Bistro La Bon
- 10AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
First time coming for brunch. Food was ok, bacon tasty chicken fried rice really salty. Potatoes seasoned very well. Would not get brisket or macaroni and cheese again. Bellini was really strong and good, just wished they sold them by the pitcher.
Love this place. It was such a nice surprise to have the 3 course meal option for Halloween weekend. My filet was cooked perfectly, and the bourbon brioche bread pudding was fantastic. Our servers were attentive and the staff was friendly. The atmosphere and vibe were casual and chill. Constructive feedback, was that my stuffed pepadew app was small (but delicious), 5 instead of 3, would have been perfect. And the mocktails were 8 bucks, with no alcohol. Lame. But we'll be back, food and service were what we had hoped for.
Was our first time going to this restaurant and we were pleased with the service and with our food. We got the lamb meatballs, caesar salad, seafood mac n cheese, and duck. It all tasted great, can't go wrong with any of it. My wife got an Elderberry Mule and it was really good, and I'm not a huge drinker either but we both enjoyed it. Definitely recommend for a nice night out.
This place is great. Went on a weeknight, so there was no wait. Had a jalapeo basil martini- wow! Dishes had a European-American feel. Scallops were great!
Brunch buffet, reasonably priced. The food was soooooo good! I'd especially like to highlight the French toast! Food dislike: the grits had a huge lump of something that looked like cornmeal in it. We were able to walk in and be seated with no reservation even though they were extremely busy. The only downside was that the table was extremely small and We were seated next to the only other black couple in the restaurant . Our plates were left on the tables while our made to order food arrived so we ate with dirty dishes still on the table. The food is enough to make me go back though. Parking was in the back of the building and it was extremely tight but free. There was ONE empty space luckily.