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Bordelaise style, olive oil roasted asparagus & horseradish whipped potato*
I came here for a company holiday party and the food and service was superb! I love the ambiance of the restaurant as well!
I had the grilled tenderloin of beef bordelaise style with asparagus and horse radish whipped mashed potatoes. It was amazing! I had requested the steak medium rare and it was melting in my mouth.
I also had the dessert sampler, which came with chocolate mousse, creme brulee and a little fruit cup thing. They were small and meant for 1 person and were all very good too!
It's definitely a pricey place, but a perfect place for a date night! I would definitely come back here just because the food is worth it!
As a restaurateur myself, I just love a place that puts 100% into what they do and do it well.. Mistrals is definitely is one of the best and one of my favorite places to dine in the great city of Boston..
My partner surprised me with overnight visit to Boston, before heading to PTown for my big 40th Bday. He has never been and sees on my Facebook page, my comments and that I am a big fan of yours. So needless to say it was a wonderful surprise and was wonderful night..
We started off with some excellent wine..Started off, my partner had the ceaser salad and I had the light and airy RICOTTA GNOCCHI WITH ENGLISH PEAS, SUMMER CHANTERELLES & PARMESAN amazing dish.. For dinner my partner had the GRILLED TENDERLOIN OF BEEF, BORDELAISE STYLE, OLIVE OIL ROASTED ASPARAGUS & HORSERADISH WHIPPED POTATO which was wonderful. I had the fresh PAN ROASTED NATIVE HALIBUT WITH CHANTERELLE AND ZUCCHINI BLOSSOM RISOTTO, SWEET SUMMER CORN. An absolute winner if I do say so myself..
With no room to spare for desert, our lovely and attentive waiter surprised me with a trio of homemade sorbets, candle and Bday wish..
Great food, attentive staff and beautiful environment.
Bravo and thank you for another wonderful visit...
Mistral is a beautiful restaurant with amazing food.
We went there on a Thursday night for a dinner date. We started with the chilled corn soup, which is light and refreshing. The boy had the cornish hen which he states is the best chicken he ever had. I had the yummy tenderloin of beef. For dessert, we had the chocolate torte. I'm a lover of all things chocolate so no complaints from me.
The only negative thing I have to say is that the restaurant is kind of noisy-there's not a lot of separation between tables and it's sometimes hard to hear conversation at your own table.
Overall, great food and will definitely be going back when I return to Boston.
There was 0% chance we'd pass up a meal at Mistral during our recent trip to Boston. From locals and New Yorkers alike, we'd heard that it was the absolute best restaurant in Boston. Our schedule was tight, so we booked a brunch reservation on Sunday before the Red Sox game, and you better believe it was the right decision!
Brunch at Mistral is laid back and extremely pleasurable. The beautiful dining room is flooded with light, there's no wait for tables and the service is friendly and attentive. We took many of our waiter's suggestions and he was spot on:
1. Donuts ($6) - if you ignore everything else on this review, DO NOT PASS UP THE DONUTS! Little jelly filled homemade munchkins dusted with enough powdered sugar to power up a little kid for an entire day of mayhem, these delectable little balls were amazingly delicious (and I don't usually even like jelly donuts!) We were informed that there would be ~6 per order, but we wound up with 8. JACKPOT!
2. Mistral Bloody Mary ($8) - with a tall slender glass and attractive greenery, this was a supremely elegant bloody mary. El Queso Grande certainly enjoyed this
3. Deviled Eggs ($4) - delicious but classic truffled deviled eggs
4. Tenderloin of Beef Benedict ($29) - with tarragon and shallot hollandaise, this was an interesting take on eggs benedict. The tenderloin was cooked medium rare and made quite a comely bite when paired with egg yolk! If you like steak and eggs, this is a great and rather upscale rendition
5. Jumbo Lump Crab & Chive Omelette ($22) - our waiter's favorite, this was delicious with a buttery sauce that seemed to get better every time I dipped my bread in it. It went from seeming somewhat bland to growing increasingly rich and decadent on my tongue!
We were perfectly fueled up for a day at the ballpark. Not too full, but just right!
PARTING THOUGHT: I'm definitely going back to try the late night menu and dinner!
Mistral offers delicious French food in a space that offers the same sort of enchantment and allure of being in Southern France. Even though the restaurant is just one very large room with high ceilings, the restaurant feels very intimate with shrubbery in pots around the room and photos of lavender fields along the walls. It feels expensive, modern, and high-end without being overly pretentious.
The menu incorporates a plethora of high-end ingredients (boutique lettuces, truffles, forest mushrooms, etc.). For an appetizer, my boyfriend and I decided to split the sirloin carpaccio with black truffle aioli, Parmesan and toasted brioche ($16.) It was what you would expect from a sirloin carpaccio: Light and delicious. For our meal, I ordered the grilled tenderloin of beef, bordelaise style, with olive oil, roasted asparagus and horseradish whipped potato ($39), and my boyfriend decided to try the roast rack of Colorado lamb with spring dug parsnips, fava bean "printaniere", and red wine reduction ($52). While both dishes were good, we preferred the beef tenderloin over the lamb. The sauce that goes with the beef tenderloin really makes the dish and is memorable.
For dessert, my boyfriend ordered the warm chocolate torte with vanilla ice cream and anglaise sauce ($11) while I had the artisanal cheese plate with rhubarb jam, native honey, and toasted baguette ($22). The chocolate torte was very good, but we wouldn't have minded a little bit more cake around the warm gooey chocolate center. The cheese plate was also very good. I especially enjoyed the rhubarb jam.
All in all, we had a wonderful experience at Mistral. The service was spot-on as well as the food. The only real problem we had with the restaurant was the price. We just expected a little more. With so many fantastic restaurants in the city, I don't think we would recommend Mistral to any of our friends who want to go to a high-end French restaurant for around the same price. I would instead recommend they go to Lumiere Restaurant in Newton or order off of the al la carte menu at L'Espalier in Boston.
Mistral is one of my favorite restaurants in Boston. Mistral's atmosphere is very elegant and refreshing and the service is excellent. The restaurant mainly serves French-inspired cuising and the food is outstanding. My personal favorites include the Seared Foie Gras, the Maine Crab Ravioli, Grilled Tenderloin of Beef, and Skillet Seared Prime Sirloin Au Poivre. Desserts are also quite tasty - I especially like their sorbet and ice cream. Mistral also has a private dining room that is a very festive venue for larger gatherings such as company events.
While Mistral is quite expensive, the experience is definitely worth the price. A five star experience in my book!
I celebrated my birthday here recently and OMG was I happy with my restaurant choice!
We requested the car service to pick us up, which was really nice since it takes away any parking worries and is much nicer (and cheaper, obviously) than a cab. Think Boston Coach versus cab. On their website they say that the service is available within 2 miles of the restaurant. But, when my grandfather, who lives in Brookline, asked if he could get a ride they said it was no problem (although maybe they take pity on old men, I dunno).
As for the food, WOW, everything was awesome! Their pizza was so thin and non greasy, I could eat it every day. I got the tenderloin of beef, which, along the sides of mashed potatoes, asparagus, & garlic toast, was fabulous. Every dish at the table was served with great presentation- nice design with sauces and whatnot. I heard from others that the cod they ordered was very good, flaked off in their mouthes they said.
Then came dessert, which was equally awesome. Had tastes of both the profiteroles and warm chocolate torte and loved them.
Although the prices are high, I have to say that you feel that it's worth it. Any upscale restaurant charges similar prices, but their food comes no where close to being as delicious as Mistral's.
Lastly, the decor and ambiance was also nice- chic and not stuffy. I went on a weeknight and saw a few people dressed more casually, in jeans or chords, with a mix of after work people too.