A while back, on a trip to Wellfleet, we tried a new place, a bistro with wonderful food. In the morning, they have delightfully light criossants, some of the best I have ever had, and bread and much much more. (I love their raisin croissant-y bits.) And then, we went to dinner -- for Canadian thanksgiving -- where we had a wonderful wonderful meal. The place: PB Boulangerie which is a lovely french-ish place right along Route 6.The chefs are Philippe Rispoli and Matt O'Neil, both french natives.
While I cannot quite recall the entire menu or even what we ordered, I can say we had a tart aux endives (puff pastry and endive and roquefort) -- something I ordered -- and Rissotto a laCourge Musquee (butternut squash risotto with a lovely brown butter and. . . . ) ordered by my favorite co-diner -- and Poullet Roti a la Broche which is amish chicken and was totally the best chicken ever. Lovely desserts -- frothy parfait-like and chocolate-y. Also, the wines were dandy. definitely dandy. And the service was wodnerful, informed, and not too intrusive.
We sat beside some interesting women, whose conversation well, we overheard, and then we got into a very interesting chat about the state of women in Massachusetts. Not to mention the nation.
And the setting was wonderful -- fall-like, with leaves of a sort of coppery color, dangling from the ceiling, with a warm environment, lovely smells, and a nice line of sight into the kitchen.
PS: I will definitely, most definitely go there again. And, I will buy croissants and enjoy every single self indulgent bite.