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.