French, New American, Vegetarian options
Open now 5:30PM - 10PM
$$$$ Price range per person $30 - $35
4207 Walnut St, Philadelphia
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49th Street
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Both Association of Islamic Charitable Projects and Bistro Perrier are recommended for visiting. French food is nice here. It's time to try perfectly cooked crispy duck salads, rib steaks and red chicken curry. The cooks here prepare tasty crème brûlée, caramel ice cream and lemon cheesecakes. Guests visit this restaurant to taste delicious white chardonnay, stout or bourbon. Good chocolate malt, Italian espresso or rose tea are worth a try here.

At Bistro Perrier, you can celebrate any event: a wedding, anniversary or birthday party. The accommodating staff at this place can demonstrate how much they appreciate their customers. The spectacular service is something these restaurateurs care about. Here you will pay attractive prices. There is a cool ambiance and homey decor at this spot. Google users who visited this restaurant state that the most suitable score is 4.8.

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Darlene B.
Absolutely fabulous unexpected find.  Food and service are impeccable.  I have steak frites and pana cotta. Also had 2 mixed drinks.   Pricing was good.  I will be returning for more meals during my 2 week stay!
Ju L.
Date night at Bistro Perrier @ Walnut Hill University last night was wonderful. From pictures, Bistro Perrier looked like it was modeled to look like a European Courtyard, which was what caught my eye about the place and made me want to check it out. Food items are fairly priced and there is barely, if not any markup at all on the wines. The wine list was incredibly well curated. On this night, we decided to pair dinner with a bottle of Lagrein. For our appetizer, my husband and I ordered the charcuterie and French onion soup. I wouldn't recommend the charcuterie, but the duck liver mousse was actually very delicious aside from the layer of fat on top. The French onion soup was good as well. Next, I had the lamb steak for my entrée, and my husband had the duck breast. The duck breast was beautifully cooked and the portion was huge, but oddly ended up being very chewy. I loved my lamb steak, and the side of roasted brussels sprouts. And how could we end our night without dessert! My husband and I each had our own chocolate flourless cakes, and have to say it was THE best course of the night. According to the Maître D', the menu changes every 10 weeks, and is prepared by a different group of students. The menu could be a completely different cuisine, so it'll be fun to revisit every few months. FUN FACT: Jennifer Carroll from Top Chef went to culinary school here! Parking is complimentary in a private parking lot, so no need to worry about street parking.
John Jones
Bistro Perrier is one of the hidden jewels in Philadelphia. This is truly one of the most beautiful restaurants. The main dining room gives you the feeling that you are in a quaint Parisian town. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable, only enhancing your dining experience. The food would rival the best chef’s in France. The only disappointment is that I can not give more than 5 stars. This is a must go to.
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49th Street
4207 Walnut St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Сredit cards accepted No delivery Takeaway Booking Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 5:30PM-10PM
WednesdayWed 5:30PM-10PM
ThursdayThu 5:30PM-10PM
FridayFri 5:30PM-10PM
SaturdaySat 5:30PM-10PM

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