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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 with live music and the one-of-its-kind Saturday Chocolate Bar buffet with live music.
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" and Breakfast Buffet 7 am - 10 am with last seating at 9:30 am.
Sunday City Brunch buffet with Live Music: Sunday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm (Open September - June).
Saturday Chocolate Bar buffet with Live Music: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm (Open September-June).
$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.
Private Party Facilities:
Cafe Fleuri can accommodate large size parties in the main dining room and is the perfect place to host a birthday, bachelorette party, bridal shower and more.
Cafe Fleuri also has a private dining room to host your event of up to 60 guests. Building great memories is what we bank on.
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
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.
Best place for a girls afternoon. The Saturday chocolate buffet and lunch is elegant, fun and just darned delicious. The wait staff is amazing (it is at the Langham afterall) and the food is..... is.... so good there just isn't any way to describe it. Go now. Run....
The Chocolate Buffet, on Sat & Sun, is definitely worth the calories. The Café Fleuri, on the second floor of the hotel, has large windows, high ceilings, a 3-piece soft jazz band, and plenty of space to showcase the multitude of desserts and pastries, each unique, all tasting different and artfully decorated. Portions are small but very rich. There is something for kids as well- ice cream bar w/loads of toppings, cotton candy, a cookies & milk bar, a large bowel of popcorn, absolutely delicious hand made potato chips and the milk chocolate fountain w/ fruit dippers. There were countless chocolate creations strategically place everywhere. The line for the homemade crepes-plain or chocolate -w/your choice of fillings and slash of liqueur, was the only time I had to wait. The wait staff were friendly, helpful and professional. There were vegan choices as well. Everything I ate was tasty, and I only sampled half the selections before surrendering my fork. People were clearly enjoying themselves. Willy Wonka would be proud.
Like others I saw this on television and was skeptical, this was my first time in Boston on a Saturday and I made time to go to see for myself. I have been to many expensive fancy and themed brunches that were highlighted by grabby people, sub par food and poor service. However this was the COMPLETE OPPOSITE so I was beyond pleased. I was beyond impressed with my entire experience and now want to try the Sunday brunch. The amount of people seated was perfect for the space . There was plenty of room and you never felt crowded grabbing from the different tables. Also the tables are at the perfect height for people who use wheelchairs. The proximity to seating is great for other adaptive equipment. You don't have far to walk and you will not wait in a long line while you venture down a single table. The natural light and view of the park across the street was a plus. The live and recorded jazz added to the experience and the theme of the 5 senses of chocolate. The ice cream and crepe stations had zero wait when I was there from 11:30 to 1:00. There is ample space to move around and plenty of deserts and salty snacks. The service was also amazing as the wait staff picked up the used plates and added water and coffee without asking. Every desert I had was good. I enjoyed both the milk and dark chocolate creme brulees the best. The jalapeno and rose water ones were interesting and the coconut pudding was also exceptionally good. Everything on the buffet is worth sampling even the cotton candy. There also were a few other free drink options including coffee, hot chocolate (chocolate soup) hot apple cider, cold milk and tap water (for an added cost the craft cocktails looked interesting). As for the cost I think it was beyond fair consider the cost of eating out in Boston. If you go to any restaurant you will pay between $5 and $15 for dessert and here you get to try as many as you want. Please be sure to check this place out in the future.
We had Easter brunch at Cafe Fleuri this year. When we first arrived, we asked the hostess to take a picture of us. She refused and told us to ask our waitress. There were five or six hostesses that day so it was not as if she would be leaving the hostess station unattended. She also sat us directly next to a drink station at the back of a pretty empty room. I had to ask to be moved, which they did accommodate. The food was good and our kids loved seeing the Easter bunny. However, the service was really terrible. No one coming by to refill our drinks or ask if we needed anything. For $110 a person, this was truly awful and I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. I even now question The Langham, which I have stayed at numerous times. I will be staying elsewhere from now on.
Best place in Boston for Easter Brunch! The food (endless choices and fabulous chocolate fountain and desert bar), decor (bunny ice sculpture with flowers frozen within), and live jazz music were all superb! The balloon animals for the kids were amazing and the Easter bunny was adorable. Best of all, the coffee was excellent!
The day has passed for Cafe Fleuri. I really wanted to like this place. It's reputation for the go to brunch spot in Boston is legendary, but it's worn out. Walking up the stairs, it's hard not to notice the threadbare and worn carpeting . I dismissed this as minor little blemish. When seated at our table, I was surprised to see a table cloth with small holes. Everything seemed so worn out. For $75/person, I guess I was expecting crisp linens and a more refined table service. No one dresses up anymore to go out, such a shame. Food was very good, but not outstanding. Pasta station servings were cold, even after a few minutes in the skillets. Seafood cakes were bland. Prime rib was raw. I'll pass next time.
We celebrated my son's 10th birthday at the chocolate buffet this past Saturday. It was great! So many chocolate things to choose from as well as crepes, ice cream, donuts, chips and popcorn that was great for my non chocolate loving younger son. Service was great and the live music was fun! Definitely recommend!
Cafe Fleuri's Sunday Brunch was everything and more than what we expected. We went for my mom's 80th birthday and it was just awesome from start to finish. The food was delicious - everything you could imagine was available, hot and always plenty of it. Lee, our waiter was fantastic! He was attentive in an unobtrusive way. He even brought over a plate of birthday sweets lighted candle and all! Can't wait to go back!
Went to the chocolate bar, it was an awesome experience. Everything and anything you can think of was there, well worth the trip. The place was packed but there was never an issue getting to any of the tables or specialty areas such as the ice cream bar and crepe station. It was fantastic, highly recommend it.
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