Bistro Daisy is located in a small, former house, on Magazine Street. The interior is small, with 16 tables located a bit close together; not really a problem, but not as comfortable as it could be. The staff are knowledgeable and friendly and contributed to a fun evening of good food. The food is creative, with a nod toward Southern and a little French. Our meals (the black drum special and the porcini dusted chicken) were both very good, the chicken was particularly well-prepared. Our starters of crab and beets, and seared yellow fin tuna were also very enjoyable.
Although I liked the atmosphere, it was a bit bare inside and could use a little more color and detail. Overall, this was an enjoyable meal, in a nice atmosphere, with very friendly and helpful staff.
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