First visit here with friends for an early Sunday dinner. We were the first ones in the door and were greeted by a friendly hostess/server. I enjoyed my meal here at Le Bistro with one complaint: the bread. I have been to Paris and know what French bread or a baguette tastes like. The bread they served was warm, but it wasn't a baguette nor was it very good. Not sure why they serve that.
That aside, the mushroom soup was creamy and with big chunks of mushrooms. Very good. I had the beef tenderloin for my entrée. It was cooked perfectly and served over a potato pancake and the same mushroom soup. Not the best color for a sauce, but it was still tasty.
I didn't have dessert, but my friends enjoyed theirs.
Not a cheap place to eat, but good food.