This small restaurant is in the Park Slope neighborhood. The service was very friendly and attentive and the food was very flavorful and well presented. We asked for a second basket of the homemade bread it ws that good.
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My wife and I just moved into the neighborhood and decided to try out this restaurant for dinner. We did the 3-course prix-fixe market menu, with the wine pairing. It was a great deal for the price! Three courses and three glasses of wine each...More
This is a small local restaurant in Park Slope where we LOVED brunch. Ample serving, reasonable prices and just a wonderful vibe. Service was with a smile. We enjoyed sitting out on a warm Saturday morning.
Been at Rose Water for a mini couple's night - and realized we should come more often.We both chose the prix fixe menu with wine pairing, albeit different options for each course. Everything was prepared and presented very skillfully, the chicken liver pate was excellent....More
Small local restaurant in Park Slope with superlative tasting food. The portions are small by American standards, but perfect for a multi-course meal. All four diners cleared starters and mains without a scrap left on the plate. Those who had dessert also ate everything put...More
If you're looking for a great brunch, look no further than Rose Water. From enjoying the cozy space to the last sip of your coffee, this place delivers every single time. I like to enjoy the afternoon having some coffee, enjoying a great assortment of...More
It is smaller than you think so you want to make a reservation. The food is good and elegant and a nice sort of European quantity, no doggy bags needed. We've been here a couple of times and the quality is consistently high. Weekend brunches...More
Although Rose Water had been in Park Slope for decades we only recently tried it for weekend brunch. One very appealing factor is they open early which accommodates the early risers in our family and gets us ahead of the rush. On the two occasions...More
The wait might put you off but it's worth it! Had the lamb chilli followed by pancakes, both brilliantly done, well presented and yum! Portion sizes are European, so little goes to waste! Do recommend and will visit again when in Brooklyn.
Rose Water has a charmingly green al fresco dining area but it was a tad warm to eat outside. Our meal was everything we were hoping to have. It was local food freshly prepared, NOT microwaved, boxed, off the truck. Heritage tomatoes, chilled corn and...More