This restaurant was a fabulous little find in Seminyak. We'd done the usual Sarong, Metis, Sardine etc. but literally stumbled over this when we noticed the quaint French décor. It is beautifully fitted out in French bistro style with quirky lamps and chandeliers.
As for the food it was fresh and light at very reasonable prices. The menu has tapas style small share dishes which were very good, and both French and local dishes for main courses.
Desserts were okay but nothing special, as is often the case in Bali.
We had a lunch and a dinner at Bistrot and enjoyed both. You do need to book for dinner as they tend to be full at night.
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