Houston welcomes a stylish new restaurant this week. Local firm Studio Five De has utilized a variety of elements to give the space a luxurious feel, including marble floors with brass inlays, black glass columns, and vintage-looking exposed speakers.
I enjoyed going there. That experience manifests itself in a of ways.
The volume on the custom sound system will get turned up on Friday and Saturday nights. Speaking of bottles, Bisou shares a fondness for champagne with its sister concepts.
A native of Lyon, France, Perrier is best known for Cafe Perrier, the Galleria-area restaurant he owned with Truesdell 20 years ago, and Aura Brasserie, the French-inspired restaurant that he operated in both Missouri City and Sugar Land he sold it two years ago. It took me awhile to get used to it. Bisou describes itself as serving continental cuisine. In practice, the French-influenced menu touches on a wide of options: everything from classics like butternut squash risotto, roast chicken for two, and seared flounder with lobster risotto to more eclectic fare like hamachi with seared foie gras, escargot with bone marrow, and pork belly with pork dumplings.
The lunch menu keeps things a little simpler, with a focus on sandwiches and sal deed to appeal to Galleria-area office workers and River Oaks District shoppers.
When you get to Texas, they like a little spicy, a little of this, a little of that. I personally love it.
Managers bring experience from upscale restaurants Katsuya and Nobu. Tell people thank you when they leave.
Get to the table within a minute. If Perrier's food and the restaurant's service match the attention to detail put into Bisou's de, it could emerge as the city's next see-and-be-seen hotspot.
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