Bibou is on the pricier side - your only option here is a $115-per-person tasting menu. But it’s worth it to pay that much at this French BYOB since when you use this place to ask your partner to move in with you, there’s a high probability they’ll say yes. Given that you’re going to be eating a lot of French food here, like foie gras in a rum emulsion and hot fig souffle, you’ll probably want to bring a nice bottle of red that can hang with all the rich food.
Bibou is permanently closed.
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