Bistro Rollin in Pelham serves up a mix of French-inspired cuisine paired with seasonal classics. With plenty of offerings, including lunch and dinner prix fixe menus, cheeses and desserts, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Bistro Rollin also uses locally sourced ingredients and hormone and antibiotic-free meats for a clean dining experience.
Diners can start with an appetizer, where options like classic bistro frisee salad, halibut ceviche and hand cut salmon tartare are a few of the many choices available. For the main course, Bistro Rollin prepares baked baby spare ribs, trout meuniere, pan roasted Montauk skate and much more. Make sure to check out the bistro and bar menu for flavorful seasonal options and cocktail pairings.
Bistro Rollin closed this past Spring. A shame, because it was a terrific place to eat.
Wish I learned of Bistro Rollin sooner. The waiter was great and I sensed a family feel among the wait staff and the patrons.
Would've loved to visit again. I wish the owners and staff much success!
So sorry they're closing after dinner Mother's Day. Have eaten many great meals over the past seven years. But glad Barbara and Arthur Bratone are getting another chance to relax, at least for a while. Also happy that chef Eric Mauro is staying in the space to re-open as an Italian steakhouse. He's a shining star in Westchester, and I hope he succeeds in his new endeavor.
As always, continues to be one of the better restaurants in Pelham. I am sorry to hear that it will be closing and reopening as an Italian restaurant under new ownership. Farewell!
Mother's Day was the last for Bistro Rollin, new owners are taking over, hope they can offer the same great food.
This is our go-to place for dinner, a special occasion or a place to entertain friends and family. The food is wonderful and the owners and staff make everyone feel like their family. Sometimes we're even called by name from waiters who aren't even waiting on us that day! Truly a gem
I had high hopes for Bistro Rollins. A fellow Foodie highly recommended it but I left less than impressed.
First off, this was Saturday night and I made a reservation for four. I expected to first enjoy a drink at the bar but no such luck.
When we arrived, a woman, pacing and talking on the phone, perhaps the owner?, quickly announced that our friends were already seated and escorted us to the WORST table, at the very back of the restaurant. Yes, I should have objected but she scurried away. Did I mention that the restaurant was empty? What I saw of the place, looked French country charming, but my view consisted of staring at an ugly back wall, with two doors embossed with large private signs. To make it worse, the back room never filled up. To make it even worse, shortly after we were seated, a man was seated at the equally awful table across from ours but the woman/owner/maitre de thought better and moved this four top to a better table. Maybe they were locals? A family of four soon got the second worst table in the place.
Drinks rate an excellent, Served cold and well mixed.
Bread was pathetic. If you put out a bread basket, the quality better be good.
Service was inattentive.
Food was inconsistent.
To be fair, my fellow diners enjoyed their meals. I ordered salmon. I get it, not very imaginative but that's what I had a hankering for, cooked medium rare. Any self respecting restaurant ought to have this dish down cold. I joked with the waiter to please make sure that the fish was not overcooked. The salmon arrived overcooked to a fault. Let's face it, if you're paying $30 for a simple salmon dish, it better come out cooked perfectly. I had to flag down a different waiter to get my meal replaced.
It's hard to enjoy your dinner when everyone else has already finished. Naturally no apology, but I didn't expect it. The initial greeting set the tone. I'd be hard pressed to return. After all first impressions count.
This wonderful wonderful restaurant is closing!!! It is one of the few best French Bistros in and around NY. It has been a gem and consistently excellent. It will be missed so , so , so much!
My family and I have so enjoyed dinning at Bistro Rollin for many years. We are so sorry it is closing. The food continues to be great but the service is slipping a bit maybe because the end is near. It is still worth a final trip.
Good food and good service. A very friendly welcoming staff. Reasonably priced wines.
As usual, our meals were wonderful. They were very generous and accommodating and the service was excellent. This is one of my favorites and definitely a go to restaurant for us.
Once again a wine dinner hit by the combination of Blue Dog Wines with the cuisine of Bistro Rollin. One white, and 3 reds accompanied by delicious seasonal dishes and an unexpected bonus of port to go with dessert! Highly recommended.
The food was absolutely delicious from the apps to dessert. The service was excellent and the owners so personable. Wonderful neighborhood restaurant.
Great food and great service! We had an awesome evening!!
French bistro in lower Westchester. Cute, charming place with friendly and attentive staff. Have been 2x in the past 2 weeks. Went once with a group of friends, it was so good, that I went the following with other friends. I recommend the flatbread and spaghetti carbonara for appetizers, roast chicken, mussels or burger for dinner. For dessert - they all seemed fantastic.
nice place. great food.but waited almost half hour to get first round of drinks.
service erratic, unpolished
When we entered the restaurant, there was no one to greet and seat us; not a waiter or host in sight. The lights in the dining room were not turned on except for the chandelier. It wasn't until a new party was seated and complained about the lighting, that the waiter did anything about turning up the lights.
We started out with oysters, which were tasteless. This was very unusual since the oysters have always been very good. I had swordfish which was excellent. The tartare was also very good.
Service was poor. I had to ask twice for anything I wanted or needed. There were errors on the check and that also took two tries to get correct.
It was Restaurant Week and there was not enough staff. If this had been my first visit to this restaurant, I probably would not return; not because of the food but because of the poor service.
Someone said we should try this restaurant and when I looked it up the menu looked very interesting, not the case when I looked at the real menu. So the place it's pretty packed, I was happy to get a bistro high chair table by the window, away from the crowd.
The food is ok, the Bibb lettuce salad had too much fried onion, the frisée salad my husband had was much better, I liked that dressing. Escargot is usually prepared with garlic, not here. Onions or shallots, I picked the wrong dish again.
The fish was good, potatoes not, boiled earlier in the day warmed up for dinner, not good.
Steak was good, served with fries, we cleaned them up, complimented both of our dishes.
Did not find a chocolate dessert that i would enjoy, oh well
Martinis were good
We recently enjoyed a fantastic TGIF dinner with a group of 10 friends. The service, food and setting was a perfect way to end everyone's busy week. The waitstaff was great and the food, as always, was wonderful. A good time was had by all!
Very fine lunch. Excellent service. Will be back!