Old World elegance meets contemporary charm in Bijoux Restaurant. The expansive dining space is warmed by floor-to-ceiling drapes, lit by pristine chandeliers, and polished by rich wood tones. Executive Chef Scott Gottlich has constructed dishes that measure up to the fine décor both in their elegant plating and refined construction. The prix fixe menu gives the patron a choice between three and five courses, and the tasting menu recommends a different wine for each dish. While five courses might sound overwhelming, dishes like Crispy Pork Belly with fava bean “succotash,” corn, and tomato and the “Childhood” Chocolates dessert all in one sitting invite overindulgence.
Bijoux restaurant would be one of the top restaurants in Dallas if it had a bit of life to it. The food is excellent, fresh, tasty, in portions that when you finish you are fully satisfied but not sick, the price is high but worth every bite but the restaurant feels DEAD. Very formal, very stiff, very bright and the deco feels unfinished.
An innovative and well planned menu selection with very good service, but don't plan to have a quiet dinner as the noise from others carries all throughout the restaurant.
Well planned and executed menu with an excellent wine selection. Due to the noise my wife and I will probably not repeat. Ambiance is part of the experience dining out.