Boon European Bistro

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“Boon” Restaurant is a Eastern European Restaurant with influences from Romanian, Russian, French, Ukrainian and Moldavian cuisine. The restaurant is a cozy and welcoming spot in the middle of hectic Manhattan. This Hell’s Kitchen gem is a great space for a lovely dinner, quick lunch bite or fun fulfilling brunch. Great space for social events, family gatherings, dates. “Boon” or mainly known as “Bun” in Romanian language actually means good. Anything from people to food can be called “bun”. We created a space that has good food,good people and an insanely good atmosphere for guests to enjoy. The 44th St and 9th Avenue neighborhood got what it was definitely needing: a cozy place serving homemade European dishes along with some American favorites like “Boon” Burger or Crispy Calamari. We are looking forward to welcome you in “Boon”!
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New York Area
7 reviews
Dined on August 4, 2019
Overall 5food 4service 5ambience 5

We all loved the meatball soup and tripe soup. I had pork tenedrloin which was done to perfection. My husband did not like the sarmale,staffed cabbage. We had crepes for desert. We will go back.

New York Area
13 reviews
Dined on July 20, 2019
Overall 3food 3service 4ambience 3

We had appetizers & salad. The pirogies were delicious, I did not care for the kielbasa. No alcohol is served so don’t expect to go for drinks. The service was very good but the place was almost empty for a post matinee meal. I can’t honestly say I would recommend this place.

New York Area
5 reviews
Dined on July 19, 2019
Overall 4food 4service 4ambience 4

New, good food, pleasant.

New York Area
1 review
Dined on June 20, 2019
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 4

Attracted by the fancy interior, interesting food options, not only Romanian but Russian too. The location is right off 9th Avenue, Hell’s Kitchen, next to the 42nd Street Times Square subway stations. But once you eat there it’s like going back in time when my grandma used to cook all delicious food so tasty that you have to ask to meet the chef. Elena & Denisio are the Best!