Dine in style at Rouge et Blanc. Classy yet unpretentious, this urban bistro lures guests with an appealing French-Vietnamese menu. Chef Matt Rojas brings his culinary expertise to bear on an innovative menu that offers a mix of small plate and large plate items. Visit for lunch and spoil yourself with some Hanoi fried chicken or the Vietnamese beef cheek, a dining favorite. This restaurant also serves seafood dishes (try the braised octopus) and housemade noodles. Sundays come with a lavist brunch menu that includes traditional classics like the banh-mi sandwich, made with sweet pork, vinegard onions and soft pâté for a mouthwatering balance of flavors.
Rouge et Blanc makes a lovely choice for a special occasion or fun outing with a loved one. This restaurant offers an excellent wine list, carefully curated to provide the perfect pairing with meals. Rouge et Blanc is open Mondays through Sundays.
I am so sad this place is closed now. I'm Vietnamese and I went with my friend who was French. It was indeed a good experience for both of us to try something that was a little bit Vietnamese and a little bit French.
Rouge et blanc is one of my favorite village spots. Every dish is beautifully prepared both visually and in taste. The wine list is extensive and excellent. Tom the owner always checks to make sure people are good. The service was good but slow. They seemed to be understaffed. It got a little hot at times - maybe air conditioning was not working perfectly. But overall a nice experience and would be perfect if those little glitches did not occur.
The food was rather good, but the problems started shortly after I arrived with my party of 4. After the first bottle of wine was opened, two of the lights at nearby tables started leaking. I surmise that the condensation from the AC units was to blame, because the AC was turned off, leaving us hot, steamy, and with the lights flickering because of the water infiltration.
The service was very accommodating, the wine a soju drinks were good.
I love this restaurant for its unpretentious quality. Food is great, service outstanding and most of all, there is no loud music playing so you can actually have a conversation and enjoy the evening
The food was all very well prepared. All of the dishes had strong and interesting flavors. The ambiance was nice, on a cute street. I think the restaurant would be better served with a larger menu with more options.
Due to a communication glitch, we arrived just as the restaurant was closing. Upon hearing that it was a special event, the staff graciously reopened the kitchen and served us like royalty! Food was terrific - every dish an interesting blend of flavors. The octopus was amazing! And don't miss the banana dessert.
Nice bar with good wine selection
Nice neighborhood addition
I try to come here ever few months. Food always interesting as is the wine list.
All in all a good dining experience, the food was quite delicious, but there were some very small portions that were not fit for sharing (or even as an individual dish. The menu suggests sharing, but the octopus dish was 2 tiny tentacles for example. We felt quite cheated there, and obviously could hardly taste the dish. The beef cheeks were also very good but a tiny portion.
Other dishes are very good, and easier to share, such as the rice crepes with mushrooms (quite good).
If they make the portions a little bigger, I'd be more enthusiastic about this restaurant.
Creative and well prepared foods. Has more of a South American influence and chili spice pallet kick than expected. But fun selection of plates for sharing and comfortable setting. Wine prices elevate dinner cost quickly.