This small little french restaurant just opened recently in Tulum. This whole block has quickly become my favorite in Tulum. The 4 small nicely nut distinctly decorated restaurants are so charming.
I came here for dinner one night and immediately fell in love. TheÂ back courtyard is as charming asÂ you can get.Â With a beautiful small garden blocked off from the bustle of the avenue it is a very nice place to enjoy some wonderful french food.
These are theÂ exact sort of places I hope come to Tulum.Â This place has just a few tables and makes wonderfulÂ french fare.Â Â My husband got a wonderful steak with a creamyÂ Roquefort sauce on top.Â It was the first time that we had even seenÂ any blue cheeseÂ anythingÂ since we moved here.Â Â It was wonderful.
The breakfast and lunch menusÂ range from omelets with wonderful herbs, traditional egg dishes and breads to fantastic baguette sandwiches and crepes.Â Diverse salads are available in 2 sizes which I really like.Â Especially because there are times you want the salad for the meal.Â I have not eaten some of the french delicacies since I left Paris and I am so glad to see them on the menu here.Â Le Bistro also offers some wonderful suggestions for wine pairings with some of their French specialties.
Beautiful dinner options like salmon tartar and cuts of meat with traditional sauces call to me like crazy.Â I cannot wait to come here for dinner.Â The whole little block lights up in the evenings and with a bottle of wine and amazing French cooking it promises to be an amazing night.Â Â And as the only place where I have ever seen Absinthe on the menu- ohhhhoooohhhh Boy look out for a really great night.
Le Bistro hasÂ now expanded and has wonderful day options toÂ go.Â I will go take a deeper look at the new additions to the menu and report back.