About Mistral - Boston
The design of Mistral is both elegant and casual, resonating with the ambiance of Provence as arched floor to ceiling windows drench the room with light.
Mistral’s dramatic dining room serves dinner nightly and Sunday Brunch. In our bar and comfortable lounge area we also offer craft cocktails and fine wines to compliment Chef Mammano’s menu.
Mistral’s private dining room, Le Salon du Mistral, accommodates 60 seated and up to 80 guests for a reception.
Boston, MA 02116
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: 10:30am-2:00pm & 5:30pm-9:30pm
Friday-Saturday: 5:30pm-11:00pm (Late Night Menu 11:00pm-11:30pm)
Sunday: 10:30am-2:00pm & 5:00pm-10:30pm
between Berkeley & Clarendon
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Late Night, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
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Le Salon du Mistral, Mistral's private dining room, provides a sophisticated setting for intimate gatherings of sixty seated and up to eighty for a reception. With award-winning French Mediterranean cuisine from Chef Jamie Mammano and unparalleled, professional service, Mistral provides the ultimate private dining experience.
Mistral - Boston Ratings and Reviews
I was so happy with the service and experience I received at Mistral on NYE. Our waitress was awesome and very friendly, very impressed with the scotch and bourbon selection I had a great 18 year aged scotch that was spot on. Our meals were served with excellent timing not to late not too early or grouped together. The quality of food was just as good as the sister restaurant Sorellina. I could’ve even finish my desert ! No room left in my belly as the meals were perfect size and cooked to perfection. I’m happy that Mistral was able to find us a very nice booth as I requested for a more quieter Mistral experience and they did not disappoint. My fiancé and I would definitely come back here again! Teatro, Mistral, Sorellina, all under our belt now !!
Food was good but our server started off strong with drinks and spa took the entree order and we didn't see her for another 40 minutes. Food was brought to the table by runners she never came back to ask us if we wanted anything. We had to go to the bar to get more drinks. When she did come back after we got the manager we ordered dessert and 3 came 2 didn't so they just took those 2 desserts off the bill. A manager came over again and apologized but really you can't apologize for bad service at the end of a 800 meal. Not impressed
Fabulous dinner with my fiancé in his hometown!!! The service was impeccable, the atmosphere was vibrant, sexy and elegant.
The lobster bisque en croute's presentation was very impressive and it tasted even better!!! All entrees were simply wonderful. We will definitely be going back as soon as we can book another long weekend escape.
This restaurant was recommended to us by a friend and while the the photos make the restaurant seem very intimate I was surprised that is actually very large. At first we were taken to a table at the very front of the restaurant near the door (it was freezing outside and this would not have been comfortable plus all of the action was near the rear of the restaurant) so I asked if there was anything further back and they were kind enough to reseat us. I would say that the appetizers were the highlight of the meal at this restaurant. We split the seared foi gras and the tuna tartar. I got the dover sole meuniere which I typically love as it is simply prepared dish and delicate (it was priced at $68 but is usually well worth it). It came served on a huge lump of sauteed spinach and onions, not very French at all and not your typically brown butter lemon sauce merely enhances the delicate flavor of the fish. And it was slightly over cooked. Very disappointing. My husband had the steak au poivre. The sauce was great but again the steak was over-cooked. (medium) even though he stated he preferred it more towards medium-rare to rare. I would say the service was in general good but not "great". The server did no ask for instance why 80% of my entree went untouched. Beautiful restaurant but maybe go for the appetizers and skip the entrees.
We loved the Mistral! My girlfriend and I went for our annual Christmas date and had an amazing time. We were never rushed, the cocktails were delicious, the food was amazing, and our server was a pleasure. She got an Espresso Martini and I got a Manhattan - the best we have had in Boston. The Wine List was impressive and the entrees were to die for! We especially loved the Prime Sirloin and Braised Beef - cooked to perfection. The attention to detail (the food, the drinks, the table service, and the atmosphere) at the Mistral was what made this experience the most noteworthy - we look forward to coming back.
We dined last month for my birthday. We were seated at a corner booth, per my request. Our waiter was very professional and showed just the right amount of attention. All of the food was delicious. The portions are a good size and most of the prices were more reasonable than I thought they'd be. The ambiance is very relaxed. We will return.
My boyfriend and I went for our 2-year anniversary. He had been wanting to go for the longest time and with our anniversary and Christmas as the next big celebration, we chose to spend it at Mistral and we were not disappointed. We were promptly seated upon arrival and our server, Edwin, provided a very fun and light-hearted experience. The food and service were both exemplary and we will definitely return in the future.
An absolutely delightful dining experience; Mistral has it all. Inventive takes on clsssic dishes, superbly prepared and highest quality ingredients. I had the Roasted Duck which I paired with an excellent half bottle of Chateau Nuef du Pape - excellent wine list and first rate service
To begin with, we do not like brunch. Unfortunately, in Boston that is all there is on Saturday and Sunday mid-day. However, Mistral one of our favorite restaurants at other times, gives us hope. Even for brunch haters, the menu was diverse and interesting and the quality of the food and service was superior.
Food and service both excellent. Missed 5 stars dues to high noise level - it was a busy mid-week night but it was still hard to hear each other sitting across a table that wasn't large. The wine list was extensive but also very expensive - lacking in moderate priced selections.
Mistral has been our favorite place to celebrate special occasions. Food and overall experience did not disappoint. I did notice that service was not as congenial or engaged as in the past. I suspect that reflects the tight labor market in the area. Also, we recalled a more decorated space in past Decembers and there was little distinctive in the decor this year. Nonetheless we will continue to return and it is amazing that the restaurant has remained so good for so long.
We were celebrating my daughter's 18th birthday. When it was time for dessert no one ordered anything and I didn't want to order against her wish, but our waiter realized it and brought us a nice tri-color sorbet with a candle and happy birthday written on the dish. It made her very happy! Thanks
This long established restaurant is still one of my all time favorites in Boston. I consistently enjoy the location, great valet service, welcoming hostess, great ambience, great food and great bartenders. I am consistently frustrated however by the poor dining room service.
If they could just fix that - it would earn any easy 5 star rating from me.
My expectations were set very high for Mistral as I had read and heard that the service was very attentive and exceptional. That was not the case. While the service wasn't bad, it was just standard - had to wave at the server to get his attention for drinks, no checking to see how things were, etc. Just the regular take the order, drop the stuff off.
The food was very good - we had the tuna tartare and ravioli to start and halibut entrees. All delicious. They handled my guest's special dietary request well.
The decor is very nice, and it gets crowded.
My Italian friend and I had the dover sole meuniere with lemon & apers, sauteed spinach & onions, and fingerling potatoes entree which was deliciously prepared. Her husband had the grilled Faroe Island salmon with peppercorn & cider glazed Salmon with Kabocha squash Puree, Maitake mushrooms, and kale sprouts which he liked a lot. We all shared three scoops of yummy fruit sorbet.
Best restaurant I have tried in Boston. We had lamb’s lettuce salad, crab ravioli, salmon and halibut entrees. All were excellent as were the profiteroles for dessert. Service was just right - no hovering. The right amount of attentiveness. Would definitely return here.
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