Outstanding food. My favorite restaurant in PC. The food is outstanding, especially the last few months. Everything I have ordered is beyond great... I love the atmosphere and the employees are professional without being stuffy and pretentious. It reminds me so much of the Parisian restaurants I have frequented over th last 20 years, without the attitude. Love it !
Bouillabaisse, Lamb Shank. Usually when it is a special occasion I don't tell anyone because it is such a let down when they don't make you feel special. But we felt so special when we celebrated our anniversary here. Everyone was warm and friendly and the food and service were excellent. We will be back for a regular occasion. Lovely!
Best Lamb Shank ever and we loved the Bar upstairs. This is really a great little Bistro in the middle of Main Street. The food is always excellent and the servers are knowledgable about the menu and wine list. Just like a Paris Bistro only better because it's in Park City. The decor is neat. We love to sit on the patio during the day, it's a great place to sit and watch people walk by. The Bar upstairs is very cozy and friendly. Great music by a guy named Tony Oros when we were there last, he's really talented and knows a lot of songs.
Baked Brie Appetizer, Thai Spring Rolls, Chicken with Polenta & Almond Crusted Trout.
We found this restaurant to be such a delight. First of all, there was plenty of parking behind the restaurant. When we entered, the Hostess was friendly and made us feel welcome. Jake, our busboy was adorable. The dining room is gorgeous, so chic!
There were 6 of us and we all had an excellent meal, that's hard to beat. The food was delicious and the staff very professional. Our dinner was unhurried but we never felt that we had to wait for our food. We enjoyed every minute of the experience and can't wait to go back.
Great Bistro. A very pleasant bistro on Main Street in Park City. The menu is not large but has enough variety to please most folks. Dont miss the lamb shank entree or the Thai spring roll appetizers. Onion soup is decent as well. Service is efficient without being hurried.
luv it. This is a great restaurant, very small and intimate.Reminds me of a real Paris Bistro. The food is really great and the staff is friendly and professional. The prices are not too high compared to other restaurants on Main Street in Park City. A real find! Great little bar upstairs with professional musicians. Take you date there, it's a refreshing change.
local. This is a beautiful, charming restaurant on Main Street. Great location center of town. Very professional staff and excellent food. You'll love it.
Nice Outdoor Dining. Good food, service & value. We enjoyed lunch on a weekday afternoon. The host and server were equally accomodating to our 70-year-old grandmother and my 2-year-old nephew. We were able to relax and enjoy the good food & atmosphere. Nice.
Good food, friendly staff. We took an out of town guest here last night, and we were very pleased with everything. All of our food was very good: brie appetizer, green salad, goat cheese ravioli, boulliabase. The service was friendly and efficient. We will certainly come back in the future and feel completely comfortable taking our guests here.
Upscale American bistro, set on Park City's picturesque main drag, serves uneven food in an otherwise smart setting..
Charming yet stylish, Bistro 412 blends perfectly with Main Street's eateries and pricey boutiques. The first floor is crowded with oversized booths and linen-covered tables; wood accents and light bulbs strung from silver cords make the quaint dining room almost chic. Upstairs, in the smoke-free bar, a slightly rowdier crowd, favoring bottled beers over cosmos, noshes from the same menu.
Famished? Start with an appetizer. Service is notoriously slow, and entrees are modestly sized. Wild mushroom strudel--a medley of diced mushrooms and goat cheese in a flaky phyllo crust--is a light and delicious must-try. Otherwise ordinary coconut shrimp are complemented by exceptional spicy mango vinaigrette. The owner singles out celery root-and-horseradish-crusted salmon as a house favorite--exceptional, yes, but sides (overly cheesy gratin potatoes and a pile of limp green beans) fall flat. Saffron-and-goat cheese raviolis also disappoint, because sweet and creamy butter-sage sauce does little to compensate for the obvious lack of filling.
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