Mountain Bird is a poultry-focused French bistro run by a Japanese couple (the husband is the chef while his wife runs the front of house). This place gets its name because the menu is all things poultry served in non-traditional ways – like the bite sized head-to-toe sampler which includes chicken heart and liver mousse. Come here with someone who appreciates all parts of this glorious bird as much we do.
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