The French have long usurped most other cultures when it comes to cuisine. In addition to the taste of the food, there’s also the way they present it, and serve it that lends itself to the experience. These French restaurants in Massachusetts come highly recommended.
For French cuisine in a sophisticated atmosphere, visit Ma Maison in Boston. French classics dominate the menu, and the bar is known for their Gallic-style cocktails. The service is said to be superb.
Offering up exquisite French fare, the Metro Bistrot’s recipes are derived from one of the owner’s rich caches. Those that aren’t original come from French greats including Julia Child, Craig Claiborne, Jacques Pepin, Dione Lucas and more, with small liberties taken by the chef. Their website offers an excellent tutorial for those unfamiliar with French food. It’s well worth reading prior to your visit.
Enjoy a world-class meal at Aquitaine Boston, where the atmosphere is Parisian style. Traditional French fare is prepared using tips learned in authentic French kitchens. A modern twist is included with most to keep up with the desires of a trendy clientele. The restaurant serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.
Guests who take their French cuisine seriously claim dining at Bleu is akin to being back in France. The executive chef and owner, Frederic Feufeu hails from France and spent years as part of the New York restaurant scene. He now lends his own twist to the bistro classics served. The curated wine list is a treat in itself.
A delightful French bistro and bakery rolled into one, PB Boulangerie Bistro offers up exquisite French pastries and hearty French comfort food. While the chefs have the utmost respect for classic French fare, they aren’t the least bit afraid to add their own mark to the recipes they prepare. If you don’t stay for dessert, be sure to take some pastries home with you.