Established in July 2009, Bistro Du Vin is fully committed to delivering a truly authentic dining experience in a French Bistro. No effort or expense has been spared in creating an ambience typical of a similar establishment in France, from the furnishing right down to the convivial service style, music and memorabilia decorating its walls. Demystifying French food, Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road focuses on an array of traditional dishes all across France.
At Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road, the team around Philipp Pau serves honest and hearty traditional French Food. Take a step into the bistro on Zion Road and escape into a different world filled with joie de vivre to spare, where families, friends, and colleagues gather to have a convivial moment. Savourez La France! The bustling bistro filled with quirky memorabilia will transport you to a little corner of France. Bistro Du Vin is a homey and fun place for guests to enjoy hearty country French dishes.
The team at Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road believe that food is more than just for survival – it's the best ingredient to relish life with your loved ones over a memorable meal. At Bistro Du Vin, it’s all about friends serving friends. The dishes are prepared from traditional recipes with the freshest ingredients possible – but without the fuss and pomp usually associated with the “French Fine Dining” restaurant. Here, you have quality and quantity. Yes, that’s possible.
Excellent service and great food, too bad they are closing. Really good value for money and nice ambience for a nice romantic meal. Love it
Great french ambience, authentic french dishes, great value for money for 3 course set lunch. A pity that the restaurant is closing down soon, as the waiter was telling me that the restaurant will be closing down the Zion Road Branch, and relocating the staff to Shaw Centre branch, while they look for other area to relocate.
Excellent food and service. The staff were all impeccable with their knowledge and service and patience. The food is par excellence, from the accompanying vegetables to the mains to the jus to the desert.