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About Cafe Fleuri
An atrium restaurant featuring a distinctive Mediterranean ambiance. Cafe Fleuri has long been noted for its award-winning Sunday City Brunch buffet and the one-of-its-kind Saturday Chocolate Bar buffet with live music.
Chocolate Bar and Sunday City Brunch runs from September-June.
Boston, MA 02110
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 6:30 am - 2:00 pm.
Saturday and Sunday: 7:00 am - 11:00 am Breakfast "À La Carte"
Breakfast Buffet: 7:00 am - 10:00 am with last seating at 9:30 am.
Chocolate Bar: Every Saturday through June 24. $45 per person
Sunday City Brunch: Every Sunday through June 25. $75 per person
Seating's available for: 11:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm and 1:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
(617) 451-1900 ext. 7125
Live music on Saturday
Live music on Sunday
* Holiday entertainment varies
Street parking available.
Valet Parking as well as Self Parking available at One Post Office Square.
Public Transit: Commuter Rail to South Station; or take the 'T': Red & Green Lines to Park Street or Blue & Orange Lines to State Street.
Please take the commuter Rail to South Station; or take the 'T': Red & Green Lines to Park Street or Blue and Orange Lines to State Street.
Banquet, Cafe, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
*Guarantee Policy: A guaranteed number of guests is required for parties of 10 or more guests 48 hours prior to the event by calling 617-451-1900 x 7125.
*Cancellations for Holidays and Special Events must be made 48 hours prior to the scheduled reservation time. Any cancellations made after this period are subject to a 50% cancellation fee per person (plus the room rental when applicable*). Cancellation is held to the restaurant’s policy and subject to change. Please contact the restaurant if you have questions about this policy. All credit card information will be processed securely.
Cafe Fleuri Ratings and Reviews
Great selection--too many to try--We tried 10 things and that was more than enough.Deserts are more than fabulous--the pastry and chocolate maker is outstanding. It is more than easy to over indulge.The only thing that I would change is the music.. a mixture of jazz or something is too noisy for the setting--Great place
I've been going to the Cafe Fleuri chocolate bar for years now, and honestly I was just a bit disappointed on this visit. It's just not as chocolate-y as it's been in previous years-- there's more focus now on white chocolate and combinations that may incorporate a little chocolate but with more other flavors to offset it. That's not necessarily a bad thing for desserts in general, but for me (an admitted lover of dark chocolate), it makes the menu less a "chocolate bar" and more a "dessert bar."
That being said, it's still a great place to go for a special occasion, because it has the "wow factor" when you first walk in and see the display, and the service is excellent. Maybe not the best value food-wise, but the ambience can't be beat. Kudos to the restaurant for making sure to have their live music (also fun) quieter in volume than in previous years, as it used to be kind of distracting and now is at the perfect level.
Not very many options for vegans, but impressive that there were any at all. The table we were seated in had some pretty ugly chairs, but the service was excellent and the ambiance was great. Despite there being a lot of chocolate faced children, it wasn't loud or crowded. Definitely a special occasion indulgence. You really have to take your time and be choosy about what you eat or you'll fill up very quickly. I think there could be maybe a little more variety in their offerings, say offer some dishes with cocoa or chocolate in them that weren't exactly desserts. But overall it was wonderful and I didn't at all feel misled about what sort of experience I was going to have. There was live classical music throughout the chocolate bar brunch, which contributed to the ambiance.
Took family for Sunday Brunch for Father's Day. Great variety of food from seafood, BBQ, comfort foods, salads, desserts, traditional brunch items, etc. Unfortunately, seafood cakes were dried out, would have been scrumptious otherwise. Prime Rib didn't have much flavor. Servers, and everyone we came into contact with, were genuinely kind and attentive but there were so many people it was hard for them to keep up (i.e. water glass refills, remove used dishes, etc.). Price is high. Used to LV buffets where even greater variety and quality for half the price. Enjoyed the jazz music. Would have preferred to have window view instead of seated in back by service area. Concierge, John Stevens, was exceptionally helpful, professional and considerate in arranging plans.
We went to Cafe Fleuri for their Saturday Chocolate Buffet. It defied the imagination, and delighted the senses. Each delectable edible was clearly described and the buffet was never empty, always replenished from the kitchen. This is definitely a destination event for a couple, a family, for celebrations or cozy time. If you are visiting Boston, this should be a must do. If you live in Boston, thank your lucky stars!
We went to Café Fleuri for the Chocolate Bar. This is my third time going, and it's been delightful every time. The $45 prix fixe is perfect for the Chocolate Bar - it includes the chocolate buffet and unlimited coffee/tea/milk - but the menu of savory options and drinks is a bit on the high side (think $16 cocktails and $20 for a turkey club sandwich). However, you get what you pay for, and the people in our party who ordered sandwiches raved about the quality of the ingredients and the size of the portions (not too big, not too small).
The real star of the show is, of course, the chocolate - the desserts are the perfect size for tasting, and the variety is almost overwhelming. There's a huge variety: traditional small desserts, chocolate soup, a chocolate fountain with multiple fruits and marshmallows for dipping, fresh cookies, crepes, chocolate croissant bread pudding, cotton candy, an ice cream sundae station, brownies, cupcakes, and a good selection of vegan options. There's also popcorn, pretzels, and house-made potato chips for those of us that love the sweet/salty flavor combo. It's a great indulgence that is not to be missed.
The food was cold, overcooked and bland. The manager made us leave because we did not have a "certificate" for our emotional support dog. The manager says that he is familiar with the Americans with Disabilities Act but he clearly is not. The Americans with Disabilities Act does not require persons with disabilities (including emotional/anxiety disorders) to have a prescription, certificate or otherwise outward identification to be protected by the ADA. We are considering contacting an attorney and filing a legal complaint under the Americans with Disabilities Act against Cafe Fleuri. We will never return to this overpriced, overrated, culinary-challenged restaurant.
My wife and I went to the Sunday Brunch. The variety of food was pretty good. We got a reservation for 11 AM and were the first in line at the some of the stations.
If you go, you should definitely try:
The dates and walnut
The sliced duck breast
The clam chowda
The raw bar
The freshly made waffles
To be picky, the slice of prime rib I got at the carving station was dry. My wife got a slice of salmon "Wellington" from another carving station and it was dry too.
If you love desserts, then you gotta check it out too or just wait for the Boston Chocolate Bar events.
Went to Cafe Fleuri for Sunday Brunch to celebrate a college graduation and had a lovely time. We sat in the atrium area and it was sunny and beautiful throughout our stay. Everyone in our group found food that they could rave about. Fresh sushi, pasta, eggs Benedict, antipasto salad, and carved roast beef. The desserts wowed too. Made to order vanilla or chocolate crepes filled with your choice of fruits or other assorted sweets and flambéd. So much food to love at this brunch. We were there for hours. Literally. Go. It's delicious.
The chocolate buffet at Café Fleuri was absolutely amazing! Amazing to the eyes - amazing to the nose (sense of smell) - amazing to the taste.
We were at Café Fleuri as a special weekend get-away. It was worth the trip from Baltimore.
The servers was very friendly. The food was absolutely delicious.
I was very disappointed at how they squeezed in every single table everywhere and we were not in the grand ballroom where they usually would have their brunch. We were seated in the very back corner facing the walls. Also, the selection and quality was not what it used to be but yet the price was over $100 pp!!! Not a good value.
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