We are Canadian visitors who enjoy dining out in the Valley. Chez Pierre is our number one. Friendly staff (special kudos to Edgar and Arturo and Francisco and Roxanne.) No loud background music. Excellent and changing menu. Real value for money.
$ mains. Capsule to overcooked and inedible. Fish overcooked and rubbery. Vegetables never arrived at table. Last year everything was great but Sunday’s meal failed to come close.
Our dining experience at Chez Pierre Bistro was absolutely outstanding. This little gem is a must whether visiting the desert, or if you are a full time resident. The cuisine is beyond delicious, service is impeccable, and the atmosphere is quaint. Can't wait to go back.
Wonderful dining experience.
Spot on wonderful food - loved the floating island dessert!
Super! They never miss. We eat here whenever we're in PSP
Cassoulet with a glass of Cote de Rhone was delicious. Service was impeccable. Restaurant was full but it's a pretty quiet clientele so you can have a conversation.
The onion and goat cheese tart was lovely; delicate puff pastry, caramelized onions and cheese. Escargot were also yummy. The cassoulet was more solid, as a casserole, not like a soup; delish. The wild boar and pasta was delectable. The boar was very mild in flavor, not gamey at all. Profiteroles for dessert were wonderful. Bread and pate as a starter were delightful. All in all, a delicious evening.
Great first experience, the Casulet was as good as promised, the escargot was very yummy and French onion soup was out of this world,, pappardelle bolognese pasta was very good, apple tart was ridiculously delicious, and our server was great,,,
Our table enjoyed the calamari steak and veal piccata. Both were very good. The house liver pate and fresh bread were excellent, as usual.