Not bad, but room for improvement. Hermitage and Mt Juliet desperately needs more quality locally owned restaurants. Needless to say I was excited to hear about this place and Jose's next door. Three of us stopped in on a Friday night, and they had a very good jazz quartet playing. Nice european meets contemporary ambiance. None of us were in the mood for a large meal, and the menu had a great choice of non-entree items a very reasonable price. My wife had the French Onion soup which was very good and not overly salt. I tried the Soup De Jour which was a white bean soup, which I enjoyed. My mother in law tried the Shrimp, Asiago, and Shallot pizza. That was a huge disappointment. It was extremely DRY, like a saltine cracker. So dry that she asked for some salad dressing to dip it in (which was a GREAT in house prepared dressing). I had a Chicken Panini and it was just ok. The bread was a bit hard and dry. I think they need improve the pizzas and paninnis. They are not French quality when it comes to food. Honestly, I have had better paninis and pizza in an Airport. I am a craft beer aficionado, and it was nice to see reasonably price options on the drink menu. $3.50 for a Sierra Nevada is a decent price for dining out. I think will give this place one more try and get something off the dinner menu.
FINALLY! Great place in Mount Juliet. If you live anywhere in Hermitage, Mount Juliet or Donelson, then you no longer have to choose between downtown of Ellendale's for rating quality food. Bicyclette on Lebanon Road in the plaza across from Hickory Hills is awesome. An accessible wine list is updated by customer preferences at regular tastings. The lunch and dinner menu options are all balanced with french basics and finer complexities beyond "bistro." Thank you for FINALLY providing what''s been sorely lacking out past the airport (Ellendale's notwithstanding, but man .. you gotta have an alternative ...)
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