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Reviewed July 14, 2020 via mobile

This was my second visit for lunch and was not disappointed. It was so lovely! Service: attentive, friendly, accommodating Prices: affordable, definitely value for money Food: fresh ingredients, prepared well, not a long wait, good sized portions (at least for the pasta and flat bread),...desserts are yummy!! Ambience: quaint, clean, charming, local art, great playlist, amazing scents of food cooking or coffee being made Parking: limited so you should carpool or be prepared to park on the street Reservations?: Only recommended for the weekend. Weekdays are pretty quiet. The coffee lab next door: it's a separate business but if you order coffee from them the Bisou wait staff will bring it to your table when it's ready.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed February 22, 2020 via mobile

Went there for a quick lunch only. It is very low key on the outside so a bit of a surprise when you walk in. The food (sandwiches) was good but the soup was a bit disappointing. But a very nice experience overall. The deserts...were very good as wellMore

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed November 3, 2019 via mobile

Bisou is simply our favorite place for breakfast! But lunch is just as fantastic! The service is superb. The food is divine. The desert selection is always changing and always great! Simply put it's always a great time when we head to Bisou! The pictures...say it all. Great food, great service, great prices!More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed October 20, 2019 via mobile

The setting is rustic. An old house converted into a bistro. Squeaky wooden floors.. old window louvers..and soft jazz add to the retro feeling. They're 4 parking spots, however there's a public car park across the street. The food came quickly and was very good...value for money. There's also a coffee nook with a barista. Had myself a nice cortado. Glad to have such a great option in the East and will definitely go again.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 15, 2019

BISOU has fantastic gourmet food and deserts in a lovely old family home with an ambience that makes you feel welcome. Add the hip Coffee Lab with its innovative teas and coffees right on site and you'll never regret the stop.

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 23, 2019

Four times, I've had the pleasure of visiting Bisou and its neighbouring, adjoined coffee shop Noir (you can sit in either and order from either). As someone who grew up and lives in the East and works in PoS, I was filled with pride to...discover that not only did we have a restaurant selling some of the best breakfast and lunch food I've had but was also paired with a coffee shop that roasts, freshly grinds and expertly brews its own coffee. I consider it a credit to the East. The proprietor is a professionally trained pastry chef who has weaponized her craft to produce a varied, changing offering of addictive treats, whether it's brownies, panna cotta, coffee cakes, chocolate cakes, banana bread, dessert squares or some creative treat I can't name. FOOD I've had one of their flatbreads, their quiche, their classic breakfast (eggs, bacon, toast) and the French Toast. Although I'm not the biggest fan of French Toast, I indulged a hankering for something sweet and was blown away. They used a high quality brioche loaf slices, made their own whipped cream and garnished it with fresh strawberries. The slices were thick enough to give a full bite but not so much to throw off the crust-to-center ratio. Speaking of crust, this is where they won me over yet again- crispy and golden brown across each face of the bread which was a departure from the all too common offering from other restaurants where it's burnt around the edges and too light in the middle. I had the quiche with sauteed spinach and sauteed tomatoes which was crisp, filling and flavourful. I appreciated that the quality of the ingredients starred in the dish and were only enhanced in its preparation - The pratfalls of overseasoning or overcooking were avoided. This restaurant and, by extension, its customers is lucky in that the Tunapuna Market is in walking distance. This restaurant does not let that go to waste. The dishes often feature produce whether as garnishing, starring attractions or accompaniments. That market, since I was a child helping my aunts and uncles make market runs, up to the last two years has maintained an offering of prime produce. All items were prepared fresh and were notably "clean" eats- Even the heavier items such as the flatbreads were never oily or overwhelmingly busy. I was always left full yet never sluggish after a meal. STAFF The staff seemed enthusiastic about where they worked and I was left with the impression that they personally sought the satisfaction of their customers. I hope their disposition can be maintained through the continued surge in popularity I believe this place will experience the more people discover the gem under their noses. Very rarely can a restaurant deliver so superbly on each ground, consistently. I've come to learn that nothing is by accident and rather is the product of care, work and attention. As to how they manage to sell such a labour intensive product at such competitive prices, I can't say. Whereas this is cause for happiness as a customer, I am slightly concerned whether it is sustainable. I suggest you go as soon as you can.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed June 30, 2019

Very homey atmosphere, ingenious menu, quick and efficient service and economical prices. Desert is going to be a treat!

Date of visit: February 2019
Reviewed May 31, 2019 via mobile

Affordable, quaint bistro in the heart of Tunapuna. Great menu, friendly and attentive staff, relaxing atmosphere. 10/10 Would recommend

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed May 21, 2019

My first experience at Bisou Bistro was indeed memorable. One can anticipate beyond first-class culinary expertise at an affordable price! I am impressed at the high quality of service, concise but profound menu and quaint ambience. It is an unexpected breath of fresh air in...the busy city of Tunapuna.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed February 20, 2019

Breads are baked in-house. The menu is quite funny. They have no problem adjusting your order to suit your specific needs. Good service. Quick. Good pricing. Their fresh juices are only $15TTD

Date of visit: February 2019
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Response from Keegan B | Reviewed this property |
Yes. About 3 or 4 spots. Theres also parking along the road and a paid carpark by Auzonville.
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