Bistrot Pierre - Sutton Coldfield
What sets the well-established Bistrot Pierre restaurants apart is the winning combination of great-value French cooking, seasonally inspired, versatile menus and friendly service. Each of the friendly bistrots are suitable for all manner of occasions and luckily, diners in the region have six fantastic venues to choose from. Inside, warm and cosy French-inspired interiors echo the brand’s roots and create a truly relaxing space in which to sit back and enjoy delicious cuisine.
Birmingham’s Bistrot is set in a Grade II listed building along the city’s bustling canalside, while Stratford-upon-Avon’s can be found on the banks of River Avon, where guests can enjoy picturesque views from the terrace. The Kidderminster location also boasts riverside views of River Stour. Commanding a prime spot surrounded by shops and boutiques, the Leamington bistrot presents elegant dining with large windows, perfect for people-watching. Mere Green’s stylish bistrot has a bar area and outside seating, too. The Coventry branch is a welcome new addition to the city’s dining scene, and is ideally located in the centre.
The menus have been expertly crafted to ensure all bases are covered, and there’s something for all tastes and budgets. Whether you’re calling in for a midweek treat, a laid-back lunch or tempting three-course feast, your food will arrive beautifully presented, freshly prepared and of the highest standard.
The experienced chefs use an assortment of artisan produce and carefully sourced ingredients when preparing the dishes. The culinary line-up showcases French bistrot classics like steak frites and boeuf Bourguignon alongside a host of regional favourites.
Inspired by travels around France, the evening menu includes starters of homemade chicken liver parfait and toasted sourdough with fricassee of mushrooms and Alsace bacon. For the main event, why not go for pan-fried Barbary duck breast with Dauphinoise potatoes, seasonal vegetables and blackberry jus? Desserts are the pièce de résistance and include warm baked apple and pear frangipane, traditional crêpes with your choice of filling and classic vanilla crème brûlée.
Don’t miss the eminently popular prix-fixe lunch menu, which represents great value for money. Two courses are priced at £12.95, while guests can enjoy three courses for just £14.95.
As you’d expect from a French eatery, the wine list is just as important as the food. A glance at the distinctive wine list reveals a fantastic selection, with an offering to complement any dish.
You’ll find plenty of vegetarian and vegan options alongside gluten-free dishes and a dedicated child-friendly menu, enabling all to frequent Bistrot Pierre.