Best European Dining Experience, 2014:
Thanks to Chino and Karen Pedemonte for keeping Bon Appetit real for all these years. We can’t recall the last time we saw pickled herring on a menu. Beef au poivre is all too rare, as well. Hands down, Bon Appetit is simply one of the best restaurants in Delaware ever.
All the elements of a sophisticated French dining experience are present at Bon Appetit Restaurant: touches such as the lace curtains and French prints on the wall. Of course, the food is all here, too: delicate country pâté, pickled herring, salmon á l’orange and more. Best of all, the prices are always reasonable. This may well be the last true French dining experience in Delaware.
There are two French restaurants left in Delaware, but only one that has shunned the Americanization of French cuisine. Bon Appetit Restaurant offers country pate, chicken Champignon and other dishes in an atmosphere of lace curtains, candles and fresh flowers.