Saturday, June 29, 2013


Our friend recommended this place for us to go to in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  It's a French Bistro whose Chef originates from Vietnam.
Above is the Owner/Chef who chats with patrons. The place is tiny inside with stools along the window.  There were a couple of tables outside so we opted to sit outdoors because it was a hot Spring day.
We were served some grilled artichokes with a special dipping sauce.  A must to try.
We ordered the pot of seafood cooked in a delicious Asian inspired sauce, as shown above.
And the special for the night was pork hock tenderly cooked and served on fettuccine pasta with an incredible Asian/French inspired sauce.

The place is inexpensive and very tiny - but a surprise of BIG FLAVORS come out of that tiny kitchen!

This restaurant is the first stop in Brooklyn if you take the L from Manhattan.  We prefer taking this route as there are more things to pass by at Bedford before or after dinner that are of interest - like the busy stores on Bedford.

Restaurant Information

* Restaurant Name
Bistro Petit
* Overall
★★★☆ ☆
* Neighborhood / Cuisine
Williamsburg / French / Korean
* Street Address
170 South 3rd St., Brooklyn, NY 11211
* Phone
(718) 782-2582

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