recently ate there, place is well done, light woods, nice bar, food is just fair, onion soup good, potato soup not, good salads, fish dish mediocre, gnocchi fair, service fair, would I go back, no
Live in Pelham and have gone once. I enjoyed my dinner quite a bit. Had the frisee with lardons to start and the double cut pork chop. Both plates were delicious. Wine list leaves a lot to be desired. Pelham certainly benefits from a place like Rollin though: elegant, well-prepared food, somewhat sophisticated ambiance. One last thing, don't expect a Manhattan type of experience. Bistro Rollin's main clientele is composed by the older set. We're in our early 30s; couple we went with are in their mid to late 30s. We were the youngest people there on a Friday night by a good 25 years. Not exactly a kicking scene.