Established in July 2009, Bistro Du Vin is fully committed to delivering a truly authentic dining experience in a French Bistro. No effort or expense has been spared in creating an ambience typical of a similar establishment in France, from the furnishing right down to the convivial service style, music and memorabilia decorating its walls. Demystifying French food, Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road focuses on an array of traditional dishes all across France.
At Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road, the team around Philipp Pau serves honest and hearty traditional French Food. Take a step into the bistro on Zion Road and escape into a different world filled with joie de vivre to spare, where families, friends, and colleagues gather to have a convivial moment. Savourez La France! The bustling bistro filled with quirky memorabilia will transport you to a little corner of France. Bistro Du Vin is a homey and fun place for guests to enjoy hearty country French dishes.
The team at Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road believe that food is more than just for survival – it's the best ingredient to relish life with your loved ones over a memorable meal. At Bistro Du Vin, it’s all about friends serving friends. The dishes are prepared from traditional recipes with the freshest ingredients possible – but without the fuss and pomp usually associated with the “French Fine Dining” restaurant. Here, you have quality and quantity. Yes, that’s possible.
Food was excellent. I had the lamb shank, very tender. Sauce was tomato based, very tasty. My companion had the plaice fish (daily special) which came with boiled potatoes (soft but not mushy) and sauteed button mushrooms. Potatoes and mushrooms were good. Fish had too many bones, but that was the fish not the chef.
Great lunch set - had smoked duck breast salad, beef bourginon with french fries, chocolate tart with raspberry sorbet, black coffee and a carafe of house red. Decent portions (sometimes lunch set offers are cheaper but give tiny portions) and good old french comfort food. A bit expensive ($32++ for the lunch set not including the wine). Not crowded (Mon 12pm) and attentive service.
Excellent service with the crowd on Valentine's Day notwithstanding. The staff were knowledgeable, patient and courteous and the food was excellent, portion size, preparation, temperature, freshness... all superlative! We had the King Fish and Lamb as well as the Charcuterie.... everything was delicious. The wine pairings suggested were also spot on.
Attentive service, quait atmosphere. Most importantly, the food is very tasty. I highly recommend trying the authentically French recipes, since it is a French restaurant! If you are interested, the waiters and owner (if he's around) will also be more than happy to help with the wine pairing.
We had a great time! Food was good and service staff attentive. The champagne and wine were lovely. We ordered a few starters to share between the two of us and end our meal with 2 delicious desserts. Everything was quite perfect. Will definitely go back again!
Great service and we really like the Chef course where we leave the selection to him after specifying any special requirements. The special starter of a potato basket with 64degree egg was unique and delicious. A repeat for future visits if it's on the menu.
I wanted to eat everything on the menu. For starters we had the foie gras terrine, cheese souffle and onion soup. The onion soup was a bit sweet. ..i tend to like the saltier taste...But it waa still good. Mains: duck breast, beef cheeks, Delicious. Dessert: grand marnier souffle and chocolate fondant. Ahhh. Satisfaction...
Food quality and standard is high and service is prompt on Tuesday evening. Portions are reasonable for prices charged, which are a bit on the higher end. Expect to spend about $150 for 2 for 2 courses without wine. Cushions need some work though, leather is peeling off. Background music didn't quite fit ambience.
The food is fantastic. Service by both the manager and waiters are excellent too. A good host making sure you are well attended. I like also like the rustic feel in the restaurant where its give me the feeling of being in France :)
This is a little bit of Paris in Zion Road! Once inside you'll be transported to the Rue de Bac in the 7th arrondisement - complete with french maitre D. Food is authentic - even according to my chauvinistic French visitor. No higher praise.