A couple weeks ago the hubby and I were invited to sample a 3 course meal at a new restaurant here in Cardiff, Le Bistrot Pierre. Seeing as it's not long since we came back from France and sampled lots of fantastic French cuisine, it had a lot to live up to!
The decor inside really reminded me of 'Au Bureau' which is the restaurant we ate at every day we were in Bergerac, this was like a fancier version of that. Our waitress was Veronica, she was super friendly and happy to go back and forth asking the kitchen if their cheese was vegetarian (I'll come back to that). Chris had a glass of St Jean wine to go with his steak, and I opted for an orange juice and lemonade (since I can't drink at the moment due to being pregnant).
My choices from the menu (baked camembert, onion tarte and gateau au miel)
Chris' favourite dessert is creme brulee, so as soon as he saw this on the menu, it was going to be his! He loved that it wasn't made up to be all fancy with special biscuits, fruit and a fancy flavour - he likes creme brulee nice and plain - this one was vanilla, which was delicious!
We really loved our meal here and would definitely go back there, the service was great, the ambience, the food (fantastic!), the only negative (and there's always one), was that meals marked with a green 'v' for vegetarian, didn't have vegetarian cheese in. I'd expect anything with a green v to be 100% suitable for vegetarians and safe, and I was disappointed that this wasn't. But obviously, I'm in a minority there :)
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