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Petit Robert Bistro review

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Petit Robert Bistro review

Mini | May 9, 2005 08:15 AM

We went for dinner on Friday night and Brunch on Sunday.
On Friday we ordered Pate, French Onion Soup, Lobster Bisque, the Lamb and the Beef Bourguignon. Desert was creme Brulee and desert sushi. We ordered the Calera Pinot noir as the wine.
The Pate was huge and varied, it was good. The Baguette was amazing. The soups were both were tasty, the french onion was a little sweet. The Bisque was yummy, there was one piece of lobster meat in it.
The lamb was tender and amazing(the best dish we had).
The beef was fatty and I could not eat even one piece.
The sauce was good. The desert sushi was so pretty yet so bland!!! The creme brulee was nice. The wine was very good and reasonable.
Service was great. It was a very nice dinner, the food was good not amazing, the atmosphere is really cozy.
Brunch was a family event. We had the cheese plate which was good not great, the vegan pate and the soup of the day. The soup was vert tasty. I had the crab roll, which was maki and a salad(very small serving).
The chicken crepe was dark meat and I heard it was tasty. Hot Dog was good as well. The eggs Benedict seemed to be the best. Desert was apple tarte(very good)and Napaleon espresso(hard to eat). Overall good food...a little to close to Fenway
so during a game it could be a parking nightmare.

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