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2 2 Stars

Cuisine: French, Seafood - Price: $$$, $18 to $39

3 Battery Wharf, Boston

A magnificently designed restaurant with subtly flavored dishes, very much in the French "nouvelle cuisine"... READ MORE


2 2 Stars

Cuisine: French, Italian, Mediterranean

344 Walnut St, Newton

Elegant and blessedly quiet suburban oasis of fine Mediterranean food -- really Italian with hints... READ MORE

Beacon Hill Bistro


Cuisine: Bistro, French

25 Charles St, Beacon Hill

A real bistro look and feel, but food good enough for a full-tilt restaurant, especially... READ MORE

Bistro du Midi

2 2 Stars

Cuisine: French - Price: $23 to $32

272 Boylston St, Back Bay

French Provençal cuisine under executive-chef Robert Sisca, former sous chef at NYC’s Le Bernardin (an upscale spot considered one of the Big Apple’s juiciest bites).... READ MORE

Bon Savor


Cuisine: Bistro, French, Fusion - Price: $

605 Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

This cozy french eatery boasts great salads, delicious raw Island Creek oysters and summer coq... READ MORE

Brasserie Jo


Cuisine: French

120 Huntington Ave, Back Bay

Traditional Parisian bistro flavors with some hearty Alsatian dishes. A clone of a second restaurant... READ MORE

The Cafe


Cuisine: French, American, Indian

15 Arlington St, Back Bay

Overlooking Newbury Street, The Cafe at the Taj Boston hotel serves up classic American fare... READ MORE

Cafe Escadrille


Cuisine: French, Fusion, American - Price: $$, $19.95 to $65

26 Cambridge St, Burlington

This Burlington landmark has been in the business of serving fine cuisine for over 35... READ MORE

Chez Henri


Cuisine: French, Cuban

1 Shepard St, Cambridge

A classic French bistro with a Cuban flair: loud, casual, warm, and nourishing. Try the... READ MORE



Cuisine: French

2449 Main St, Brewster

Open June, September, and October only. An elaborate menu that gracefully and casually mixes classic... READ MORE



Cuisine: French, Fusion, Asian - Price: $30 to $39

370A Comm Ave , Back Bay

Clio's Ken Oringer is capable of doing things with food that almost no one else... READ MORE

Cognac Bistro

4 4 Stars

Cuisine: French - Price: $$, $12 to $24

455 Harvard St, Brookline

Informal bistro with some truly amazing food, such as house-made gnocchi, mussel meats a l’escargot,... READ MORE

Elephant Walk


Cuisine: French, Cambodian

900 Beacon St, Kenmore-BU

Just a great restaurant, doing everything well. Rarely do restaurant-goers have the option of sampling... READ MORE

Elephant Walk Cambridge


Cuisine: French, Cambodian

2067 Mass Avenue, Fenway

The Gallows

3 3 Stars

Cuisine: French, Fusion, American - Price: $9 to $28

1395 Washington St, Boston

Another worthy exponent of the gastropub ethos, chef Seth Morrison brings extraordinary care to pub-like... READ MORE

Gaslight Brasserie Du Coin


Cuisine: French - Price: $7 to $20

560 Harrison Ave, South End

When some of us dream, we dream of steak. For less than 10 bucks, you’d... READ MORE

Griyo Lakay


Cuisine: French, Carribean

604 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester-Mattapan

This no-frills Haitian joint (ring a bell for service, a friendly chef will emerge and... READ MORE

Hamersley’s Bistro


Cuisine: French, American

553 Tremont St, South End

Casual French-inspired food with a distinctly American and decidedly upscale accent: guests wear ties while... READ MORE

Hungry I


Cuisine: French - Price: $25 to $36

71 ½ Charles St, Beacon Hill

A plush, cozy Continental restaurant tucked downstairs in an ancient building on Charles Street. READ MORE

Jacky's Table


Cuisine: French, Fusion - Price: $10 to $15

1414 Commonwealth Ave, Brighton

Entry-level French food is the intention, and it can be successful, on dishes like the appetizer pates, the side vegetables, the roast chicken, and the... READ MORE

Jasmine Bistro


Cuisine: Hungarian, French, Mediterranean - Price: $12 to $24

412 Market St, Allston-Brighton

A little Brighton storefront re-creates the high Continental cuisine of an earlier era in charming... READ MORE

Jewel of Newbury [CLOSED]


Cuisine: French

254 Newbury Street, Back Bay

La Voile


Cuisine: French - Price: $15 to $44

261 Newbury St, Back Bay

La Voile gets props for demonstrating — via extraordinary Provençal and Niçoise food, and comically frenetic yet somehow efficient Gallic service — that Newbury street... READ MORE

Le Soir Bistro


Cuisine: French

51 Lincoln St [Newton Highlands], Newton Highlands

Le Soir is supposed to be a bistro, but the flavors, service, and prices all... READ MORE

Les Zygomates


Cuisine: French

129 South St, Leather District

Live jazz six nights a week. Located near South Station. Open Mon-Fri from 11:30 am-1... READ MORE



Cuisine: French

1293 Washington St, West Newton

For something described as a bistro, Lumière looks and sounds the part, but aspires to... READ MORE



Cuisine: French, Fusion, Indian

52 Temple St, Downtown

Chain-metal curtains? You would think a goth hot spot but it’s just the opposite. Mantra... READ MORE



10 Bosworth St, Boston


2 2 Stars

Cuisine: Wine, French

70 Rowes Wharf, Waterfront

A slick yet welcoming wine bar overlooking the water. Although its “bar bites” are incredibly pretty to look at, the restaurant is known less for... READ MORE

Navy Yard Bistro & Wine Bar


Cuisine: French

1 First Ave (Charlestown Navy Yard), Charlestown

No. 9 Park


Cuisine: French, Italian

9 Park St, Downtown

When friends ask us where they should go if they have one night to dine... READ MORE

Paris Creperie


Cuisine: French

326 Cambridge Street, Boston

Petit Robert Bistro


Cuisine: French

468 Commonwealth Ave, Boston

Very competent and moderately priced bistro by Jacky Robert, French-born nephew of the founders of... READ MORE

Petit Robert Central


Cuisine: French, Fusion - Price: $$

101 Arch St, Downtown

We’ve been tough on Jacky Robert’s little empire — as his formula of pre-Julia-Child-style French... READ MORE

Pierrot Bistrot Francais


Cuisine: French

272 Cambridge St, Beacon Hill

Remember how French food used to be the thing? Pierrot brings it all back, from... READ MORE



Cuisine: French, cuisine

8 High St, Downtown

Radius buzzes, flows, and wows -- and when it doesn't, it sure tries hard. When... READ MORE

Red Stripe Providence


Cuisine: French, American

465 Angel St, PROVIDENCE



Cuisine: French, Mediterranean

1 Bennett St, Cambridge

Thanks to Jody Adams's exuberant brand of cookery -- a Mediterranean-influenced merger of the homey and the exotic -- Rialto has long been Cambridge's premier go-to.... READ MORE

Ritz-Carlton Dining Room


Cuisine: French

15 Arlington St [Ritz-Carlton], Beacon Hill

The refurbished Ritz has kept the legendary service and atmosphere of the grand Dining Room,... READ MORE



Cuisine: French, International

798 Main St, Inman Square

Salts may be the most original, least heralded restaurant in the city. Chef/owner Steven Rosen's... READ MORE

Sandrine’s Bistro


Cuisine: French

8 Holyoke St, Cambridge

Pretty serious and beautifully composed food, especially for something called a bistro, but the dedication... READ MORE

Sel de la Terre Long Wharf


Cuisine: French

255 State St , Waterfront

A large and stylish Provençal restaurant owned by Frank McClelland, chef of the ultra-high-end L’Espalier.... READ MORE


1 1 Stars

Cuisine: French

90 Tremont St [Nine Zero Hotel], Downtown

The latest in ultra-luxe dining rooms inside boutique hotels rides the usual combination of select... READ MORE

Staff Meal Food Truck


Cuisine: French, Fusion, Food Truck

162-166 Spring Street, Roxbury

With City Hall’s bigger and better food-truck schedule this year, you’ll hopefully be seeing a... READ MORE

Ten Tables


Cuisine: French

597 Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

Let’s put it this way: you’d better be pretty chummy with your date if you... READ MORE

UpStairs on the Square (Monday Club Bar)

1 1 Stars

Cuisine: French, American, Italian

91 Winthrop St, Cambridge

The downstairs bar of UpStairs is still upstairs from the street, and easier to get... READ MORE

Wine Cellar

1 1 Stars

Cuisine: Wine, French

30 Mass Ave, Back Bay

The concept is fondues for appetizers, main dishes, and desserts. Our critic suggests a salad... READ MORE

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