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Bistrot de Soleil - Cape Cod - Hyannis

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Bistrot de Soleil - Cape Cod - Hyannis

phelana | Sep 15, 2012 12:58 PM

I cannot believe the transformation from Harry's to an elegant restaurant. The name is French but rather diverse with an italian influence and world music in the background. My daughter and I came for a Saturday luncheon before she flew to Paris. The setting is immaculate and elegant. The waitress was quite attentive and helpful in all regards. She was really pleasant checking when needed. We shared a Baby spinach tossed with tomatoes, marinated artichoke hearts and chevre vinaigrette. The vinaigrette on the side was lovely. We enjoyed the chewy sourdough bread and whipped butter. She chose the pan seared polpettes with parmesan and fresh mozzarella cheeses, tomato sauce and angel hair pasta. She said the house made pasta was great. I enjoyed the chicken breast in panko breadcrumbs pan seared and baked with tomato sauce, mozzarella and parmesan cheese with house made linguine. We had tap water. We are light eaters so had plenty for another meal. It was a perfect pre Paris mother daughter luncheon. The bill was 41.00 including tip. This would be a great spot for a romantic evening dinner. The host and waitress, perhaps the owners greeted as we departed. Very congenial and welcoming vibe.

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