About Au Revoir
Located in the heart of Hillcrest, Au Revoir Bistro saw it's first day in November 2010, a new born of the Mastellone family (Arrivederci, Il Postino, Buon Appetito, etc etc). Typical Parisian French Bistro, Au Revoir, has a casual ambiance and an atmosphere that transports you directly to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Our French Homemade Cuisine is a perfectly inexpensive recipe, a little bit of tradition, an ounce of modern French cooking inspired by different regions, and a big cup of love from our Chef Dédé and his team. Some of the house specialties are "escargots", "soupe à l'oignon", "boeuf bourguignon", "coq au vin", "frogs' legs", ...Et Voila !
French, Comfort Food, Bistro
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Robinson & 4th Ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
French music playing
We cater your parties. Call us at 619-268-2400 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a customized menu and quote.
Free Private lot in font of the restaurant.
A block away from Route 10 : Stop "University & 5th Ave"
A block away from Route 120 : Stop "University & 5th Ave"
Bar Dining, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
Special Events & Promotions:
Wine dinners once a month
Au Revoir Ratings and Reviews
excellent each tine we've dined there. S ...
excellent each tine we've dined there. Service is very friendly
Au Revoir is a real French bistro. The ...
Au Revoir is a real French bistro. The food is delicious and the service is charming.
Terrible, absolutely HORRIBLE service an ...
Terrible, absolutely HORRIBLE service and attitudes of the waitstaff. Why did I not heed other people's advice! Good food but not at the cost of terrible service and poor attitude.
Love this place
Love this place
Great restaurant in the hood
This is a great restaurant to go in the neighborhood. Not necessarily fancy but great food is constantly prepared. The wait staff are always friendly and ready to assist.
This is probably our 6th visit.
It has become very popular and our last two visit we had no reservation and couldn't get in. We took a friend who had not been before and she order the veal chop which was one of the specials but no price was mentioned. She I didnt ask since most entres were in the mid $20 range. Her's was $35 and she was upset. We had the steak with frites which we had several times in the past. They must have changed their meat supplier. The steak was larger but very tough.
Great service. Delicious food.
Great service. Delicious food.
My wife and I tried Au Revoir based on o ...
My wife and I tried Au Revoir based on other Open Table reviews. We found the food to be very good. We each had a different appetizer we had never tried before and found them to be very good and the entrees were tasty as well. The service can be a little slow if they are busy. They are very good at getting you seated (reservations recommended for sure), getting your drink order including consulting on wine choice, taking the meal order and serving it. They could have come be the table during the meal a little sooner than they did....make the rounds so to speak just a little more often. If you are not in a rush then the pace of service is suitable. If you are on a tight schedule this isn't going to be a good choice despite the wonderful meal.
This is the best value in San Diego on a Tuesday night. $25 prix fixe menu is amazing, generous portions. This is authentic French without bells and whistles and inflated prices.
Lousy service. Waited to long for server ...
Lousy service. Waited to long for server to attend our table. Food was served to our table 10 minutes apart from each other. Will not be back.
Food was average, but waiter were polite ...
Food was average, but waiter were polite and attentive. Likely wouldn't go back.
We have been here for brunch and dinner and loved it each time! Amazing food and great service!
Not a happy diner
We have been to Au Revoir many times. This was a very bad experience and I do not think we will return. The food was good as always, but the service was rude, abrupt and very unpleasant. We were celebrating a birthday and hoping to enjoy ourselves. That did not happen. The waiter we complained about came over and instead of apologizing, he was argumentative. I would think since we are regular diners, they would have been more conciliatory, but that was not the case.
Loved it. Felt like I was in a neighbor ...
Loved it. Felt like I was in a neighborhood restaurant in Paris.
Good food, not so good service
Our waitress spent most of the evening visiting with friends sitting outside, if not for the attention of another worker we would have been ignored. Food was very good, though. We had mussels and salads and a desert.
always visit when in SD
We have been going to Au Revoir for several years after finding it by chance. We will ALWAYS stop in for brunch, lunch, or dinner when in San Diego (3-4 times a year) as the food and service are remarkable and the staff is excellent.
We have eaten here many times and are al ...
We have eaten here many times and are always more than pleased. The mussels and frites are the best in San Diego, and every salad and entree we have tried has been beautifully prepared and delicious. The feel is a cross between french country and neighborhood bistro. Service is attentive but not cloying. Au Revoir is definitely one of our "go-to" places.
We Love it!
Au Revoir is one of our very favorite spots in Hillcrest. Food is always excellent; prices are reasonable; wine is great; manager Thomas is fabulous. Go!
The French Win Again
We used to dine at this same locale years ago as La Vache ...but the rebirth of Au Revoir is perfection. We'll be back again and again. Merci beaucoup !!!!!!!!!!!
Excellent Food, but too busy for quick service
Three of us went and we enjoyed the "fish of the day (which was halibut provencal), the seabass plate, and the steak. Each was really excellent. They also have my favorite wine--a Sanceere. The only problems with this restaurant are that (1) it is a small restaurant in a small strip mall with inadequate parking; (2) because the food is so good, it is very popular--be sure to make reservations; and (3) it is so busy that it is sometimes difficult to get the waiter's attention. But I would definitely go again and again. Next time I will allow more time.
The halibut special with ratatouille was ...
The halibut special with ratatouille was superb. It was served steaming hot in a cast iron skillet. To die for!
Great Easter Dinner
We enjoyed our dinner. The mussels and the sea bass, along with the foie gras was really good. And the desserts are to die for.
Really love the food service & ambiance. Our server was friendly, knowledgeable and attentive.
Great service and the food was perfect! Lamb chops, duck and cheese plate were amazing!
Terrific sea bass
Loved the sea bass, some of the best I have had in San Diego.
Excellent Food and Good Value
A group of 4 and all raved about the food, service, and value. A great find!
Excellent dinner spot
We had a party of 4 for a Saturday night reservation @6. The restaurant wasn't overly busy when we arrived but it soon filled. We all ordered salads and entrees. Food was well paced. The plating was good, but one dish (sea bass) had burnt nuts and very was well done despite it being listed as "seared". Overall it was a great dinner and I am curious to go back on a less crowded night. The noise level was overwhelmingly loud. Waitstaff was very good and attentive.
We've been coming here since they opened, and we've enjoyed every meal. We love the moules mariniere, the salmon with scallops and when they have it, the stuffed trout special. Great service.
The food was just terrible. My ocopus wa ...
The food was just terrible. My ocopus was way over cooked. The flat bread was somewhat stale and the calamari was so fried that I didn't even feel like touching it!!!
We ate there during a special event, and things were definitely not up to their usual standards. It was crowded, even with a reservation they ran 30 minutes late. We must have waited 45 minutes before we even got an appetizer. The entree was delicious, but I'm pretty sure I got the bottom of the pan - lots of bones!
I knew the food and service would be excellent because I'd been there before.
Everything was wonderful. We will be bac ...
Everything was wonderful. We will be back. Thomas was a great waiter and made excellent suggestions.
I've been only once, but...
We joined friends at a table for lunch. The restaurant was nearly empty; however, it took quite a while for a waiter to approach us, and, after I asked for a list of wines by the glass, he did not return until he was ready to take our order. My husband's lobster bisque was correctly prepared, with the lobster shells sauteed and pressed through a sieve. However, the soup tasted somewhat burned, perhaps due to overcaramelizing the vegetable and shell mixture; and was on the sweet and fruity side, indicating an overdose of wine. My filet mignon was so tough I had been going to send it back, but my husband ate it with relish. The lavender fries were thin--my favorite type, and excellent. My husband's salade Nicoise (not the traditional version with potatoes) could have received dressing on all the ingredients, not just on the mesclun mix; and the portion of delicious ahi was extremely spare.
Enjoyed the Prix Fixe Special Valentine's Dinner. Good choices. I had Brochette of scallop and two shrimp, tender, delicious, Honey had the salad. Then we had the Roasted Duck. Skin crisp, wonderful. Potatoes Anna rather cold, disappointing. Finished with Chocolate Mousse-Lovely! We had the wine parings with the meal which were very enjoyable, especially dessert red with the mousse.
Excellent cuisine française; friendly staff .
It's like being in a Parisien bistrot. The food and wine selection is extensive and the preparation and presentation are wonderful. I recommend the salmon and the beef wellington.
My only problem with the restaurant was the seating arrangement. The tables were so close that the wait staff had to reach over us to serve our food. On my left and right, other couples were only a foot away and both my wife and I's chairs were against the persons behind us.
classic French bistro
I love this place. The food is classic and well done. Nothing nouveau or whatever. Just solid food, good service, and a wonderful owner who really cares. A great reasonably priced wine list, classically French, and with some pretty interesting finds.
Great food great service
we had the escargot, scallops in Gruyere, sea bass with risotto and butternut squash ravioli, and for dessert the chocolate mousse. We cleaned the plates. All were delectable and delicious. Must return, I hear the brunch is amazing.
The Salmon was some of the best I have e ...
The Salmon was some of the best I have ever had. It's a good place for a meal with friends or a date. I certainly recommend it.
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