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Mon - Wed 5:30PM - 5:45PM 9:15PM - 10:00PM
Thu 5:30PM - 5:45PM 9:15PM - 10:15PM
Fri 5:30PM - 5:30PM 9:15PM - 10:15PM
Sat 5:00PM - 5:30PM 10:00PM - 10:15PM
My husband and I dined at Bistrot La Minette during restaurant week. We will definitely be returning!
I realized I actually was at Bistrot La Minette when it first opened in 2008. I cannot believe I did not return since. Overall it was an outstanding dining experience. Very friendly staff, not overly polite or awkward, food was really excellent and the atmosphere and decor is quite beautiful - the pictures display it - the long bankquette seating is dramatic & warm and social but at the same time intimate. Even the bathrooms are attractive. Beautiful place, it reminds me of a little bit of Le Polidor in Paris.
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Wonderful service and food. Would certainly dine with again.
Our first time and it was a delight!
Delicious meals, attentive service, happy people. We'll be back.
The ambiance was right: a real bistro. The food was very good, especially the mushroom veloute and the chocolate mousse cake, and our server was friendly, courteous and prompt.
The pastries and desserts were OUT OF THIS WORLD and the service was extraordinary. The staff always made sure our water glasses were full and they were so welcoming! Best service I ever got in a $$ restaurant.
They gave us complimentary cheese puffs to start which I can only describe as Cheese-its on steroids. The appetizers were amazing, both escargot and foie gras pate were phenomenal. The escargot was heavy on the garlic, so be forewarned if you don't enjoy garlic. They did not skimp on the foie gras pate at all despite being restaurant week and the bread that accompanied the pate was heavenly.
The roasted chicken was a bit dry but if you dip it in the truffle sauce, it absolutely tasted wonderful! The duck confit stew was wonderful and so juicy. While the entrees themselves were good, the desserts stole the show.
We couldn't help ourselves and got 3 desserts to share. The Millefeuille is an organsm in your mouth. It is what all Napoleans desire to be when they grow up in the kitchen. The gateau mousse au chocolat (chocolate cake) was amazing - in fact, pictures of this cake online is what got us interested in this restaurant in the first place. The creme caramel (caramel custard - although there was more caramel than custard, which I didn't mind as I have the largest sweet tooth, hence the 3 desserts) was good but it was the crust of the tart that blew our minds.
Now if only I was rich enough to hire the pastry chef as a personal chef...
Nice ambiance, decor, music, full house. Menu was very diverse, drinks/wine menu even better. Was looking forward to a nice meal, but while I enjoyed my trout, wife's meal disappointed. Gnocchi dish was bland and seemed overcooked, and dessert (maybe their signature one) was not crisp...was hard.
This was our first time here. I had the cassolet and my wife had the rabbit. Everything was good and the service was great. My only complaint was the sausage which was tough but the portion was so big, I would have had to leave it
This is my go to favorite restaurant...love chef Ken Bush ...and Brent always welcoming and consistent. True French cusine.
Bartender made great drinks. Wait staff was SUPER friendly. The chef not only cooked his butt off he also found the time to visit our table.