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Fiddlehead Bistro report - Twisp WA


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Fiddlehead Bistro report - Twisp WA

curtA | Oct 1, 2002 07:32 PM

Having read several posts in the past about the Fiddlehead, we decided to give it a shot. Reservations on Saturday were available for either the first seating or late. We decided to try for dinner on Sunday. The Fiddlehead has only about 10 tables. When we arrived, they were only half full. A guitarist played nice instrumental music in the background. Apparently they have an ever-changing menu. We had a clam and chorizo starter, with an endless basket of artisan bread, and some Falesco Vitiano. My wife chose the swordfish on a bed of lemon risotto. She had the mint infused plum sauce served on the side. (It made a nice little dessert.) I had the pappardel with pears and walnuts (and garlic). My son had a custom penne with grilled lemon chicken breast and fresh parm. Everything was very tasty! It was our server’s first night on the job. She was both very attentive and pleasant. I would recommend the Bistro to anyone traveling in the area. We will stop again.

Has anyone tried them for lunch?

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