The hip and the academic flock to this Cuban-French successor to Chez Jean (where legions of Harvard men first tasted canard a l`orange) outside Harvard Square. Paul O`Connell of Providence has enlisted chef Corrina Mozo to cook for his Left Bank bistro, which is swathed in reds and earth tones. Roasted chicken arrives with fried yucca; pate de campagne is paired with foie gras, tropical barbecue sauce and pickled pineapple slices. A bargain bar menu features Cuban treats such as pressed-pork sandwiches.
Stop in Chez Henri for a bistro that focuses on an inventive Cuban and French menu.
Atmosphere: is accented by red tones. The place has a romantic atmosphere. Table talk is no problem here - noise level is unobtrusive.
More Reasons to Go: Chez Henri is great for anniversaries and other romantic evenings.
Eating & Drinking: Open for dinner.A full selection of alcoholic beverages are served. You`ll find that there a seated bar inside.
Of Interest: You may opt to sit in the barroom, where you can choose from an array of sandwiches and other interesting Cuban creations.
Details to Note: Smoking is not permitted. Entrances and walkways are wheelchair friendly.
Ways to Pay: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Diners Club
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 6pm-10pm
Fri & Sat 5:30pm-11pm