Well-known expert chef Daniel Vasse takes the lead in the kitchen offering this side of the island French cuisine in a casual and contemporary bistro setting. The location, the food, and the style stand out in the crowd of Puerto Rico's restaurants, managing to please traditionalists and adventurous eaters all at once.
The food at Bistro Tartine is traditionally French but with a creative twist. Each dish is plated with an artistic twist so beautiful you may feel guilty digging in -- that is until you take your first bite and see how delicious the food is. Stop by on Thursday for the buffet if you aren't ready to commit to just one of the restaurants succulent dishes.
Bistro Tartine is a popular bistro that happens to specialize in French cuisine. When it comes to the level of formality, the setting here is informal. Diners are welcome to come by to enjoy both dinner and lunch, so give it a try. You might discover some dishes that you fall in love with.
While the typical imagery of a bistro evokes small, French-style tables in an intimate atmosphere with stark, white tablecloths and perhaps funky artwork on the walls, Bistro Tartine rejects this less than cozy atmosphere. Instead, the dining room is set in a short, wide space with large mirrors to make the room seem even bigger, and contemporary furnishings that somehow manage to still feel inviting. If you're hosting a function that involves more than 40 guests, call ahead for seating in the cellar.
Bistro Tartine is found within Caguas, a city in Puerto Rico.
You'll spend somewhere between $20 and $60(USD) per plate at Bistro Tartine, and most agree it is worth every penny.Bistro Tartine accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Master Card, and Visa.
Bistro Tartine is open from 10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.
Location: 500 Ave Degetau Hima Plaza 1 102, Caguas, Puerto Rico
Phone: (787) 961-4044
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