Stopped in for lunch the day after Christmas. Upon entering, the first thing that grabs you is the décor. A very pleasant combination of loft and urban cool with a pleasant brick and gray palette with a back wall filled with bottles of wine. You feel relaxed the moment you sit down. We started off with the baked escargot in Pernod garlic butter ($11). Served piping hot in the appropriate escargot heavy dish, it was both delicate and understated calling out for the crusty baguette to be used as an extra implement. Our second course consisted of the house ground natural black angus burger on a toasted brioche bun with hand cut frites ($11) and the Bistrot steak in red wine sauce ($15). All were extremely well prepared and as tasty as could be. While we weren't able to dine at Le Bistrot de Vignes in Paris this year, Bistro Bobette sure transported us back to the 16th arr. in Paris. We will surely return, both to Paris and Bistro Bobette.
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