Perhaps it depends upon one's age whether or not one would think "Le Bistro" sounds Vietnamese. Vietnam was once part of French Indo China, and even in 1959 there were a good number of Le Bistros scattered about the
countryside, and I doubt if even the natives thought it odd then themselves. Oh well...I agree, it will...if it lasts...end up being thought of and talked about as "Frank's Place"...that is, as long as Frank hangs around.
All the best...dke
Sue P wrote:
> We just keep calling it "Frank's Place" but I believe the official name is something like Le Bistro (not very Vietnamese). I would also recommend this place. The menu is limited but very good. And Frank is a great host!
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> If you're looking for something quite good with an oriental twist, by
> all mean's try the fairly new Vietnamese resturarant in West End. The
> name escapes me as I write this, but you can find it where Tyll's Dive
> Shop is. Their combination appetizer platter makes an interesting and
> satisfying dinner for two; Frank (the manager/maitre d'/waiter offers
> a fairly nice slection of winesl and the prices are very reasonable.
> Bon appetit. -Tom
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