Sharon >Coriander Bistro
“The food is delicious and the music in the background is quite enjoyable.”
“The service is great.”
Great Food. The food is delicious and the music in the background is quite enjoyable. The foods have all kinds of spices.Whether you like your food spicy or the little of amount of spice they have it all. The service is great. It gets slow sometimes but only when it gets really busy. They always have smiles on their faces making you also smile. I think this restaurant deserves 5 out of 5 stars
Bringing Sizzle to the Suburbs, Part 2.
Appetizers leave us salivating and anxiously awaiting our entrees. For starters, our server provides us with a pre-appetizer treat ? or more aptly ? a tease. As a courtesy of the chef, we sip on a particularly scrumptious, somewhat spicy spoonful of ginger carrot soup. From there, the handcrafted gnocci?s slightly rubbery texture meshes wonderfully with a unique blend of light, savory tomato broth and sliky-soft chunks of braised ribs, and this is unequivocally the standout dish of the evening. My wife?s wild mushroom tartlet with boar sausage is perfectly warmed and not overly flaxy, a tendency inferior concoctions tend to have.
Entrees are almost equally divine and portions more than generous. I would have preferred my Long Island Duck ?Two Ways? served as only ?One Way.? While the meat on the bone is moist, the task of actually getting to it proves to be difficult. The skin is unbearably buttery, and prohibits full enjoyment in conjunction with the meat itself. The other half of the duck is entirely off the bone, and cooked perfectly medium rare. The accompanying spatzle and asparagus tips are simple and fun, and do not overpower the duck itself. My wife?s succulent thick cut pork chop, however, is the far superior dish, with its blend of artichokes, pickled shallots, roasted potatoes, and garlic sauce.
We finish with a dessert that comes highly touted by our server, and it would be an understatement if we said she is spot-on with her suggestion. A raspberry lindsor torte served warm with graham cracker ice cream melts in the mouth. I am left licking my fork and craving more of this delectable dish.
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Best upscale dining in the area. I love love love this place. Excellent food, excellent service. My boyfriend and I have been there several times, and will definately keep coming back.
Rewarding modern French fare lures food lovers deep into the heart of suburbia..
This intimate bistro, located directly between Boston and Providence in blink-and-you'll-miss-it Sharon Center, has no problem filling its 50 seats on most nights (reservations are strongly recommended). Other than an upbeat soundtrack of French pop music, there's not much in the simply appointed dining room to distract patrons from chef/owner Kevin Crawley's inspired cuisine. Courteous waiters will explain the menu's intricacies.
Crawley's menu, which changes monthly to reflect current trends and seasonal, local ingredients, presents a half-dozen first course and entree options with a heavy emphasis on seafood. Typical of the delicate, well-balanced starters is a wild mushroom vol au vent (puff pastry) served with a delicious tomato fondue. A colorful, generously portioned entree of pan-roasted halibut with lobster sauce and purple potatoes proves difficult for diners to finish if they plan on indulging in one of the artistic desserts. Don't miss the warm pear and cherry crisp.
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