Bistro du Midi

(617) 426-7878 | View Website

272 Boylston St, Boston, MA | Directions   02116

42.352142 -71.069442

Open Hours

Mon-Wed 11:30am-2pm, 5pm-10pm; Thu-Sat 11:30am-2pm, 5pm-11pm; Sun 11:30am-3pm, 5pm-10pm

French, Bar Scene, Brunch  more

More Tags: Date Spot, Dine At The Bar, Fine Dining, Fireplace, Group Dining, Notable Chef, Online Reservations, Outdoor Dining, Private Rooms, Romantic Dining, Special Occasion Dining, Theater District Dining, View Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Travelers Check, Visa

Categories: Bistros, Restaurants

Neighborhoods: Beacon Hill, Back Bay

Bistro du Midi
Bistro du Midi
Bistro du Midi
Bistro du Midi
Selection of East Coast Oysters, Pepper Mignonette, Live Sea Scallop, Cucumber, Coriander, Freeze Dried Corn, Foie Gras Snow, Tuna Tartare, Pear, Avocado Foam, Spicy Pepper Emulsion, Fluke, Grapefruit, Castelvetrano Olive, Saffron Rice Puffs, Tea Cured Scottish Salmon, Pepperoncini Pearls, Green Garlic & Almond Broth, Lamb Tartare, Pistachio, Chives, Black Truffle Vinaigrette, Yellowfin Tuna Paillard,  White Anchovy, Niçoise Olive, Baby Fennel, Radish, Fried Artichokes, Aïoli, Olive & Eggplant Dip, Green Olive Tapenade, Crostini, Pâté & Charcuterie Selection, House Accompagnements... more

Reviews for Bistro du Midi

over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – Set in the same spot of now-shuttered foodie haunts Excelsior and Biba, Bistro du Midi lives up to its predecessors. Split over two floors, Bistro du Midi boasts an impressive wine tower in a space brightened with touches of sleek blondes and beiges. Reclaimed weathered beams add a warm note to the spacious dining room. The Provencal cuisine of executive chef Robert Sisca (previously the executive sous chef at Michelin-starred Le Bernadin in New York City) dominates--bouillabaisse, plats au fours (a classic roasted chicken, cooked for two)--with hints of New England in a Vermont goat cheese salad with perfectly tangy beets or oysters dressed in an apple and fennel mignonette.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Provencal bistro dishes French comfort food on Public Garden – This splendid French Provencal bistro glides into the space previously housed by Excelsior. Helmed by Chef Robert Sisca (former executive sous chef at NYC's Le Bernardin) the casual-yet-luxe restaurant boasts an extensive wine list and weekend brunch.


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