One of the best restaurants in town. Love love everything on their menu! Would highly recommend to anyone visiting the city!
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The dinner menu is a bit "recherchee" as in, you don't often find "that" at the supermarket, but the wait staff are very good at translating and finding the right companion wine! and the food ideas are way more interesting than across the street (mundane)....More
Cerebral in more ways than one, Bistro Olivieri has an eclectic bookstore as a front and brains in the kitchen. The chef Selven is fresh out from stints at the aristocracy of chefs including Toqué in Montreal and Le Panache in Quebec City The stars...More
Great experience. The only thing missing at brunch is regular coffee with complimentary refills. The food and service were excellent.
I went to Olivieri (Bistro in a Bookstore) on Thursday evening. The Terrace is welcoming and make you feel you are in a garden. I had oysters and Fish. The portions are not big but are very tasty. Their cheese plate is very good as...More
Fancy brunch menu with a twist. Locally sourced ingredients and lots of meat based goodness. Think croque monsieur, duck crepes, steak and egg... The deserts are beautiful, portion are sized nicely and flavours are perfectly balanced. The atmosphere is nice as well :)
small menu but very nice. Changes daily and very enjoyable. Nice ambiance at the rear of a book shop adjoining Hotel Terrace Royal.
For a place like this-that makes food that seemed to be based on what people ate in France in the 15th-17th century era, the menu should not be only in French. It is an insult to tourists. I ate something that the waiter was not...More
Having enjoyed the Bistro Olivieri on an earlier trip I decided to check it out again, doing a lunch one day and dinner the following evening. At dinner we threaded our way through a pleasant book-signing in the gathering space between the books and the...More