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The steak was very well cooked (medium rare but on the rarer side) and the potatoes were good. The bistro is in the lobby of the hotel, so it has the potential to be loud depending on the day. It was nice and quiet while I was there
When I think of a bistro I think of a higher end restaurant with good ambiance. Especially inside what is or used to be a very high end hotel the Hyatt. We walked in and there were young adults and kids all over making a ton of noise with cell phones, yelling, screaming, laughing, banging things, running around the lobby etc. We were literally seated right next to them in the lobby or atrium area. We asked to move to another seating area that may be more quiet so they put us in the adjacent room which didn't really help. The noise level was ridiculous. We ended up ordering two normal drinks and decided to go to another restaurant. We got our bill and it was $29! for the drinks. Unreal I will never go back nor recommend this place to anyone. This is not a bistro and the menu/prices don't match the type of place it is.
Our filets were outstanding. Atmosphere is not great, since it's kind of an open lobby situation - wish they would open the Polaris Room again! Service was not the best because one waitress was trying to take care of Happy Hour people, as well as early diners (house vodka on the rocks for $9 is not a good Happy Hour price). Might return in the future for those wonderful filets . . .
Less than we expected. Limited menu due to bead show, but not advertised at reservation time. Dining area isn't much to talk about. Food was great!!
Very good food with excellent service and especially convenient for those staying in the hotel. I would go there again. We had both dinner and breakfast there and both were high quality in terms of food and service. The ambiance isn't much, but it's not noisy, which is important to us.
We recently celebrated my son's college graduation at Bistro 333, which is in the hotel we were staying at. Three of us ordered the Filet Mignon which was absolutely delicious. It was juicy and little crispy on the outside--I ordered medium and it was perfectly dark pink. It also came with asparagus and cheesy mashed potatoes--all for a reasonable price, too. They also have a very extensive and fun drink list. It was really quiet, and we had excellent service. Very fun and delicious!
The food was mediocre. We paid $300/night for the Hyatt and hoped the restaurant would be spectacular. Not a great venue or food. 😞
Felt a bit non private as the Bistro is lobby/off lobby. More casual than expected with limited lunch type menu.
Good spot for quick bite before the theater. Probably wouldn't select the Bistro for dinner or more formal event.
My party went to Bistro 333 as it is one of the few restaurants located near the Milwaukee Theatre, which we were going to for a performance that afternoon. It was not very full, which is probably expected on a Saturday afternoon in a hotel that just had breakfast available for the guests. I will probably return to the restaurant, especially due to its location. The food was pretty good as well as the service.
Great service, great food. The best simple meal.
It's not really a restaurant, it's a hotel lobby in which they serve food. The food is fine, but over priced for what it is (which just general hotel food). There is nothing special, interesting or unique about this place and it really shouldn't be dined in by anyone except people who need the convenience of it being in their hotel. They also don't validate parking so to park for an hour and fifteen minutes cost $10.
I had the filet and my fiancé had the scallops. both were prepared wonderfully with both presentation and taste. I definitely recommend the Bistro 333 as a great place for dinner.
The waitress was very friendly, Nick the manager was very attentive to ensuring our visit was positive. Steak was cooked to perfection and delicious. We would eat there again!
Wait was very long even though restaurant was not busy. Took 30 minutes just to get our drinks. Expensive bi don't mind paying good money for a good meal but it was very disappointing considering what we paid
We were seated promptly but not greeted by waitstaff until an awkwardly long period. When greeted, we were not told about drink options (price, availability) and simply made fundamental choices. Plates were not cleared quickly. We had to bus our own dishes at one point and got our own water due to lack of attentiveness. The food was well done, but for $45 a head, the staff needed to be much more attentive. I would not recommend the experience for a holiday.