The Bistro has options for private dining that can seat up to 30 people. Our restaurant is great for hosting birthday parties, wedding rehearsals, business luncheons and many other events. Champagne Cellar at the Winery This intimate settings features distinctive European ambiance.View Private Dining Details
Arrived at 6:00pm and tables about half full thus it was a low noise level. Had the Dry Creek Cab, a Cesar salad, and thick grilled pork chop which was excellent flavor and taste. Might be the best pork chop ever and I am a pork lover.
Okay experience don’t think I would go back. Charge a $2 upgrade for fries and was burnt. Waiter was good.
Great menu and food, enjoyed the atmosphere. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Parking was convenient and nearby.
My steak was tough and the flavor was OK but not good. The general consensus of our party was that the food was not bad but certainly not memorable. It was overpriced for the value. The service was good but not great. I would not recommend this restaurant and we will not be patronizing bistro again.
I had possibly the best pan-sauted trout fillets ever. The service is helpful and attentive and works to make the customer happy.
Excellent! Recommend it to all my friends. It is my favorite restaurant at Biltmore Estates.
The ambiance was wonderful, the food was delicious and the service great.
Great food and atmosphere. Bree was a great server
We'll be back soon.
Server was inattentive and although I shared we had a birthday nothing was done and afterward I learned they typically bring out a truffle plate. Wasn’t horrible but wasn’t spectacular. General Manager should have done more to satisfy us once I shared our dining issues.
Excellent chef with interesting and innovative food combinations
The food was outstanding. The amount served was a gracious plenty.
The waitress was quite sullen and never smiled. When we asked about non- alcoholic beverages, she only offered coke products, but didn’t suggest other options that we had at other Biltmore restaurants - “mock- tails” or pomegranate vanilla gourmet soda etc.
I had a lovely lunch at Biltmore’s Bistro. The interior was lovely. The food was delicious. It was a cold day and our hot lunch was just the ticket. I have dined at the Biltmore’s “The Dining Room” before and I actually preferred eating at the Bistro.
The food was good but not over the top. I expected more for the price. Service was good.
We had a mother and daughter weekend visiting Biltmore Estate. As part of our time at Biltmore, we enjoyed a delicious 3 course meal at the Bistro. The restaurant is situated within walking distance from the Vilkave Hotel where we were staying. The waiter was excellent that served us, the food was delicious, and the atmosphere was relaxing. We enjoyed our meal immensely.
Nice to relax there after busy day of walking and visiting the winery.
Service was good.
Great service. I had the sea bass. It was ok, nothing special. I had a bone in first bite. I definitely have had more taste in sea bass prepared elsewhere. The sun chokes were interesting.
The Bistro was very accommodating for our party of six at a large, round, corner table. The service was excellent, the menu very creative and always a great relaxing atmosphere. Our favorite place on Biltmore Estate to dine! Excellent!!!!!!!
Thank you for a great dinner! Good food, service, atmosphere.
Now that we are annual pass holders at Biltmore, it's very likely we will dine at the Bistro again. The service was excellent. Management was attentive and our food arrived as ordered.
The food was outstanding. Very delicious. We were disappointed our server either forgot to put our cheese platter order in or whatever, the food made up for it. Would go back to try something different. No doubt about it.
Host was not accommodating initially, for an incomprehensible reason. We had a reservation for 6:15 but our schedule changed and we arrived at about 5:00. The restaurant was not busy at all, only a few guests (this was 5pm on a Tuesday in the SLOW season!). The host would not seat us at first because our reservation wasn’t til 6:15. It looked like we were going to have to “cancel” the 6:15 reservation (through Open Table? Really?) and then pretend we just were just walk-ins and start over. Weird. Host had to ask the manager what to do with us. Definitely didn’t make us feel very welcome, especially since we’ve previously been accustomed to the “hospitality” being the best part of the Biltmore experience (and I have stayed at the Inn and dined at the Bistro more than 20 times over recent years).
We had a very enjoyable experience at the Bistro, although my husband needed an accessible bathroom and was unable to navigate your long stairway to the basement to go to the facilities.
The onion soup was delicious and the dessert (blueberry cheese cake) were delicious. The main entree, however, tasted terrible. It may have been the grass fed beef - because the taste was very "gamey". I have eaten at several places on the estate and this is the first place I would not recommend. Stick with Cedrics and also the best deal is the buffet at the Deer Park. Too bad that isn't on offer other than on the weekends or on Friday (I think only during the Summer).
Service was just mediocre. Waiter had a bad attitude and sloppy serving skills.
Waited long time for main course to come and when it arrived it was lukewarm.
We told the mod and nothing happened.
This was our 3rd time for dinner.
Three strikes and you are out!!
We will stick to maybe lunch..
Service and food were both very good. Sold out of the special just before we sat down. Only issue is you need to be visiting the Biltmore Estates to use the restaurant.
We were seated very quickly and the salad arrived quickly as well, but it took forever for our entree to be served. My wife and I ate entire basket of of bread and crackers waiting (40 mins after my wife finished her salad) for the entree. When waiting that long you are anxious for a great meal. It was subpar. My chicken was good but my wife’s filet had nearly no flavor. Very disappointed. Our waitress seemed more concerned about getting out there than the time it took for our food to arrive and even to make sure the kitchen knew it was taken some time for the entree to be ready.
The Bistro is one of my favorite restaurants on the Biltmore Estate. The food is fabulous, the atmosphere is amazing and the service is super. We drove from SC to have lunch at The Bistro with 3 friends. Our lunch was delicious. We enjoyed this time!
Four long-time friends gathered to celebrate the 70th birthday of one of us. Our meal (sandwiches, salads, soup) was quite tasty and we raved about the potato chips. The gluten-free menus offered enough choices to make me wonder "which do I want to order?". They were prepared from the time we were seated - they had the gluten-free menu ready, they brought gluten-free bread, and they told u s the special treats for the birthday girl were gluten-free. We had a wonderful time made better by our "Biltmore experience"!
As always, the service was outstanding, out meal was first class, and everything was delicious! My wife & I love Bristro, and recommend it with full confidence in whatever you choose to order. And do yourself a favor, order the brie appetizer...
We were turned away when we went in and was told the wait was 2 hours even though the restaurant was empty. I went outside and logged in to open table and saw all time slots were available for dinner so I made reservations for 15 minuets later and walked back in and told them I had reservations and they took us to our table. Not sure why we were told of a wait. This was disappointing treatment. The food was good and the service was ok. Not what we expected for the money.
This is a great place for dinner after a long day of touring the Biltmore Estate, gardens, shops, and winery. The server was friendly, helpful, and attentive. (but not overbearingly attentive) It was a great place to have a nice meal with friends.
We thoroughly enjoyed our delicious dinner and wonderful, attentive service. I highly recommend this restaurant!
Food was delicious. Calm and quiet during our visit so we enjoyed chatting with our friends. Plan to return.
The food was super fresh and hot. The Bistro is always outstanding!
Charming atmosphere. Good choices on lunch menu. Food was delicious.
Our favorite restaurant on the Biltmore Estate! Wonderful service that's unobtrusive; delicious locally sourced/themed menu offerings (we often get trout & chicken, but everything we've tried has been delicious); charming atmosphere (tables are nestled in tightly, so when you're getting in or out of your seat for any reason, just be mindful); and even though the crème brulee is often their most raved about dessert, the sorbet trio is absolutely delicious too!
We have eaten at the Bistro a number of times and no matter if we have been there for lunch, dinner or a special occasion; we have always gotten excellent service and fantastic food.
My favorite dessert is Creme Brulee and let me just say, the pastry chef gets 5 stars! My husband said the ribeye was the best he's ever had. Everything I had was delicious and cooked to perfection!
Went to Bisrto on Sunday for lunch Really enjoyed the fried brie for appetizer. We then had Turkey Brine sandwich also Lamb and Pork chops. Food very tasteful and presentation was excellent, Loved the athmosphere. The waitress was excellent at her job and very knowlegable. I had two glasses of the Cabernet Reserve it was really good withthe meal. I would totally recommend this Bistro to anyone. It offers alot. Excellent.