Roberta's Bistro

Roberta's Bistro

British

0.5 miles
17 South Street, Bo'ness, EH51 0EA
Roberta's Bistro is an elegant yet unassuming place, hidden away in the historic town of Bo'ness. Inside is a bright oasis of shimmering lighting, lilies in vases and Frank Sinatra crooning on the surround sound. Here you will find Daryl Kidney at work, a head chef who prides himself on offering relaxed Italian cuisine with a Scottish influence, at prices that won't break the bank.

To start, we tried the chicken and liver paté. Its delicate flavour and earthiness melted on the tongue while our glass of Largesse, Vin de Pays d'Oc merlot proved its perfect partner. For the main event we chose the salmon fillet with prawn and lemon herb sauce. The feathery-soft salmon was bathed in a delicious buttery sauce, while the new potatoes and vegetables were clearly fresh and served perfectly cooked, all complemented by a glass of pinot grigio Casa Defra. Although full, we couldn't resist Roberta's vanilla and lemon cheesecake. With a subtle hint of lemon and sweet biscuit crust, it was nothing less than heavenly.

The staff were attentive and warm throughout our meal, helping to make our experience one we won't forget. Dining experiences should always be like this: fresh and vibrant flavours, excellent value for money and an atmosphere that's elegant yet down-to-earth. There's even free Wi-Fi here too. Top notch.
+2Roberta's Bistro
Open: Mon-Sat 9am-3.30pm, 5.30pm-11pm

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