I love French food and I've heard so much about this place that I had to drop in. After my visit I can't say that I feel the same as other who have raved about this place. The atmosphere was nice and so was the service , but the food wasn't the star . It was lunch time and I wanted something lite so, I tried the Crisped Duck Confit with frisée salad and potatoes. The duck was good , but the sauce didn't have much of a flavor. The salad well ... I could have done without, but the potatoes were decent. All and all the meal wasn't bad, but based on what I was told it didn't knock my socks off. I will try them again because I'm always willing to give a restaurant one more chance. My friend had the seafood pasta and she said it was amazing. On my next trip I'm going to try my all time favorite French dish which is Coq Au Vin. Now if this isn't where I need it to be I'm going to have to make this my last trip. This is still a nice place to meet up for drinks and the staff is amazing.
I'm a critic when it comes to restaurants and peasant bistro is superb! The salmon and asparagus was excellent and cooked just right. The service was great! David was my waiter and he never missed a beat! He knows his job well and gave me a tour of the restaurant. I highly recommend going there for lunch and bring your friends!
A very pretty, light, and airy restaurant located in Krog Street Market. I came for their oyster special - they have a daily oyster happy hour from 5-7. You can't find a better, most consistent deal in town. We sat at the raw bar and ordered a few dozen oysters - great, fun staff that talked with us as they shucked!