Stopped in to pick up a couple of cinnamon rolls as we were advised to do by a local. While talking to the counter person, I saw they had a red pepper bisque. Not having had it before, I tried a cup. Do yourself a favor and try it, too. You will thank me.
We saw the menu for that night and after driving around, decide to stop back in there for dinner. Now, this place doesn't look like much and it only seats about thirty or forty people, but the chef takes great pride in his creations. They apparently only serve what they can get fresh, and John knows how to season his meals to maximize the taste without overpowering the palate. I had a "10 ounce boneless pork chop" according to the menu, but I would swear it was almost a pound of meat. My wife requested the whitefish, and was equally pleased. We were asked if we wanted any desert, but we had to decline: there was just no room left!
We will be back in that area again this fall. Medina's Bistro will be one place I will definitely be revisiting.