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The Bicycle - 14 Reviews - 1444 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230, Baltimore, MD - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (410) 234-1900

The Bicycle

1444 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 234-1900
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The Bicycle - Baltimore, MD


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Been here a lot. I love the fantastic food made with fresh ingredients. Its a solid, contemporary menu that keeps classic tastes with modern flair. Service is awesome, attentiv...


What happened to our favorite restaurant???!!! We went this past Saturday and were deeply disappointed. The food was horrible, the presentation - very sloppy and our waitress was ...

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Great food! 3/29/2006

My boyfriend saw the Bicycle Bistro as we were driving by and decided he wanted to try it. They have a pretty interesting menu here. The food is delicious! The mongolian barbeque was so good that we both were fighting over the same dish. Not that the pork was bad, just that the mongolian was so delicious. This restaurant is extremely expensive, so beware when you visit. I think it is definitely worth a visit every now and again though, because the food is wonderful and the ambiance is very nice as well. more

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So over hyped 4/18/2005

Why does everyone love this place so much? It's perfectly OK and the bread is fantastic. But if you get stuck in the back room, the atmosphere is terrible and the tables are way too close together. And the prices-- sheesh. I think this is mostly the Emporer's new clothes. Because it's impossible to get a reservation on weekends, everyone thinks it's the place to be (it's not-- Pazo is) . That being said, the food is good. And if you go on a non-weekend night, and don't order more than one glass of wine, it's worth going to. more
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  • The Scene
    Just a few steps into this Federal Hill restaurant, you'll notice an open kitchen takes center stage--much like the food. Oversized windows and sparse furnishings stave off claustrophobia in the warren of cozy dining rooms, as earthy green and brown tones warm the minimalist background. While the staff is quite knowledgeable, popularity has its price: overburdened servers' attentiveness declines in proportion to the number of people seated.

    The Food
    "Small plate" starters such as tuna and avocado tartare and lobster ravioli are anything but small. The tartare's whirlwind of Asian-influenced flavors highlights its freshness. In the red pepper bisque with Maryland blue crab, the piquant punch of the spices makes the sweet crab a mere sidekick. The Hereford tenderloin medallion stands out in a triumvirate-of-meat dish, where the Kobe beef top sirloin and short ribs in a Burgundy reduction sauce took the silver and bronze in a close competition.

  • 12/4/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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    Master Card, Carte Blanche, Visa, Discover, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    SBIC/ West Federal Hill