It was our first time here yesterday and we were pleasantly amazed at the quality of food and excellence of service by the whole staff. Their soup of the day was lentil soup with spinach and chickpeas,etc. My husband ordered the sweet potato and roasted red pepper soup. The chicken crepe I ordered was really good and I was told that it was one of the most popular ones. We finished with desserts and it just hit the spot :) Our overall experience was way better than its sister restaurant, Bistro Narra, in so many ways but of course, the latter was just planted so to speak and not as polished yet as the Apricot Tree. Bistro Narra is still one of the best non-chain, privately owned restaurants in Mississauga, though.
Danzel, our server was friendly, attentive and efficient. We'll be back there again soon!
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