by J. CLAYTON BARBOUR
photography by KEITH LANPHER
Maggie Tsouris, 65
WRITTEN BY: JERRY CRONIN, FLAVOR@PILOTONLINE.COM
Voilà, in the Freemason section of downtown Norfolk, continues to be a little gem.
Located on the other side of the light rail tracks from where Botetourt Street meets Brambleton Avenue, the restaurant sits tucked away in one of the city’s oldest historic neighborhoods, complete with cobblestone streets and some of the few surviving antebellum houses on this side of the Elizabeth River. It bills itself as “cuisine internationale” but is at heart predominantly French, with a little bit of Greek incorporated by the newest owners.
This room would not be out of place in Paris.
Relatively small, the space provides a cozy intimate setting to its evening offerings. Sound and light are ...
VOILA, 509 BOTETOURT ST., NORFOLK
FRENCH WITH A TOUCH OF GREEK
THE FIXED PRICE MENUS ARE A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A COMPLETE EXPERIENCE.
IF YOU GO:
MENU: SOUPS & SALADS - $8 to $12
HORS D’OEUVRES - $9 to $15
ENTREES - $18 to $32
HOURS: 5-10 P.M. MONDAYS - SATURDAYS
PARKING: PARKING LOT
HANDICAPPED ACCESS: YES
CHILD FRIENDLY? NO SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS