Soigne: Contemporary, Seasonal Eats

My quest for food often brings me to the 5th and 7th Avenues in Park Slope; however, this “South Slope” 6th Avenue gem caught my attention with its thoughtfully cooked food.

I’ve had the pleasure of dining at Soigne twice now and I plan to visit many more times. Before we get into the food, I’d like to call out the impeccable service we experienced . We did not crane our necks once for our server nor did any question go unanswered. Okay – on to the food.

Okay, I lied. One more thing before the food. Soigne has an extensive wine list. For $14, you can enjoy a wine flight featuring three 3 oz. pours with unique personality profiles. This was a hit at the table, as pictured below! I admittedly chose the “juicy and round” flight because the name made me giggle, but it was deliciously refreshing throughout the meal.

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Wine flights for all. Don’t worry the baby stuck to his bottle 😉

Moving through our meal, some notable dishes included the wild mushroom risotto and a succulent beef tenderloin. The risotto was creamy and light, containing a mix of marscapone, parmigiano reggiano and white truffle for only 18 bucks. I found this to be a relatively affordable, decadent option. Don’t get me wrong the entrees were sumptuous, but Soigne has a way with its side dishes. The beef tenderloin was paired with bone marrow roasted potatoes and a rich sunchoke creamed spinach.

Even though I was full to the brim, I didn’t want the meal to end. My dessert of choice was quite satisfying – a light ricotta cheesecake topped with tangy Meyer lemon curd, lemon-thyme crumble and a sweet blackberry merlot sauce.

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Wild Mushroom Risotto 
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Beef Tenderloin with Sunchoke Creamed Spinach
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Ricotta Cheesecake 

BrklynHospitality’s Quick and Dirty: 4.5/5. Soigne means carefully or elegantly done. This restaurant embodies that. Delightfully well-executed dishes do not disappoint. I returned on Mother’s Day for a prix-fixe brunch and I would recommend giving dinner a shot first. Soigne is great for groups, but also has a warm, intimate interior suitable for date night. Even though we had an adorable, well-behaved 1-year-old with us, I would recommend visiting with your girlfriends or your partner. Enjoy! 

Pro tip: Complimentary treats may be offered with your meal :).

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Soigne Restaurant & Wine Bar
486 6th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sharena Johnson says:

    So giving me something to look forward to when I visit New York!!!!

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    1. Hi Sharena,

      Definitely check this place out! If you need more recommendations for your trip, feel free to reach out through the Contact Me form.

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