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About Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place
Aquitaine Bistro Legacy Place Dedham builds on the success of Aquitaine Boston and Chestnut Hill. From the sidewalk the golden glow invites passersby to step inside and be transported to a modern Parisian bistro. As servers move diligently among the guests the bar bustles with laughter and conversation while guests enjoy crafted spirits and wine from an eclectic mix of French and American vintners.
Menu items are traditional in nature while continually elevated to new levels using premier techniques and locally sourced ingredients whenever and wherever possible.
Our kitchen prepares all items to order and may easily prepare for vegetarian, gluten-free and allergen free dishes.
We offer lunch/brunch and dinner, a full bar, 120 bottle wine list, curated specialty cocktail list, and a selection of domestic and imported beers on draft and in the bottle.
Semi-private dining for groups as large as 40 people.
During the warmer months, we offer outdoor seating for 40.
Dedham, MA 02026
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday 11:30AM-4:00PM
Brunch: Sunday 10:00AM-4PM
Dinner: Sunday-Thursday 4:00PM-10:00PM, Friday & Saturday 4PM-11PM
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have a public lot within the shopping area. $6 valet parking located just prior to restaurant front door on right.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Available for LUNCH starting at $15/person and Dinner starting at $25/person (both prices exclude alcoholic beverages, tax and tip). We accommodate both semi-private dining and private dining for groups of 10-75 people. Call 781-471-5212 for more info.
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Our award-winning chef and knowledgeable staff will create your perfect event. Signature menu items as well as seasonal favorites will be complimented by uncompromising attention to detail.
Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place Ratings and Reviews
This was my first visit to this restaurant, which is an ideal lunch spot at Legacy Place in Dedham. I definitely will go again. I had the croque monsier sandwich, which was very tasty, though a tad over-grilled. My friend had the soup (minestrone) and sandwich (chicken salad) combo, which she liked. The young man who served us was friendly and efficient.
Veal schnitzel entree was great as was the service,unfortunately bourbon manhattan was over shaken and completely watered down :( should have been stirred, not shaken
Ceasar salad was very bland & lacked any flavor ( fresh garlic & Parm reggiano would have helped)
then post meal Cappuccino was served only warm, not hot.
The food was good and service was excellent. It’s a lovely restaurant. My complaint is that it is way too noisy for conversation. We didn’t stay for dessert because it was just too noisy. I’d have to rule it out for a date or any occasion when you want quiet conversation with your companions.
My advice to the owners and shareholders of this restaurant group is to use better judgement and make better choices when hiring your Legacy Place staff, particularly your "managers" and hostesses. It also behooves you to provide better training and to check in regularly and monitor how your restaurant is being run. It is obvious that your "management" staff really can't be bothered and obviously should not be in the service industry when they are rude, curt, hostile and unprofessional. (No offense to some of the courteous waiters and waitresses we have had in the past before yesterday - this doesn't apply to them). In this case, the management victory dance we witnessed yesterday is warranted because they got their wish - we will not return and we will stick to Legal C Bar for our regular and frequent meals out.
Overall very nice....As usual. They did have an issue with both restrooms being out of order. You were able to use the one at Legal Seafood's, which was nice. I started with the Onion soup. It's always very good. Brasserie Jo has the best onion soup in the Boston area, however. Richard had the warm Beet Salad with creamy Goat cheese. Absolutely outstanding. For mains I had the Beef au poive. It came with Gruyere Scalloped potatoes. We ordered a Succotash side which was excellent. Richard had the "schnitzel" which he always has. He thought it was a little bland this time around, but not too bad. For dessert I had the Pain Perdu, which is one of my favs. Kind of like an adult French toast. Richard did the Profiteroles, which were very good. Overall a nice meal. We do find that the Aquitaine in Brookline to consistently be a little better overall. Sometime we'll have to do the flagship rest. in the South end of Boston.
I have been to Aquitaine many times and I was underwhelmed this time. The presentation of the burger and fries was unimpressive. The chocolate pudding cake was over-baked. It was kind of a bummer because the burger was one of my favorites in the area and now I don’t feel that way. The service was good and everyone friendly.
I usually dine the South End location but we were meeting friends from Metro West so we decided on Dedham. It did not disappoint. We had a slight concern when we arrived...One person in our party is a bit hard of hearing in loud places. Aquitaine Dedham is a bustling place on a Friday night and therefore the noise level can get fairly high. Not unexpected...it's a good restaurant and they get busy. The manager on duty that night was lovely and she took great care to see that we were seated in a table where some of the background noise was lessened. Food is consistently good and well executed. Escargot is my fave appetizer. Great oysters and tuna tartare. Friday night Duck special was wonderful. Our server was great too. She knew the menu well, made great recommendations, was smart and witty, and made for an overall enjoyable experience.
This is the first time I have been to Aquitaine Dedham where the service was poor, and we had to return our entrees because they were cold. Our server didn't even check in on us after our food was served the first time. I will think twice before going back to this Aquitaine location.
Great food. The service is much better than it used to be several years ago. Much more friendly. The only complaint that I had was that the bread for the table was given to us in a brown bag. We had beet salad and 3 oysters our entrees were the tenderloin with au gratin potatoes. All very delicious.
I was at Aquitaine to have lunch and catch-up with a friend. The restaurant wasn't busy and the waitress gave us plenty of time to chat, choose our menu, serve the food and present the bill. At no time did we feel pressure to leave. As always, when at Aquitaine I had the french onion soup, always a hit as well as the small baguette they bring. I had the chicken salad sandwich, which was good, but the choice of bread was not as good as I expected - toasted and burnt on the edges. My friend enjoyed her sandwich and found it tasty and so large that she took half home. The chips that came with both our sandwiches we enjoyed and thought very good.
I would recommend Aquitaine even if you just wanted to stop by for the onion soup and a glass of wine.
Food was average. My beef Bourguignon was definitely too dry. The portion was generous though. Our waitress kept disappearing randomly. She was gone for over half of our meal.
There was another (very kind and courteous) waitress who helped us, kept covering our table even though it wasn't hers.
We had reservations but they were not needed on a fine, sunny Saturday afternoon. The inside dining room was sparsely occupied but it did appear that outdoor dining area was full with the exception of 2 small tables. The waitress was kind but apparently rushed. Took her some time to greet us initially and that set the stage for the rest of the meal. I estimate that it was over 30 to 45 minutes after ordering before we were served. Waitress did not visit table after delivering food and one in our party was not interested in eating her chicken ceasar salad. The chicken was dry (she said it did not seem like it was real chicken) and overall the salad was too salty to eat. Did not see the waitress to flag her down and again, she did not check in until the rest of the party had finished their meals. We were not charged and the waitress was apologetic enough - did not charge us and offered to bring something else but by that time, we needed to go. We'd been there before and were pleased to return but just thought you should know that this visit was a disappointment.
I've eaten at this location several times and did not have a good experience this time. I ordered the beef bourguignon which is now part of the regular menu and it was not nearly as good as when I had it in the past as a Sunday plate du jour. The beef tasted "old" and was very dry and stringy. I suspect it had been reheated multiple times.
The service was not as attentive as in the past even though the restaurant was not that busy.
My husband and son enjoyed their dinners. They both ordered the swordfish which was the Tuesday plate du jour.
I'd go back again but would not order the beef bourguignon.
Never again. My daughter wanted to go here. I made reservations and they weren't a problem. The waitress took our order after ten minutes of us having just water on our table. After 35 minutes, our eggs arrived. We hadn't gotten our coffee or juice....We had to ask for them as well as the warm roll that was on the order. The roll was cool. We got the coffee and juice after an hour of being there. I told the waitress that this was the first time that I got coffee as a dessert. We did eat outside because the music was too loud. It was a brunch meal and the music was night time loud. Nothing was exceptional and we will not return.
Came here with my grandmother for a Sunday brunch. We were given the option to sit outside and couldn't pass up the opportunity given the great weather we had. Our waitress was very pleasant and accommodating. We both ordered off of the brunch menu which included a warm cinnamon bun, a cup of coffee, a glass of fresh juice, and a main meal option of which there were 3 to choose from (this menu is only offered on Sundays). I ordered the 2 eggs over easy with 7-grain toast while my grandmother had the pimento omelet, which she said had a little kick to it but the spice wasn't too strong. Both of our meals came with homemade home fries which proved to be a big factor in our satisfaction with our meals. Overall a great experience. Great food, great atmosphere and great service. Definitely coming back!
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