Easter brunch review. Most item son the menu were typical breakfast fare -scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes- but some items were imaginative, like the salmon on toast points and. They also offered some salad choices, some well prepared and hot root vegetables, carved ham and Lamb in a demi-glaze with root vegetables. The lamb was tender and though I enjoyed it, I found that the demi-glaze overpowered the delicate "flavor" of the lamb and some of the vegetables. They also offered Coffee, Tea, soft drinks, beverages from the bar and an array of sweet treats including an ice cream sundae bar (vanilla & strawberry) with some sauces and toppings.
All in all it was enjoyable, the hostess accommodating and pleasant, despite a last minute change in our guest count on a very busy and booked day.
It's all about management...the food is really good.
The servers were just OK. They need more training.
Most disappointing, we had made reservations and planned to take a friend to dinner. To our embarrassment the restaurant called 45 minutes before our seating and said they had a large party and could not seat us. In talking to a few other people it was suggested perhaps we were bumped by members of the club, we did not realize it but this is affiliated with a private golf club, beware if planning to eat here make a back up plan.
We had such a lovely Christmas lunch! . . .. Good friends, excellent food, lovely service!! . .. We are already making plans to return again next year!
We took relatives for a late lunch and there was hardly anyone else there, so seating and privacy were excellent. We sat outside on the deck and enjoyed the golf course scene along with very good and plentiful servings of crab cakes and a salmon "BLT" that was the hit for two of us.
The other member had chicken salad in a wrap that looked appetizing and was appreciated by our guest as well.
Staff was friendly, however, the food was overpriced and average -- there are many other local choices I'd make for similar cuisine. It was also a cafeteria like feel because of the bright lighting.
Waitress spilled a tray of mimosas on my boyfriends seat, luckily he was at the buffet. She then proceeded to wipe it down
From the fireplace behind us to the taste of the food, we loved dinning at The Bistro. The service was great and the ambience was just right for a cozy winter night dining out. We arrived for a late evening dinner and had the ahi tuna starter, knife and fork salad, the speciality fish of the night and braised short ribs. You must try the ahi tuna starter, it was delicious! We will be dining again at The Bistro very soon!
We ate a random assortment of apps since Tuesday night's in the winter they just serve lunch, apps, and have a few specials. They were amazing. We had the scallops wrapped in bacon, seared tuna, crab ravioli, eddemome potstickers, and lemon chicken potstickers. Would highly recommend all. Our waiter Brian was fantastic and very personable. Nice and quiet atmosphere with a few big screen tv's.
My friends and I visited The Bistro during a Visit With Santa Claus Brunch . . .and, while we didn't visit with Santa, the brunch looked divine!! And the families were all having such a happy time! We were seated in a quiet booth, where we enjoyed a delightful lunch . . The Maryland Cream of Crab soup was the best we've ever had. We will definitely return to the The Bistro again . . .
We were all so pleased with our lunch at the Bistro! Erin set the table beautifully and provided service that spoiled us! The menu choices were amazing. We were celebrating a friend's birthday and it was a perfect experience. Thank you so much!
We have been going to the Bistro since they did an extensive renovation about two years ago. It a beautiful venue with stone and mahogany accents. This was, however, our first visit in the summer. I need to preface that we don't golf, and have never been here in the daylight. That said, this is a restaurant on a golf course and we were there in the evening after a rainy Saturday in August. We were the only people in the restaurant. At 8:00. On a Saturday. When the restaurant called us to confirm our reservation that afternoon, I assumed it was because they were busy. It was actually because they were dead empty and wanted to close early. We had a wonderful meal. The chef even stopped by our table. We never felt rushed and will return soon.
Nothing special about this place. Very limited menu and very pricey. Waiter graciously offered up the bar's appetizer menu which has far more choices and more adequately priced. Perhaps they should just go with that. I can't imagine going there for a $35 entree. The view isn't that great. We had window seats but still could not see the golf course hardly at all let alone any golfers. We were happy with our appetizers and our waiter was quite nice.
A small group of ladies had lunch. Wait staff was very pleasant and the food was delicious.
Nice table outside with view of the golf course, trees, ponds and geese. Waiter was very nice and attentive. The Bruchetta appetizer was soggy and overdressed with balsamic. The Sea Bass was good but the spinach and risotto sides, though nicely cooked, were oversalted & inedible. The fajitas were pretty good, but the flank steak tough.
Wine was good and list average.
I would not dine here again due to the disappointing food.