The chef behind this 12-seat restaurant in Central Harlem intended it to feel like dining in someone’s home. Belle Harlem’s dinner menu feels similarly intimate, with just a handful of small plates, large plates and desserts on offer. Still, regular visitors likely won’t get bored: The menu changes frequently, as Belle Harlem sources seasonal ingredients from both local vendors and its rooftop garden. You might share plates of mac-and-cheese spring rolls with bacon marmalade ($18), elote tacos with tempura vegetables ($14), buttermilk fried chicken with lemon-ricotta waffles ($18), filet mignon with charred cream leeks and lollipop kale ($40) and sauteed lamb chops with chickpeas and tzatziki ($35). For dessert, you might want to try the Trifling Ho-Ho with passionfruit mousse, almond-amaretto crunch, brandy-soaked cherries and urfa biber chocolate cake or Peaches and Blueberries with rosemary-infused peaches, blueberry-elderflower sorbet and orange candied walnuts (each $14).
As we only have 12 seats and limited hours of operation we kindly request that you arrive on time and spend a maximum of 90 minutes dining with us so that other guests can experience our food and hospitality as well. We look forward to serving you! Belle Harlem requires a credit card at booking. Provided you arrive within 15 minutes of and/or cancel 48 hours prior to your scheduled reservation your card will not be charged.
Established in 2016. Harlem resident Chef Darryl Burnette has opened "Belle Harlem," a new restaurant that will offer "chic comfort food in Harlem" in early 2016. Chef Darryl Burnette trained at The Culinary Institute of America and has worked under such renowned chefs as Marcus Samuelsson, Charlie Palmer, Jean Georges Vongerichten, and Andy D' Amico. He was previously the Chef at 24 Prince, Bergdorf Goodman's BG restaurant.
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2363 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd
|Opening hours:||Tues-Sat 6-10pm, Sun & Mon Closed|
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