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A LIttle Bit of Paris in South Park

A LIttle Bit of Paris in South Park

Review of: The Butler & the Chef Bistro
By: Janet Glasser
Rating: 4
Read review on Judy’s Book.

I can’t believe I haven’t been here sooner, given that it’s so close to our apartment. Having exhausted all of our other Saturday lunch options in our neighborhood, we decided to give the Butler and the Chef Bistro in South Park a try. We were very pleasantly surprised – it is a very cute place with a real French feel – lots of French decor (and French music playing) and really cool cafe tables and chairs. I had an excellent Croque Monsieur that I’m still thinking about even the next day. The coffee was good as well; I’m going to note this as a new possible option for coffee-to-go in the area.

Their menu is made up of classic dishes that one would find in a Parisian bistro, including soup, salad, quiche, crepes and baguette sandwiches. One of the greatest things about the Butler and the Chef is that it’s open 7 days a week, which is great since most of the places around us are closed. The prices are a little high (the Croque Monsieur was $10, coffee was $2), but the food is of excellent quality, and the portions are substantial. Two chocolate truffles accompany the check, which is a nice touch. I’m looking very forward to trying some more of their dishes.

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