I had the duck duo. The confit was fabulous but the duck breast was very tough and rubbery. The service was great — they are very good at taking care of you here.
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Went there for lunch and all was well with the food. I don’t want to single out the server, but her food handling practices were really unsanitary. In the span of our one hour lunch, we watched her eat food off of a plate on...More
We eat here ALL the time, our taste buds never get bored. Tonight was lobster nachos, stuffed mushrooms and ribeye with bernaise. Chef Ryan came out with a piece of lamb in Sambuca and orange reduction "just to taste" and it was to die for....More
We went there for our second year wedding anniversary dinner. We had excellent service and excellent meals as always. The White Goose Bistro has always provided us with excellent service and superb meals. We always look forward to our next visit.
OH.M.GEE Ryan at White Goose Bistro is at it again. We have been on the hunt for calzones, unable to find anywhere besides BP- we reached out to Ryan and this is his creation. Homeade dough, Chicken, bacon, ham, fresh pineapple, and alfredo sauce. Absolute...More
We booked early in the week and were happy they had a table. First time I had been there since the renovations. They did a very nice job. As always we all got very flavorful starters and that carried to the main course and dessert....More
The food for lunch is reasonable, served in an expedient way, and good. Dinners are a bit pricey but very good. The service is excellent. Would recommend.
My husband & I stopped into this quaint little bistro for lunch. The atmosphere was pleasant & the owner was friendly. The meals we ordered were very pleasing to the eye and my husband enjoyed his Philly cheese steak. I had a roasted beet salad...More
Best rack of lamb in PG. Full 8 bone rack for only $40. I asked for medium rare and it was cook perfectly. My husband had the special “suvee beef tenderloin” and the flavour was amazing. Thank you Fallon and the staff for a memorable...More