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a small informal restaurant

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Many of the celebrities that have visited the Gansevoort Turks & Caicos look forward to their next trip to the resort and meal at the Bagatelle Beach Club and Bistrot and had the following to say of their experience:
Robert Beacham, Bistrot Pierre co-founder, said: "We have spent years creating a restaurant brand firmly focused on great value French dining and fresh food.
I also love the food and ambience of Bouchon Bistrot in Hexham, where I love to go for a special occasions and my favourite pub has to be Crown Posada in Newcastle.
Outside France, it's hard to find a more authentic Gallic restaurant than Bistrot Verite in Birkdale.
That's the address where 62 Bistrot recently opened and is receiving guests with genuine French hospitality.
Because of this lack of knowledge of stuff from across the Channel, it was with some trepidation that I arrived at Le Bistrot Romance, a swish-looking French munchery in Birmingham city centre.
BACK in St Peter Port we have dinner at Christies Bistrot Bar and Restaurant (01481 726624, www.
And for a dining experience that will have you longing for Paris, try a plate of steak frites and a bottle of vin rouge at cramped, noisy Bistrot du Coin.
Stop in at one of two nearby eateries - Margot Bistrot Cafe at 26 Prince Street between Mott and Elizabeth Streets, or Mekong, a Vietnamese restaurant at 44 Prince Street between Mort and Mulberry Streets.
Right: How the new Le Bistrot Pierre could look inside <B
Loungers will join Le Bistrot Pierre, Las Iguanas, Nandos, Chiquito, GBK, Prezzo and Cosmo and will be located close to Cineworld, an eightscreen multiplex cinema.
Surtout que les informations circulant le lendemain du deces de ce jeune coiffeur confirment que ce dernier est un client habituel de ce bistrot et que le jour de sa mort, il n'avait pas quitte le bar durant toute la journee.
So the many full tables at Le Bistrot Pierre in Cardiff on the first day of the working week were the first sign that choosing to eat here was a good call.
One of the hardest fought categories was Best European Restaurant, with four good Italians facing the solitary but strong French candidate, Bouchon Bistrot.
There was arguably a French feel to the place which reminded me of Bistrot Verite up in Birkdale, which is arguably one of the best French restaurants around.