The Low Down
The Extras: Visit Bouillabaisse 126 just around the corner.
BYOB: If you're walking from the F or G train, pick up wine at Smith and Vine, which has many great bottles for under $10. There is a $5 corkage fee.
Know Before You Go: Petite Crevette is cash-only for now, so be sure to stop at an ATM on the way.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
A Brooklyn favorite for ultra-fresh fish is reborn in Carroll Gardens.
by Justin Hartung at Citysearch
Owner Neil Ganic originally opened Petite Crevette in Brooklyn Heights as the casual little sister to La Bouillabaisse in Brooklyn Heights. After being closed for a few years, both restaurants have relocated to Carrollâ¦
great fresh seafood, service took a while but whos counting
By nicoleblondhart at Citysearch
my only grievance was the long wating time for the meal, about 50 minutes. the sea urchin siveche was heavanly and the red flounder tasted like it... Read More
Very Well-Prepared Seafood in an Unusual Setting
By Nanette K at Insider Pages
Yum. The chef has a way with seafood. The dishes are all classic, straight up and never disappoint. The setting is unusual (a former flower shop... Read More
If you got the time and 2 bottles of wine.....
By Ladiesmantle at Citysearch
It was a wonderful little place for our nite out. We enjoyed the food...its byob and there is a wine shop around the corner with a nice selection. ... Read More
Best French food and Best Seafood in Brooklyn!
By sweets509 at Citysearch
I went there for the first time for an early Friday night dinner. The restaurant itself is very unassuming from the outside and the location is hi... Read More
By Mangiatona at Citysearch
The address listed on this website is incorrect.\r \r 144A Union Street (entrance on Hicks Street)\r Brooklyn, NY 11231\r \r For someone that only ... Read More