Wednesday, February 22, 2017

French Bistro


I've mentioned Vincent Restaurant before with photos of the outside of the main restaurant.  There is another side to Vincent, a more casual place called Vincent Market Bistro.  It's located right behind the main restaurant.  I've gone there often for lunch but, I hadn't been in months so I went recently and enjoyed it once again.


The main restaurant is a fine dining French restaurant.  I've eaten there several times on special occasions like birthday celebrations.  The bistro is smaller and serves classic bistro food at a fixed price for lunch.


The decor in the bistro is truly authentic French bistro.  You really can picture yourself sitting in a tiny cafe somewhere in France.


The lunch includes delicious croissants with homemade strawberry preserves, the lunch entree of your choice and a surprise dessert.  On the day I was there, the surprise dessert was a classic French apple tart.  Delicious!

11 comments:

Karl Demetz said...

Looks like a rustic place, I like it !

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh my gosh that French apple tart looks divine Sharon.. we're definitely going there when I come over ☺☺

Mersad said...

I would love to visit there. It's really great!

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Christine said...

Very Gallic and how delicious looking is that apple dessert!

Bill Nicholls said...

Looks very French and the food looks very good

Steve Reed said...

Looks great! Dave would love that place. He's always up for old-school French.

Judy said...

Looks nice. I could eat an apple tart right about now.

William Kendall said...

That tart looks tasty! The place looks inviting.

Lowell said...

It appears warm and clean and cozy and that dessert just topped off your delicious post!

bill burke said...

Looks like a fantastic place to visit and have a bite to eat. The apple tart, I wish I had one right now to go with my coffee. Great pics, Sharon.

Jack said...

I love this kind of little place. And I don't know how you had the self-discipline to photograph the tart before diving in!