Loved the food...absolutely delicious! Noisy for two of us with hearing issues, but we’d definitely return.
Had brunch. We had a reservation and were seated within a few minutes of it. The service, with an earnest waiter was great, checked in, not overwhelmed us.
We all enjoyed our dishes overall. I found the onion soup was actually somewhat sweet and thinner broth than 'perfect'. Probably would not order that again. Another guest ordered a steak medium rare, but came closer to rare. She was OK with that, and much better than overdone! The french dip and tuna salad were both well prepared and good. Shared a rasberry torte, which was rich and good.
Restaurant was full, but items came out well timed, and also pretty much together on the entrees. Definitely would come back again!
We met up with another couple here for lunch hoping for a quiet setting so we could catch up on family events. The food and service was good, but we were a bit surprised it wasn't as quiet as we expected. Since we were traveling, we were eating out a lot and had food at a number of very good restaurants and brew pubs, but all seemed to be very noisy. Still, I will recommend Brasserie Ten Ten highly.
We loved everything about this restaurant. It is a nice, upscale casual space. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable and helped recommend fantastic meals. My husband and I enjoyed our selections - I had the hangar steak and highly recommend!
Delicious!! Inventive dishes. We tried the oysters, mussels, and crepes au brie, as well as the Bouillabaisse and Cassoulet. Everything we tried was committed perfectly, seasoned well and very flavorful!
We loved our time at Brassiere 10 10! We felt utterly spoiled by the waiter and the whole staff! The food was really good and the atmosphere is perfect for all occasions!
Our third visit to the restaurant and loved it again. The liver pate and other appetizers are really good. The lamb sliders, French dip, and risotto were tasty indeed. Drinks were well mixed. Sequoia was our server. She is excellent!
Great food! Very cozy in the main street of Boulder. A must eatery when visiting Boulder.
We came to the Brasserie to celebrate an anniversary, and the evening went above and beyond my expectations. Our server Adam was patient with our indecisiveness/desire to settle in and chat for a little before ordering, but was always nearby and checking in without being pushy or disruptive. Likewise, he greeted us warmly and offered some us some champagne to celebrate the occasion. Every dish we ordered was delicious, and the staff did a great job spacing it out so that we didn't get bombarded with all the various items at one time. Our table's location was fantastic, as was the ambiance and the date as a whole. Thanks Brasserie for helping make our night so special!
We are new to the area and decided to try brunch here. There were too many options on the menu that we wanted to order, but we settled with the Croque Madam and the French toast. They were both excellent!
A consistent stand-out in Boulder. It never fails to please.
Very good food and stellar desserts! It was so noisy that we couldn't hold a conversation amongst ourselves. Also we got a very inexperienced waiter who knew absolutely nothing.
Service was wonderful! Food was very tasty! Thanks for a nice evening out😊😊😊
Food was very good. Service was very poor. Servers werre inattentive to drink refills and were unaware that too many used dishes were cluttering up the table making it congested and uncomfortable to eat, and when new food would not arrive, they seemed clueless as to the need to clear the used plates to make room for new ones. It was a very claustrophobic eating experience. It almost seemed as though they tried to get away with giving us lower end items at happy hour. They brought ketchup instead of the taragon aioli that comes with the fries. And twice neglected to bring the horseradish we requested for our oysters, instead only bringing the cocktail sauce. The mussels, while not amazing, were very good and certainly some of the best in Colorado, and good enough for us to order a second order. They were in a tyme creme fraiche broth which was excellent. The fries were good but nothing special about them. The brie was not as high end as I would expect for a Brasserie, and was quite small for the price, but tasted good and went very fast among us at the table. The oysters, like the mussels, were not as amazing as you’d find on the E/W Coast, but crisp and tasty nevertheless. Overall, for Colorado, this is a very good restaurant. Good food, great location, nice atmosphere. But could use a little more conscientiousness from the wait staff.
Excellent food and very creative. Great restaurant
Overall, Brasserie is a great experience, usually but it's getting more and more difficult to eat out. I'm tired of going to nicer restaurants that do not request that guests step outside if they're going to talk on their phones, or watch videos or share them. It would also be nice if staff could ask people to mute their phones or put them on airplane mode. It's not fair to the other guests who may wish to have a nice, quiet dining experience in a great restaurant that prides itself on nice/casual/fine/dining. When dining yesterday, one woman was sitting alone waiting on someone else and we could hear her entire conversation on the phone from across the restaurant. What's the point of dining out if it's going to be chaotic and annoying like the office? I was also disappointed that the waiter serving the table next to me kept bumping into me as they tried to 'properly' serve the table. Don't crowd guests, don't loom over guests, and don't bump into guests.
The food was excellent and the service was outstanding. Highly recommended.
This review is for brunch which wasn't nearly as good as lunch and dinner. I would definitely go back for either but not for brunch. Brunch was just okay, nothing special.
Consistent and delicious with a french twist on everything. Rich, tasty sauces (but not over the top). Unique preparations (like deep fried green beans with a garlic aioli dip) that are surprising, pleasing, piping hot and mouth-watering. Service was spot on, very efficient, timed well but the servers and staff were never too much - staff was excellent. We were a party of four. My wife has Celiac thus highly sensitive to gluten. The staff handled it easily and seamlessly (which is no small feat). The menu is clearly marked with a nice collection of GF offerings and the staff was well informed on what not to order. Our guests noted as soon as we were sat how much they liked the ambience/energy of place. Something about it - maybe the lighting, maybe the size, maybe seeing a full house, maybe the right amount of noise - all of it contributes to that special something you look for in a great place to grab dinner. Highly recommended.
Delicious food, beautiful restaurant. Our server was not very attentive, but the overall experience was still absolutely wonderful.
We hosted 8 friends for dinner. It is a bit loud in the restaurant on Sat. night, but the food and service could not have been better!
We've been coming to Brasserie since it opened, the food is fabulous. Never a disappointment.
Our trip to brasserie 10 10 was great. My wife and I have been going for several years. The mussels are always top notch,and with the verity of menu items, you can order from comfortable foods ( French dip sandwich) to what some would consider exotic ( steak tartare) and be assured that it will be presented well ,with proper silver service and everyone in your party will be taken care of. It's a nice place to bring friends to, to let then explore a nicer style of dining.
Even though I had made my reservation plenty ahead, and let them know it was for a birthday brunch, we were seated in a very tight corner table. Other than that, it was a great meal.
This was a great lunch spot. Couldn’t capture dinner so we hit lunch The cheese platter was killer. Gotta get the pate!! For dessert you can’t go wrong with crem brûlée
The food was outstanding but the service was terrible. We didn’t get one of the appetizers and one person never got the beer they order. We had five people and one bottle of wine and our glasses were all completely empty and finally when our food came out I asked to order another one. It was like they were trying to get us our food as fast as possible and then get us the check to go. The food was really delicious but I won’t be back due to the service.
Our first time here. Very pleased and would definitely return. Made a reservation and needed it, even on a cold Tuesday evening. Avoid tables adjacent to windows and doors on cold winter nights.
As always, Brasserie Ten Ten did not disappoint. The food was fabulous and our server, Amanda, was always on top of things. Brasserie Ten Ten is our favorite Boulder restaurant, and this shows why.
Brasserie 1010 is always a wonderful place for happy hour, dinner, lunch, brunch! It is always a noisy environment but the food and service make up for the noise level.
Pleasant, friendly service. Attentive to guest needs. Always interesting menu. Never disappointed, usually dining with party of 4 to 6. Price friendly menu. Fresh flowers set an elegant tone.
Brunch was terrific - best shrimp and grits I’ve had in a very long time.
Our second visit. Service was great. Wine was really good and so was our food. She had the hanger steak and thought it was cooked perfectly. I had the lamb sausage slider (delicious) and the mussels, which were good but usually are good anywhere. Lots of items on the menu looked really good to us. It was during film festival and we enjoyed the people watching.
The food is amazing, especially the scallops! my husband and I were out with another couple and we were able to relax and easily talk. The service was great and I love the lighting. I highly recommend this place when you feel like having a nice meal out.
The food is exceptional. Our dinner was done to perfection and the sauces were wonderful. Many of the dishes come gluten-free, too. The restaurant is loud and filled with excitement on the Pearl Street Mall. It was a fun experience and we would highly recommend it.
Excellent food as always but insanely noisy. Wouldn't recommend if you really want to talk with someone -- but otherwise fun and delicious
Hands down best French restaurant around. We drive from Douglas County (approximately 1+ hours) to visit this restaurant because we LOVE it! Amazing food, amazing ambience, amazing service. Had the Croque Madame for brunch. My husband had the duck confit hash. We were in heaven! Can't say enough good! Can't wait to go back! Salivating just thinking about it! Love the bouillabaisse and wish that it was on the brunch menu.
Make sure that you make reservations because we're not the only ones who love it!
We went for happy hour to celebrate our daughter’s 21st birthday. We all enjoyed the food and especially the mussels and the bone marrow. It’s a lively restaurant and we would definitely go again.
Food was great. Service was spotty especially considering what the restaurant is trying to be. Small break for a college town but a little more training would help
Great food, great atmosphere, great service, great happy hour!
I like the fact that the Foie Gras we ordered did not meet our expectations (as we've had many times in other places), they offered to take the price off the final bill.
The rest of the food was excellent and we enjoyed our stay very much.