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Oct 3, 2006 05:43 PM

Best Brooklyn Prix Fixe?

It's too often that I forget about the wonders of the prix-fixe dinner. Would love to get out more in Brooklyn and try some new places, but I don't want to break the bank. What's your vote for best Brooklyn Prix Fixe?

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  1. Chestnut on Smith Street - 3 courses for $25 and you can chose from almost the entire normal menu. Tues-Thurs it is offered - I think.

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    1. re: chow_gal

      Agreed. And, 360 and Five Front also have very nice prix fixe meals. I believe that Five Front is only during certain weekdays.

    2. Another vote for Chestnut - I just ate there with my mom the other day, mom is VERY picky and is always changing her orders, sending things back, asking a million questions and generally being a real pain in the you-know-what at restaurants. Well, she LOVED Chestnut. She did not have one single complaint from the bread to the dessert - this never happens. The service was impeccable, they could not have been nicer or more accomodating.

      1. Saul - any night but Saturday - 3 courses for $30.00 pp. Hard to beat for this very high quality of food preparation.

        1. Chestnuts great Prix Fixe is Tuesday and Wednesday only. Also I think that Garden Cafe still has its prix fixe Tuesday to Thursday.

          1. one other good prix fixe deal is at Chance (Smith Street at Butler). They have a daily $17 3 course and a $26 3 course--each menu has 2 choices per course. Their food is very good and the prix fixe are an excellent value.