We learned about Bistro de Paris in 2011 from another diver. He raved about the French onion soup. We ate lunch there that very day (actually sat near the diver and his wife), I ordered the French Onion and my husband John the fish soup which Patrice, the owner and chef, complemented with a handmade aioli (garlic and mayo mixture) when John requested it. We returned three days in a row for seconds and thirds!! This year we found Patrice and staff relocated to a nicer building with great air conditioning on the marina just north of downtown. The French onion didn't disappoint but Patrice had dropped the fish soup in favor of a mediterranean soup that didn't replace John's fond memory. But, he found a a new favorite in the chevre brule (crisped goat cheese) salad with a honey and thyme dressing. Our fish was beautifully prepared and we shared a rich chocolate mousse for dessert. The staff was very welcoming and took good care of us. Patrice greets his guests with gusto and mingles with them during the evening, making a very intimate and pleasant atmosphere.
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