Bistro du Midi


When in Boston, authentic French cuisine is just a few steps away at Bistro du Midi, which pairs traditional French cuisine with New England influences. Bistro du Midi has been offering this, and more, in a setting that overlooks the Boston Public Garden since 2009.

A casual bistro downstairs welcomes guests at street level, and many continue upstairs to the dining room with a fireplace, full second bar, and a few private dining areas.

Don’t miss the chef’s seasonal tasting menu, with attractions like crispy soft shell crab with chorizo, arugula rabe, morel mushrooms, and saffron aioli; Hopkins Farm lamb grilled loin, doppio ravioli, huckleberry, and ramps; and jumbo white asparagus with Iberico ham, rhubarb, green almonds, and white sturgeon caviar. Expect expertly paired wine to accompany your meal.

Tips & Tricks

While this place offers plenty of variety, their strength lies in their pasta moreso than their meat and seafod dishes.

Bistro du Midi


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