Upon the sight of the turquoise blue Belgian somewhat “antique” appearing chairs, were in stark contrast as a complementary color to the sudden black tables and booths, with more black Victorian chandeliers hanging below an uncovered ceiling, revealing the inner workings of a building; the feel seemed contemporary, yet at the same time could be timeless and everlasting with the varying design components. This decor gave the appearance of a dimension in time in which two very different eras had collided, but in congruity. The service was excellent, I believe all restaurant attendants should have as much passion in expounding upon the menu as any owner, such as the case at the Corner Bistro. I had ordered a Shirley Temple, which was delicious, with the smooth and slightly sour in combination. A friend of mine had ordered the Fizzy Pink Lemonade which had the most appropriate combination of sweet and sour, probably one of the best lemonades which I had tasted. I also ordered the baby French onion soup, which was served with both a savoring spoon and a larger spoon; the consistency was soft and smooth, while the soup itself was savory, with the sweetness of the onions came through perfectly in the broth. For an entree, I had the beef tenderloin with the added veal bone marrow crust. The tenderloin was prepared just as I have a liking for, seasoned perfectly, medium well and slightly smoky with a deep rich flavor, the added crust gave an appropriate balance of textures, in a word, excellent. The frites on the side were also quite tasteful and seasoned perfectly. As the day wore on, it seemed apparent, however that the acoustical hard surfaces of the restaurant created the music and conversations amongst the tables to increase in volume, which slightly disturbed the ambience, but the ears did ease into it after awhile. For the end of the meal I had the chocolate truffles, which melted in the mouth, with the taste that was just perfect for an after dinner dessert. Monetarily, I felt that the price was in the range of just right and slightly above estimate, although the experience in complete combination is most certainly of appropriate intrinsic worth. In summary, decor is only one reason to dine at the renowned Corner Suite Bistro, the food is spectacular the service is fabulous. I would most definitely return to try the other most fascinating menu items.