The exciting twenty-eight seat restaurant d’floret is a modern elegantly-lit stage, featuring an open kitchen and adjoining dining room that exhibit the chef’s dual passions: Foy’s paintings and culinary mastery. The space is accented by a floor-to- ceiling Black Walnut Nakashima panel, lighting by Ayala Serfaty, the Israeli artist, with Arnie Jacobsen modern Classic chairs, finishing the sleek warm welcoming room. Please note, due to high demand and limited seating, in addition to online holds we require diners call the restaurant to reconfirm your by 12pm day of, or it will not be honored.
The service was great, staff very friendly. Food was delicious the tuna special was amazing, it was a different flavor with each bite. Great for special occasions.
This is a small restaurant where you can see the open kitchen and its very accomplished chef from every table in the house. The menu is small but diverse enough to have something to please everyone. I had mushroom crepes followed by scallops on a bed of pureed parsnips. The three other guests at my table had the sauteed gnocchi and the rack of lamb. Everything was beautifully plated and tasted delicious. The four of us look forward to returning to d’floret the next time we are in the area to attend a play at the Bucks County Playhouse.
Excellent food and service!
My husband had the steak which is always phenomenal (aged for 24 days) and large! I had the most excellent halibut ever.... I am NOT a fish eater however i knew that i would love it here and i did love it! Estella's new mushroom crepe is quite delicious......i usually get soup or a salad but since she said that it was a new item on the menu i decided to try it! glad i did! And we hardly ever order dessert but how can you pass up the most delicious apple pie/ice cream in bucks! mmmmm!
Wonderful, flavorful, creative food. A terrific gem.
Dinner at D’Floret is fantastic. The food is creative and delicious. Sitting in the back courtyards is a treat.
Best meal I have had in NJ in a long time. I can't believe this place has been there for six years and we hadn't tried it until last week-end. Bread, crepes, deserts and the langoustine in a crust were amazing. I definite "don't miss" place.
It was the best meal I’ve ever had! I’m definitely going back again and again.
Amazing food. Best part of it is that it is organic and locally grown.
The food was exceptional. Tables nicely separated. Service was attentive. A small bistro sized facility. A restaurant worth multiple visits.
One concern is that food came out very quickly
If not for the long drive to get there, we’d dine at D’floret or Cafe Loret more often. Although we tend to gravitate to menu selections that have become our favorites, this past visit showed that the heeding the advice of the hostess is a great idea. While the crab appetizer is tops, the recommended tortellini and mushroom crepe appetizers were great selections. My wife can’t stray from the scallop main course. For me it’s almost always the rack of lamb, both the best we’ve ever had. We will probably go to Cafe Loret next time. What a pleasure having two great restaurants to choose from.
This is a wonderful little restaurant, perhaps the best in the area. A short walk from the center of Lambertville, it’s well worth finding.
New choice in Lambertville. Nice menu and very nice desserts. Attentive service. It is quit small 28 seats so can be noisy. It is BYOB. It only takes cash or check which is unusual in this day and age. We will visit again.
Utterly charming...service was wonderful, food was delicious, and ambience was delightful.
Love this restaurant. The service is excellent. The food is delicious. We’ve been here many times. Very consistent.
Four of us enjoyed a fabulous meal last night at d'floret. Lovely little spot in Lambertville, NJ. We have always enjoyed Dennis Foy's restaurants but this one is at the top of our list. We were greeted by Estella who took care of us all evening. She lovingly speaks of the dishes and made fabulous recommendations. Sauteed crab tian to start, Gateau de lagoustines and Profiteroles all made to perfection. I will be dreaming about this meal for a long time.
Chef Foy and his wife, Estella, are a great team. Estella’s warm, friendly greeting set a welcoming tone for a delightful dining experience. Our evening started off with creamed mushroom soup; perhaps the best we’ve ever experienced. My husband enjoyed one of the evening’s specials: a very generous portion of superbly prepared ahi tuna impeccably garnished with a medley of vegetables. My seared day boat scallops with warm Tuscan bean salad, fennel and garlic rosemary was a perfect marriage. No meal is complete without dessert. The warm apple pie with walnuts and vanilla ice cream was a great finale’.
This is a hidden gem of a restaurant. Truly fine cuisine, by a skilled French trained chef. We highly recommend that if you are in the area, you not miss the opportunity to dine here.
AMAZING food and beyond wonderful owners. Highly recommend! Hidden Gem! 10/10
Absolutely love this place it’s spectacular on all levels
Small restaurant, so very crowded which also added to the noise level. Food was very good. Hubby had tuna, which wasn’t the best tuna steak he has had. A lot of fat in it. Appetizers and dessert were fabulous.
Wonderful experience and evening.
D'floret is not a pretty restaurant, but it is small and intimate. The hostess is gracious and kind. The first sign of trouble was that the olive oil sitting at our table was rancid. I did not have the heart to bring this up before our meal even began, so we just avoided using it. Too bad, because the bread was good. Believe me, I know my olive oil and I certainly know when it is rancid.
We had a few very delicious dishes. The crab cakes and the gnocchi were great, and the haricot verts were also very good. The lettuce salad, which was supposed to have chopped herbs, had no herbs that we could detect and was no more than mixed greens from a bag. We really disliked the mushroom crepe, which had a strange flavor. Overall, there was too much cream and not enough fresh vegetables. So, I would say that the food was uneven. We had apple pie for dessert, and while the flavor was good, the bottom crust was soft and soggy. I say, with all humility, that my own apple pie is better by a mile, and I am not a professional cook.
I would recommend d'floret to a friend, but only with strict instructions about what to get and what to avoid.
GREAT dinner the specials were amazing. This is one of our favorite restaurant and the owners are so nice. It is cute little bistro.
This was a really interesting dining experience. Very small restaurant, only 24 seats the night that we went, and there is the open kitchen. The interior has a huge light fixture and some interesting art, I'd say it was cozy and comfortable. My vantage point from my table was directly at the fridge, so it could have been better, but overall a pretty cool ambiance. The food was OK, solidly good but nothing special and some dishes were a bit on the bland side (especially my small side of very overcooked vegetables) , but I think for the price it was not worth it. It is also billed as a french restaurant, I would consider it New American as nothing on the menu stood out to me as french (Tortellini, Crab cake, Sirloin Steak) there weren't many sauces, cheese or creams used and the seasonings were fairly standard. If you have some extra $ to blow and want to check it out it is worth a night out, otherwise pick somewhere else in Lambertville.
Review is based on a PP cost of $75 including tip. No drinks and only 1 dessert shared between 2 people.
I would say try it once for the food and you decide.
Overall food was very good not great. We shared the pasta bolognese for an appetizer. This was made with fresh made pasta (which was just okay). This was good but there was too much sauce and not enough pasta. I felt it should have been the opposite. We had the Lamb chops and Tuna for entrees. Both very good no complaints. Quality of the food was very good but the preparation was simple. Something an average cook can do at home. Again I come back to the price point because at the price it should be special, something you wouldnt do at home.
Atmosphere. There is non unless you enjoying eating in someones kitchen. My biggest complaint here is our reservation was 8pm which was the last seating and after all guest appeared to be fed and while we were eating desert the kitchen took the opportunity to start cleaning up. This created a lot of smoke, noise and smell. I left with a bad smell in my nose, This was totally uncalled for at this price point.
Service was good. Not rushed or not too slow. They pretty much allow for 2 hours a seating which is perfect.
A Valentine’s Day to perfection! Food was impeccable. Service the same. Quite possibly the best Valentine’s Day dinner of all time.
We have dined here a number of times, and also at Cafe Loret in Red Bank. At first, we were reluctant to dine at one vs the other knowing that Chef Foy can't be in two places at once, but he's done a masterful job assuring that you needn't be concerned in that regard. The scallops are so amazing that it's difficult to make another selection, but the same can be said about the rack of lamb and steak (and probably every other dish, though I can't speak from first hand experience). We rarely stray from the crab appetizer, also a standout, but I tried the mushroom crepe with shaved truffles this time and am glad that I did. Delicious. For dessert, the Chocolate Royale is stellar; among the best desserts that I've ever had. The chef's wife is a most gracious and well-informed hostess and so proud of her husband's talent.
Why did it take me so long to go to this small slice of heaven in Lambertville. Delicious French food in a cozy romantic dining room next to the open kitchen. Add warm, knowledgeable service and you have a charming and memorable night out. It’s BYOB so it’s also a great value.
This is an unassuming little place, a block off the main road through Lambertville. Very few tables, barely separated from a small kitchen, but ... DAMN do they know what they’re doing. Mushroom soup, tortellini, gnocchi, scallops, all perfect. Highly recommended.
Great food .Very rare nowadays to find food that is fresh and prepared with perfect attention to detail these people have found the secret. my scallops were the best I have ever eaten and my wife's salmon was amazing. We will be visiting this restaurant many times in the future.
Wonderful host and amazing food.
The food was extraordinary, service was attentive and we enjoyed the evening.
A quiet small restaurant with excellent food. We were there New Years eve and the menu was not restricted.
A table at d’Floret on a Saturday night. Life is good!
A meal created by an incredibly talented chef surrounded by walls covered his outstanding works of art, and hosted by the most friendly and professional matre ‘d.
The gnocchi were the freshest, most tender I’ve ever eaten. The crab Tian is exactly that - crab. And, the tortellini in truffle cream sauce was divine. Follow those starters with succulent lamb chops prepared rare - tender beyond compare.
Dessert - Tahitian vanilla creme brûlée, or crisp apple pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Or, any other dessert choice would satisfy your sweet tooth, and perfectly complete your fantastic dining experience.
We love this place! Such amazing food. Small, quiet, intimate, lovely.
Can’t wait to try the new place in Red Bank!
Food was excellent. Service was outstanding. Owner was very accommodating. BYOB. Restaurant is very small so you need reservations.
A go to favorite it rarely disappoints. There was a recent change to the chicken main dish and I prefer the older recipe but it's important for restaurants to change up their offerings. The green bean salad was one of the best I have ever had.
A lovely, small, chef-owned and operated bistro. Food is excellent, and, unlike so many restaurants, the room is conducive to quiet, civilized conversation. That’s a find!