Le Rendez-vous French Bistro and Restaurant: A Year in Review

by karina on January 6, 2015

Bon appétit! We just love saying these two words and we hope you had a great time dining at our French restaurant the past year. 2014 had been very special and successful for us. We are grateful that you celebrated with us in some ways, enjoying the best in French cooking this side of town.

French cuisine is uniquely diverse and the popular French dishes you should try, you could find in Le Rendez-vous—a one time OpenTable Diner’s Choice Awardee. Back in July, we were proud to have won big at the Tucson Lifestyle’s 2014 Culinary Awards. We won not just one but four (4) awards! We were included in the Top Six Restaurants in Tucson as chosen by the readers of Tucson Lifestyle. We won Gold in the Best French category, Silver in Best Romantic Dining, and Bronze in Best Sinful Desserts.

All the awards were very humbling. We wanted to continue our service in the restaurant industry so we gladly shared more information to our audience and loyal patrons. We showed you how to Celebrate Birthdays in Style with French Cuisine, how to Celebrate Bastille Day in Tucson at LeRendez-vous French Restaurant, and Some Etiquette in French Dining.

Because we also want you to have the best dining experience, we taught you some French Phrases for Dining at Restaurants.  If you’re the type who likes to organize parties, you might find our tips on planning a French theme party and 8 Tips on How to Choose a Good Catering Service very helpful. And of course, who could forget our All About Small Dining feature. 

For the health and fitness enthusiasts, we hoped you learned a thing or too about our features on the 5 Basic French Cooking Techniques,  French Cuisine 101, Top 10 Healthy French Cooking Tips, and the Top 6 Benefits of Eating Soup.

For the foodies, we helped answer the question “Should You Eat Salad Before or After a Meal?” and identified the Top 7 Best Wine Regions in France.

Reading the Things People Are Saying About Le Rendez-vous has always been heartwarming and we are so grateful for all your support. We hope you had a wonderful time celebrating Christmas the French way.

Happy New Year!

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