About Le Bistro (Incline Village)
Internationally renowned Chef Jean-Pierre Doignon invites you to experience contemporary French cooking at its best
French, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We are located in the back of the Country Club Center, the parking is the public parking for the center.
TART stop one block away. Summer time there is a free Trolley which uses the same stop as TART.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Le Bistro (Incline Village) Ratings and Reviews
Absolutely fantastic. We have not had su ...
Absolutely fantastic. We have not had such a wonderful meal in the Lake Tahoe area ever. Food, service, ambiance were all superb.
What a shame that they will be closing (forever) in October. Now that we have experienced Le Bistro, we will take all our friends and make the most of the short time remaining.
Food was pretty good. However prices we ...
Food was pretty good. However prices were higher than stated on their web menu, as well as the Google online menu. The manager was clearl displeased that we didn't want the fixed price menu but ordered a la carte. The ambiance was nonexistent.
What a great experience at Le Bistro. I' ...
What a great experience at Le Bistro. I'm very skeptical about French restaurants. Many are heavy handed & lots of rich sauces. This place took classical French dishes & made them elegant, small & delicous. The balance between the courses was perfect. Would go again tomorrow.
Always enjoyable cozy environment and de ...
Always enjoyable cozy environment and delicious food at Le Bistro to celebrate special occasions. Long-time server Dave is a wise wine advisor, colorful tie wearer, and all-around cool guy.
Only complaint this time - it was really warm inside - despite both doors being open.
I was grateful for the cool breeze when I went to the bathroom outside and around the back.
I have been coming to Le Bistro since th ...
I have been coming to Le Bistro since the late 1990's and enjoyed every meal. Just learned that Le Bistro is closing on Oct 15 after 25 years. The current owners - a wonderful couple - are retiring and were unable to find suitable buyers. Please - do not retire until you find someone to take over. We will truly miss this wonderful restaurant if it does close. We already made reservations for the last day, Oct 15th. My wife and I, along with our friends, are hoping this is not our last meal at Le Bistro.
Reservation acknowledged I left a det ...
I left a detailed message and was sure that a candle would be placed in a dessert. Nothing was said or done.
As we were leaving I told the owner /manager that I left a lengthy message. No one checked messages .
Staff pays more attention to locals who frequent this restaurant
This was a special birthday for my husband and the message I left wasn't acknowledged.
We had a very enjoyable dinner at Le Bis ...
We had a very enjoyable dinner at Le Bistro in Incline. I'd totally recommend this restaurant. The waiter was delightful. One member of our group was a strict vegetarian and they completely accomidated her diet. Nice wine list, good energy, and ambiance.
French tasting menu only, excellent from ...
French tasting menu only, excellent from start to finish, not inexpensive at $58 a plate however not a bad value for the excellent food. My daughter loved her beef, my lamb was perfect, as was my wife's seafood. Old school small place, been there 25yrs (guessing no remodel ever, but has a charm to it), tucked in back of a strip mall. Sounds funky but if you like French food, give it a shot.
This place is hard to find, but worth th ...
This place is hard to find, but worth the search! Glad for this fact because it is hard to get a table in this amazingly romantic, cozy and quaint French restaurant. The food is crafted in true French style and their wine list is comprehensive. The chef is the real deal and the authenticity of the food is the proof. Do not miss it!
First,Tahoe is generally a foodie desert ...
First,Tahoe is generally a foodie desert. Le Bistro is above average thank goodness. The food is beautifully presented, but lacking inspiration. It is technically well executed, but lacking in poetry.
The cheese plate was simply boring. A wedge each of brie, cheddar and blue. Very continental dining 1975.
BEST PLACE IN TAHOE
Great restaurant, great food and great service. We celebrate our wedding anniversary at Le Bistro every year and find others that do the same. While we were there, one couple with 47 years, we had 46 years and another young couple celebrated 1 year.
Another great experience at Le Bistro
We have dined at Le Bistro on several occasions when we have traveled to the Lake Tahoe area. Our 10 yr old son even enjoys the experience. The food is always outstanding. It is a prix fixe menu and the value is great. You get soup, appetizer, salad, entree and dessert or cheese plate for $58. I would never have expected to find such a fine dining experience where Le Bistro is located. Dave has been our server there the past 3 times that we have dined there. He is very friendly and makes our son feel welcome. He even took him outside to try to find the neighborhood bear. We can't wait to go back!!
Little gem in Incline village
We have dined here 2x in last three months. The quality of the food on this prix fixe menu is wonderful. Preparations are creative and delicious. Highly recommend the wine pairings with the menu. Wines are matched well and very fairly priced. Service is professional .
Great authentic Feench Fine Dining
You would not believe from the outside that Le bistro conceals a first class authentic French haute cuisine experience. Service is friendly, food is excellent and quantities spot on. This is now a must do dinner spot for us in Incline.
Delicious salmon pastrami. Also loved lo ...
Delicious salmon pastrami. Also loved loved the fish. Beautiful and exciting blend of flavors that delighted our mouths! And the staff were so kind and knew how to make children feel welcome. Our new Tahoe fave that we plan to visit time and time again.
Elegant dining in the mountains
Beautifully executed dishes that are a feast for the eyes as well as the palette. Every dish a delight, from the soup, to the original salads and main courses. The desserts all just wonderful. Tucked away across the street from the Hyatt at Incline, it is a destination restaurant not to be missed.
My wife and i went there for Valentine dinner
We had a wonderful experience with great food and drink. it was expensive but what we expected to pay for such a dining experience. The service was impeccable and the restaurant quiet and warm. We will certainly return to celebrate a special occasion.
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