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Petit Louis Bistro Restaurant Review: The Charleston crew did it again. They went and opened a restaurant that rose to the top of its class in the blink of an eye. This time, however, it’s as good as a trip to your favorite Parisian wine bar, complete with escargots, confit de canard, truite amandine, steak frites, and a classic onion soup. In the mood for brioche french toast or quiche? Check in Sunday for brunch. As you’d expect from the team of Cindy Wolf and Tony Foreman, the interior, too, is something to rave about: an artful re-creation of a French bistro, from the bright lights of its three-globe lamps to the solid thunk of its marble-topped tables. The wine list sports more than 100 bottles of intriguing French wine.