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Pierrot on a snowy night

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Pierrot on a snowy night

chownow | Jan 9, 2005 09:58 AM

Had a cozy and delicious experience last night. The restaurant was full but service was friendly and attentive.

The bread basket lived up to the hype. Flaky, light and fresh. We started with the smoked salmon appetizer which came with a yummy horseradish creme. Next salads and a gorgeous lobster bisque - not too creamy, rich tomato base, with lots a' lobstah! I was also impressed with the generous size of the bisque, large enough for a meal. For entrees, beef burgundy and chicken cordon bleu. The chicken came with a lovely medley of veggies, inclding brussel sprouts (my favorite) and a potato cake. Beef was tender and succulent in a hearty but not too heavy wine stock. For dessert, chocolate mousse and profiteroles in chocolate sauce. The desserts were OK but not memorable.

The entire meal plus a glass of wine each (btw, the wine glasses are tall and well-filled, one glass lasted the meal) plus tip came to $97. We departed into the snowy night fully sated and fortified. I can't wait to go back and bring suburban friends to this hidden corner of Paris in Boston's West End.

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