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Review of Rebecca's Bistro

Rebecca's Bistro
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Soups
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Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast
Description: Rebecca's Bistro is a proud TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017! Rebecca's serves breakfast from 8:00-10:30, and lunch from 10:30-3:00. The lunch menu includes salads, hearty sandwiches, savory soups, quiches, and delightful desserts. The lunch menu is limited in offerings, but changes weekly to provide customers with a variety of dining options. Rebecca insists on quality ingredients and uses locally grown, seasonal, fresh fruits and vegetables.The breakfast menu includes omelets, stuffed French toast, and the local favorite - creamed eggs over toast. If a specialty drink is what you are looking for, Rebecca's Bistro has a variety of espresso drinks, teas, and fruit smoothies.
Reviewed October 24, 2012

We met the actual owner, Rebecca, and one can see why her restaurant is gourmet classy but very reasonable. She is a lovely, friendly lady who one can tell enjoys serving up delicious food with a touch unlike any other . The Pumpkin Soup was to die for!!!

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Reviewed October 13, 2012

I love the Cafe Burger (served on a pretzel roll) and the Chicken, Corn Chowder. The daily Tomato Bisque is a little too sweet for my liking. You can't go wrong picking most of Rebecca's soups--they are delicious! The carrot cake is great too!

Thank FeroHoCo
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Reviewed October 6, 2012

The food, the atmosphere, the decor, everything about this place is simply outstanding. I have visited on several occasions and I tell everyone that has ears about Rebecca's! The tomato soup alone is worth the four hour car ride! The grilled cheese on cranberry walnut bread is highly recommended as well. I usually stay at the Amish Door Inn located in Wilmot when staying over night but I make a point of taking the 20 minute drive to Rebecca's to feast on those creamed eggs for breakfast! Staff is very pleasant and efficient. On every occasion that I have visited, the owner has left the kitchen to personally greet every diner. What a lovely touch!

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Thank NatashaMichigan
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Reviewed September 30, 2012

Sweet, small, quaint bistro with AMAZING food. Went there for breakfast (most amazing home-made rye bread) and lunch (try the pear salad!)

1  Thank Danielle S
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Reviewed September 15, 2012

My sisters and I eat here several times a year. The Tomato Basil and the Spinach, Mushroom Quiche are favorites of mine. There is often a wait, but it well worth the time. There needs to be more parking, that is the one thing I dislike as my Mom walks with a cane and is hard to find parking close. If you are visiting Walnut Creek Rebecca,s is a great place for lunch !!

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Thank Norma T
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