quirky european flair sets stage for meals worth the wait - colored glass water bottles
American bistro. , Hudson978-568-1500 Mega ebistro.
Lunch time: noon from Tuesday to Friday-2 p. m. ; dinner Tuesday-Thursday, 5:30-9 p. m.
Friday and Saturday-10 p. m. ;
Closed on Sunday and booked on Monday to accept the main toll card available to the disabled. We found that we loved Chloe very much, an American bistro, starting with the soft, rolling curtains you pushed open into the invitation, and the art space seemed to be far from the busy spinning space in downtown Hudson.
I asked my pro-French friend about three.
How would they describe the decoration, the size of the wooden cutouts House, the ceramic cock and the stained glass chocolate.
French farmhouse? Country French?
One person said: "trendy French, it seems to be a summary.
We love the marble-colored och-colored walls, burgundy's red accent, old photos and candles, all of which create an authentic bistro feel.
We love the menu of traditional aperitif, which is cleverly attached to the wine bottle on the table.
We didn't like the table top covering, and strangely the linen was covered with hard brown paper squares, which we found unattractive and noisy.
The restaurant describes the menu as "traditional New England cuisine with European flavor ". "An amuse-
A free appetizer for grilled tuna on a seaweed salad with a group of aioli, promising more good things in the kitchen of chef and boss Matthew Landry, who opened in 2001.
The resume of Landry includes the staff of the former Ritz Hotel
Carleton Hotel in Boston, Rialto Hotel in Cambridge and Henrietta Hotel.
The service was surprisingly slow on less than half the night at the restaurant.
But the food is worth waiting. A mixed salad ($8)was dressed-
Make a green side dish with roasted spiced apple slices, cheddar cheese pieces and praline walnuts, accompanied by balsamic vinegar.
It is sharp and sweet, soft and crisp. Flamenkuche ($11), an Alsatian-
Caramelized onions, crispy Latton (bits of bacon)
And cheese. this is a very good traditional dish with very thin skin.
Six small wedges are perfect for sharing.
Bison "slider "($9)
Two small buffalo burgers topped with Moroccan barbecue sauce and caramelized onions and stuffed into soft rolls.
Burnt out, pink in the middle, tender like a steak.
Main course for Mac and Cheese ($19)
Far from Kraft's dinner.
Orecchiette pasta, mushrooms, and large creamy pumpkins snuggle in a rich Chevrolet sauce.
A drop of truffle oil adds to the taste of dirt. Hickory-
Smoked pork in cattle adoscider sauce ($21)
Not very successful.
While we love the sweet and sour cabbage and roasted sweet potatoes that accompany us, the taste of the pork is a bit vague and the crust is hard. Pan-seared salmon ($20)
It is a rich fish fillet made of smooth citrus butter sauce with sweet orange slices on it.
A salad of fennel and sesame is delicious, but the tarragon flavored cake is chewy, not creamy.
We picked bread pudding from the dessert tray ($6. 50)
If there is no accompanying cranberry fruit plate, it may be very dry, and there is also a crepe full of rich and warm chocolate sauce ($6. 50).
Both of them are welcome with fresh whipped cream.
On Friday and Saturday nights, the restaurant offers jazz in a comfortable lounge, which seems to be the perfect place to enjoy music with friends.