A Toute Heure
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Friday, February 14, 2020
Chef is excellent and spot on with his flavors. He is very thoughtful, friendly and welcoming.
Absolutely love the entire experience. Had Brunch and dinner and two times each and loved it every time.
The food was excellent but a little overpriced. The service was excellent and I would recommend it to everyone
Will not return for a while...great the first time ( very expensive) but upon return the menu is limited and does not change enough to bring you back
Superb multi course NYE dinner. Inventive, attractive , and delicious. Terrific service - efficient, personal without being obtrusive. Class act all around.
Great Farm to Table
Inventive presentations and oppositions
Of main and sides
Excellent Romain salad
Beignets not like NOLA Cafe du Monde
More like fried donuts holes. Only thing on menu the didn’t meet or exceed expectations
I really like this restaurant. It changed ownership - the food is quite good but the service for our entrees were really slow.
Christmas Eve dinner was a fixed menu, but took forever to serve. Food was just okay.
The food was well prepared and tasty but the dishes were a bit disparate. Also, would have been better to have slightly smaller portions at a lesser price.
We had an amazing brunch for the first time after eating at their sister restaurant 100 Steps for dinner. Same level of quality and a more intimate, French bistro style.
It used to be one of our favorite restaurants. However, the quality of the food went down.
Another wonderful meal! We will be sure to return.
Was surprised that we were able to get a reservation - under the previous ownership reservations were extremely hard to come by, sometimes not available for 3 or more weeks. I chalked it up to this being a Thursday night. Was more surprised to find we were the only diners in the restaurant when we arrived and that was the case for the entire time we were there. Reception was warm and we were promptly seated. Upon receiving the menu, we were immediately told that the catch of the day - exactly what my wife wanted, was not available, so she elected to get the Mussel Pot and I ordered the Short Ribs. We ordered the pizza appetizer to start. No sooner did our server placed our order did she come back to the table, overly apologetic that the chef informed her the Short Ribs were not available as well. Note: there are only 4 main courses on the menu and we were down to 2. At this point, I should have just gotten up and left, but decided to order the chicken. At $38 it definitely was not worth it. In all fairness, the Mussel Pot was exceptional and very reminiscent of the original owners' recipe.
I have dined at a toute heuer in the past more times than I can count and have had nothing but exceptional experiences. Friends and family that we have taken there raved about the quality of the food and the experience. This was all under the previous ownership. All that is in the past - the restaurant is no longer what it once was.
Unfortunately a gem is gone. I can't see myself ever returning and will be sure to warn anyone else to steer clear of this establishment.
They certainly seem to be trying. A few things fall down. The wait time for entrees at this price level is too long. But the food is delicious. If you are going to make people wait that long, at least give a free second order of those Parker house rolls. The prices are a tad high for this area. The wait staff is nice but needs a bit more gravitas for a place with this feel. Overall it’s great the see a gem like this is Cranford but they aren’t yet quite back to what they used to be.
French toast, bacon, coffee, biscuits, beignets all good. Although good, the "eggs in
purgatory" not exactly as described in menu which made them "surprising" but still good.
A bit too long in waiting for our food - a few patrons who came in after us - received theirs
much faster as we observed. Friendly and attentive service altho strangely, no 1/2&1/2 for
coffee - or sugar sub Equal - were available. You'd think these would be basic items,no?
This was our first brunch @ ATH - we've been customers since they opened in '07 and have had many excellent meals - and we will definitely return and continue to recommend it.
Small menu but food was excellent. There were 5 of us for brunch. We had an assortment of items all of which were very good. Our favorite was the Parker Roll French toast and the Breakfast pizza. The French toast was three rolls which were exquisite-toasty outer layer and delicate and soft on the inside accompanied by a honey butter and a light jam spread.
I think it’s too bright
So good. The food was a seasonal twist on a great menu. Everything was excellent and somehow unique.
Excellent food! The chef works with you, if for example, you request a modification. The server was very personable. (The experience would have been perfect except other guests brought young children and one was very noisy - continuously banging his feet against a bench.) We will definitely return.
Came for the Dutch Baby pancakes during brunch but the website hasn't been updated and they dont have them anymore. apparently the main chef left a few months ago too. Their french toast is fried, which is tasty, but too oily. I dunno. Maybe dinner is better?
Fabulous experience, from start to finish. I love everything about this restaurant...the way it looks, the great service, and of course, the fantastic food (including those sublime Parker House rolls!).
Fabulous prepared and presented meal. Server was outstanding and knew menu very well. Chef prepared all of our dishes just perfect. Thank you to the new chef Michael D for welcoming us.
The menu is very limited, and we thought it was over priced. One of our entrees was a beef pot pie priced at close to $40. It was bland with mostly potatoes and chick peas and very little meat. The restaurant was very empty when we went on a Thursday night, so the service was great! The waitresses were very pleasant.
Our dinner was delicious the service was excellent it was a perfect anniversary celebration for my husband and I and my sister and brother-in-law
Fantastic meal start to finish. The signature mussels were a great starter. My wife had wild boar gnocchi. My main was black bass, my wife had duck enough to feed an army. Our dessert was sublime sweet potato beignets. Wonderful meal. Service was a little slow but friendly and helpful.
The tone was set immediately, wait staff couldn’t have been nicer, then the chef came out to speak with us. I know it sounds odd, but the bread/rolls were absolutely the best we’ve ever had. We skipped appetizers, went straight to entrees. The Pot pie(pork, collared green and sweet potatoes) were terrific. The pastry on top was outstanding. The mussels is their signature dish and the sauce is best we’ve ever had and that includes Brugge, Belgium. Great night out
Loved our server and so happy I could swap out brussel sprouts for collard greens
We had lunch at A Toute Heure. I saw a lunch menu on line but when I got there the menu was very limited. The manager explained they were in the process of updating the menu and they will be correcting the on line menu. Lucky for me there was a lobster roll on the menu which I enjoyed. The food is delicious with good service but they need a menu with more lunch selections.
I've generally liked the food and service since the change in ownership, but had a bad experience last night after showing up promptly for my 8PM reservation and being forced to wait 20 minutes for a table, despite the fact that there were 2 open tables when we arrived. Predictably, one of the open tables remained open well after we finally got some food on the table, over 30 minutes after arriving, so we waited for absolutely no reason. Our server was excellent, but the hostess was ineffective and unapologetic. I had the steak, teres major. Pretty good, but too lean, lacked flavor. Everything else was delicious.
We celebrated our anniversary and it was excellent
The dinner we had at A Toute Heure was the best we’ve had in a while. To say the food was delicious is an understatement. Adam was terrific! Will be back again eagerly awaiting seasonal menu changes.
We’ve eaten at Toute Heure before, but the kitchen was sadly off the mark the Saturday evening we went—cold mussels, mushy fish, and overcooked vegetables. Hopefully an anomaly.
Food was excellent, small menu but something for everyone. Service was excellent, server was extremely helpful and knew menu extremely well,
Ecletic menu selection, delicious, friendly and efficient service
This restaurant came to us highly recommended and it absolutely exceeded our expectations. Food was incredible (especially the gnocchi and mussel pot) and the service was outstanding. Can not wait to go back and tell our friends to visit too!
We are soooo happy the original ATH mussels are back and the wonderful local farm to table vibe is still alive at A Toute Heure
We celebrated my husband’s birthday, and it was lovely. Food was very good,casual, and friendly atmosphere.
Ordered the Parker House French toast, Salmon and Eggs Benedict and a side of bacon. All delicious. Food was served quick and the server was attentive about replenishing coffee. Very pleasant experience. We will be back.
Great experience from the greeting to the delicious dessert. Definitely will dine here again.
The dining space was discreet and cozy, perfect for a date. Service was welcoming and attentive. The appetizers were well balanced and the proteins were cooked to perfection. Ask for the Sangria if they have it because it is a well mixed drink.
I had the pate which taste a little like humus. The scallops were fresh and excellent.