1 dinner.... how is Bistro at Maison DeVille
- Stephan Jul 11, 2001 07:21 PM
I've generally heard good things about this place (although i haven't heard much). I'm somewhat of a fussy eater (go figure!), and am a little apprehensive at the "french" part of the French/American theme that i read about.
I'll eat boneless chicken, shrimp, pasta (without duck or some other exotic mixture), or filet mignon... will there be one of these available on the menu.
Is there another suggestion? It'll just be me and my fiancee, in August.(btw, NOLA is closed for vacation while we're there).
Thanks in advance.
The Bistro at Maison DeVille will be most accommodating. When you make your reservation just tell Patrick, the maitre d', of your concerns, and he will take care of you. No problem. If anything, the Bistro serves understated simple fare, resting on the quality of their foodstuff, rather than fancy technique. The chef there, Greg Piccolo, is an up and coming young man, who like many solid chefs prefers to work at a tiny restaurant with a fine front end.