Brasserie Ten Ten

(303) 998-1010 | View Website

1011 Walnut St, Boulder, CO | Directions   80302

40.016686 -105.282067

Open Hours

Monday To Friday From 11:00 AM To 10:00 PM Saturday From 09:00 AM To 11:00 PM Sunday From 09:00 AM To 10:00 PM

 
Restaurants, French, $$$  more

Tags: Happy Hour, Local Favorite, Notable Wine List, People Watching

Payment Methods: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Central Boulder, Downtown

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Brasserie Ten Ten
Menu
French Onion Gratinée, Bisque De Tomate, Oatmeal, Frites, Granola and Yogurt, Beignets, Brie Chauffe, Oven Baked Biscuits, Tartare De Boeuf, Jambon and Gruyere Cheese Crepes... more

Reviews for Brasserie Ten Ten

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great Food but Pricey! – The food and service was excellent but the menu was pricey!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

The best restaurant in America for 'Happy Hour' delights – WHY DID YOU OMIT MY LONG PREVIOUS REVIEW???

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Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Delicious food, Exquisite service, THE place to go in Boulder – Brasserie Ten Ten - is a TEN. The food (French / Mediterraean) is to-die-for, with a wide slection from oysters to artisan cheese to coc au vin to crepes. The Saturday & Sunday brunch is equally as wonderful as their dinner menu - with a wide variety of choices. And BTT has one of the best Happy Hours around with hearty Bouchee "bites" from $1 - $5 and beers and wines for $3.

Don't miss these:

Brunch - B&B (buttermilk biscuits smothered in sausage gravy), brique poulet, salad nicoise and the eggs Florentine with salmon.

Happy Hour - French nachos, tempura fried asparagus, petite French dip, Chesapeake oysters ($1 each!) and the mussels in an amazing broth.

Dinner - fruits de mer, plats du jour, the filet and anything from the daily specials.

You can't go wrong here. Oh, and the service - impeccable.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Nice decor, good food – I went to Bresserie ten ten for the bastille day celebration, which was great. They had a live band playing nice layed back music. They had street side crepes for $1! I got the ham and greuyere which was drizzled with balsalmic vin. and it was deliscious. This is a classy place, but they are friendly and inviting and not too serious. I would reccomend comming in not looking too layed back though, because you will feel out of place.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Almost perfect – The instant I walked in the door I thought to myself, "Oh, boy" here comes the wait. The place was absolutely packed. I barely got my name out to the Hostess and she immediately finished my reservation confirmation and sat us at our table. It only got better from there. We (group of 4) had a spectacular evening. Our waiter was courteous and attentive. The food some of the best I've had. Flat Iron steaks, Veal Roast and Lamb Chops all scrumptious. Do not pass on the home made chips drizzled with a Roquefort cheese sauce. We never did make it to dessert, sorry. The wine list wasn't anything special, but the prices were reasonable for a restaurant. The only down side was the noise, but after awhile we got in the groove with the rambunctiousness of it all and just enjoyed ourselves.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Good Food, Great Service, Good Price – I went with my wife to this restaurant yesterday night. They have great French food for a very good price. And the service was very good as well; You can tell that management spent time training their waiters/waitresses on how to deliver a good and consistent service. I recommend this restaurant. By the way, we had the soupe a loignon gratinee (French Onion Soupe) and coq au vin.

Recommends
over a year ago

Situated within the Pearl Street Mall, this upscale bistro offers uniquely prepared French cuisine. – In Short
The softly lit interior feels sumptuous, with dark woods, comfortable booths and windows looking toward the Flatirons. People crowd the bar to enjoy a drink, while chefs move deftly through the open kitchen. Starters include fresh mussels simmering in white-wine broth, covered in pommes frites; crispy oysters Rockefeller; or smooth ahi tartare with garlicky olive tapenade. Entrees include juicy New York strip glazed in balsamic vinegar, seared sea scallops and tender rosemary-crusted chicken.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Long Waits – I have been to Brasserie Ten Ten on numerous occasions--lunch, breakfast, dinner. I have never had a bad experience, the service is good and the food is very good. However, I ususally find that the wait is quite long on the weekends (sometimes 2 hours). Arrive early if you want to enjoy your evening.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

A good evening turned into a great night! – I went here looking for a romantic date with my girlfriend, and was very pleased with the restaurant. The ambience in the dining room was very romantic. We were seated very promptly as I had made reservations although the restaurant was not that busy on that particular night. The service was very good and helpful with questions that we had.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great food, great value, fabulous staff – We started with calamari and pate appetizers, which were very delicious and pretty big in portions. I had mussels with frites (which were very delicious and crunchy) and finished with crème bullet (three different flavors, espresso flavor was especially interesting, combination of sweetness and bitterness). Staff was fabulous. My daughter dropped fork on the floor twice, the waiter immediately gave her a replacement. I went to the restroom, when I came back I found nicely folded napkin on my chair, cute:) Plates were changed immediately. The atmosphere is very casual but at the same time romantic too. I would say it is OK to bring your child to the Ten Ten. They have great children's menu. Ten Ten is my number one French restaurant in Boulder.

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