Delicious meatball sandwiches, portobello sandwich and ravioli. Don't be turned off by the location under the Bowling Barn because this was the highlight meal of our trip. Our compliments to the chef! Excellent service as well.
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We stopped in for an early dinner in July. Their hours on Google and on their store front said they were open, but we came at 3:45 and the doors were locked. They opened up at 4 but had a limited menu. That kind of...More
Very small dining area so I would suggest calling ahead. Very pleasant surroundings. Decorating is subtle and well done. The hostess and wait staff are very attentive. Drinks were brought quickly after ordering. Water goblets are pretty pressed glass stemware and always keep full. Dinners...More
My wife and I were looking for a good restaurant to spend the eve of our 1 year anniversary. We asked two separate locals for recommendations and they both said Sweet Basil Bistro. So naturally we went. This is definitely a great place to stop...More
We came across Sweet Basil Bistro on TripAdvisor when deciding upon dinner one night. We had high expectations based upon the reviews and made reservations for that night. Upon arrival, the small restaurant was crowded, but we were seated right away. The tables are very...More
We like chef owned restaurants because what made the restaurant successful at first, continues.The food is really good and the service staff is well-trained and very helpful. Been back 15-20 with friends and family. Has always been a good experience.
My husband & I were there on Mother's Day & it did not disappoint. The proprietor, Sally, warmly welcomed us & chatted with us often. The menu was varied & creative - hard to decide. I settled on a sole with cous-cous & vegetables &...More
We've been here a few times both with large groups and just the two of us… The service is excellent although the atmosphere can be a little dry. The food though... absolutely yummy. Not overly salted (one of my concerns when eating out) with a...More
Charming small restaurant that is family owned. The server was very helpful and attentive. The food was absolutely delicious. We especially liked the quinoa salad and the pasta. The homemade desserts made by the owner were wonderful. Will definitely go back again.
I had the lobster lasagna and managed to eat the whole portion, when I usually have to take 1/2 my meal home. My husband had the chicken parmesean and said that it was extremely dry. Desserts were $10 so we decided to skip the pricey...More