Pascal and Sabine, Asbury Park, NJ:
A Restaurant Review

Pascal and Sabine, Asbury Park, NJ
Pascal and Sabine
601 Bangs Ave
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
(732) 774-339
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Restaurant Highlights

Fare: French

Price: Expensive

Food Quality: 2 1/2 Stars

Service: 2 Stars

Decor: 3 Stars

Overall Rating: 2 1/2 Stars

Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = Poor to Four stars = Best in Class

Eclectic food with an upscale French Brasserie ambiance.

Can get to be very loud during the later hours on weekend evenings.

Value:  Fair - Good

Noise Level:  Moderate -High

Dress: Casual

Recommended For: Diners who enjoy upscale ambiance in a Trendy, energetic setting with well prepared contemporary French cuisine

Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who prefer a low key BYOB with a traditional French menu

Recommended dishes: When available, For breakfast, The Chocolate Croissants and the Croque Madame: For lunch, The Duck Confit w/ Mesculin Salad and French Fries; and for Dinner; The Coq au Vin w/ Chicken stewed in Red Wine, mushrooms, bacon and potato roest: and The Duck Leg Confit, w/ seared duck breast, Swiss chard & fingerling potatoes.

Liquor: Full service, vibrant bar with a good selection of beers and specialty cocktails



Restaurant Review

Pascal and Sabine is a popular Asbury Park restaurant for millenials and one of the top French brasseries in Monmouth County for ambiance.

This is one of the four Asbury Park restaurants owned by the Smith group, who currently own the popular Porta, Brickwall Tavern, and the Annex.

Pascal and Sabine is an upscale version of a French/European Brasserie where dining patrons come to enjoy quality, simply prepared food, and high end drinks in an atmosphere of elegance.

The interior is eclectic and elegant with an ambiance that is apt to be found in NYC. There is seating for 80 in the dining room, 18 more at the main circular bar (with no TV's) and 20 additional seats in the lounge area, which features a round espresso bar and a salon menu.

The decor is rich in its use of colors, fabrics, wood, mirrored/exposed brick walls and soft lighting, There are cave-like banquettes, artwork of Paolo Ventura, and to enhance the feeling of being in Paris, there is French pop music playing in the background.

There is also a bakery bar with a back entrance for those seeking a fresh baguette to go. Fresh bread is baked daily on the premises.

They serve an excellent Brunch on Saturday & Sunday.

During the warmer months there is outdoor sidewalk seating

Pascal and Sabine is open Monday - Thursday: 4:00 pm - 11:00pm; Friday: 4:00 pm - 2:00 am, Saturday: 11:00 am - 2:00 am & Sunday: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm

Free valet parking is available on Friday and Saturdays.

(updated: December, 2016)


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