Fantastic menu and unique style. Small and intimate, you should make reservations. Great day trip from St. Louis.
An employee went to the restaurant and had a wonderful time. Arif and Chris are wonderful host and food is fantastic. Brenda recommends the African peri-peri. I would recommend anything.........it's all great.
Lunch was great and the homemade bread for the Panini was to die for. Thanks from three ladies from Springfield, MO. on a pleasure trip.
DeeDosch, LaBinnah hasn't served lunches to public for long time now. And, yes, Paninis were great. However, we are not open for lunch currently (except the private events). Thank you, Arif More
My husband and I went for our anniversary and enjoyed ourselves abundantly. The food and atmosphere were wonderful. It is something so different and unexpected in Hannibal. Looking forward to going again.
twinmom40, Here at LaBinnah Bistro, we strive to make your visit with us as memorable as possible. I'm glad we were able to deliver that experience. Thank you very much! Arif More
Hannibal,Missouri was once a thriving Mississippi River town and, of course, the boyhood home of Mark Twain. Little is left of the industry that put Hannibal on the map and Mark Twain's legacy is just about all that makes this town an attraction - that and LaBinnah Bistro. Step inside the Bistro and you are someplace unexpected; another place and... More
QueenMomWessels, What an amazing review. We do care about our guests' feedbacks. This means a lot to us. Merci beaucoup! Arif More
My husband and I have been to Labinnah 5 times and every time we go it is such a great experience... We have brought our children also on a couple of the occasions they have an option to sit outside during the warmer months which was perfect for the kids. The food is some of the best we have had... More
Kudosfrom Chicago, We are very pleased to hear about your trips to Hannibal, MO just to dine at our restaurant. I hope you get to do some sight seeing while you are visiting. Also, please visit the Hannibal Visitors Bureau's website (Trip Advisor doesn't let direct links to the website) to see upcoming events. You will find more reasons to... More
First lets start with my complaint... we visited on a Saturday night in late January and called ahead for reservations. Unfortunately that was the night a local company chose to have their holiday party at the same restaurant (the place only seats 28 people total so it was packed) they were so loud and obnoxious my wife and I could... More
baracuda74, First of all, I would like to apologize for the party being held at LaBinnah during your visit. I suggested your reservation at 5pm and the party was not going to start until 6:30 pm. I estimated your dinner would be close to be done by the time they arrived, but it wasn't. I was wrong and I apologize... More
My husband and I drive about an hour and a half just to eat dinner here. The food is incredible and the service is personal. We visit at least 6 times a year (not enough as far as I'm concerned) and are never dissapointed. They remember us every time we visit (they remember what we like, don't like, what was... More
Jonathan, Thank you very much for an amazing review. It is always fun to have you folks here. I hope you are keeping all warm and safe in this weather! Sincerely, Arif More
Delightful food, courteous service and quaint atmosphere make for a wonderful experience! We had a party of six including grandpa, a teenager and our four year old daughter and we found something for everyone. It was difficult to make a single choice on the menu, because there were so many appealing options to choose from! While there was understandably no... More
Jonathan W., We are very glad that we were able to meet your needs for your 4 year old and for the rest of your family. Also, thank you for the compliment that LaBinnah measures up to the L.A. restaurants. Hope to see you on your next visit to the area. Regards, Arif More
You would never hope to find an intimate world class restaurant on a quiet side street in Hannibal, Missouri. But this bistro, named after a local 19th century social club (Mark Twain was a member), transports you from the insular and narrow - to a world citizen experience. The old Victorian house, the walls packed with art and images from... More
Luke, This is an amazing review. Thank you very much for taking your time and writing such a detailed feedback. Also, thank you for the picture attachments to your review as well. Regards, Arif More
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