As usual, outstanding food and service.
Wonderful Food. Great Ambience
Food, service, and ambiance always outstanding! It is truly a neighborhood gem!!
Fantastic! Elk chops are amazing!!!
I've been a patron of Henry's End since the 80's when I lived in Park Slope. Now I live in Westchester and the schlep to Brooklyn is definitely worth it when your final destination is Henry's End.
Wonderful and adventurous food. The waiter helped us choose a perfect wine for our meal!
The staff was very friendly and attentive. And the restaurant, while small, was comfortable and the noise level appropriate.
The food, however, was a disappointment. With the exception of the Elk dish, the New Year's prix fix menu felt like an afterthought, or that perhaps everything was sitting around waiting to be served. It was not as expected given the reputation of the restaurant. Everything was under seasoned, even the kid's meal they brought in error (but that we welcomed for our ten year old). Even the desserts were disappointing. We left feeling we'd spent a good deal for a special meal only to be left regretting the decision.
Neighborhood gem. Creative fare. Good service. Will be back.
Excellent service, including helping with dietary restrictions. Great recommendations from server. Will definitely go back!
Great food., service and ambience We have been enjoying henry’s end since 1978!
Went with friends to the ‘new’ location, especially for the game festival. The food was great, the game charcuterie especially.
Arrived before our reservation and were promptly seated. Excellent martini and cabernet. Started with ostrich potstickers from the wild game menu. They were really enjoyable! Steak au poivre and the duckling special were both excellent. Entree portions were large. Broccoli rabe and fries were good sized sides. Acoustics were tough but would prefer that to a restuarant without ambiance.
First visit. We’re in Brooklyn regularly and will Def be-back. Our server is excellent - very knowledgeable about wines. Enormously helpful. I believe her name is.......Madeline (?) I’m great w faces but crap at recalling names.
food was tasty, although a little overpriced. the room is lovely and the service is friendly, although we had to call them over a bit too often. cocktails were good, but nothing was special or excellent.
We’ve been going to Henry’s End for many years, and the food doesn’t disappoint. The new location has a more open feeling, and the food and service remain very good. The turtle soup is excellent. The Faroe Island Moroccan salmon was delicious, as was the walnut crusted chicken. My only critique is that most of the dishes are not served with a vegetable or rice, as before, and the plating needs work. More attractive plating would bump this up to five stars
Personal service. Great food friendly staff. Eclectic menu.. love this place!
Henry's End has long been a favorite in Brooklyn Heights and still is. The new space is smaller, but the food and service remain first-rate and the ambiance very pleasant. I won't call the restaurant quiet, but we could hear ourselves without shouting -- a rarity these days. And we could read the menu and see our food without a flashlight. Always happy to go back.
It was a first for me and my companion. I can understand why it’s a local favorite. We shared the pan roasted vegetables as an appetizer. They were perfectly roasted and just tender with a tasty light glaze. As a main course we ordered the lamb bedded on mashed potatoes. The lamb was perfect with just enough BBQ sauce.
The finale was the chocolate hazel nut cake. Nothing disappointed and the variety of unusal game choices on the menu was refreshing.
Always terrific food and great service. Our go-to place. Everyone we have brought here loves it.
We have been customers here for thirty years. The food is always excellent and of good value. However, the small new space is even more uncomfortable than the old space. But the food is worth the squashiness.
Wonderful food, attentive, friendly service. Consistently great.
We’ve eaten here the last three Thanksgivings and all the entrees we’ve tried have been excellent. Highly recommended any time of the year.
We arrived into Brooklyn late the evening before Thanksgiving. They were having a special with wild game choices. Had the pheasant and pate. Delicious! Felt like we were family. Will return again.
I’ve been going to Henry’s End since I was a kid. Phase I of this year’s food festival did not disappoint. The venison bourguignon was incredible and was the ample wine list. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys or wants to try wild game or just wants good good all around.
This is by far one of the best restaurants in the city. The food and service is consistently good. Never any surprises...always good!
New space has no ambiance. They brought out appetizers, entree and dessert in less than an hour. You couldn’t relax or enjoy the meal. The food and service wasn’t as good as it was the last three years and we go the same time each year.
Once again, Henry’s End delivered consistently great service and food. They may have moved down a block from the original location but they have brought their traditions, menu and commitment to making your dining experience thoroughly enjoyable. I only hope they stick around as long as I live in Brooklyn- and I have no immediate plans to leave.
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Was really surprised when we showed up at 8:15 for our 8:30 reservation and were told : "We dont have room for you to even stand and wait inside". However, I sure am glad that we braved the cold for 15 minutes!
The steak my partner had was perfectly cooked and amazing. The tuna steak I had was cooked perfectly and melted in my mouth! Even the sides were fantastic (How do you make simple spinach sauteed with garlic and olive oil unbelievable? - I don't know - but they did).
Can't wait to go back here on my next trip to NYC. Make reservations, show up on time and really really enjoy the food and the service. A very small place, but very well done!
We have been eating at Henry's End for over 30 years and it never disappoints.
The food was excellent and unique. Cozy atmosphere.
We've had a privilege and honor to dine at Henry's End for over ten years and were very excited to try out the new space since they moved! As always, the quality of service and food is top notch. I'm feeling very nostalgic for the old space so take this review with a grain of salt - as with anything in life, nothing can last forever, and change is inevitable! So that said, the new space is more modern, and offers a bar with seating, which is a nice upgrade. The ambiance isn't what it used to be, but again, I'm feeing nostalgic. It was a fun night and we were glad we tried our old favorite in their new home. Never disappointed with the level of service and food.
Food continues to be of excellent quality. Due to it’s small nature, restaurant is very noisy
Highly recommend this restaurant to anyone wanting great food, wonderful game when in season and great service.
This is a staple of excellence.
I have never had a bad meal at Henry's End. Their service is always spot on as well. I highly recommend this place.
Food is always good here. We had a minor issue with the service, the waiter took my plate away while I was still eating, I still had some venison meat on the plate and I had a mouthful of food I couldn’t tell him to put the plate back. He was rushing the meal along un-necessarily. The dish costs $43 so for him to take it away before I was done was a little unnerving. I didnt want to make a scene so I just didnt say anything.
i remember the old henrys end space. i dont like the noise at the new space. i have been twice to the new location. it is really too noisy. i can hear everyone's conversation except the person at my table.
the tables are crowded together. the food is great and the people working there are great. i wish they could do something about the noise level.