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Pistache French Bistro

101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach, FL, 33401
(561) 833-5090
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Restaurant Details
Cuisine
$$ ($15 - $30)
Price
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Casual
Attire
Hours
Open for breakfast
lunch and dinner
7:30 a.m.-midnight Sunday to Thursday
7:30 a.m.-1 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
Location & Nearby Info
Pistache French Bistro
101 N. Clematis St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 833-5090
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Reviews & Comments
CRITICS REVIEWS
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11/29/2012 - pbpulse - JEFF OSTROWSKI

West Palm Beach’s Pistache serves up the feel of a formal French dining room.

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(no rating) Jul 12, 2010 - pbpulse - LIBBY VOLGYES, The Palm Beach Post

Pistache's menu offers lovely appetizers -- salads, escargots, foie gras and onion soup. Follow that with fish, fowl or beef. They also offer tantalizing side dishes, a great wine list and brunch and lunch choices. Come anytime and prepare to be wowed!

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09/23/09 - pbpulse - Charles Passy

When the French bistro Pistache bowed a year ago, it seemed to have a winning formula, aiming to bring a flavor of Paris to downtown West Palm Beach. But there was one big problem: The food didn’t click. And beyond that, the atmosphere lacked a certain je ne sais quoi, as the French might say.

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(no rating) <built-in method isoformat of datetime.date object - pbpulse - Palm Beach Post Staff

There's no doubt that downtown West Palm Beach could use a restaurant like Pistache.

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USER REVIEWS
Jul 12, 2010 - happydick
French Fiasco

The crepes were cold, the bartenders were arrogant and rude, the wait staff were disorganized, and the drinks were overpriced. I've been there twice, the first time and the last time. Don't waste your money.

Jan 26, 2010 - lecat
A small piece of Paris

I recently had dinner with my wife at Pistache and everything went very well. We have received a very friendly welcome and have been served in a timely manner. But the most important part of the dinner was the food which proved to be of an excellent quality, a balanced combination of French classics and innovative courses. The dinner was really pleasant, taking advantage of the ambiance of the bistrot. I strongly recommend Pistache to anybody interested in discovering the French cuisine in a casual but chic atmosphere.

Dec 20, 2009 - puccini
PISTACHE: Another West Palm Beach disappointment

Pistache has little to do with french cuisine. The bread is American, dense, industrial dough, nothing that resembles baguette. The frites are semi-soggy fries that are better done at McDonalds. The decor is dull, smacks of cheap, and lacks the brass and polished finish one often sees in French bistros. Because of the lack of soft materials, the restaurant and bar are very noisy. The menu is overpriced for the mediocrity that is passed off as French food. Try eating in Miami instead!

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