"From the typeface on the menu, to the well-mixed French 75 aperitif, to the frites served in a cone, Toulouse looks and feels like a sleek brasserie somewhere in France. And much of what chef Yoanne Lardeux turns out happens to be deliciously correct: a silky foie gras terrine with rhubarb confit; soul-satisfying, flaky-crusted quiches; a very respectable bouillabaisse – even that most elusive of dishes, a beautiful, simple, perfectly dressed bibb salad."
Dallas Morning News

"I was pleased to taste some classic dishes and welcome the return of French bistro dining to Dallas."

Voted best French Restaurant in DFW 2010
The Best in DFW

“The main dish braised short ribs are an unpretentious delight, simply melting in your mouth”
Dallas Morning News

“The duck (confit)'s crispy skin against the soft juicy leg and breast meat with creamy dark lentils provided a delicious contrast in texture”
Dotty Griffith

“Most pleasing of the offerings was the Dover Sole Menuniere, a basic French dish that is transporting when properly prepared, and this one was: Lightly dredged in flour, the elegant lush fish is sauteed in a lemony brown butter. Beautiful to the taste”
Fort Worth Star Telegram

Voted Best Mussels | 2008 Best of Dallas
Dallas Observer

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