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Bizerca Bistro Review
With its superb cuisine and excellent service, diners will adore this French bistro's new location in a gorgeous old Cape Dutch building on Heritage Square. Classic, delicious fare (like the signature raw Norwegian salmon salad with ginger, soy, and shallots, or braised pig trotter with seared scallops and truffle oil) are served in a warm wood-floored dining room with a vertical garden feature, as well as in a lovely outside courtyard. The culinary magic is mostly found in the form of daily specials presented chalkboard-style, and enthusiastically explained by a charming French maître d'. Lunch is buzzier than dinner, but the food is splendid every time. The summer months will also see a tapas and drinks menu from 3 to 6 during the week.
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