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About Petit Louis Bistro - Roland Park
Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf’s uptown eatery features classic French Bistro fare, an extensive, award winning French wine list & a lively Parisian atmosphere.
Baltimore, MD 21210
French, Provencal, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday – Friday: 11:30am – 2:00pm; Dinner: Monday – Thursday: 5:00pm – 10:00pm; Friday – Saturday: 5:00pm – 11:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 10:30am – 2pm; Sunday Dinner 5pm - 10pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Lot on Site, Street Parking
Private Party Facilities:
Private party menus are available for larger groups. Please contact the Private Party Coordinator for additional information.
Private Party Contact:
Michelle Martin: (410) 366-9393
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Petit Louis Bistro - Roland Park Ratings and Reviews
Went for a night without the kids. Very attentive staff. 5 out of 6 dishes were well executed. The exception was my duck dish which arrived in a puddle of grease and was generally tasteless. All other dishes were delicious and well executed.
I would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a night out.
Friendly staff. Pleasant place, which looks French.
My one recommendation would be that they add to their lunch menu some of the items that are on their menu in Columbia - in general some smaller more "lunchy" things instead of mainly appetizers and dinner-type full meals.
I have been to Petit Louis several times over the years, and somehow it just didn't feel as inspired on this visit. Perhaps they are putting more energy into their new locations. The food was all good, but nothing that screamed "I can't wait til I come back again".
Always great, always dependable. I love their soft scrambled eggs. The green salad is so simple and so perfect. The French toast is light and eggy, the happy marriage of souffle and bread pudding. Coffee is immaculate. And then you have the sweetest, most light-hearted server one could possible hope for when one has a tot that you have to wonder if there's any other place that competes with Louis for breakfast.
If you're looking for expensive traditional French this is it. Otherwise, for casual non-traditional dining, there are other options in Baltimore. We went for a special occasion and it was nice, and they made it special. But for the cost, there are options downtown that would cost the same and would have better scene and food.
Great food as always. We have been several times and always returned with a great experience. The wine list is impressive. Food never disappoints. We have visited the other restaurant from Forman&Wolf team in Baltimore. Both restaurants are in top of or list.
Always a classic. From casual date night to special occasion, this Baltimore fixture draws you into a delightful Parisian experience that simultaneously delivers on flavor, atmosphere and service while avoiding pretension. We have dined here so many times and have experienced such consistent quality, it was only fair that we finally expressed our affection for this absolute gem of a restaurant.
My family and I have been dining at Petit Louis for more than 10 years (it is our go-to Christmas Eve dinner as well) and we have never had a meal that was less than perfection! It is a great neighborhood restaurant and we often seen friends there when we stop in. Patrick and Emily are always friendly and accommodating, Mark has continuously helped us select the perfect wine pairing, and the menu is always full of delicious seasonal updates. Highly highly recommend this to anyone living in Roland Park and beyond - it is absolutely worth the drive! Come on a cold night and you'll instantly feel cozy.
I really liked this place, good, solid food at a reasonable price, especially for a French restaurant. A fantastic and lengthy wine list, with affordable options $40 or under as well as special wines. Service was also fantastic. I don't get to Baltimore often, but when I do I'll be sure to return.
A lovely Sunday night out. Restaurant was lively. The hostess found us a relatively quiet corner table. From my limited experience, I found the dishes very "French,' which we appreciated. I had escargot and quiche. My husband had a steak - maybe too big pile of pommes frites would be our only criticism. Our server generously poured a crisp wine that complemented my food. Husband had a Belgian beer. Several families dining - nice to see not all children require junk food. A real gem .
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