Bistrot Mirabelle, the revamped northwest Austin French spot taken over by new owner Brian O'Neill and Chef Clinton Bertrand, has announced two new prix-fixe menus based on demand from neighborhood regulars.
A three-course, $29.95 dinner menu will be on offer from 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, while a new brunch prix-fixe is $9.95 and comes with "a choice of omelet served with brunch potatoes, warm lemon and sugar scone, coffee or tea and orange juice." That doesn't include their $4 "Bloody Marie," a traditional 'Mary with a "taste of pastis" or their $5 "La Vie en Rose" champagne cocktail.
"We’re a neighborhood restaurant and we’re listening to our regulars. By introducing these fixed price options, it’s another way to provide great value for each and every guest,” says O'Neill, via press release.
Creamy chestnut soup with creme fraiche and crispy sage or Radicchio, green leaf and mustard greens with creamy buttermilk dressing and brioche croutons
Linguine tossed with oyster mushrooms, duck confit and topped with crispy shallots or Pan roasted trout with persillade and roasted potatoes
Baked gala apple with honey ice cream
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