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Review of Bistro du'O

Bistro du'O
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$23 - US$55
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Good for: Romantic, Business meetings, Special Occasion Dining, Local cuisine
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Reservations
Description: Le Restaurant est ferme le lundi et le dimanche.
Reviewed 15 August 2014

What's not to like about this place? it really gives credibility to TripAdvisor whose comments persuaded us to book here. We were very lucky to get the last table some hours before dinner. Small, beautiful ambience in what looks to be a former wine cellar. don;t be mislead by the low key exterior. The setting inside is understated, decent sized tables and acceptable space between them to allow for a sense of privacy. Trattoria style menu. You can choose the seasonal menu (we did) or a more eclectic selection. The wines are cleverly listed being grouped at price points from E20 to 30 and with about twenty to choose from at each level. If so inclined you can also elect a E240 bottle of Chatau Neuf de Pap. The service was charming with the dining manager speaking excellent English and being very helpful with wine selection. One reason to return to this area is the opportunity of repeating a delightful dining experience.

1  Thank john o
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Reviewed 3 August 2014

This bistrot deservedly has excellent reviews. We ate at the bistrot because of the very positive Trip Advisor reviews, and we were not disappointed. Good food, good service and a good atmosphere. We will revisit.

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Thank 555JulianG
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Reviewed 1 August 2014

We visited it for luch on a Tuesday in October after the market. We had the three course lunch – Lorrie had the cheese plate and I had the desert. The amuse bouche was a wonderful mixture of creamy seafood served in an anchovie tin with fresh bread and black nicoise/greek olives. We had the house apperarif which was very good. We ordered a bottle of Plan de Dieu, Cotes du Rhone Vlllages, “Calendal”, 2010, Phillipe Combie et Gilles Ferran – it was very fruity with a great nose and a great finish (our server said that it was her favorite on the menu and we agree). The first course was a cépe mushroom soup with creame fraiche and olive oil served with a beef “flauta” – the soup was simply terrific. It was followed by a fish dish – crisp skin and cooked medium rare as we like it – in a broth with creamy polenta. Even my wife, who is not generally a fan of polenta, loved it (we ordered a glass of white wine with the fish course). For desert, I had the raspberry tiramissou and Lorrie had the cheese (vieuex comte, 24 mois, de Joriane Deal in Vaison) – the cheese was terrific and we’re going to search it out. The only hitch was that they brought the coffee before we had finished our wine and it got cold – we had to reorder it, but they did not charge us for it. A wonderful meal – about €100 complet.

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Thank don b
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Reviewed 27 July 2014 via mobile

Pretty room in an old building
I started with ravioles of gambas that was excellent, followed by rumsteak Thai style except for the meat that was a little tough the flavor and mini vegetables was succulent and to finish a delicious tarte au citron
I will go back and back

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Thank Rastopal
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Reviewed 20 June 2014

The chef here really knows how to mix flavours and make each dish mind blowing, wow!
We both had the menu €31 which is just a little above restaurants that have good cooks, but here you can tell it is a chef.
My entre was tuna with shredded radish and carrot and sauces that enhanced the flavours. Main was fish, crispy skin and cooked to perfection, desert tasted twice as good as it read, pineapple pieces, in a foam, with soft ice cream, yum.
The staff were excellent and helped choose wine to match our palate and our meal without going over the top.
They celebrate their first birthday tomorrow and we wish them well they deserve it.

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Thank annerob10
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