This place was very good with a very nice owner, but it's been closed for a few months now. The Shwarma place down the street is pretty good as an alternative...
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I went here with a group of ten during my school residency. We obtained a reservation on a Friday night with only one hour's notice. The restaurant was small and intimate. The service was top notch- friendly, going out of their way to take pictures...More
Step in and you'll find yourself in a bistro tastefully laid out in shotgun style--tables along the wall on your left, a couple of booths on your right, and a small bar at the back. We immediately got the impression we were in for a...More
Fantastic little place for brunch & lunch. We had fantastic omelette and the best risotto I have ever had. I'd drive out of my way to eat hear again. Atmosphere is cozy and service good.
I am not one who usually goes out for a fine dining experience but when the time was right, Koosh Bistro was the appropriate choice in my opinion for two occasions within the last few months. From the moment you enter the calm atmosphere and...More
This restaurant serves amazing well-balanced, beautifully presented food. The risotto looked very small, however it was wonderful and plentiful. This is not a restaurant for the budget conscious.
This Westdale bistro is casual and quaint but the food is gourmet Italian with a twist. My husband and I had two risotto dishes at lunch and they were superb. I had a pasta special last week and it was delicious. Not the average Italian...More
Started our dinner with the squash soup - so creamy and delicious. Main course was the lobster stuffed ravioli..so yummy! Lots of fresh bread to dip in oil/balsamic vinegar. We were too full to end with the Creme Brule, so that means we have to...More