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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 !
San Diego, CA 92103
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, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Wine dinners once a month
Au Revoir Ratings and Reviews
This casual French Bistro was a wonderful surprise!! The pate appetizer was wonderful. However, the rabbit dish, which we both had, was even better! The waiter (owner?) was a knowledgeable, young, very friendly, happy Frenchman. We will certainly go back soon and try other dishes like the rack of lamb.
We finally found great French Food in SD without $$$$ prices! The service was enthusiastic and there was only one rose on the menu but - our waiter was great, from Marseilles, and from the pate appetizer to the duck l'orange - the food was exactly what we were looking for. If you like french food, try it.
A very pleasant surprise in an otherwise mediocre strip mall making it something of a hidden gem. It's almost out of place in this location, given the very nice decor, the excellent food and service and very good wine list. Our friends and we will be returning to Au Revoir and highly recommend it to others.
Good French food, stereotypical french service (not so good, but not bad). Came here for Brunch and found that there was a good quality to vaue ratio. I can't say the place is especially romantic or quaint. It's not particularly modern or sheik. It is authentic, however. We will be back.
We went to Au Revoir to take advantage of their Tuesday night pre-fixe dinner. None of the dishes were disappointing, however the coq au vin was a bit salty for our tastes. We loved the Ile Flotant (creme Anglais with a meringue floating in it)... A lovely , light dessert that I enjoyed in France, but I have never seen on a menu in the U.S.
Delicious food, nice ambiance, and wonderful service. We went to celebrate my mom's 90th birthday. She ordered a dessert off the menu they happened to run out of that night. The waiter was very insistent that they celebrate her birthday, such that he ran (he really ran) next door to another restaurant to get a tiramisu that he offered as a replacement. They brought the dessert with lighter candles and a song! Made a special night even more special with the personal attentiveness the whole evening.
Did I mention food was great too?
Please go if you have the chance - it is a very nice neighborhood gem.
Parking lot in front too!
We were celebrating a birthday. We both ordered the rabbit which turned out to be more of a stew than the menu described. The mustard sauce was way too salty, and the rabbit was just so-so. The pear salad was quite good, however. The chocolate mousse brought to our table for the birthday was quite tasty. The "French bread" seemed more like Italian bread than French. When we asked, we found it was indeed purchased from an Italian bakery. The music was too loud for our taste. All in all, we were disappointed. We have eaten there several times, but this meal was certainly not up to par.
Delicious dinner, excellent service. I had the mussels - tiny, tender little ones in an amazing cream sauce with tiny cubes of pancetta and small, halved mushrooms. Best mussels I ever had! I also ordered the lavender French fries, the perfect accompaniment. My husband was equally satisfied with his boef bourginon. Highly recommended.
we love French food and plan to go back to try their regular menu.
what we ate was fine but wish we had had the option to order what we were told was fabulous.
A very nice couple was sitting next to us who live in that neighborhood and eat there often and have for many years.
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