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