Spoil yourself with a classic French dining experience at Dream Cuisine Café. This cozy BYOB bistro serves up innovative cuisine in an intimate, relaxed space with Parisian flair and the occasional live music. Supervised by chef Vincent Fanari, the restaurant's menu features a nice selection of traditional French dishes like raclette and prosciutto melt. Guests can dine a la carte or opt for the prix-fixe menu, which includes a salad, dessert, entrée and a choice of appetizer. Visit for lunch and spoil yourself with a Pennsylvania trout, served with crispy croutons and Provencal sauce. Round it off with a creamy cheesecake for dessert. Dream Cuisine Café fits the bill if you're in the mood for a Parisian dining experience. The restaurant evokes images of the French countryside with bright walls, banquettes and tablecloths. Dream Cuisine Café is open Tuesday to Saturday.
Great as always, but never again.
It closed the night we were last there!
We will miss it!
This restaurant is no longer open. When it was, the food was always good but the pace of the meals slow.
our favorite hidden gem. food is superb.
Great Resturant--little hard to find though
Food excellent but service was dreadful. Only one waiter doing everything and. He hardly acknowledged us
From start to finish a great flavorful meal. Small kitchen producing really tasty dishes.
Loved it. The food was delicious and the filet was prepared the way I like it. The service was friendly.
We hit on a slightly off night the other night, one patron was a little loud and the service was just ok. The food was a little off too. All the other times I have gone, it was fantastic. Wonderful food and service, loved it.
The food here is very good, but the service can vary, depending upon the server, and the tables are way too close for my comfort level. I could overlook these things however, 2 things occurred which bothered us - 1) when we left our forks on the appetizer plates our server handed them back to us - unacceptable! This is a multi course meal with appetizer, salad, main course in a presumably upscale restaurant, yet my place setting had only 1 fork - I know of several mom and pop restaurants in the neighborhood which provide 2 forks at their place settings, so yes, you should do better. More troubling is #2) the server put 2 main courses down at the table next to us and walked away; these 2 people seemed a little confused by the courses and in another minute or 2 the server returned, removed the plates and brought them to another table?! I find this incident extremely troubling since the server turned his back on the table and walked away he had no idea whether they had tasted the meals or even placed their fork in it.