Website is still up, phone still works, but they are no longer at 2436 14th St NW, Washington, DC. Restaurant there is Creme, and they said the Bistro is long gone. ???
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This restaurant is on the north fringe of 14th St NW just north of Florida. It was empty when we dined on a Friday night-no buzz-but they play nice jazz music. The waiters were friendly and helpful. The food was ordinary-cod fritters were mostly bread with little flavor. Thai mussels were large-it had shrimp but no scallops and eggplant as... More
We adored la Bonne when it was located on U Street. Amazing food, great atmosphere, it was our go-to neighborhood place. The new location has the same great food (though some of our beloved dishes are not on the menu any longer). Unfortunately, the new space is simply lacking in ambience and in our opinion needs to be completely redecorated.
I went to Bistro la Bonne again in its new location and if anything, it was even better than before. The Happy Hour special has got to be one of the best deals in the whole city. If you come between 5 and 7 pm, for $15 you can choose one of two moules (mussels) sauces, frites and a glass... More
When we first walked in we weren't sure. But we sat down at the bar, ordered wine and beer and a plate of steak tartar and a salad to split. When it came, we loved it so much we ordered another plate of the steak tartar! It came with a nice side salad with a tangy dressing and a great... More
While looking for a place to go dancing we stopped at this charming little place, we ordered drinks and appetizers, the pate was very good, really like the music they were playing and the service was very good even though they were quite busy, awesome atmosphere!
Perhaps a Sunday evening dinner post-holidays is not a fair measure of the restaurant, but the food was unsatisfactory, the ambience uncomfortable and uninviting, and the overall experience poor. Diners' various steak dishes appeared unappetizing and were tough, and the cassoulet lacked any duck confit and lamb as advertised, but it did have some type of sausage to accompany the... More
Charming small bistro with a bar right on busy U Street. Although it was a Sunday night, the restaurant was nearly full. We ordered two large pots of mussels which came with a generous serving of fries. There are several varieties of preparation for the mussels, and we had the classic moules mariniere, which had tons of garlic! And a... More
We ate outside and had a lovely brunch. We shared onion soup, excellent escargot, and the 2 egg signature La Bonne breakfast which came with a nice salad, bacon, sausage, and we chose poached eggs. Everything was very good. Our server was nice and friendly and we had an enjoyable and relaxing time watching the people walk by while we... More
We dined at 6:15 pm Sunday before a 7:30 performance nearby. Perhaps because it was early, service was good. The food was very good, and the menu included booth full dinners and lighter fare.
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