Well-trained professionals who have been involved in several restaurant ventures together, Head Chef John Tully and restaurateur Kenneth Meere opened Bistrot d’Orsay in 1996. As soon as you step inside, you are transported to a bistro in Montmartre. The decor is straight from La Belle Epoque, which creates an intimate atmosphere fit for a date before a show at the neighbouring Regent Theatre.
Bistrot d’Orsay offers its lucky patrons an award-winning wine list and a classic French bistro menu. With an enticing aroma, goat cheese soufflé is a must-have dish. It is served with a beetroot and orange compote, which adds a fruity tang, and is garnished with a frisée and walnut salad. The rustic coq au vin will make your mouth water. Braised free-range chicken is combined with button mushrooms, lardons and baby potatoes in a divine white wine reduction.
PSST! While you’re enjoying your meal, look up and feast your eyes on the Renaissance-style trompe l’oeil on the ceiling.