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Fish sandwich and ATH mussels were fantastic. Great coffee, too. Very pleasant, light, open and not crowded. Best lunch in a long time.
Went to this restaurant to celebrate my birthday. It was a quiet Tuesday night and restaurant was not crowded. Had the scallops which were good however three scallops for the price of $36 may make people unhappy. Half of order of mussels were plentiful and a good price. Pommel frites were good as well. Husband also had msc salad which had good aoeli dressing. Biggest disappointment was dessert which was a dry baba rhum with no cherries as mentioned on menu. The attentive kind waiter Adam did not charge us for this item. Food was very good but they need a good pastry chef for desserts!
Food was excellent!! We loved all our meals and were greatly satisfied
Have now been back several times since ownership changed and continue to be just as impressed with the outstanding quality of the food, preparation and ambience. Thanks for another great outing with great friends and great food!
Disappointed— we’ve been fans of ATH for years & brought friends that had never been before. Our octopus appetizer was over cooked and my scallops entree was an extremely small portion (3 scallops!) for $36. I miss Jim
& Andrea tremendously.
We were celebrating my son getting into medical school. I wanted to do something a little out of the ordinary to celebrate. The food was delicious, but the portions were quite small, and very expensive, Especially for the size! For three people it cost $240 and that did not include alcohol!
I had to convince my friends to make the 20 minute drive to A Toute Heure, but everyone was glad that I persevered - it was a fun evening with a friendly waiter and great food! My only complaint is that the menu is fairly limited, so check your options before you decide to go.
Dined here for 1st time on a Tuesday night - restaurant was quiet, but service very friendly and efficient, and food was excellent! Four of us shared 4 appetizers: mussels pot, oysters, grilled octopus and kale salad. The oysters were fresh, and the mussels and octopus highly recommended! Entrees tried were the grouper (daily fish special) which was flaky and delicious, and the rabbit which was scrumptious. We all agreed this is a keeper, and will definitely be back!
This was our first time at ATH since the new ownership and we were not disappointed! There was a good variety of items on the menu, it was hard to decide. The octopus appetizer was a good portion, tender, and had a great grilled flavor. The duck with fennel was delicious, and the lamb was cooked to order. Our servers were friendly, helpful, and attentive. Remember it's BYOB. Looking forward to our next visit!
Great food and service. Catch of the day was outstanding. Highly recommend
Fine dining at its best. This was our third visit. Consistently excellent. BYOB. Motivated and friendly wait staff.
Absolutely incredible experience...the food was absolutely delicious, the service was wonderful, and the ambiance was simple, subtle and just lovely! I will definitely be back and suggest others to experience this gem of a restaurant!
Great brunch. Too bad it’s only once per month.
Delicious food from start to finish. But a little skimpy on the scallops: 3 for $36?
This is a great farm to table restaurant. Food is excellent. We love the small quaint cafe atmosphere. The small details make it stand out.
Food under the new chef is exceptionally good. Service not quite the personal touch as with the previous owners...but certainly professional. no complaints. Price at the higher end of top byos in the area. But, the food justifies that. A be back for sure.
Took us a while to get the reservation but well worth the wait!! Service was very good and our food was served at a good place (some "hot" restaurants will try to turn over tables") We started with the grilled octopus and the lamb special as starters the prep and flavors were great and actually complemented each other. The rabbit stew was a pleasant surprise and delicious and the short ribs melted in your mouth. Can be a little loud, but there was one large party which always turns up the volume but we managed to talk among the four of us without too much trouble. Overall its a keeper in our books and we will definitely add it to our roster of "go to" restaurants
usually have a good experience here - will continue to keep going. Waiter was awesome
We love Victoria. Amazing lady and she gives the best sincere..calm.. and warm service. The octopus dish is so beautifully prepared in large bowls with garlic and greens. The shrimp and sausage in large bowl is phenomenal and delicious but was a bit overly salted that night. The chicken entree was really tasty but too meagre a presentation and should have some interesting veggies to fill the plate for the money and for an entree. The entrees are coming on this thin rectangular plate that is more of an appetizer plate and it's a disappointment to look at ...we noticed this too on another visit for an over 36 dollar entree with hardly any accompaniment....it was like "bites" of great food for a main dish. I'd rather then get the larger bowls with appetizer dishes as above that have more to look at and offer, or the very good mussels versus a disappointment with sparsely presented entrees on a thin strip of a plate. The coffee is always excellent. Choices of cheese still are great...actually even better than in the past...and these have lovely little accompaniments..unlike the entrees. Victoria is our last thread to the really hospitable days with Dan and former wait staff. We miss too the Wednesday night surprise amabushe...yum. oh well. Beautiful large farm steaks are gone and which were worth the hefty price. I guess it's octopus for awhile till those awful rectangular thin plates for entrees are in. Am I the only one noticing this?
We We miss the old owners' presence among the diners and participation. It had a?warmth and appreciation to it and the former owner extra effier with a daily delight of flavored butter. The rolls don't have the same exquisite taste.
Have been enjoying ATH since it first opened. The new owners have kept the general feeling of the restaurant going, farm to table, but have dropped a few of the touches that we always looked forward to- honey butter for the Parker House rolls, a daily pizza selection, an enticing made on premises dessert menu. It also seems that they have had changes in their wait staff, resulting in very pleasant people but less knowledgeable about the menu than the long-standing servers that we expected. Given 2 options about the oysters available when we were there, the waiter could only tell us about 1, explaining that he had not had time to see or sample the newest oysters. Our salads and entrees were very good (if somewhat over-priced) but dessert was disappointing. They need a new recipe for their bread pudding. We will give them another try in a couple of months.
Great neighborhood place for lunch. Although the food is very good, the close quarters and lack of atmosphere leave it a little short.
It is on par with the previous owners.
They should offer diners a piece of bread with soup.
Service was outstanding. Food was good, though portions were a bit on the smaller side. I would describe the ambiance as 'french, country, chique.' I would definitely go back. Didn't know in advance that it was BYOB - but luckily there was a wine store across the street.
Wonderful Waiter and the food was fabulous.
Went there to celebrate my girlfriends birthday. The food was excellent, the waiter was very nice & helpful. Nice quite, romantic setting. Highly recommend!
One of my favorite places. Their menu never ceases to amaze me. Highly recommend
Food quality and service both excellent. Tables little too crowded together. Timing of prix fixe dinner also excellent. Reputation well deserved.
My niece and I had a great lunch. Nice atmosphere, great service, and the ATH muscles were, as usual, delicious! It was a pleasant, relaxing lunch
I had dinner here with a friend on a Friday night. This place has a very cozy atmosphere and the staff are very attentive. The menu is small but wonderful. I wound up getting 3 dishes from their bites and appetizers section because I couldn't decide on just one thing. I ordered the butternut squash soup - delicious and hit the spot on a cold night. I also ordered the Txistorra (sauteed chorizo & shrimp, fingerling potatoes, mushrooms, jalapeno garlic-herb pan) - very tasty (close up of this dish is included in my review); and finally the Sprouts (roasted & fried brussel sprouts, sesame seeds, thai chili sauce) - fantastic and probably my favorite of the 3. That said, I would get them all again. My friend order the Barnegat Sea Scallops (with cauliflower/ turnip puree, oyster mushroom fricassee, sage brown butter). I did not try her entree but she loved it. I highly recommend this restaurant but suggest making reservations if coming for dinner being that it is a small place.
We had lunch at A Toute Heure:. The food was delicious and the service great: we go back again
Fabulous and fresh food, great service
The food is always amazing! If it is busy the service can be slow but it is always well worth the wait.
Always friendly. Best octopus and organic farm foods . Fabulous coffee and dessert. Warm and kind accommodating staff ....we love Victoria. Already miss Olivia and Dan. We feel st home. Late nignight and never rush feel after ten or later ....
wonderful as always, brought my son's there for the first time they too loved the food.
As always - Fantastic!!!. Excellent service and wonderful food.
Service was not nearly as good as when under prior managment. Food was good, but the experience overall was average. Under the old owners it was obvious that the entire staff was happy, and it radiated throughout the restaurant.
As my wife and I were having our wine - before ordering anything - we were presented with the check - for a nearby table, and as she presented the check the lady asked "who's paying?" When dinner came, my entree had no grilled seasonal vegetables as the menu promised.
ATH has always been a special place for us, but we will be looking elslewhere from now on.
Food was excellent, plates cold although food was warm. Bread was cold, not just room temperature, but really cold. Service was good.
We have been going to ATH since the earliest days of the business. This is the first time going since the restaurant was sold to a new owner in the Speing 2017. I was very impressed. The food and service was every bit as good, even a touch better. This visit we had about five or six of the small plates and they were all great. We skipped entrees and dessert. Will will go back and try more dishes.
We had lunch at this restaurant . The food was very fresh and delicious . Some of the dishes were very well creative,
Our new favorite spot. Great food, charming atmosphere, friendly service.
The service was very good and the waitstaff was friendly. The mussels in all three ways were fantastic. We weren’t rushed and had a really enjoyable evening. The restaurant was cozy and the noise level was fine . Parking can be a challenge but there is a town parking lot a few doors before the restaurant.