Bistro No. 107 is located at  107 Chestnut St. on the corner of S. Mt. Shasta Blvd. in downtown Mount Shasta. This location has been a restaurant for as long a I can remember. It was Willy's Bavarian Restaurant in the 90's then The Goat. Serge bought it a few years ago and now they specialize in gourmet burgers.

Halibut Burger on a brioche bun (it comes on focaccia)  with a green salad and blue cheese dressing.

 Bistro No. 107 has a clean European vibe with inside/outside seating or you can sit at the bar. Our server was Donny, he was lively with a friendly attitude, just what we wanted for a Sunday lunch. My friend Lynn and chose to sit inside in the air conditioned dinning room. 

Wait to be Seated and check out what's on tap.

I had the halibut burger, the patty includes spinach and peppers giving it lots of flavor. For my side I chose a green salad with blue cheese. I'm not a fan of focaccia so I had the halibut burger on their brioche bun. The pickled onions added just the right amount of tartness and crunch. The burger went well with the Etna Blackberry Blonde. When we got our food the kitchen had our sides on the wrong plates, so they happily straightened it out.

California Garden Burger with lots of topping and sweet potato fries.

Lynn had the California Garden Burger, a house made veggie burger with sweet potato fries. She said the burger was a little hard to eat, because the veggie patty didn't hold together so well, but it was tasty so she had no trouble finishing it up with a fork. The kitchen forgot the arugula, but it was stacked tall with avocado, alfalfa sprouts, tomatoes and red onion, so she didn't miss the addition layer of lettuce. Neither of us had room for dessert!

Check the chalkboard for daily specials, soup of the day and desserts.

My daughter enjoyed the pineapple hard cider she had when we ate at the Klamath Basin Brewing Co. and when I told her the Bistro No. 107 had it on the menu we made plans to go eat on the following Thursday when Shelly and Chris go off of work. Both Chris and Shelly were happy with the Pineapple Hard Cider. I thought it had more pineapple flavor than the Ace brand she had in Oregon.

Shelly and Chris split the Blue Cheese Burger with sweet potato fries and garlic aioli. I had a Classic Burger with a green salad and house made 1000 Island dressing. The garlic aioli is a creamy garlicky dip for the perfectly cooked sweet potato fries.

The Classic Burger comes with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle. It makes for a tall burger!

We enjoyed the atmosphere, service and the food. The menu has something for everybody, including vegetarians. On my two trips last week we all ordered burgers, but there are salads and other items to try...next time.

Blue cheese burger with bacon and a side of sweet potato fries served with garlic aioli.

Bistro No. 107 is located at  107 Chestnut St. on the corner of S. Mt. Shasta Blvd. in downtown Mount Shasta. This location has been a restaurant for as long a I can remember. It was Willy's Bavarian Restaurant in the 90's then The Goat. Serge bought it a few years ago and now they specialize in gourmet burgers.

Halibut Burger on a brioche bun (it comes on focaccia)  with a green salad and blue cheese dressing.

 Bistro No. 107 has a clean European vibe with inside/outside seating or you can sit at the bar. Our server was Donny, he was lively with a friendly attitude, just what we wanted for a Sunday lunch. My friend Lynn and chose to sit inside in the air conditioned dinning room. 

Wait to be Seated and check out what's on tap.

I had the halibut burger, the patty includes spinach and peppers giving it lots of flavor. For my side I chose a green salad with blue cheese. I'm not a fan of focaccia so I had the halibut burger on their brioche bun. The pickled onions added just the right amount of tartness and crunch. The burger went well with the Etna Blackberry Blonde. When we got our food the kitchen had our sides on the wrong plates, so they happily straightened it out.

California Garden Burger with lots of topping and sweet potato fries.

Lynn had the California Garden Burger, a house made veggie burger with sweet potato fries. She said the burger was a little hard to eat, because the veggie patty didn't hold together so well, but it was tasty so she had no trouble finishing it up with a fork. The kitchen forgot the arugula, but it was stacked tall with avocado, alfalfa sprouts, tomatoes and red onion, so she didn't miss the addition layer of lettuce. Neither of us had room for dessert!

Check the chalkboard for daily specials, soup of the day and desserts.

My daughter enjoyed the pineapple hard cider she had when we ate at the Klamath Basin Brewing Co. and when I told her the Bistro No. 107 had it on the menu we made plans to go eat on the following Thursday when Shelly and Chris go off of work. Both Chris and Shelly were happy with the Pineapple Hard Cider. I thought it had more pineapple flavor than the Ace brand she had in Oregon.

Shelly and Chris split the Blue Cheese Burger with sweet potato fries and garlic aioli. I had a Classic Burger with a green salad and house made 1000 Island dressing. The garlic aioli is a creamy garlicky dip for the perfectly cooked sweet potato fries.

The Classic Burger comes with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle. It makes for a tall burger!

We enjoyed the atmosphere, service and the food. The menu has something for everybody, including vegetarians. On my two trips last week we all ordered burgers, but there are salads and other items to try...next time.

Blue cheese burger with bacon and a side of sweet potato fries served with garlic aioli.