Bistro du Midi is a must-try French venue for any Boston foodie. The location alone is impeccable – you’ll be seated just across the street from the Public Garden, a city oasis which includes a pond, countless willow trees, a bridge, musicians, swan boats, actual swans, and every flower in season.
Since turning gluten-free, I’ve moved away from my staple french toast brunches, replacing them with the best egg dishes I can find to start my day off right. Bistro du Midi is perfect for this venture, as it has one of the best and fluffiest omelettes around! Scroll down for a cross-section!
Best seat in the house.
In case anyone was doubting the sheer fluffiness of this omelette: Look how thick the egg layer is! It’s unheard of. The inside is filled with super healthy, dark green spinach and ooey-gooey melted cheddar cheese. All you have to do is bring your appetite (and your wallet, of course).
On top of the scrumptious dishes, Bistro du Midi has really incredible service. It’s a classy venue with great ambiance, and the servers and management really take care of you. My friend asked for a croissant though they weren’t on the menu. We figured it was a French restaurant so it was worth a shot to ask them, and they actually did come back with a warm, flaky croissant! Service is so important to me when dining out, so I really appreciated this.
We actually visited for dinner during restaurant week last year and it was pretty amazing then too. If you’re in the Boston area, I definitely recommend Bistro du Midi!
Comment Challenge: Have your brunch patterns changed over the years? What’s your go-to dish in the morning?