The seafoof here is fresh and tasty, the staff are nice and welcoming and the service is really good. check out their HH
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Great bistro. Amazing cheesy goodness with the raclette. And in typical Belgian and French bistro tradition, great seafood and amazing fries. Desserts got it done. Love the space, so transportive
Hadn't been to Brasserie Beck in a number of years. A cold December night seemed just like the right time to have some warming brasserie food and, for that reason, I'm glad we went to Brasserie Beck. The food was quite good and well prepared....More
Fantastic restaurant, the aroma captured my attention as soon as we arrived. The meals are hearty, large and the service quite good. Seating was off to the side, but BB looked to have a great bar supplemented with a few high tops. the duck and...More
We have been to this restaurant a number of times and decided to go for Thanksgiving dinner this year which was a reasonably price fixed meal with plenty of options. We have never been disappointed here by either the food, the service, or the decor....More
Trip Advisor needs a "good" in between "average" and "very good."Holiday lunch for 6. Took quite a while for the table's 2 dozen oyster appetizer. One medium steak was rare but since they cut it up before serving wasn't possible to send back -- not...More
A prior visit was ruined by exceedingly poor service, including extreme delays in service and rude treatment for our group of 14. This time, while there was a delay, the manager, Adam, handled it very differently in acknowledging the delays and offering a gracious option....More
Nice restaurant, really good food, especially the mussels but the other choices also. I personally prefer just fries with no additions, but they were good. Great winelist, beers are too expensive however.
You won't find any higher-quality mussels in DC than at Brasserie Beck. All varieties are superb, but the veal bolognese are my favorites!