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a small informal restaurant

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BISTRO Qui - the team behind the popular Bistro Pierre, Franc and Jacques restaurants - looks set to add another venue to its Liverpool portfolio.
Bistro Pierre, one of the five restaurants currently run by Bistro Qui Picture: IAN COOPER
A new restaurant, 18 Oz American Bistro, has officially opened at One to One Hotel - The Village in Abu Dhabi.
The restaurant's concept features a bistro dining experience in a designed and sleek environment under the American Culture theme.
One to One Hotel the Village team has announced the inauguration of the 18 Oz American Bistro in the presence of Richard Eason, Counsellor for Political and Economic Affairs at the US Embassy.
Both restaurants, along with bistros in Preston and Wigan, are still open and will be sold as going concerns by auctioneers Christie & Co.
La Frite's traditional bistro menu of quiches, omelettes, crepes, chicken frites, steak frites and the like gradually picked up a few pasta dishes, both the noodle types and ravioli with either lobster or portobello mushroom stuffing, also pizzas just like many of the bistros in France, especially in the southern regions, did.
Today's announcement formally credits RGA as uWink's architecture firm for the design of the initial uWink Media Bistro restaurants.
At Le Petit Bistro down the street, you could enjoy an early weekday deal on Maine lobster and pommes frites.
95 two-course, prix-fixe offering by the Wine Bistro, 11915 Ventura Blvd.
Comments: It calls itself a bistro, but it's really a fashionable restaurant of somewhat continental persuasion with perhaps the prettiest dining room in the Valley and a clientele of mature celebrities and diamond-bedecked dowagers.
But in its first few months, Bistrot Provencal has yet to make the impact of other local bistros - Mimosa, Cafe Bizou, Pastis, Le Petit Bistro - which seem to define the L.
Oetker of Bielefeld, Germany (Fax: 521-1553030), used the occasion of the Anuga food fair in Koln to improve and repackage its Bistro line of baguette products.
by Bridgit Keenan, a British diplomat's wife in Kazakhstan says, "There are some Russian words that we all know without realising it: bolshoi for 'big' (Bolshoi Ballet), bistro for 'quick' (the story goes that when the Russians invaded Paris after the battle of Waterloo, Russian soldiers in French restaurants always wanted their food served quickly and would shout "Bistro, bistro" until bistro became the name of a place serving meals quickly).
And its newest, French 75 Bistro in Burbank, can set you back some hefty bucks for a couple of dinners.