About Café Sebastienne
One of Kansas City's premier restaurants, Café Sebastienne combines the worlds of contemporary art & contemporary cuisine in the heart of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Chef Jennifer Maloney utilizes the season's offerings & local organic produce in her creative menus.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday: 11:00am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Thursday - Friday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm, Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Please visit www.kemperart.org for Musician's schedule.
Please call for details.
Bus/Metro - 45th & Main
Private Party Facilities:
Please call or visit www.kemperart.org for details.
Private Party Contact:
Betty Kindler: 816-797-1544
Banquet, Beer, Cafe, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Café Sebastienne Ratings and Reviews
This was our first dinner at Cafe Sebast ...
This was our first dinner at Cafe Sebastian & the food was just amazing!!!!! There happened to be live music in the lobby that evening & it just added to the wonderful ambience. We love visiting the Kemper and now we have another reason to visit.
Tucked within the Kemper Museum surround ...
Tucked within the Kemper Museum surrounded by a beautiful tree-lined neighborhood is Café Sebastienne with its mod white and chrome decor, attentive and courteous staff, and excellent food! This is a "do-over" destination for everyday and special occasions.
The food is excellent, we had a group of ...
The food is excellent, we had a group of 6 and all of us had great brunch options. Eggs were fluffy in the omelet, the Benedict was perfectly done and fresh. The frittata was a flavorful dish and an impressive presentation. The chocolate zucchini bread was also delicious, you only need a few bites.
The service left something to be desired. We waited a long time to get drinks, and then an even longer time to order. We actually wondered if our server was still there it had been so long. Our food came and we weren't checked on and then our bills got mixed up at the end. Pretty space, service is slow and parking is tough, not a must return in my book
We celebrated a birthday with a Saturday ...
We celebrated a birthday with a Saturday lunch. We had made reservations, were seated promptly and served promptly. Our waiter was friendly and efficient. The food was attractive, delicious and nicely proportioned. We enjoyed quiet conversation and observed others also pleasantly interactive.
We had a group of 7 for brunch and every ...
We had a group of 7 for brunch and everyone's meal was excellent. The ribeye was perfectly cooked and delicious and worthy of sharing all the way around the table. The Grouper was also perfectly cooked and delightedly spicy and wonderful. Service was excellent and the ambiance cannot be beat!
We ate in the large dining area. It was ...
We ate in the large dining area. It was nice and sunny but kind of plain. Since we were a table of 5 we could not sit in the little room with all the wonderful art. Our waiter was pleasant and helped us with our menu choices. Lunch was "out of this world" delicious! The presentation was exciting too! We all raved about our delightful meal. I can't wait to return!
Café Sebastienne may well be my favorite ...
Café Sebastienne may well be my favorite restaurant in Kansas City! From the dart-lined walls of the dining room to the excellent service and simply superb food, it offers a dining experience that simply can't be beat! Chef Jennifer Maloney's offerings change weekly as dictated by what's seasonal and fresh. An example: the lobster risotto my husband and I enjoyed as an appetizer was embellished with fresh tomatoes, basil and corn. I would recommend Café Sebastienne without hesitation. You won't be disappointed!
I hesitate to keep praising this place b ...
I hesitate to keep praising this place because I don't want it to become so popular that it will be hard to get a table there. However, I also don't want it to not keep operating because of low demand. It deserves more patronage than it seems to be getting. The food is always excellent, the service attentive and the atmosphere unique. Perhaps its the location, but it seldom seems crowded. So, I hope more people go there but don't tell all their friends about it, just tell the few who would appreciate what a special place this is.
A great place for lunch with friends fro ...
A great place for lunch with friends from out of the city. The lunch trio is my favorite and Jennifer Maloney has great seasonable soups and salads but my favorite is always the sandwich. Always good never a disappointment
This is a lovely place for brunch. The portions are large and the food is very good. My only quibble is that it is listed as having terrace dining: actually it is an atrium, which is pleasant and a little more all weather, but not what I expected.
Brunch was recommended when we ate there ...
Brunch was recommended when we ate there for dinner. We weren't disappointed. The scones were scrumptious that even my gluten avoidant husband had 2. Frittata and beef hash were both nicely done - eggs not over cooked.! The museum opens at 10am and the Cafe at 11am and an hour is more than enough time to look at the whole collection.
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