Kitchen A Bistro in Saint James, New York, serves up American cuisine using local seasonal and organic ingredients. The lunch menu at Kitchen A Bistro starts with appetizers such as an autumn salad, a charcuterie board or a bowl of sweet potato soup. Lunch entrŽes include chicken breast, duck leg confit, pork loin or salmon.
The dinner menu at Kitchen A Bistro includes appetizers such as coq au vin, mixed greens with beets and goat cheese, mussels in white wine and garlic or roasted celery root. The entrŽe selections for the dinner menu include boneless pork loin, pan seared scallops, roasted organic chicken breast, seared flat iron steak or spiced duck breast.
We have been going there every year on our anniversary, it is always a great experience.
It used to be the Mirabelle and Guy Rouge the chef came out and asked how the meal was,
Mirabelle has since moved to the Three Village Inn but we keep going to the original location(Kitchen A Bistro now) You just can't beat the ambience -old house converted to a restaurant
Excellent food as always this is a regular spot for us especially in the summertime
KB may be substantially improved if the parking is hidden from the patio by some light walls. The food is excellent, but the deserts were not all OK. The service was kind of slow for a BISTRO. The music guitar and singer were the best. but started one and more hour later. it was announce life music, piano in the patio. If there will be a "piano" obviously it would be only a keyboard. The servant should be better dressed.White wine should be served in a cooler/bucket, without the need to specially asking for it. Chairs in the patio may have tiny cushions. If the patio is covered by a gazebo it can be protected from an unexpected rain. The no-cork-fee is tempting. The bistro may become a wonderful place with the suggested improvements.
Came here with my girlfriend and we were Very impressed by the food and service. The hostess was able to accommodate our corner table request, which made the experience that much more enjoyable. Our server, Daniel, was incredibly professional and knowledgable. Daniels assistant was also professional and attentive. The squid ink pasta was a little on the bland side but solid nonetheless. Charcuterie appetizer was delectable. Both the duck and the duo of lamb were phenomenal, and both dishes were the highlight of our respective meals. Dessert was just lackluster, as the chocolate banana creme brûlée cake was a bit dry, but the service and other 2 courses made up for that. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone. Great job!
We finally got to try Kitchen A Bistro and what a find it is. The food was excellent and served promptly by an attentive wait staff. I had the signature dish, duck which was outstanding and my wife had the duo Lamb which was also excellent. Our appetizers, arctic char and egg salad were unusual and delicious. The only negative was sitting at a table by the kitchen door which was a bit annoying as traffic walked in and out of the kitchen but other than that, it was a perfect meal.
This is the fourth set of friends I have brought5
To Kitchen a Bistro.
Did not disappoint
Eric is a fantastic chef and his food always delights. We had our wedding here 4 years ago and we come back each year for our anniversary. The food is fantastic and subtlely sophisticated. The main course portions are generous given the high quality of food and you'll never go home hungry. Above all, Jackie and Gene provide superior service in such a casual and friendly way. You'll leave here wondering why you haven't been here move often and anxiously await your return.
Ten adults and a two year old had an outstanding dinner celebrating a PHD graduation. Sophisticated without an attitude.
A med school grad dinner for 6. Brought our own wine and bubbly and no corkage fee. Service attentive but not suffocating. Staff pleasant and informative. Will be back again soon.
The food is the major reason for going to Kitchen A Bistro. Quality ingredients carefully and imaginatively prepared. The price fix is a good choice and the fact that you can bring your own wine (although they do have wine and drinks now) makes it reasonable in terms of costs. They only take cash or check and the service is casual/laid back/sometimes slow but very friendly. However, great meals that are relatively affordable by Long Island standards make it a very worthwhile destination.