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Brooklyn's Best Restaurants: As if "hiding in plain sight," this haute cuisine tasting table is tucked inside a large grocery store on an unassuming block of Boerum Hill. The 18-seat, stainless steel counter in a horseshoe shape encourages communal dining while overlooking the open kitchen of Chef Cesar Ramirez, who trained with David Bouley. The 15-plus course tasting menu changes daily and is inspired by Japanese cuisine prepared with French techniques. The menu is heavily tipped toward seafood, both raw fish and shellfish. Featured are classical wines of Europe with bottle prices starting at $55 and exceeding $8,000. The prix-fixe tasting menus start at $306 per person, before tax, tip or wine. A "bucket list" place if ever there was one.

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Local Expert Maria Lisella Says:

Brooklyn's Best Restaurants: "Your best bet for a reservation at one of the two or three nightly seatings at Chef's Table is to call at exactly 10:30 am, six weeks before your desired dinner date. Good night and luck, gourmet traveler."

Best for Brooklyn's Best Restaurants Because: Cesar Ramirez's fine-dining 18-seat counter retains its three-star Michelin rating for the fifth year in a row.

Main Menu

Cafe Menu
Main
Soups
Gourmet Salads
Artisan Sandwiches
Main Courses

Catering Menu

Vegetarian
Vegetarian - Warm
Seafood
Seafood - Warm
Poultry, Meat And Game
Poultry, Meat And Game - Warm
Vegetables
Potatoes
Brooklyn Fare Signatures
Vegetable Entrée Salads
Seafood And Chicken Entrée Salads
Platters
Lunch Boxes
Sandwich Platters
Artisan Sandwiches
Breakfast - Buffet Style

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