The Food Bistro
The best bistro food recipes, from mussels with caramelized fennel and leeks to the classic strip steak frites with bearnaise butter.
392 Ashton Lane Austin TX 78753
We are a quick meal bistro to provide you with food on the go. Enjoy our variety of meals and snacks every day to satisfy your tastebuds. Delicious bread and Swedish cheese is always getting baked to keep the aroma alive.
Restaurants & Eateries
Enjoy dining with your family and friends at our sweet and warm dining area.
Get only the freshest organic vegetables and meat at your plate prepared by our finest chefs.
Enjoy great combos and meals at the best prices without compromising on taste.
Quality Healthy Food Options
Switch to a healthier diet with our well-planned menu. We serve you as many greens as possible with the deliciousness of meat of your choice.
Enjoy an energetic plate of brunch to keep yours from getting hungry for the rest of the day.
Enjoy our fresh organic salads with various oils and sauces to keep the tang in the meat and vegetables.
Complete your meal with a delicious bite of pastry and other sweet bakery items or pack some for your office.
Swedish Meatball Plate
Juicy meatballs served with hot sauces and a fresh green salad for the perfect chomp and crunch.
Try out our special shrimp sandwich and become our regular customer for this irresistible saucy bite.
Braised Pork Shank
Order our chef’s special pork shank marinated and cooked in low flame for perfection.
What a delicious brunch that I have had after a long time. I would like to mention that the salad and meat proportion was a bit odd, but I guess that is for keeping me healthy. I loved it anyway till the last bite.
This is currently my favourite restaurant to dine at. The service is amazing, and I am getting to know the staff as I keep coming in every day. It is a quiet and bright environment to make me feel comfortable and relaxed.
Without bistros, Paris captures us in an uninspiring tour simply because bistros have been at the heart of French culture – inevitable. The conventional bistro with its cheerful cuisine is the quintessence of Paris dining, but this fetish had ebbed away. Presently, the contemporary wave of chefs has restored this former passion and thereby succoured in ushering a modern finesse to the classic bistro and encouraging the genesis of neo-bistro.
Le Bistrot Paul Bert
Restaurateur Bertrand Aboyneau deserves an accolade for the work of art he created 14 years ago, adhering to the old-fashioned film genre in Paris bistros that the world raves about. Even to this day, a tremendous knockout, with its appetizing traditional French music, retro atmosphere – shaped by old enamel advertisement and splintered tile floors, and an exceptional wine listing. The menu comprises of classics including steak au poivre and roast lamb, with just the right amount of seasonal vegetables. A cheese lover would be ecstatic after a cheese platter, coupled with a homemade souffle flavour—a celestial experience.
Josephine “Chez Dumonet”
For that succulent auburn experience of pre-war Paris, this charming bistro on the sophisticated street in saint Germain is extortionate but worth every penny. The reason being old-fashioned bistro cooking in Paris has altered into an expensive and remarkable affair. This 1880 vintage bistro satiates that traditional craving of yours from morel mushrooms, truffles, and country ham to boeuf bourguignon.
Argentine-born Raquel Carena’s trendy bistro is the panacea for those who want to relish la vie Boheme in Belleville. Carena is a self-made woman who had relocated to Paris 25 years ago, and her cooking is an amalgamation of France, South America, North Africa, and Spain. The dishes range from tuna tartare with black cherries to ox cheeks braised with citrus fruits, carrots, onion, and red wine. At the same time, her husband runs the organic wine lists in the city—the perfect getaway for the great chefs of Paris.
This bistro, which is now 20 years old, is a perfect example of the success of the Neo-Bistro Movement in France in the early 1990s. A charming bistro with a glimmering ceiling and oatmeal-and-taupe lined wallpaper next to the Palais Royal. This bistro is owned by former sous-chef at the three-star Le Bristol, and this history can be perceived in the flawless technique that makes his cuisine unique. The variety of food ranges from a starter of foie gras, to duck breast-studded pate en croute, to chicken served with a delicate sauce and basmati rice.
Concealed in the Latin Quarter, chef Christophe Philippe’s elegant bistro with red-painted walls and wooden tables is a feast that one should indulge in for savouring that modern French bistro dishes. And it is the sole bistro that remains open on Saturday and Sunday when most bistros are closed.