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We had dinner there before seeing a play at the Center Stage. I go to France every year but enjoyed our dinner. The menu has all the standard Americanized French items, but with the proper expectation, I really enjoyed our dinner. Starting from entree, plait...More
My wife and I came here with a group of about a dozen or so friends. This was my first time at Marie Louise and I was impressed with the variety of offerings on the menu and the unpretentious atmosphere. We started with a glass...More
My son and I stopped in for a late lunch on a Thursday. He had the New York strip and fries. I had the salmon with butter sauce, rice, and fries. The strip was 12 oz, was cooked perfectly, and had good flavor. My salmon...More
This was my first dining experience in Marie Louise Bistro. The first look at the restaurant set up does not give you a good feeling. despite the name bistro, and typical bistro chairs, there is very little Frenchness captures your attention. This is unfortunate because...More
A small group of college teachers wanted to celebrate the retirement of a colleague and first we had to find a time that worked for as many as possible. Then we had to settle on an agreeable and convenient restaurant. Bistro Marie Louise is about...More
It's pleasant enough to sit in this restaurant. But the food is not good. Coq au vin didn't even resemble the dish; salmon carpaccio is just a few slices of unappealing smoked salmon. OK place perhaps for dessert (we didn't try). But definitely to be...More
Honestly, the food was flavorless, not what I expect on a french restaurant. The cheesecake and bread was great and the service was good but it seems to be lacking of a good chef that knows how to season scallops and risotto.