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Boeuf & Bun 271 Kingston Avenue (Off of Lincoln Pl.) Brooklyn, NY 11213

www.BoeufBun.com

271 Kingston Avenue (Off of Lincoln Pl.)
Brooklyn, NY 11213

(718) 221-8900








SNACKS

B&B Wings- with Creamy horseradish mayo

Crispy Chicken Bites- with Honey dijon and sweet chili

Hand-Cut Truffle Fries- with Truffle aioli and ketchup

Beer Battered Onion Rings- with Jalapeño cilantro aioli

Beef Chili Fries- Hand cut fries, beef chili, fresh jalapenos, cilantro, fried egg, with truffle aioli

Pulled Beef Puffy Tacos- Purple cabbage slaw, pico-de-gallo, radish, scallion, crushed cashew topped with jalapeño cilantro aioli

House “Bacon” Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers- Beer battered jalepeno, stuffed with seasoned beef, wrapped in house cured beef “bacon”, w/tangy apricot dipping sauce and garlic mayo

Pastrami Flatbread- Sautéed mushrooms, sautéed onions, garlic confit, sundried tomatoes, arugula, navel pastrami, w/russian dressing & garlic mayo

Pastrami Eggrolls- Eggroll duo w/BBQ ranch and sweet chili


SALADS

Boeuf & No Bun- Any burger served on a bed of lettuce, tomato & cucumber, w/vinaigrette & sauce that tops chosen burger

Garden Salad (Proteins added)- Lettuce, tomato, cucumber, purple cabbage, white cabbage, pickles & radish with vinaigrette

 

ARTISANAL BURGERS

Classic Boeuf- Lettuce, tomato, pickles, sautéed maple onions, ketchup, mustard

Morning Scramble- Fried egg, house cured beef “bacon”, sautéed mushrooms, potato sticks, creamy horseradish mayo

New Yorker- Navel pastrami, white cabbage slaw, pickles, horseradish mustard

Down South- Slow cooked BBQ pulled beef, purple cabbage slaw, fried pickles, BBQ sauce

Chilin Burger- Beef chili, hand-cut fries, spanish onion

Bahh Bahh Burger- Fresh ground lamb patty, lettuce, tomato, olive tapenade, cumin garlic aioli

Upstream Burger- Fresh ground salmon patty, lettuce, pickles, pickled red onions, lemon dill mayo

Chicken "BLT"- Choice of ground chicken patty or chicken breast, house cured beef "bacon", lettuce, tomato, chipotle sundried tomato aioli

Bondi Burger (An Australian Classic)- Grilled pineapple, lettuce, tomato, sweet pickled beets, B&B sauce

Veg Out- House veggie burger, sweet pickled beets, lettuce, tomato, alfalfa sprouts, fresh cilantro and truffle aioli

 

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information about Boeuf & Bun
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
CHK Crown Heights Beis Din

Hours
Sunday - Thursday:
12PM-11PM
Saturday: 1 hour after shabbat until 12 am

Cuisine: American / Burgers / BBQ
Avg. Check: $25-$40
Attire: Casual Neat

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: No
Open for Pesach: No

NOW OFFERING DELIVERY TO THE FOLLOWING ZIP CODES : 11203, 11213, 11215, 11225 and 11238 Delivery available from 12PM-7PM *For larger orders outside these zip codes please speak with manager.

RESERVATIONS Not Taken
CREDIT CARDS All Major


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ABOUT Boeuf & Bun

When Chef and Owner Tzemach Woolstone opened Boeuf & Bun in Janaury of 2015, he had one goal in mind: to bring a totally new kosher dining experience to Brooklyn, NY. Despite the culinary advancements made in New York in recent years, there was still a gaping hole where fine dining should have met comfort and convenience. Boeuf & Bun has thankfully closed that gap. The shabby-chic décor of Boeuf & Bun, with the exposed brick and wood walls, cement floors, and pops of bright blue, allows for a more relaxed environment where diners can feel at ease enjoying top-notch food.


The name of the restaurant implies the comfortable contradiction that is Boeuf & Bun – the elegant sounding French word for “beef” paired with “bun,” a simple word for something elemental to human survival – connotes an upscale, fine dining experience, coupled with down to earth service, ambiance and pricing. The simplistic feel of the restaurant certainly does not mean that they compromise on taste. Start off your meal with the Beef Chili Fries or the B&B wings, perfectly crispy and saucy at the same time. Their ten artisanal burgers are, of course, the star of the show. Try the Morning Scramble, a beef patty with sautéed mushrooms, potato sticks, fried egg and house cursed beef “bacon” for a real treat. The Bondi Burger, an Australian classic that Woolstone brought over from his homeland, is a fantastic blend of savory and sweet with lettuce, tomato, grilled pineapple, pickled beets and Bondi sauce, a Sriracha based Russian dressing. But Boeuf & Bun is not just a burger joint. There are eleven salads on the menu, as every burger can be deconstructed and served as a full salad – “Beouf & No Bun” as they cleverly call it. The desserts, which include Deconstructed Peanut Butter S’mores and Decadent Fried Oreos, are all homemade and a must-try.


Boeuf & Bun also has an extensive drinks menu, including wines and craft beer from around the US, Spain, Israel and Australia. Boeuf & Bun doesn’t take reservations, but anyone will tell you that the wait is worth it. Well lit with natural light in the day time and romantically dimmed during dinner hours, Boeuf & Bun is the perfect place for any meal, for any occasion.

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Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group: 


Review 4/30/17

Review 4/24/17

Review 12/10/16 (Lee Fisher)

Review 12/8/16 (Byan Epner)

Review 7/2/15 (Danit Cohen Zerykier) 

Review 7/1/15 (Steven Feldman) 

Review 7/1/15 (Sruli Zwick) 

Review 6/7/15 (Devorah Radzik Herstein)  

Review 6/3/15 (Yehoshua Solomo) 

Review 5/26/15

 


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