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Savor and share chef Scott Anderson and Ben Nerenhausen's inventive, culturally influenced cuisine with a superlative emphasis on fresh, local ingredients and inviting flavors. Mistral's bar features an eclectic craft cocktail menu that is both unexpected and attuned to chef Anderson's local and seasonal ethos.
We went here last night as a group of 3. Ambiance is nice. Gets crowded fast, we were lucky to get a table in the bar area that has a separate menu.
Honestly, I know it’s Princeton but the whole “big price, small amount of...More
Met up with college friends here for dinner and drinks. Loved the ambiance, and it had a nice combination of college-aged and older adults (40s) so we didn’t feel out of place. There were some interesting drinks - but not the best I’ve had in...More
Been at this place several times, did it once again last night due to a friend's invite (against my will), just 4 comments;
1- we had a table in an area that work as nice deck -during summer- but they close it with roof to...More
I joined seven other women in celebrating a good friend's birthday. The birthday girl-who is a Princetonian-chose Mistral.
The restaurant is decorated with bare trees which look as if they're bending with the famous Mistral winds of France. There aren't many -just a few strewn...More
Just had dinner at Mistral and loved it. Everything we had was great. We shared a number of bites and small plates. Cauliflower Beignet, Brussel Sprouts, Chicken Liver Mousse on Toasts, Beef Tartare... all delicious. The Mousse was especially delicious. For entrees we tried the...More
Definitely one of my best dining experiences ever. For all tuna lovers out there, the tuna carpaccio was the best. I also fell in love with the Parker rolls. I had the Peking duck for my main entree. I though it was also excellent. The...More
We visited for some pre-dinner Cocktails. Its a small and intimate bar, which was busy but you could still enjoy the conversations from friends. Apparently the restaurant is nice, but we did not get to try it.
It is fine dining place, and I do not think it is dog friendly, since patio is enclosed. However across the parking lot there is a square where you can get food at Witherspoon grill and eat there at the table while your dog... More
It is fine dining place, and I do not think it is dog friendly, since patio is enclosed. However across the parking lot there is a square where you can get food at Witherspoon grill and eat there at the table while your dog is there as well.
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