In general, I would not recommend dining in museum restaurants except for the convenience. The food tends to be generic and the price high, sometimes extremely high. Bistro Guggenheim is an exception. The prices were very reasonable. And, of the four three course set-price meals that we three were excellent and would warrant a five star rating. Unfortunately, the fourth person did not enjoy her meal, and that is the reason for the four star rating. Although the place was very crowded, and the service perforce a bit rushed, it was very good considering the crush of people.
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