We booked an 11:45 table for brunch for six people and, because of a performance, told the waiter we needed to leave by 1:15. The interior is attractive and comfortable. The big slanted mirror over the bar adds a European touch. Conversation was easy.
The tomato soup on the daily menu was excellent - balanced flavors and nice garnish. The fettucine was tasty and well presented. It could have been served warmer. The friendly service was leisurely and after ordering the food was slow to arrive. We had time for 2 courses but not 3, meaning no dessert even though the restaurant knew we were celebrating a birthday.
Past visits have been superb. I'll go again and hope the restaurant improves on this four-star experience.
Very lovely dining experience.
Great restaurant, great ambiance! Highly recommended! A+
Took my wife for Valentine's Day ; first time there. Exceeded expectations in every regard. Good was superb and service better. I had bronzino and wife had halibut. Perfect.
The wait staff was outstanding. Will ask for Steve when I go back
Excellent service, delicious food. Bustling, but not too noisy for a working lunch.
My wife and I go to Bistro Bis for a weekend lunch from time to time and love it. It's quiet, the food is very good, service is friendly and prompt. We are big fans.
An excellent lunch with an out-of-town guest. Well-prepared classic French cuisine, with attentive service.
The French fries are always good here but the rest of the meal was bland, just not very good at all. It's too bad because I used to really like Bistro Bis
Enjoyed an outstanding venison carpaccio and roasted branzino with olives, artichokes and blood orange slices. Both were "wow" dishes! The setting is a bit "hotel bland", but it is a decent space for conversation. The food is definitely worth going back for.