A Brooklyn Bistro
Great Food | Great Times
Brooklyn's Oldest and Most Loved Seafood Bistro
Since 1993, Chef Neil has been a Brooklyn icon for fresh seafood and bistro fare. From winning Zagat’s Top-Rated Newcomer for his La Bouillabaisse in 1993 to countless five star reviews for Petite Crevette since, Chef Neil is one of the pioneers who put Brooklyn on the map as a foodie destination.
"Incredible and reasonably-priced seafood joint tucked away in the Columbia Street Waterfront District. I've lived in the neighborhood for four years, and have never had a bad meal here. Cozy atmosphere, gregarious waitstaff, and mostly free of the 2-hour wait times in this part of town on weekends. Cash only, but there are two ATM's nearby. I'm a major fan of the mustard-crusted salmon, the diver sea scallops, salmon paillard, roasted sea bass - all amazing, and come with buttery, perfectly-roasted veggies and mashed potatoes."
- Melissa S, NY NY
"Have been here many many times and it's a gem. Neighborhood vibes - very welcoming, casual, cozy ambience. The food is simple but consistently good. The service is charming and also consistent. Tiny place but they don't rush you. We love it here! Everything on the menu is great but the curry and the mustard salmon are crave worthy! Oh and the infused oil and bread they bring to the table must be laced with crack. I could drink the oil it's that good."
- Le B, Los Angeles
"I had the red snapper special last night, STILL THINKING ABOUT IT! It was beyond delicious, cooked perfectly served with veggies & mashed potatoes. I hope its back on the menu next time we go for dinner."
- Leslie U, Brooklyn NY
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