It was our anniversary. The hostess greeted us with two glasses of champagne as we sat down. Nice touch.Service was excellent and the food was delicious. Not much more to ask for.
Everything about this dinner was just right. The appetizers, the specials, the entrees, the service - all were fantastic. I have been here a few times and this meal was perhaps the best. The flavors were so varied and layered. Will definitely return.
Consistently solid in all categories.
This is one of our favorite go to restaurants in Boulder. We popped in for a relatively quick lunch. My wife ordered the soup special and I had the French onion soup. Both were good but we also both commented that they were just a bit too sweet. We did each also have the simple salad which was very, very good. Loved the fried capers and the miso dressing. Our waitress was nice and OK but a bit of a ditz. She came to the table several times only to discover she was missing something she needed. Because it was a cold snowy April day, it wasn't very busy yet the service was a bit slow.
As usual the food was excellent, the wait staff great and the overall dining experience outstanding.
Food was amazing! Happy hour offered crazy good deals. Nice vibe, with great service!
We choose Ten Ten often, it's so reliable, one of our go-to eateries. The bouillabaisse this time was maybe the best ever, as delightful as any in Paris....and look how much money we saved with travel. Close your eyes and you're in a Paris bistro, or rather, a brasserie. The steak frites is always excellent, too.
The waiter was completely incompetent. He didn’t know how to serve the wine, almost spilled a tray on my son’s lap and poured water all over the table. Some of the food was inedible, artichoke. The pastries were good. Maybe they are brought in from outside?
Great service and food. We would come back but might pick a weekday instead to hope for a lower noise level.
The food was fine but the service was quite below par from what we have experienced here in the past. Disappointing to say the least.
We were disapointed with the service, made it through most of our dinner without getting our drinks.
I am a regular here at 10 10. I consistently give 5 stars all around, but last night the food completely seemed just fair.
One of Boulder's best, for sure. Having dined here a dozen or more times in the past two years, I always find it a joy and a pleasure to return. The food is exemplary, the service attentive and the mood of the restaurant is electric. I've never been disappointed and often thrilled by the food.
It was our 25th wedding anniversary. Excellent service, heavenly food, surprise complimentary flutes of champagne! Too bad it is so loud in there... it’s PERFECT otherwise.
This is my fav Boulder spot, but the meal this time was barely acceptable. Filet overcooked and the mashed potatoes were lukewarm. I’m still a fan but they can do better.
We were a party of four and we all tasted each other’s entrees. We agreed we liked all four so much we couldn’t decide which was best. Bruleed Lemon Curd dessert was fave
The server was very snooty and I couldn’t hear the person I was dining with
best restaurant in boulder, colorado hands down
A wonderful friendly place for friends and family to meet and dine.
Excellent French Bistro food! Favorite lunch spot with my daughter. We pretend we are in Paris.
Awesome as always
Fantastic service and delicious food made for a perfect night out for the two of us!
Food is good, but tried two dishes that are very rich. I will order better next time.
Came for a birthday Sunday brunch. Service was friendly and attentive. Food was really goo! We had the eggs Benedict and the shrimp and grits. Good flavors, perfect size portions. The only slight negative was that it was a little warm in there and there were no ceiling fans or air moving. They brought a cream puff with candles for my son’s birthday which was nice. Definitely will be back!
Birthday happy hour for my husband!
You can always count on 1010! The Happy Hour is the best in Boulder if you ask me.
A wonderful Easter Brunch experience. Our waiter was fabulous. I'll be back soon.
Charming dining experience. Great French cuisine. Staff always welcoming and accomodating. Give it a try!
Easter brunch was divine...the service, waiter, food presentation and culinary/menu flavors were outstanding....I always refer friends visiting Boulder to dine there...everyone is thrilled & they return & refer others. Consistently, a class & top star restaurant; never disappoints anyone @anytime.
We have eaten at Brasserie Ten Ten many, many times and have always loved it. We have also come here for Easter Brunch for years and it has been such a treat.
Today’s Easter Brunch was a big disappointment. Our favorite beignets came with only 5 on the plate, with a scant smear of lemon curd and only one was dusted with powdered sugar. It was as if they were afraid they were going to run out of ingredients and cut back on the serving size. Easter here has always been busy and they have never skimped before. We were there early too. Maybe someone new was in charge of purchasing food for the day and didn’t order enough for the anticipated reservations.
Please do not ever cut back on what we know, especially on a holiday morning.
My favorite crepes did not include the usual side greens (salad) and the hollandaise sauce was loaded with cayenne pepper!!!! My mouth was burning. Had I known the chef had decided to spice it up, I would NOT have ordered them. When I mentioned it to our server he told us that the chef decided to change it for a new flare. Why change a classic entree that has been on the menu forever? It’s a hollandaise sauce!
The music was very loud, so it was difficult for the four of us to have a conversation. The table next to us complained but it was not turned down-at least to a conversational level. It is already a vibrant restaurant and loud music takes away from the ambiance. Even our server had a difficult time hearing us when taking our order.
I am not sure if they hired a new chef, a new manager or both but it has always been consistently wonderful in the past and today was sorely lacking.
I hope they take my comments to heart and make some corrections to bring it back to the standard for which Brasserie Ten Ten is known.
Unfortunately the waiter was distant with zero personality. He would set drinks and food on the table literally turning his head from the table with no eye contact. In my 60 years of living all over it was one of the oddest waiters we’ve run across. Very odd duck.
Classic bistro-style French food in an inviting space with attentive servers. What more could you ask for?
In one visit to Brasserie Ten Ten, it has easily become my favorite restaurant within the vicinity of Denver. The food was absolutely delicious, prepared perfectly, and delivered with thoughtful timing. Our waiter Adam M. was probably one of the best I've ever had as well. He did a great job taking care of us without coming off as overwhelming, and made us feel comfortable in what could easily have been made a stuffy setting: French Dining. 10/10!
Brasserie Ten Ten is my go-to place in town for Brunch, small plates lunch/happy hour and dinner. I'm never disappointed when I visit. I know that saying that a restaurant is consistent may be construed as boring but it's anything but. No, it's probably not the trendiest place in town in terms of an inventive menu (no grapefruit slivers with kale foam surrounded by local wild elderflowers) but trust me, that's a great option to have. I really appreciate knowing that I can swing by for small plates and a cocktail and I'll leave happy. And their prices are amazing. I appreciate having a solid dinner or happy hour option with out of town visitors or guests. The service is always on point and and the people watching is always stellar.
Awesome French Brasserie! Great Food and . Great for any occasion!
Amazing happy hour. The food was delicious and service fantastic. It is extremely loud during busy hours. Not a great place for a group that enjoys conversations, but who needs to talk when the food is this good?
My wife and I ate at Brasserie Ten Ten for an early dinner on a Saturday and it was wonderful! We started with the mussels with the lamb sausage and it was perhaps the best we'd ever had. We split the duck breast special with a glass of viognier that paired perfectly with it. Though not normally a duck fan, I loved the way BTT served it crispy with a spicy cabbage side. They were excellent together! Finally, we ended with the Taylor Fladgate port flight and the chocolate, raspberry torte. The torte was light but very tasty and the port matched it perfectly. Altogether a fabulous meal!
Loved the food...absolutely delicious! Noisy for two of us with hearing issues, but we’d definitely return.