Mirepoix now features an exciting new menu with courses (4, 5 or 6) that is a culinary masterpiece. I highly recommend the wine pairings to go along with each course. The price is quite affordable if you compare their menu with a salad, main and desert at others restaurants. For the price, Mirepoix is one of the best of the high quality dining experiences available, and even better than much more costly options in the area.
My wife and I happened upon this little gem in Windsor. The food was fantastic, the decor was nice and not over the top. And we were so surprised the chef was a native of Central Ohio. Hard to just walk into with out a reservation but absolutely worth the wait. Do not miss this place.
I love Mirepoix with it's small, incredibly charming atmosphere. The food is seasonal and sensational, everything one expects from So Co. The staff is as knowledgeable as they are helpful, they know their food and wine. They also have (limited) counter seating that allows you to see all the action in their very small, exceptionally skilled kitchen, especially great for the off times that I dine alone. You will NOT be disappointed. I have been there many times and each time I am reminded just how good it is. We are so lucky to have such a variety of fantastic restaurants here and Mirepoix is absolutely in my top 5 picks. YUM!
Mirepoix is a warm, intimate American/French cuisine built into a former house in Windsor. Pleasantly cozy and inviting with dim, romantic lighting that brings out the rich red tones of the walls. Tasty French bistro fare for fair prices. The braised sweetbrads, duck confit, and tarte tatin were highlights.
We went there on a Sunday evening after wine tasting all day in Sonoma county. It was good to sit down! The place was unassuming, and the co-owner seated us herself. She told us they had worked in the food industry for quite some time, and now they got to do their own thing. They wanted a restaurant that was not too big so that they could really focus on the food.
My wife had the leek and onion cream soup to start, which was really good. A little too salty though. She had a pasta dish, which was reasonably priced ($12) and reasonably good. I had the cassoulet, the special for Sunday nights, which was made in the Toulouse style and tasted great. It was made with beans, lamb, sausage, veggies, and a brown sauce. Again, it was a little too salty. I can add my own salt, so if anything, chefs should err on the side of making things a little less salty than it should be. The dessert was a chocolate saddened cake, which meant it was dripping with home-made ice-cream. It was okay, but not great. I mean anything with chocolate can't be bad, but I've made a better scharffernberger cake at home myself.
The thing that stood out was that the ambiance was great. Laid-back. Wait staff was very friendly, courteous, and attentive. Special requests were not a problem. The whole place was nicely decorated so it felt comfortable, and the fact that it only has 24 seats meant it was very intimate and cozy.
This was a nice, comfortable place to hang out after wine tasting. The food was pretty good, if not a little salty, but overall I had a pretty good impression of the place.
mirepoix is a very unassuming, casual place to get some good food. located on a corner, the restaurant looks like a converted house with a reasonably large seating area in the front. there is no corkage fee if you bring in a sonoma county wine, which was a nice surprise. the spicy shrimp appetizer was simply amazing. it doesn't appear on any of the online menus, but it the sauce was outstanding. i had the pork tenderloin, which was presented on top of spinach and some starch. initially, i was concerned about the small quantity, but it ended up being more than enough food. i wish there had been more spinach, but the pork itself was moist and well flavored. we passed on dessert, but our waitress insisted we get something and brought us a saddened chocolate cake, on the house. it was quite good and a very nice gesture. i'd definitely go again.
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