Chez Pascal & The Wurst Kitchen

960 Hope St, Providence
(401) 421-4422

Recent Reviews

sergio

I found a piece of hair in my food. Still ate it but very very disgusting

Jayson Hreczuck

Another amazing Tomato Dinner.

Karen Davie

Matt (chef/co-owner), his lovely wife Kristin (co-owner) and the entire Chez P team (James, Deb, Regina and Josiah) made last night’s tomato dinner so very special for us. The creative cuisine, prompt and professional service, music and wine were a 10! Don’t miss this event.

Ben Roth

Excellent French restaurant that is equally adept at preparing fine dining dishes as they are with a good old hot dog. They have outdoor seating and even a takeout window, and the proximity to Lippitt Park makes it a fantastic place to grab some food and take it for a picnic. I had a couple hot dogs with a variety of their great toppings, and I have to say I never thought I’d be happy to drop $6+ on a hot dog anywhere outside of a ballpark. Everything about them was amazing, the hot dog itself was clearly high quality and the toppings were flavorful and delicious. Their coleslaw and potato salad were excellent as well. I look forward to coming back and giving the fancier side of their menu a try!

gianfranco campanella

I make it a point to visit here a few times throughout the year because it is truly one of R.I. restaurant gems!!! never disappointed and always impressed... Truly another level of perfectly composed dishes!!!

matthew harrison

Great spot that I’ve been frequenting for years. I have yet to have a dish or drink from them that didn’t excite me. The staff are the best I’ve ever come across, balancing neighborly friendliness and knowledgeable professionalism.And PLEASE - whenever Matt does a “funky” dessert (cake w blue cheese, asparagus ice cream, etc.), be brave and try it. I’m always amazed by how he makes flavors work that I never would’ve imagined.

Chris Ann Gibney

Great food, great service, fun and cozy atmosphere!

Kavi Gasper

Amazing fresh food, friendly staff, and a great ambience! What more can you ask for? They have handled COVID-19 very well and offer a unique way to have their food fresh at your house.

Garrett G

I want to leave a bit of guidance for anyone who’s trying to navigate the flavor profiles of The Wurst Kitchen from the perspective of my meal.First of all, the potato salad was excellent and some of the best I’ve ever had. 5 stars to it. I’d get two orders next time. It was a “mild” potato salad in that the flavors weren’t sharp as it can be sometimes, and it tasted fresh and subtly herby. Very, very good.The next part can probably be blamed on my ignorance of what I was ordering, but I don’t think the execution was bad, I just think it wasn’t my palate, but I do want to give insight into those who maybe share my own palate.I ordered some hot dogs, a pair of two, one with minced onions and their house mustard one with the same plus their relish. I think the sausage itself was good. But what I didn’t care for was the mustard or relish. I suppose for the mustard I expected a more granular, savory profile, but it was actually quite the opposite; sweet and very syrupy/runny, while also being sharp. Again, perhaps it was my ignorance, but I wanted to put that information out there as I didn’t see a description online and it wasn’t mentioned in the reviews. Secondly was the pickle relish. I have a strong aversion to fennel and can detect it in the smallest amounts, and was by no means expecting full fennel seeds in my relish. I took one bite and discarded the rest of the hot dog. Perhaps a cursory explanation of the condiments would help mitigate these unexpected experiences.My wife tried the hotdog with relish and thought it was tasty, so to each their own I suppose, but it certainly wasn’t for me.I don’t think the execution was bad, and I wish Google allowed for more granular reviews. I’d say it was 4 stars for execution but 3 for personal enjoyment. My palate may not be refined, but I feel I’d have enjoyed a chili dog with a thin execution of a more chunky mustard from the same place, but the online ordering on their website didn’t have that as an option.I’ve tried to be honest and fair in my review. If you like strong, “poignant” flavors, I’d say give this a shot. If you’re looking for something a bit more tried and tested which might be described as an upscale version of a backyard favorite, what I’ve had from Wurst Kitchen hasn’t quite done it for me.

Kathy Sherman

Have you ever had incredible cold weather food? I'm not sure I had prior to swinging by to enjoy the Apres Ski dishes at Chez Pascal this weekend. This was such a delicious, beautifully presented meal. I highly recommend the brownies and the mulled wine, and if you're up for it, the apres ski sampler. It's well worth working through all the different flavors.

T J

I want to leave a bit of guidance for anyone who’s trying to navigate the flavor profiles of The Wurst Kitchen from the perspective of my meal.First of all, the potato salad was excellent and some of the best I’ve ever had. 5 stars to it. I’d get two orders next time. It was a “mild” potato salad in that the flavors weren’t sharp as it can be sometimes, and it tasted fresh and subtly herby. Very, very good.The next part can probably be blamed on my ignorance of what I was ordering, but I don’t think the execution was bad, I just think it wasn’t my palate, but I do want to give insight into those who maybe share my own palate.I ordered some hot dogs, a pair of two, one with minced onions and their house mustard one with the same plus their relish. I think the sausage itself was good. But what I didn’t care for was the mustard or relish. I suppose for the mustard I expected a more granular, savory profile, but it was actually quite the opposite; sweet and very syrupy/runny, while also being sharp. Again, perhaps it was my ignorance, but I wanted to put that information out there as I didn’t see a description online and it wasn’t mentioned in the reviews. Secondly was the pickle relish. I have a strong aversion to fennel and can detect it in the smallest amounts, and was by no means expecting full fennel seeds in my relish. I took one bite and discarded the rest of the hot dog. Perhaps a cursory explanation of the condiments would help mitigate these unexpected experiences.My wife tried the hotdog with relish and thought it was tasty, so to each their own I suppose, but it certainly wasn’t for me.I don’t think the execution was bad, and I wish Google allowed for more granular reviews. I’d say it was 4 stars for execution but 3 for personal enjoyment. My palate may not be refined, but I feel I’d have enjoyed a chili dog with a thin execution of a more chunky mustard from the same place, but the online ordering on their website didn’t have that as an option.I’ve tried to be honest and fair in my review. If you like strong, “poignant” flavors, I’d say give this a shot. If you’re looking for something a bit more tried and tested which might be described as an upscale version of a backyard favorite, what I’ve had from Wurst Kitchen hasn’t quite done it for me.

Thomas Nerney

Dined outdoors and loved it! The food and service are always too notch.

Mary-Ann C.

Chez Pascal, a perennial favorite, continues to adapt to these crazy times, finding new ways to delight!! Today we enjoyed their Apres Ski menu, sitting in Adirondack chairs cozy and comfortable. The team makes you feel like you're at a family gathering. Too hard to choose, so we ordered one of every dish, (all delicious and warming) paired with cocktails perfect for a brisk day!!! Amazing how an afternoon felt like an Alpine vacation.

Chris P.

Incredible German food. The spatzle with raclette is divine. Took some hot dogs home and was not disappointed. Would come again.

upred

Last night's dinner was d delicious. The duck confit was perfect, brisket mouth watering and for the first time we ordered the carrot cake which was the best we've ever had, and my husband doesn't like carrot cake. We also ordered pork pastrami to take home for lunch as we'd never had pork pastrami. We wish we had ordered two - it was spectacular. Server gave us instructions for cooking today. Keep up the good work!!!!

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Chez Pascal & The Wurst Kitchen

960 Hope St, Providence, RI 02906
(401) 421-4422