Managing partner John Winterman, former longtime maître d’ at Daniel, welcomes you to a relaxed setting warmed by golden light and cozy banquettes. The wine list highlights the best of Burgundy; cocktails are expertly crafted.
Monday - Wednesday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Thursday - Saturday: 5.30pm - 10.30pm
A / E train to Canal. Exit onto West Broadway (south side of Canal Street). Walk one block south on West Broadway.
Enjoy Michelin-starred Modern European cuisine by Chef Markus Glocker in a beautiful Glen Coben-designed space with a rich history. In addition to a 3-star review from the New York Times, Bâtard also won the prestigious James Beard Award for “Best New Restaurant” in 2015.View Private Dining Details
Delicious and beautifully presented food in a creative and open space.
Great overall experience.
Batard does everything well—the space is inviting and elegant, the food is interesting and well prepared such that it satisfies even the most discriminating foodie and the service is consistently good. Great overall value for money. Nice selection of wines by the glass-loved the Gevrey-Chambertin. It is my new go to place when I need a “nice” restaurant to entertain clients and friends.
Great food and magnificent pastry. The ambience is lovely.
Loved the place. Elegant and grown up. Excellent service and amazing food. We will be back
Recommended by a friend as a great place for a special occasion. Among NYC foodie places Batard is a standout. The quality and presentation of the meal did not waiver or flag at any point during the courses. The souffle dessert was phenomenal; light airy, with a wonderful syrupy apple base. The waitstaff was fabulous. There to help or assist when needed but not intrusive in the slightest. Vegetarian, pescatarian and carnivore all found ample dinner choices and were delighted with their meals.
Don't be fooled by the comments about the limited ambience, this place is sleek, with just the right amount of decor not to distract from the main attraction - the food. I have been living in NY for over 10 years, been all over the restaurant scene, and I was expecting good, but got exceptional. My wife and I did the 3 course menu, but we stared with the burrata to share, then moved to the pumpkin pasta and beet salad, then the snapper and duck, then finished with the peaches. The only thing not out of this world was the peaches, and we didn't even complain, and they brought us the chocolate tart just for fun (our 5th course). The wine list is heavenly, the largest Burgundy selection I have ever seen. But, the wines are expensive, and they only offer about 4 whites and 4 reds by the glass. I guess if I had to offer any criticism, I would say the wines by the glass list should be expanded. We all can't afford $150+ bottles on top of a $300+ bill. Anyway, great service and highly recommend. This place has not lost any steps in the last few years.
Fantastic food but service wasn’t outstanding.
Training was going on which was intrusive.
Wine pouring could have been more organized and elegant .
The soufflé for 2 was a total joke. It was basically melted marshmallows and some apple pieces. We should have asked them to take it back.
Overall great quality food and top level service. Good value too compared to other restaurants at this level.
Remarkable food. Everything was stunning - especially the little touches that sometimes were almost better than the main item on the plate - like pickled walnut slices! Amazing. Plus topped the whole thing off with an Apple souffle - it you have the option to order a souffle - don't miss out!!
The best duck I ever had. The halibut was overcooked but the sauce was amazing. Doppio pasta was really special - two pockets for separate fillings with both sweet and savory.
A quite, little place with an excellent wine menu (primarily from the burgundy region). We had the 4 course meal and it was exquisite. My favorite was the beef tartare which the New York Matinee referred to it
as “a playful but mysterious little dish”.
Everything from lightning to sound, cutlery to coffees has been well thought out. Excellent food the way it should be prepared.
Excellent food, service and wine. We had the food gras and rabbit terrine, seared food gras and the duck and Amish chicken Impeccable. And great wines.
2018 09 11: Anne and I ate here: Anne had the yellowfin tuna crudo and the duck breast, and I had the “foie gras & rabbit terrine” (which was very good, but there was no foie gras attached, only the rabbit pate, which I pointed out clearly to the waiter, who said he’d tell the manager) and the halibut. All the dishes were very good. For dessert we had the blueberry compote, which was good, not great, and I had the chocolate tart, which was delicious. Anne had two glasses of the Val De Mer, a sparkling rose, and I had a glass of the Le Vieux Donjon, chateauneuf du pape, 2014; and the Domaine Joblot, Givry Premier Cru ‘en veau’ 2014, both of which were superb
Delicious food, amazing pastry!
I'm baffled as to how they have a Michelin star. The food was mediocre. The service was mediocre. They can't even bother with tablecloths on the table. I've been to better French bistros. It's not even really a French restaurant because none of the courses could be classified as French. I would call it American cuisine with its wide mix of food. The price tag however was on the level with better restaurants. I appreciate that they don't really want to enforce a dress code and no one likes strict dress codes that are rigorously enforced. However, when one is paying this type of money, one would prefer not to see men dressed in casual shorts.
Arguably one of the top restaurants in the city. While high, the prices actually are reasonable given the quality of food and preparation. Everything tasted as though it had been hand picked and labored over all day. The presentation was superb. Each course arrived at once in almost military precision. The wine preparation and presentation were perfect. Only nit is the absence of bottles under $100 on the French focused wine list. We will be back.
Super food and service. Really enjoyed our meal. Of note there is a Limited wine list and the decor is spartan
Food was really tasty,
Service was great!
For a group to go out, have a great meal, and come away with everyone saying that they would go back I would say it was a great place to go!
Perfect early dinner to celebrate a birthday before theater - which was awful! Don’t bother with School of Rock - we should have stayed for dessert!
a little expensive but cozy and good food. highly recommend appetizers, there is butter toast slice bread come with one of appetizers is so good
innovative ingredients--exquisitely presented. Complex flavors; fabulous all around!
Food and Decor was really great.....but the service is what you would expect from a Michelin Star restaurant. Bravo!
This our second time at Batard. We had such a wonderful experience on our first visit we put it on our rotation . This time however, the service was not up to par... long wait for our cocktails, no one asked if we would like coffee , a general lack of attention. The food was excellent and we will go back, just hope for a better all around experience.
The food at Batard is simply outstanding. The food preparation and presentation are meticulous; dishes are tasty, with unique combinations. And definitely try the desserts. I particularly like their chocolate tart with espresso sorbet.
Stella assai generosa.Trattasi di un ristorante medio. Ma qui a NYC per la cucina con accenti francesi stravedono
The food was exquisite. It is a more unusual Michelin type of restaurant as they do not have a menu degustation. However, what is nice is that some starters can be served as mains and the other way around. The execution of the dishes was very good and the price was decent!
It was great!
Excellent wine and beautifully balanced food
We had the Restaurant Week menu. Everything was beautifully presented and tasted delicious. The service was attentive. We would definitely go back.
Outstanding meal - Chef Glocker is one of the most under-rated chefs in this city. Will be back soon.
Maybe it's because I went during Restaurant Week, but the service was garbage and the food wasn't particularly good either. We ordered 3 courses with wine pairings and we received no wine with the first course, then two glasses of wine next to each other with the second course. They were out of the two dishes we were excited to try and I never really knew who our waiter was ... we had a combination of 4 people buzzing around our table asking the same questions. The food was decent, but not Michelin star worthy. Desert was fantastic and presentation of food was great... but that's about it.
Great dining experience!
Overall, the service was very poor and the meal lasted 3 hours, which left me with a bad impression. Our drinks, which we ordered at the bar well before being seated, did not arrive till long after we sat down and inquired about them. While ordering, we asked the waiter to highlight the gluten-free options but he seemed unsure of himself, so we gave him a chance to confirm with the kitchen to which he declined. We then asked for some more time to review the menu, but unfortunately the waiter never came back, so we had to flag down somebody else. After finishing our drinks, we ordered a bottle of wine. We had finished over half of that by the time our first course arrived (and we were not chugging it by any means).
The food was tasty, but some of the arrangements are arguably over priced. The bread seemed a little stale. The salad option was well prepared and had a good flavor, but came out to be $20 for what amounted to some grilled vegetables, tzatziki, and a tempura cheese. The drinks were also around ~$18 which, I suppose, is average for a higher end place, but were not very creative or unique. The octopus and duck, however, were both very good and well worth ordering. I'd stick with the two course option vs the three, therefore.
Great for restaurant week!
Very impressive! Food, service and the restaurant.
We found Bâtard to be very disappointing from the decor to the lackluster cuisine .
We wanted to try the restaurant for restaurant week. I had the burrata served as a kind
of bruschetta that I needed a steak knife to cut through the bread. The Trout was tasteless, and the crème
de pot was unremarkable. One of my friends had all vegetarian options... Cauliflower/mushroom, fennel pollen pasta and a cheese course. He loved his meal. The other person in our party had the salmon rilettes, and the chicken sausage, and sorbet selection, and was equally unimpressed. The star of the evening was a very nice bottle of Gevrey-Chambertin.
Service was great, staff very knowledgeable many options for tasting menu and number of courses to suit whatever mood you are in. My only comment is that the closeness of some of the tables made it difficult to have a private conversation, but otherwise a great dining experience!
Thing we would like to see (or not to see) at a Michelin star restaurant:
- A more welcoming greeting by maître d′ at the entrance;
- A more professional attire for some of the wait staff;
- Table linens;
- Definitely less salt on all dishes