Mustard Seed Bistro is a family-owned restaurant that serves European-style dishes crafted by Chef Tim Boyd. Its elegant wooden d�cor creates a pleasant and relaxing dining experience.
Pita and hummus, French onion soup and bacon-wrapped stuffed dates are some of Mustard Seed Bistro�s appetizers. Its main entr�es include macadamia and goat cheese salad, roast turkey sandwich with Gouda, bacon, caramelized onions and avocado, linguini and shrimp in garlic parmesan cream sauce and pistachio-crusted salmon with orange butter sauce. Visitors can also enjoy the Saturday brunch that includes platters like vanilla custard French toast, the grilled vegetable omelet and the grilled chicken and brie sandwich, as well as scones and muffins. Mustard Seed Bistro also has an extensive selection of cupcakes.
We were pleasantly surprised wtih the quality of food at the mustard seed. Everything was fresh, delicious and prepared perfectly. However, I felt that the wine list was quite expensive for a strip store restaurant and when we sat down I felt that the waiter was rushing us. After the jwaiter relaxed we really had a greeat meal.
We love the Mustard Seed Bistro, The food is always amazing and the service is the best.
Highly recommended !
The entree's were terrific, but the fried Brussel sprouts were beyond great!!!...as was the apple cobbler!
The Mustard Seed is one of our "go to" restaurants for special occasion dinners. It did not disappoint this time, although the filet seemed thinner and not as tender as in the past. Our server was wonderful and our dessert (the flourless chocolate cake) was superb and the Happy Birthday decoration appreciated. We will return .
This was our fourth visit to The Mustard Seed Bistro, and it was wonderful as always! I highly recommend the stuffed date appetizer. Dates stuffed with sausage and goat cheese, wrapped in crisp bacon. It was served with arugula, cherry tomatoes, candied ginger and a balsamic drizzle. Delicious! The Crispy Duck was the BEST duck that I have ever had! Beautifully crisp and succulent with a cherry sauce served on the side. Every bite a joy for the senses! Jonathan was our waiter, and he was the best! He was super attentive, without being intrusive, he had a great sense of humor and made some wonderful suggestions for the wine being served. He was indeed a pleasure! The Mustard Seed Bistro is a fine establishment.
Truly outstanding food. Our first time so we stayed safe with strawberry salad and brussels sprouts starters, followed by shrimp and grits and skirt steak. All executed flawlessly, with special note to the shrimp and grits for which I'd make the 35 minute drive tonight if I could. Simple food gives no place for the kitchen to hide, and they were on point.
The service was not even close to the food. The staff was too busy trying to get a head start on closing the restaurant. Really? To be fair we did arrive at 9:25p but it was Saturday night for pete's sake. *AND* we actually made a reservation for 9:45p and showed up early. Benefit of the doubt so won't impact overall rating.
Looking forward to 2nd visit!
Very unassuming in a strip mall, but the food is excellent.
Always excellent. Great food and service every time we go. Fine dining at a true local/neighborhood gem.
We were celebrating my husband's birthday. Learned about restaurant on PBS Check, Please. Nicely decorated, comfortable ambience, linens all around. Very attentive service. Ordered Spanish Albarino wine, which we both enjoyed. My husband had French Onion Soup, which was outstanding. I had the market salad, with greens, goat cheese, walnuts, julienne pear, and with just the right amount of delicious balsamic/honey dressing Breads were delicious and warm. My husband had the Grouper with mashed potatoes and asparagus, small green beans and carrot. I had the pistachio crusted salmon with same sides. Both were very enjoyable, seasoned just right for us.
Dessert was the chocolate cupcake with candle, and coffee.
Second time visit.....once again food was wonderful.....good service....only negative made an res on Monday for Saturday and was put at a table for 4 with 5....made placement of plates an issue