We waited 35 minutes for two crepes, which were nothing more then OK. Restaurant was half empty, so the kitchen wasn't super busy. One positive thing was our waiter, who very nice and helpful. Unfortunately, I would not return here.
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Although you can sit on the street Bistro style....the back patio was our favourite. Very quite and beautifully done it really added to the ambiance. The food was so uniquely done it really surprised us. I had the chicken in mushrooms sauce with a garlic/cheese...More
Small place that does things right. Having had the breakfast here several times and always been very happy with it. The other parts of the menu I have only tried tapas dishes, appetizers and small dishes to share and they have all been good. Service...More
I love Tulum, but as far as the food scene is concerned, it could be better. Therefore it is nice to have something different in town. My Boeuf Bourgignon proved to be a good choice, also the Crêpe Suzette for desert. And if you are...More
Le Bistro, is still delicious after all these years. Five years ago we stayed in an apartment for a month just two blocks away and enjoyed several meals here. It hasn't changed all that much; good food, good service and good prices. The Resturants in...More
I happened upon this place as it was a sweltering hot day and I saw giant fans to keep the guests cool. The waitress was wonderful and the food was superb. I do not really even like french food, but this was still delicious. A...More
I had the steak here and it was outstanding, it was also very reasonably priced. The waiter told me about some extras they add to beer, spices and salt and I had that and it was very good. I wish I would have learned of...More
Had 2 wonderful breakfasts there. Everyone in my parties really enjoyed it and it is a quaint place on a cute street. Soft boiled eggs, great bacon, coffee, .... I could go on. Nice service, great food, pleasant little courtyard.
A French restaurant in town near the second stop light when driving in from Cancun. It is run by a French national and has both porch seating adjacent to the street and a garden for dining. We went there for lunch and the cappuccino and...More