Le Bistro is in West End between Tyll's Dive and Frank's gift shop.
You walk up the couple of steps to the deck area between the two.
Favourite restaurants in West End are the superb Dian's Garden of
Eaten, and now, Le Bistro. Do you think I like Asian food? I think
Maybe it's time to host a "Best Of the Bay Islands" Contest. Who
has the best steak? Who has the best Shrimp Dish? (but obviously
with a little more detail). What do you think Dean, do you think
Roatanet would be a great site to host and post your votes??? We
have some superb chefs and great restaurants on the island, I think
they all deserve some great recognition. Make it an annual event
where the public vote. Just a thought of the day.
--- In roatan.....com, "Jeffrey S. Levine"
> Where is Frank's Le Bistro?
> From: seethereef [mailto:seethereef.......]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 5:33 PM
> To: roatan.....com
> Subject: [roatan] Re: Digest Number 1503 - Chinese reastaurant?
> Touche on Frank's Le Bistro. Excellent food in a great Roatan
> Rustic Restaurant. Been there a lot and the food and service has
> never been compremised. Congrats to Frank and Michael for
> us Spring Rolls, Crispy Noodles and lots and lots of other
> delights. Try it, but please leave room for me and about 40+
> On the Chinese in Coxen Hole, haven't been so can't personally
> comment. Have had friends who have, and I'll leave it at that.
> Good eating.
> --- In roatan.....com, "cunamara1940"
> > Yes, you saw what LOOKED like a chinese restaurant. This place
> > jammed the first weeks that it was open; you couldn't find a
> > park in front of it. Now, several months later, there never
> > be a car in front of it. I gave it 3 chances after the crowds
> began to
> > dwindle (hoping that I had hit them on a bad day the first 2
> > very limited menu, mostly variations on chop suey noodles and
> > dishes; meats and vegetables grossly -- I mean GROSSLY --
> > everything was lacking in flavor, as in "insipid," certainly
> > with any kind of authentic Chinese character. Great
> disappointment. I
> > think they're getting by on transient traffic that haven't
> > heard about, them. Having a great craving for Chinese, I was
> > to be rahter forgiving but this place (an extension of a San
> Predro or
> > Teguz chain, I believe) is an insult to the dining public. The
> best I
> > can say is I didn't get sick after eating there.
> > If you're looking for something quite good with an oriental
> > all mean's try the fairly new Vietnamese resturarant in West
> > name escapes me as I write this, but you can find it where
> > Shop is. Their combination appetizer platter makes an
> > satisfying dinner for two; Frank (the manager/maitre d'/waiter
> > a fairly nice slection of winesl and the prices are very
> > Bon appetit. -Tom
> > --- In roatan.....com, "Jeffrey S. Levine"
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Speaking of food...I thought I saw what looked like a Chinese
> > restaurant
> > > going on off the main road in the Coxen Hole area. Did I
> imagine it
> > or was
> > > it real?
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