The food is good and the services is excellent, but I don't know why they're not busy. Oh and the price is good also.
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We stumbled upon this having arrived late in NOLA our first evening. We had no reservations and this location was fairly empty. The restaurant itself is large, clean and the staff courteous. The prices though are somewhat steep. The menu is very limited but every...More
Very pleasant atmosphere...upscale and great service. Loved it! Definately would recommend to anyyone seeking a nice place to have wine and beautiful seafood!
We went here twice and both days the place was literally empty. We were seated prompty but after our order was taken the waitress disappeared. The buffet was small but had the requisite food you would expect.. However, it was comparable to the freebie breakfast...More
Since Rene Bistrot is part of the Renaissance Hotel where I'm staying, I've had breakfast daily at the bistrot during my 5 day stay. The food is pretty decent. While I can vouch only for breakfast, Rene Bistrot offers a variety of fare with local...More
Stopped in for a late lunch. Ate in the adjoining bar area called Palette . Had the best chicken and andouille gumbo with jasmine rice we've ever tasted. Profiteroles were made with ice cream and were good. Food was nicely presented.
This bistrot is part of the Renaissance Hotel but the menu looked good so we walked in. We ordered starters and entree but when the starters arrived, they were so huge we cancelled one or our mains. Food was really tasty. Service was a bit...More
Don't get the Chicken Andouille Gumbo. Too thick. Tastes like soup with bad rouxe. Smoked salmon app. Not good either. Was hoping for a better wine list too. Won't return. So glad it wasn't my money paying for the tab!
I stayed at the Renaissance Arts Hotel and this restaurant is attached. I thought I'd run in and catch breakfast before an appointment. I saw they had a small breakfast buffet set up so I wanted to order it. I couldn't find our waitress and...More
Had dinner after walking around for about an hour looking at menus We were looking for something that was not fried, was not a Po Boy and something that had no cheese, preferably seafood. Found exactly what we were looking for. Good food, good wine,...More