If you are looking for a kosher meat restaurant that serves simple, plentiful food and is a good value, keep looking. At Mike's Bistro, the eponymous Chef Mike creates sophisticated and well prepared dishes, often with unusual or seasonal ingredients.. For example, an order of venison was served with braised fennel and farro, a mysterious black grain pilaf. Between bouts of creativity, the chef likes to spend time in the dining room affably chatting up his guests. . The appetizer and entree portions are as tiny as the prices are huge, for example, a very small ribeye steak (flawlesly cooked), with perhaps a cup's worth of accompaniments, is $55. This allows you to save room for ganrgantuan portions of dessert, priced accordingly.. We were seated immediately, the service was flawlessly impeccable and the ambience was pleasant, if a little bit noisy. Recommended for a special occasion for kosher diners who keep an open palate and a have a big wallet.
Pros: Service, high quality food , presentation
Cons: Overpriced, small portions, unusual ingredients may not be to everyone's taste