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6959 Lebanon Rd. 110
Frisco, TX   75035
214.705.7775
About Bonnie Ruths Cafe
Bonnie Ruth's Caf Trottoir et Patisserie pays homage to the classic 'French Bistro'. Dine on Steak Frites, Moules Marnire, and Duck Leg Confit. Sip a classic cocktail at our Belle poque style bar. Join us for Sunday Brunch and eggs benedict on the patio near the fire place, handmade blueberry cream cheese crepes under the rotunda by the fountain or an omelet with a mimosa in the sun.<p>We also have home-made delicacies for every taste for after dinner, for home or for your next party or event. <p> Dallas Morning News Review: <p>&quot;Like the restaurant's name, Cafe Trottoir et Patisserie (which translates to &quot;sidewalk cafe and pastry shop&quot;), the vibe is undeniably French A starter of moules Marnire was served in a daunting cast-iron skillet, where dozens of plump Prince Edward Island mussels lay tumbled in a bath of butter, garlic, white wine and lemon juice. The seafood was fresh and firm, just barely infused with the essence of the fragrant broth that surrounded it. Another stunning entree was the skate Grenobloise&quot;<p>Kim Harwell Dallas Morning News

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6959 Lebanon Rd. 110
Frisco, TX   75035
214.705.7775
About Bonnie Ruths Cafe
Bonnie Ruth's Caf Trottoir et Patisserie pays homage to the classic 'French Bistro'. Dine on Steak Frites, Moules Marnire, and Duck Leg Confit. Sip a classic cocktail at our Belle poque style bar. Join us for Sunday Brunch and eggs benedict on the patio near the fire place, handmade blueberry cream cheese crepes under the rotunda by the fountain or an omelet with a mimosa in the sun.<p>We also have home-made delicacies for every taste for after dinner, for home or for your next party or event. <p> Dallas Morning News Review: <p>&quot;Like the restaurant's name, Cafe Trottoir et Patisserie (which translates to &quot;sidewalk cafe and pastry shop&quot;), the vibe is undeniably French A starter of moules Marnire was served in a daunting cast-iron skillet, where dozens of plump Prince Edward Island mussels lay tumbled in a bath of butter, garlic, white wine and lemon juice. The seafood was fresh and firm, just barely infused with the essence of the fragrant broth that surrounded it. Another stunning entree was the skate Grenobloise&quot;<p>Kim Harwell Dallas Morning News