We had breakfast here every day and loved the food. Pancakes were amazing and the Moroccan scrambled eggs were great too.
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Five Leaves is incredible, exactly what I expect from a weekend brunch. The place was busy but manageable. I never mind busy - that means the food is good. We had ricotta pancakes that were out of this world. I am still thinking about them....More
Nice place with friendly staff! Gets super busy sometimes. The food was really nice. Ordered the breakfast option which was great: hash browns, thick bacon, scrambled eggs (10/10) etc. Girlfriend ordered something called a Moroccan something....which was also really nice. Definitely would go here again....More
Cute venue and location. The food here is absolutely stunning. The black kale salad with mint, yogurt, pine nuts and salted lemon ..... Fabulous!
This restaurant was planned by the legend that is Heath Ledger before his death and his family subsequently released money from his estate to open 5 Leaves. So being an Australian and fan of Health of course I had to come for a bite when...More
This place was recommended by the hotel and overall the food was ok but not worth the price paid, even for NYC. Selections were slim, but we only ate there for breakfast so I can't comment on their dinner menu. Waitstaff was not committal but...More
Everything was delicious including the swordfish and salmon. I wanted something light and ordered the veggie burger. It had a nice char on it and was very tasty! The cocktails are also wonderful!
My sister and I came during the “in between” menu hours (4:30pm). We both got the veggie burger and while we both usually never finish a restaurant meal, it was so good there was nothing left! This is a real veggie burger that is basically...More
We only had drinks here but the service was good and the drinks were interesting and tasty. It feels a little pretentious, but that's just the neighborhood. It was pretty small so I imagine it fills up fast at dinner time, but it had a...More
Another cute spot in Greenpoint. In another antiquated space that could easily transfer to the French Quarter. (you too, Achilles Heel!) Sidewalk tables set up, but we ate inside. Bright, charming bar/restaurant. Rickety chairs. Tiny round table. My kind of place! Food was tasty. Burgers...More