My wife and I eat here frequently and occasionally bring out of town guests for a pleasant - but not too pretentious - lunch or dinner. In winter they light up a centrally positioned gas fire that makes the nearby tables the places to be. In summer there is a shaded outdoor dining area and bar that is worth choosing instead. Inside space is at a premium with many tables close together though well angled to maintain some privacy. There is also a dine-at bar and alcove with high tables and stools. The wait staff is young and fairly knowledgeable, menus change on a monthly basis and prices are reasonable - around $50 for two having only main courses and drinks. Though the sauces, meats and salads are tasty we have noticed a tendency over the years to keep the prices stable by employing more carbohydrates (e.g. breads, pastas) to bulk up some dishes. The Bistro is not alone in following such a trend and, thankfully, they haven't sacrificed taste so I can't really complain. In any event the most recent menu offered a chicken and vegetable combination that hit the spot for me. Overall this is a reliable standby that well merits a visit if you haven't tired it yet.
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