Charming building. Wonderful menu. Wine list. Nice taps plus bottle selections. The olive dish was wonderful.
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Our family ate lunch there after church and enjoyed a great meal with friendly, fast and attentive service. Even our discerning 26-year old was very complimentary. We will definitely come back!
New management has lead to new focus. The staff is knowledgeable, attentive and friendly and the menu does not disappoint.
My wife and I joined a wedding party here for a post-wedding brunch. The restaurant is cozy and comfortable with a very clean/modern look to it. The food choices were great, especially with some good vegetarian options for my wife. The quality of the food...More
My husband and I had a long travel day flying out early from San Francisco to Milwaukee via a connecting flight and then facing a 2 hour drive on an empty stomach. We decided to try Belfre because it was a relatively easy on/off from...More
We attended a private party and, after 45 years in the corporate world attending these types of things with the drinks and appetizers I was expecting good but not this. It was fantastic. Great service and gourmet finger food. The drinks were equally as professionally...More
Fun Saturday brunch menu. I ordered the vegetable hash with poached eggs which was very good. The owner/manager (?) was at our table and got weirdly and passionately political about restrooms and gender assumptions when my mom asked where the restrooms were... Made me pretty...More
Yesterday, we had lunch there. I had the lamb sausage soup and my wife had one of the salads with chicken. We really enjoyed the entrees. They were well prepared and presented. We definitely will go back. It will be nice if they put some...More
Came in Saturday night and was extremely disappointed. It was our 3rd time dining at Belfre. The menu keeps getting smaller and smaller, and the staff keeps getting worse. We sat outside. The service was extremly slow. We ordered Flatbread as an appetizer, a mediterranean...More
The location of Belfre Kitchen is adjacent to the Lumber Inn. We chose Belfre instead as the Lumber Inn was much busier. And now we know why. We were seated immediately by a friendly hostess, and were given water by a gentleman who ended up...More