Superb! We'll definitely return!
We celebrated my wife's birthday there and it was terrific. Nicely decorated, quiet and great food. Adam said the the "chocolate mousse was the best in the country." He was right. Great place for a cozy dinner.
We enjoyed our meal - the bronzino was outstanding, the accompanying vegetables were perfectly cooked, the mussels were incredibly tender, the bread was great. Overall, we would very much recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a quiet place in the City of Fairfax with terrific food and a European flair.
The food is excellent and good value for the money. Service is also quite good. It is a great find in Fairfax City.
Very, very overpriced. The server gets an "A" for effort and friendliness, but the service, for this price point, was very unpolished. They were out of the wine I ordered, they were out of the champagne my friend ordered, the women's bathroom was out of service, their creme brulee torch was broken yet they didn't take the creme brulee off the menu, the server forgot to bring my wine, forgot to bring my knife for my lamb, never brought the cream for my coffee, and our bill was incorrect. The decor is shabby--cheap laminate floors, cheap curtains and curtain rods, chipped and fading paint. It has potential, though. The space is intimate and the tables, with their white tablecloths, are nicely set. The food wasn't bad, but for the price, I expected something way better. My favorite, actually, was my cup of coffee.
The Salmon was good as always, same with the French Onion Soup. We have eaten there more than half a dozen times in the last 3 years and it is usually busy. This was a Friday night and we were there from 7:30 to 9:30; and am not sure why we were the only guests. The menu that night was heavily seafood focused, which is good for me, but offered limited choices for my who had the chicken in Phyllo but enjoyed it.
We were the only table there for an early dinner at 5 pm, so we had great service and a very quiet room. It was excellent. But o hey it's still very good even when more full. The food was delicious and lovely to look at, too.
Great food with a great wine selection. Food option unique and well prepared.
We had been to Le Mediterranean Bistro before a few times, and remembered it fondly, and the place lived up superbly to our memories of it. The service was outstanding, and the menu is marvelous.
Good food in a small venue. You can actually have conversations there!
Everything was good. Kind of a mixture of different cuisines. Service was very good. Desserts were delicious.
This was our first visit to Le Mediterranean Bistro, as well as French Moroccan cuisine on the whole, so we didn't know quite what to expect. It turned out to be very pleasant, and our server was extremely attentive, though, other than the lovely french music, and the escargot, it didn't seem terribly french. But we enjoyed it anyway.
Outstanding in every way. Thank you!¡!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The food was good French style cooking with a hint of Morrocan style. Primarily French flavors and dishes. A heavier sprinkling of North African flavors would definitely broaden the experience. Service was attentive, with staff ensuring you were ready for the next course before bringing it out. Wine selection paired nicely with the food.
This was Valentine's day and so the quiet ambience allowing for private conversations was wonderful. The food arrived with long waits - ala French relaxed mode. About halfway into our meal, music came on; it was just a tad over soft and needed a bit of adjustment but it still allowed for quiet conversations. The food was good but not remarkable. We did not drink, but they seem to have had a lengthy wine list.
Overall I was pleased with my experience but have no real reason to return.