Pot au Feu
French BasicsSolid menu, solid dining experience - not memorable. The staff is very amiable and the service was terrific. The food was predictable, well made but nothing to rave about. As with many French brasseries, this was French comfort food. Too many menu choices perhaps doesn't allow the chef to create anything magical. But I am sure this is an eatery that will serve you well over extended visits. Good wine list would be improved with more by-the-glass offerings. I am unsure of other French options and if there aren't any then this is worth going to.5/11/2013 12:00:00 AMGreat food and serviceGreat atmosphere.
Homemade dressings, fresh baked French bread right out of the oven. Our meals were perfectly cooked and delicious. Service was excellent.
Wonderful dining experience and I look forward to going back.4/27/2013 12:00:00 AMParty of 5. Very cozy diningParty of 5. Very cozy dining room with great atmosphere and brick walls. Romantics will enjoy. Great place for a date.
Started with small salads and delicious homemade dressings that come with each meal. Fresh baked French bread right out of the oven and still warm is passed out by servers and is yummy. Really enjoyed it with the salad. All 5 of our meals were perfectly cooked and tasted delicious. There is a nice wine selection and full bar. The service was excellent. Our server was very attentive and polite. Our water glasses never went empty.
It was a wonderful dining experience and I look forward to the next time.4/20/2013 12:00:00 AMA taste of France in ProvidencePot au Feu is a lovely friendly bistro type restaurant with a terrific menu of foods quite reminiscent of what one would find in provincial France. The cassoulet was amazing. Bob Burke, the owner and host, goes out of his way to make diners comfortable and has a terrific knowledge of French cooking and wines. Just outside the doors begins a marked walking trtail of historic Providence, which was Bob's brainchild.3/26/2013 12:00:00 AM