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Ranked #45 of 3,585 Restaurants in Boston
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: French, Seafood, Contemporary
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Good for: Romantic, Special Occasion Dining, Business meetings
Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Reservations
Dining style: Fine Dining
Neighbourhood: Seaport District / South Boston Waterfront
Cross street: A Street
Description: Menton, Chef Barbara Lynch's Fort Point fine dining restaurant, is the final concept to complete her Fort Point trifecta and joins neighbors Sportello and Drink. Located in FP3, the AIA award-winning luxury condominium complex, Menton radiates an understated elegance and offers several beautiful spaces to dine including the 60-seat dining room, a 12-seat Chef's Table, and the 45-seat private dining room. The restaurant, a glamorous expression of fine dining, was designed by Cheryl and Jeffrey Katz of C&J Katz and features a subtle palette of grays with touches of silver and black. The cuisine of Menton displays the talent for precision and visual artistry across two seasonal tasting menus and a la carte selections for dinner daily, and a more casual a la carte menu for lunch Monday - Friday.
Reviewed December 3, 2017 via mobile

We really enjoyed dinner at Menton and will definitely be back on a future Boston trip. This is a high class establishment with inevitably prices to match! We went for the a la carte rather than the 8 course set menu as we often find them to be too daunting but I must say that tables within our sight were doing rather well on the full experience so maybe next time! All very positive. Excellent staff. Beautifully prepared food - we both had different fish dishes for main and the cooking and the flavours of the sauces was just right. A beautiful mini croissant was the first bread item and perhaps the only comment I would make is that the rest of the bread didn’t quite match up - maybe if it had been warm? Lovely room. Well spaced tables. A lovely dinner and a memorable experience

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Reviewed November 23, 2017 via mobile

Astounding elements and tastes that are combined to
grab your attention. Please give the plates your look see
and take a moment.
Lamb Tartare is a note able "Pre-Sale'" from Canada. A flash
from old world France. Two amazing pastas with Beef and
Quail came softly and warmly presented. Halibut with
Kale Cream and Caviar. Pears with Crepes.
Pol Roger Brut, Trimbach Riesling Reserve and house Pinot
Blanc by Qupe'. That is true choice of wines by the glass.
French lunch meant a walk and perhaps a nap at a time.
Now it means great food, great room and service. It means the
company of a great friend who just knows. French lunch is
available in many places in the world many not French.
Worth the trip.

Thank David G
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Reviewed November 15, 2017

Not Worth the Time or Money

The first time that I ate at this restaurant--over three years ago--it was amazing: the food was incredible and the service was excellent. In the past few years, the restaurant has lost top management in both its kitchen and service staff. Most recently when I ate at the restaurant, the food was fine--but not worth the price--and the management was horrible. Before writing this review, I sent an email and a letter to the company to tell them of my concerns and I never received a response. If you’re looking for a special night out, you can do better elsewhere.

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Thank 874dlb
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Reviewed November 12, 2017 via mobile

Celebrated my birthday at Menton. The biggest disappointment was the food and wine pairings. There was no flow or sequence to the dishes and the quality was not what it should have been for this class of restaurant my pork was fatty and grisly given the portion size you would think they could find a decent piece. The wine pairing at $135 add on consisted of relatively low end small pours that again did not flow for example we had 2 very sweet wines in the middle of meal. Finally for my birthday desert an olive oil cake. Not what I was looking for. Lespalier in my opinion is a much better experience for the same price.

Thank AngusQ
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Reviewed November 6, 2017

My wife and I were thrilled with the quality and creativeness of the food here. The service was very good as well as the wine selection.

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Thank Ernesto V
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