Gave this Bistro a try last week for the first time and there were mixt feelings from our small group.
First off, it’s cavernous, as in huge. Multiple levels, back rooms, hidden spaces…this would be great for a corporate event.
The menu is quite extensive and the selection was top notch with things like frog’s legs, escargot, steak and frites…just like one might expect in the French countryside.
We had frog legs, escargot and bread, (yes, bread listed as a starter) to begin and except for the bread, meh. The escargot was bland and the frog legs were a little lean and stringy, but the vegetable beignets and sauce, made up for it.
Our entrees were house salad with chicken and the rockfish and we thought they were very good. Nice portion size, good mix of flavours and lovely presentation.
My only beef was the pour on a $17.00 glass of Vaucoupin Chablis which was clearly short. We have the same glasses at home and we filled the glass and measured and compared it with the attached photo and discovered we received ½ of a standard 5-6 ounce standard pour. I should have spoken up at the time, but didn’t. Future patrons…be aware!