• Kristin Kim

    I have dined multiple times at this restaurant since the first week it opened and I have never been disappointed. Dare I say that I like it better than Excelsior! I have introduced many friends to Bistro du Midi’s delicious food and warm atmosphere. I love the pumpkin barbajans, beet salad with a special goat cheese, and the beef daube. It’s a great place for a date, a friendly get together, or a business dinner. Having a friendly sommelier on hand is always nice too. I’ve even blogged about it! http://fleuririsee.blogspot.com/search?q=bistro+du+midi

  • Bern

    My wife and I are foodies and have enjoyed traveling in France and the US. As the reviewer indicates the fish is excellent and is reminiscent of Le Bernardin. However I found the meat dishes also excellent. The serive and wine list both strike the right balance of friendliness and professionalism. Unlike the reviewer, I found the atmoshere very like many places in Provence and quite appealing – not doubt why Mistral has a somewhat similar look. Bistro du Midi has a great view and is an excellent addition ot the Boston food scene.

  • Guess

    I’ve been to BDM several times since its opening seeing as it is less than a block from my apartment. The food is amazing. I’ve never had a bad meal. The bar/cafe area downstairs leaves something to be desired. They use to have some great bartenders but apparently they’ve moved on and in their place, bland showpieces who clearly don’t know what it takes to keep people coming back. If you want a great meal this is your place just steer clear of the bar.

  • Guess

    I’ve been to BDM several times since its opening seeing as it is less than a block from my apartment. The food is amazing. I’ve never had a bad meal. The bar/cafe area downstairs leaves something to be desired. They use to have some great bartenders but apparently they’ve moved on and in their place, bland showpieces who clearly don’t know what it takes to keep people coming back. If you want a great meal this is your place just steer clear of the bar.