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.
Private Party Contact:
Restaurant Manager : (617)451-1900x7055
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
Had the City Brunch at Cafe Fleuri locat ...
Had the City Brunch at Cafe Fleuri located in the Langham Boston hotel. It was wonderful. The service was friendly and professional and the food quality was terrific. Plenty of options to justify the $75 per person price. My favorite Brunch is down at the Breakers in Palm Beach; however, the City Brunch at the Langham is a close second.
We went to the Saturday chocolate bar. I ...
We went to the Saturday chocolate bar. It's been on my bucket list for years, so it came to mind when thinking where to meet my daughter for her birthday. There was a lot of variety and I liked that portions of each individual item was small. It made it easier to try a lot of different things without getting too full or being too wasteful. The sraff was friendly aND attentive. While a bit pricey at $45 per person, before tax and tip, I'd definitely recommend for a special occasion or just because.
Such a fun afternoon. The girls loved th ...
Such a fun afternoon. The girls loved the chocolate fountain The moms really enjoyed the crepes. Overwhelming at first but then once settled in so much fun deciding which chocolate dessert to choose next. Our waiter was excellent hot coffee every time we returned from the chocolate bar. Would make this a yearly event.
Cafe Fleuri is a great spot for a seriou ...
Cafe Fleuri is a great spot for a serious business lunch. Tables are not crowded together, service in unobtrusive, good food choices including some nice healthy options, and creative use of local ingredients.
We had a two hour lunch and never felt rushed.
I eat at high-end restaurants and object ...
I eat at high-end restaurants and objectively, the Christmas brunch was terrible. The food was nothing more than what you'd expect at a casino buffet. 110 per person and it was not worth it. Nothing was delicious and everything was substandard. Rugs are dirty to the point of needing replacement. Chairs the same way. Really, this was awful. Anyone who states otherwise doesn't know good food.
I was not impressed. A group of nine of ...
I was not impressed. A group of nine of us went and spent $85 a person. I expected high quality food and seafood . The food was just ok. The raw bar included shrimp , crab, sushi. It was hard to open the crab without a nut cracker :( . None were offered . We had 1pm reservations , but by 220pm , many items were not replenished quick enough . The brunch needed at 3pm. I just thought they did not want to replenish the items . I would not recommend this brunch to anyone . A waste of your money .
not sure why the 10th of December you ja ...
not sure why the 10th of December you jacked up the cost of the chocolate buffet $15.00 each.
the elf was old but ok and Santa was a joke !! he never said a word... handing out 3 cent candy canes when the buffet was $60.00 each. over all a nice treat.
The food and service was fantastic. The ...
The food and service was fantastic. The setting was very drab, effectively like a cafeteria or an undecorated restaurant. The tables appeared cheap and chipped. The Langham hotel where this is situated is gorgeous and the Bond bar / restaurant in the same hotel proves what this could be. If they fix the ambiance, this would be a solid 5 star spot.
Our group form Brazil visited Boston for ...
Our group form Brazil visited Boston for the first time and I had received excellent referrals about the restaurant. It was MORE THAN PERFECT!! We chose the lunch menu and everyone was pleased! I got the BEST LOBSTER MAC & CHEESE of my life! The group chose hamburgers, lobster roll and salads - all excellent!
We loved the ambience, the delicious chocolate smell (next time we will go for the chocolate Bar) and I enjoyed so very much everything that had decided to go back again for Christmas. Coming from NY! Yes! Because you guys were amazing! Thank you so very much! All the group loved the experience! Sending my compliments to everyone! Keep up with the great job!
We went to the fabled Saturday Holiday C ...
We went to the fabled Saturday Holiday Chocolate Bar - an amazing, decadent selection of sweets. We timed our visit after a mid-morning brunch. Our servers were attentive, genuine, and great with the kids (of which there were lots of, all hopped-up on sugar). There was a jazz band and Santa for pictures to boot! Definitely an experience we will remember!
This was our third Thanksgiving at Cafe ...
This was our third Thanksgiving at Cafe Fleuri. As before, some things were very good, some were bland at best. Preparing a vast feast for a large public audience is a challenge and no doubt the cooks didn't want to make things too well seasoned for majority tastes. That said, we tried many different dishes. The best dessert was the simplest, ice cream, while others were gummy. We've enjoyed it each time but thought last year it was expensive at $85. This year, at $110, it was over the limit and we won't be going there again for T-day.
I brought my daughter and her friends fo ...
I brought my daughter and her friends for an overnight stay at the Langham and a Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in back in November, having been to the Sunday brunch before and knowing how great it was.
I had scheduled the brunch early since we wanted to shop after, not realizing that the 9:30 timeslot was the breakfast brunch only. When my daughter realized this, she seemed very disappointed. My waitress noticed, and took immediate action to talk with her manager to switch us to the later full Sunday brunch with live music, only charging us for the Full Brunch and the breakfast meals my daughter and her friends ate, even though they consumed quite a bit of food already!
This move by her could not have been a more thoughtful, generous and special gesture. We were able to go out "Teen shopping" with full stomachs, then came back for the full brunch and music several hours later!
My daughter and her friends were thrilled and (uncharacteristically for teenagers), hugely appreciative and grateful. It is no exaggeration to say that it saved my 16th birthday gift for my daughter. We all had such a wonderful experience with both the meals and the overnight stay, and learned something about the kindness of strangers (no longer!) in the process. Even one of the moms said this trip was an adventure my daughter will remember and talk about the rest of her life, and I think that statement is especially true because of how your restaurant staff handled the change of reservations.
Thank you again, and Merry Christmas!
December 23, 2016
10th wedding anniversary trip to the Cho ...
10th wedding anniversary trip to the Chocolate Bar, and brought the kids!! Great experience. A little pricey, like most "all you can eat" if you can't eat a lot. Great variety, great ambiance w/ the jazz band going. Loud and excited people in attendance. I assume this is how "expensive" desserts taste, because it didn't have the same deep chocolate/sugary taste of your average pie/cake/fudge. Very creative selections, wide range of chocolate and non-chocolate options. I love chocolate, so that's mostly what I stuck to. Nothing was amazingly great that I got seconds of. Maybe would have had another Chocolate Chunk Cookie, they were warm and delicious. I think it was $40 a head, better value is probably $30, though including our kids ate free, came to about $20 a head. So maybe not that bad of a deal for us.
Chocolate bar: quite unremarkable. I've ...
Chocolate bar: quite unremarkable. I've been to the chocolate bar several few times over a number of years and the conclusion is that the concept is interesting, but the chocolate options are not. It's produced in mass quantities so lower your expectations if you think you're going to have out of this world chocolate. I sampled about half of the options and nothing was remarkable or memorable; all of it was standard fare chocolate. It looks good, but taste? Just so-so. I was especially disappointed in the gluten free cupcakes: dry and tasted like sand paper. We sat on the side of the restaurant where the chocolate options are located and the space seems to be designed for large groups (think baby shower/girls brunch out, etc.) We sat next to one of those large groups and, eventually, moved away. The service was fine; though, they didn't do much. It is worth the cost? Probably not, but it's something different to do.
Second time for our party of 12 attendin ...
Second time for our party of 12 attending the Chocolate Bar Buffet (last visit 3 years ago).
The selection of small size and unique chocolate desserts was amazing and creative.
However, for $58 per person (included 18% tip and "administrative service fee $21----whats that????!!! No one mentioned it when I made reservations). This price did not include alcohol -- we felt the value was overpriced for the amount of sweets that one really ate.
The chocolate fountain was delicious and high quality...most all desserts were excellent.
Some of the cake type pastries were spongy/dry and milk was room temp.
We had a 1:30 reservation and felt rushed as they close promptly at 3.
The ambiance, the variety, the attention ...
The ambiance, the variety, the attention to detail and excellent service all added up to be a wonderful way to spend an afternoon with friends - three grown women giggling like little girls over the indulgence of a meal of chocolate. Pure bliss!
The brunch is great. Really good food. A ...
The brunch is great. Really good food. Amazing dishes of every kind. Many unique ingredients, a member of the nightshade family ive never seen (like a tomato), muhrooms, truffles, great meats local (and good! cheeses) great seafood, amazing deserts (candied violets, rosewater panna cotta) Local grapes (not even advertised as local necessarily, but very much like the concord wild variety)
The set up for seating was awful. Our ta ...
The set up for seating was awful. Our table was across from the stairs. We felt like
we were in the hallway being punished. The food choices were many some selections were better than others. Sorry, not worth the price.
Cesar salad with chicken, not a major ch ...
Cesar salad with chicken, not a major challenge for any restaurant, and an Arnold Palmer (just fine) was $29, expensive and not particularly good. The ambiance is pleasant but the food is disappointing-overall not good value.
I was very disappointed that I could not ...
I was very disappointed that I could not order off the menu and was forced to buy the chocolate bar before I was allowed to order any "food." I made this appointment to have a wonderful lunch, not a dessert/insulin rush, weeks earlier. I would have made an appt for the Tea had I wanted exclusively sugar for my lunch. I came across the country for this special lunch and I do not remember the reservation saying it would be a chocolate bar lunch. Don't get me wrong, it was wonderful, and my hats off to the chef, but I ended up ordering actual FOOD after eating the chocolate, and not only was it very expensive, it was not a pleasant experience, gastronomically, afterwards. I have not eaten that much sugar in a loooooong time, maybe years.
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