved spring vegetable salad and mussels poached in coconut milk, cilantro, and a mild curry were new to us and made excellent starters. Our server was wonderful and we really enjoyed the option of BYOB. Glad they are still operating at such a high level.
Delicious food, although hot appetizer was served cold. Service really frustrated me though. I rarely saw our waiter, and when I did he kept interrupting my conversation with my dinner guest. Very rude. I’d go back though. I’d just hope to get a different waiter.
The outside seating ambiance was nice however the seating was really uncomfortable. Food and service were excellent.
Food is great, very creative, exceptional service. A somewhat negative point - the dining room got so loud on Friday night that we could barely hear each other or the waitress.
This is my second time dining here. The food was delicious, coffe was very fragrant and delicious as well. Highly recommend. Would love if there was outdoor seating for the season. It was pretty chilly inside for me. But enjoyed my experience.
The food was good, not great, but I’d definitely try it again. Unfortunately the servers appeared overwhelmed and inexperienced that night b/c too many people were crammed into the room and my husband kept getting knocked into by staff and other diners. Servers needed to be reminded to bring side dishes out so those came out late. Too bad as it’s a cute place with a lot of potential.
We’ve been going to ATH for years, unfortunately it’s gotten progressively worse over the past year or so. The NY strip I ordered rare was overcooked and tasted like a generic steakhouse strip. It was not up to par with what I normally expect from ATH. My wife had the tilefish, which was decent, but unremarkable. It’s a shame, I wanted this place to remain the same or improve after it changed hands. If i’m paying $48 for a steak I expect more.
Steak Tartare, a nearly tiny portion that lacked flavor--surely no pizazz--came with over-toasted brioche that was unappealingly hard all the way through. All Greens Everything salad was good. Rohan duck came with kale sprouts that seemed like small pieces of deep-fried kale that was bitter enough not to be in balance with the rest of the entree. The "crispy potato confit" was anything but toasty; it was soft and not flavorful. Chicken confit was good, though not remarkable. The dessert choices were very limited and, at least to us, unappealing. The senior wait staff was very good; the junior wait staff was not good, simply untrained.
This was not our first nor our last visit, but we're going to take a break, as this was not a good meal 35 minutes from home.
Food was good but very expensive for what it is. Wsh the new owners well but my friends and I will not be returning. Too many options at this price point.
Been here multiple times and have never been disappointed. Always pay for the extra bread rolls, they are amazing.
Overall a great experience and delicious food. Place was so cozy and inviting. Will be back...
Absolutely awesome!!! The four of us opted for the chefs tasting menu, very reasonably priced. You get what the chef brings you, which is always fresh, seasonal, locally sourced, and creative. The chef is talented and a rising star. If you haven’t had the tasting, make a reservation and let the restaurant know you’re interested in the chefs menu. See pictures for yummy ness
Much A do About Nothing:
We heard the hype...the farm to table experience...the warm ambiance, but sadly the restaurant did not live up to its grandiose expectations.
We started with the beef tartare, which was barely ok. Then the toasted octopus, which was a literal salt bomb. Imagine perfectly tender octopus ruined by a salt foam and out of place salmon roe. The mains were disappointing, the chicken roulade for my wife and the duck for me. The chicken was bland and the duck was chewy with a flavorless potato brick as a companion. The dish was surrounded by what looked like raw granulated garlic and fried kale. Finally, we ended with what they called the Twinkie. Spoiler alert, it did not taste like a Twinkie at all. It tasted like a semi sweet cake that an amateur baker could have made. In summation, the restaurant plates well and creates dishes which look beautiful but taste bland. For a name like a Toute Heure they are certainly producing mediocre food all hours of the day.
Farm to table food prepared by an amazing chef with great service. I highly recommend!
Awesome spot. Great unique food choices!
Excellent food and service. Cozy atmosphere. Best meal we’ve had in a while.
Our first time back since the ownership change and loved everything. Same great atmosphere, excellent service and Chef Capella’s food is outstanding. His octopus interpretation was some of the best I’ve had and the duck was melt in your mouth. Will def be back!
Lunch at Toute Heure was simple soup and salad. The leek vichyssoise soup was excellent. It was served hot. It was thick. Very filling. I ordered the burrata with strawberry rhubarb. A small burrata. The strawberry rhubarb dressing was rather plain but ok. The ice cream serving was very small at $3.00 a small scoop and it tasted more like water ice or non-flavorful gelato. Service was friendly especially by the host. Waitress was considerate. There was nothing over the top to for the overpriced lunch.
Thanks for a wonderful brunch, the food was delicious and we enjoyed ourselves
Easter brunch... outstanding as always. The trout was fantastic, as was the leek soup.
Great appetizers and entrees. The desserts were just so-so and not very sweet. Suggest the chef consider hiring a pastry chef to create better desserts.
A bit pricey, but you do get what you pay for. BYOB helps. Creative menu, unusual combos....great service.
It ain't what it used to be--this local restaurant was one of our favorites--and that includes many restaurants in New Orleans, Las Vegas, NYC, and Paris.
Skimpy portions, duck and fish dishes that needed seasoning, and New York City prices have combined to cross this old favorite off our list.
We just returned from a NCL cruise to the Bahamas. The Haven restaurant on board was far superior.
We love everything about A Toute Huere from the staff, to the chef, the sous chef, the decor and the service. They're not only serving incredible food, but they're creating an atmosphere where camaraderie with the other guests is encouraged. ATH has been hosting several wine collaboration dinners and has most recently introduced 'Sunday Supper' the last Sunday of every month. The tables are communal and so it's a wonderful table to truly enjoy the experience of a shared meal.
As far as the food, while you certainly can't go wrong with ordering directly from the menu, our suggestion is to call 48 hours ahead of your reservation and request the chef's tasting menu. It's the best way to see Chef AJ's talents shine and get a feel for the flavor profiles he's building.
Lastly, engage with the staff - they're all wonderful, many have been at the restaurant for quite awhile and can be an excellent resource if you have any questions about where the ingredients are sourced from, their favorite dishes, etc. Don't miss out on the opportunity to try something new!
innovative food concept, the flavor profile needs a little bit of work in trying to get some of the dishes more balanced. But the octopus was one of the best I've ever had. Others were okay in taste, but fun in terms of preparation.
Love this place!
The food was very good, the wait staff was attentive, friendly, and fast, and the ambiance was pleasant. Will definitely return
Loved it and Adam, our server, was spot on with his recommendations! Wish this restaurant was in our neighborhood. Would and will absolutely go back!!
Great place for brunch.
We will back! My husband thoroughly enjoyed his birthday dinner!
Excellent meal with great service. Nothing more to add
Perfect place for brunch , quaint and cozy . I would have given 5 stars for the food , but the biscuits were really bland . The mussels were excellent and my friend loved the bacon.