We stopped by on an impulse, and were fortunate to get a table in this very small place. I'm glad we did. The risotto was excellent. I'll make a point of returning the next time I'm in Asheville.
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Just driving through Biltmore Village at dinner time and decided to give this place a try. The Caesar Salad and shrimp hush puppies were very good.
Ate here for a late lunch (reservations probably needed for earlier). I had quiche (light and tasty), and my friend had a reuben sandwich. Desserts (bread pudding and semolina cake) were well made. The staff is friendly, and made us feel welcome. Highly recommend eating...More
We stumbled into Fig in 2014. It was such a memorable experience, we wanted to try again on our recent trip back to Asheville. Yet again, the service is top notch, the food beyond compare and the wine without exception. It will now be a...More
A bit hide-away from Biltmore Village. Love their courtyard setting, small, casual and quiet, and of course, good food. Had mussels as starter, tender and juicy. One of the best we ever had. i ordered duck and wife had shrimp. The shrimp was normal but...More
In a corner of the Biltmore Village shopping strip,in a courtyard providing out or indoor dining is this bistro which is deservedly popular with Ashevilleans. Excellent food,wine,staff,and a relaxed friendly ambiance make this a go to place
Fig is a small bistro in Biltmore Village and my wife and I just enjoyed a terrific lunch there. We started with pommes frites which were delightful in truffle oil garlic. My wife really enjoyed a grilled cheese with Granny Smith slices and I really...More
The Fig offered an interesting wine list. We were interested in the small plates and a glass or two of wine. The menu had everything we wanted. Ingredients were fresh and the combination of flavors made the dishes we chose enjoyable.
This is not a typical dining destination restaurant. Instead, it is a nice local place, for a very relaxed, casual dinner, in a quite secluded 'square' behind the shopping street. The staff are casual and friendly. The food is good, and quite aligned with typical...More