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5-min walk from Exit B2, Wan Chai MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
27826689
Introduction
A restaurant operated by a wine distributor and French chef, it provides good quality French wine paired with modern French dishes. Wine-pairing menu is available also. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sat
12:00 - 23:00
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash AE UnionPay
Number of Seats
60
Other Info
Online Reservation
Wi-Fi
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine
Phone Reservation
Reward Dining Points
Delivery
10% Service Charge
About Reward Scheme
Review (48)
Level4 2021-02-22
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COVID-19 全球大流行!抗疫1年,生活習慣改變了!其中包括:不聚餐工作日午餐,多數自己1個人吃。今次試了位於灣仔小酒館的set lunch:#餐前麵包:1個人給了3片法包,算多的!#Starter:3選1,點了慢煮溫泉蛋配蘑菇和芝士泡泡,好好味!本餐亮點!#Main course:3選1,點了是日鮮魚,應該是煎鱸魚,肉質很嫩,好吃!#Dessert:3選1,點了迷你朱古力心太軟配雪糕,滿足!#咖啡:加38元配了杯香濃咖啡,喜歡!食物水準高!定價合理!不足是餐桌排得太擠,疫情下,應當保持社交距離,短期内不會再來! continue reading
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Level1 2021-01-29
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人多,茶餐廳既服務。最慘係……睇下碟牛扒啲 渣!!!我未試過食牛扒食到咁嬲。另外,今日陪朋友慶祝生日,要求喺朋友甜品隻碟度寫 happy birthday.餐廳居然喺我碟甜品度寫 happy birthday嘩,真心推介。 continue reading
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Level1 2020-12-27
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4人分兩枱進餐。兩人點了daily 3-course set-lunch $198, 2人點$368 Festive Lunch , Starter: Cured Salmon Gravlax (3 big pieces, fresh !) main Course: Grilled Hokkaido Scallop (底層是truffle sauce)Dessert: Rose & raspberry Macaron, Rasperry sorbet (yummy!)Another 3 course set-lunchslow-Cooked eggBeef tartare ; Gnocchi A la Parisienne Dessert : chocolate foundant, ice-cream總括來說 餐廳依舊味道好,由頭盤到甜品都好! continue reading
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Level4 2020-10-27
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Le Bistro just changed their Head Chef about a month ago and I went there for dinner for the first time. Previously I have been there for lunch once, about a year ago, and wasn't too impressed. This time was however a totally different experience, and I was quite impressed with most of their dishes. In addition to their regular printed menu, there were also some daily specials on the blackboard. First off, it should be mentioned that their sourdough with butter was really good. It had just the right acidity, softness and moisture on the inside, and the crust was slightly crunchy and not overly chewy. For starter we had Hokkaido scallops carpaccio with granny smith apple and shallot cream, which was quite nice and refreshing. Moving on to the next dish, we had the slow-cooked egg with truffle and girolle mushrooms, which was just SO fragrant. I especially liked the emulsion and the whole dish just felt so creamy yet not heavily at all. For middle course we had the daily fish with yellow wine sauce and butternut puree. The daily fish was sole, and honestly I had never had sole fish that had this much flavour (my previous experience with sole, even at fine-dining restaurants, was always that it was very bland), so I was naturally quite surprised. But the best part of the dish was the yellow wine sauce, which tasted great in itself and complemented the fish very well. The highly anticipated main course was pigeon and foie gras pithivier, which was one of their signatures since before Chef Léa, and one which I had always had interest in. The pastry was very nicely done, flaky and buttery, and neither too thick nor too thin. The pigeon was also cooked to a perfect medium and tasted great. The foie gras was, however, overcooked especially on the upper portion near the pastry crust. Overall the dish was a very good one, and just needs some fine-tuning. Finally, for desserts we had chocolate fondant and pear & almond tart. I wouldn't say these were very remarkable, but I did enjoy them and happily ended the meal on a sweet note. Le Bistro is an excellent restaurant of its kind and offers much more than average bistro fare. One can feel that a lot of thought, effort and passion is put into the design and execution of each dish. Would love to come back and highly recommend to anyone who is looking for some nice French food in a laid-back setting. continue reading
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Level1 2020-10-26
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I have ordered a lunch set with green salad for appetizer, duck breast for main and poached pear for dessert. The salad is, well, just a salad, but the duck breast fell short of expectation. It’s too chewy and I would say a bit too raw (probably below medium). I had to give up half way through it. The poached pear was nice though. The bigger problem of the place, however, was service which they had none. The male manager put up a poker face throughout the whole time I was there, making him look like the unhappiest person in the city. I was surprised of his attitude, esp when business was so bad during the pandemic. To be fair, the waitress was nice. continue reading
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