When visitors step into Bistro 115, they leave the bustle of the Ellis County square and experience a quiet, understated elegance. The Old-World atmosphere sets the stage for excellent service and good food. Although not required, reservations are recommended at this busy place.
The menu contains a wide range of offerings including a steak, pork chops, fish, and pasta. The lunch menu features pizzas from their wood-fired oven with the fragrant smell and slightly smoky flavor that come with it. (Even though the evening menu doesn’t list pizzas, diners can order them.) At both lunch and dinner, the server will share daily specials.
Lunch favorites are the Reuben Panini and the Shaved Tenderloin Dip. Both golden-brown toasted paninis, complete with meats and tasty melted cheeses. come with generous portions of their terrific house slaw.
My favorites are always their salads. Most of the salads are available in both small and large portions. Wood-fired salmon, chicken, steak or shrimp can be added to any salad for an even more filling and flavorful meal. The Lavash Salad is a delightful mixture of Kalamata olives, asparagus, hearts of palm, and feta cheese. The Chopped Boston Bibb Salad blends almonds, cashews, Gorgonzola, and an assortment of berries with a luscious raspberry vinaigrette.
Pastas and meat-heavy entrees come with a variety of sides such as White Cheddar Mac and Cheese. All of their meals can be accompanied by wine from the bar located in the back of the restaurant.
Bistro 115 brings a new look and dining option to the Waxahachie Square. Have you tried it? If so, what are your favorites?
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