Simplicity isn't simple: Boston's dearth of authentique French bistros is proof enough of that. Or was, until Maître Cuisiner de France Jacky Robert came along and made it all look supremely easy. Comfy, unfussy and affordable, his townhouse kitchen is reacquainting diners with the hearty joys of proper quenelles, no-nonsense soupe a l'oignon gratinée and boeuf bourguignon - topped off with a terrific, rustic tarte tatin.
|Venue name:||Petit Robert Bistro (CLOSED)|
468 Commonwealth Ave
|Cross street:||at Charlesgate West|
|Opening hours:||11am-11pm daily.|
|Transport:||Green line to Kenmore Square|
|Price:||Main courses $12-$20|