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Posted by Ronald Rodger on 11/03/2013
Had dinner Saturday November 3 2013. Had best fish ever. Idaho trout roasted to perfection. Desserts great and shrimp provinciale outstanding. Service all male waters was impeccable . Specials choices great. Had wonderful experience. We will return with Parisian friends.
Posted by Smitten on 12/18/2010
Kiki's has the perfect blend of predictably wonderful food, absolutely delicious specials, warm personal service and prices that won't make your wallet yelp. escargots, beet salad, roast chicken are among the best bistro offerings we've ever had. Pommes frittes are so good you'll get them to go!Wine lists changes often enough to be fresh and reasonable priced. We've taken out of town guests here and they all rave. Just a wonderful place for any occasion.
Posted by anonymous on 07/20/2009
This is the second time I go to kiki's, its so adorable. The first time I went there I had the duck ravioli as an appetizer and it was ok. My friend ordered the crab cake and it was beyond delicious. I kept dreaming for months with the crab cake and finally I decided to go again. Its so savory! I tried for the first time french frog legs and i thought the meat needed salt but the sauce was real good, finished it up with bread. I also tried the duck breast and it was so so so good. My friend had the grilled salmon and wouldn't shut up about how tasty it was, she was right. You at least Have to get the crab cake! Desserts were very average I just didn't feel like they we're at the same caliber as food, you really can do without. Overall great experience.
Posted by Hostetter on 11/20/2008
The steak (bisteca) with the string fries and butter is simply the best on this side of the Atlantic.
Posted by CrankyGenius on 08/08/2008
Judging by previous reviews, you might actually think KiKi's Bistro offers a satisfying traditional French menu - unless you previously had the opportunity to enjoy an authentic French meal elsewhere. This place boasts some run-of-the-mill items on the menu: onion soup, foie gras terrine, coq au vin... the unremarkable quality of these dishes appropriately combines with the restaurant's faux ambience accented by obligatory placards of "Avenue des Champs-Élysées" oddly placed by each table and the fact that for $100 a plate (with wine) patrons get to eat their dinner off a paper placemat. Speaking of wine, KiKi's wine list is exceptionally limited: it simply offers an overpriced selection of understated mediocrity.
Posted by gigi on 09/20/2007
Kiki never disappoints. All dishes are well prepared. Beet salad is superb; sauted liver the best ever; fish is always cooked to the exact doneness that shows the chef's expertise. A wonderful spot for both lunch and dinner