About Mistral - Boston
The design of Mistral is both elegant and casual, resonating with the ambiance of Provence as arched floor to ceiling windows drench the room with light.
Mistral’s dramatic dining room serves dinner nightly and Sunday Brunch. In our bar and comfortable lounge area we also offer craft cocktails and fine wines to compliment Chef Mammano’s menu.
Mistral’s private dining room, Le Salon du Mistral, accommodates 60 seated and up to 80 guests for a reception.
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: 10:30am-2:00pm & 5:30pm-9:30pm
Friday-Saturday: 5:30pm-11:00pm (Late Night Menu 11:00pm-11:30pm)
Sunday: 10:30am-2:00pm & 5:00pm-10:30pm
between Berkeley & Clarendon
$31 to $50
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Late Night, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
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Le Salon du Mistral, Mistral's private dining room, provides a sophisticated setting for intimate gatherings of sixty seated and up to eighty for a reception. With award-winning French Mediterranean cuisine from Chef Jamie Mammano and unparalleled, professional service, Mistral provides the ultimate private dining experience.
Mistral - Boston Ratings and Reviews
This was one of the most incredible brun ...
This was one of the most incredible brunches I have ever had! We ordered two plates, one savory and one sweet and both were fantastic. The ambiance was very nice and the service was perfect. I will definitely return!
I have been to Mistral many times. It is ...
I have been to Mistral many times. It is an upscale restaurant with great food and a truly fine dining experience. However, I was greatly disappointed this last visit as 4 out of 6 of us got the Dover Sole, indicated as market price on the menu, and when we received the bill the meal was $68 each!! That is an outrageous amount of money for a single entree and is terribly egregious at more than $20 over the most expensive entree listed on the menu! If something on your menu is THAT much more expensive than anything else, you should absolutely be forthcoming with that information. "Market" does not mean jack up the price to whatever ridiculous amount you want. (And yes, we should have asked how much it was, but I still stand by my argument and disappointment in the lack of communication).
As usual, everything was excellent--serv ...
As usual, everything was excellent--service, food, etc. There was one thing the was a bit of a problem. Three of the six of us had the Cornish hen which was delicious except for one thing--overly salted. There was so much salt none of us could finish it. I am not suggesting no salt because if salted properly, it enhances the flavor of the food but this was too way too much. Just an FYI. I did mention it to the wait person just before we left but am not sure if she passed it along to the chef. We will return because overall everything was great but I would request little salt if I were to order it again.
OK so you have to know how to order here ...
OK so you have to know how to order here but the cornish game hen is divine and well priced at $28 and though the wine list is exhaustive and expensive the Ascheri, which is a nebbiolo is an excellent buy at $45. Pair that with the sashimi grade tuna tartare and another entree and voila! The thing about this place is that it is so amazingly consistent. Always good. Decor is dated at this point and crowd no longer elegant but food and service do not disappoint.
I have yet to be disappointed. My halibu ...
I have yet to be disappointed. My halibut was great, my son and wife loved the duck, and my other son and his wife loved their steaks. The bread to start is always fresh and the spread very nice. The waiter Andre was very professional and complimented the dinner, not intrusive but attentive. One of my favorite places.
We loved all of our food: cheese plate a ...
We loved all of our food: cheese plate appetizer, tuna tartare appetizer, halibut, peppercorn steak, tenderloin (superb), lamb (fantastic), desserts. A pricey night out but worth it for a splurge. We plan to return for another special night out.
I think Mistral might have the nicest Su ...
I think Mistral might have the nicest Sunday brunch/lunch in Boston. The food is consistently excellent, the menu is varied and interesting, and the entrees all come with very tasty roasted potatoes for sharing. Service is attentive and professional, from arrival to departure.
Good service, beautiful ambiance-- our e ...
Good service, beautiful ambiance-- our entries-- swordfish (2 orders), salmon (1) were grossly overcooked and tasteless. Can't imagine why anyone would cook swordfish steaks in a cast iron skillet. Such low quality of entree offerings was surprising since the desserts were quite good and the lobster appetizers were also okay.
Overall the food was mediocre, and not value priced. But the room is really beautiful and the service is good.
I was pleasantly surprised by the size o ...
I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the portions, and the food was certainly good. I had the chilled corn soup with lobster and avocado and it was delicious. My main--the swordfish, was good but didn't blow me away. Our service was good, but nothing out-of-the-ordinary. The overall feel was a little too stuffy for my taste. It's worth going to once, but you can find better and more creative food in the Greater Boston Area.
Hadn't been to Mistral in several years ...
Hadn't been to Mistral in several years but it is still a good restaurant. We had the Maine crab ravioli and Salmon Tartare on avocado to start and both were delicious. Pan seared Halibut and roasted duck were very good. The steak was nothing spectacular but good. The Belgian Chocolate sorbet was sinful and the profiteroles were very good as well. The aperitifs were over priced.
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