The Parc Bistro patron was allegedly found in the restaurant’s parking lot.
A Skippack woman was charged with public drunkenness and theft of services after allegedly leaving Parc Bistro Restaurant on Feb. 5 without paying her bill, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Linda Marie Ochuida, 44, allegedly left the restaurant without paying at 6:32 p.m., and was found by officers to be “highly intoxicated” in the establishment’s parking lot, according to police. Ochuida was charged District Court 38-1-24. Court records indicate that Ochuida, who was listed as living on Gatehouse Lane, was previously charged with DUI in June of 2011.
Skippack eatery provides a good dining experience, but is it the best out of three?
In a quieted sway along the main street landscape in Skippack is Parc Bistro, taking a respected portion of its culinary influences from French table scenes. A luscious and richly baked before-dinner bread paired per ripped piece with a red pepper sauce and olive oil for a light dunking opens meal-time minutes with a satiating introduction. The confit duck spring rolls, standing on end and accompanied by rounded dollops of a spicy apricot mustard along with a feisty-to-the-tongue blueberry coulis, or a thickly finished sauce puréed and strained from the dark-hued fruit, lend gustatory cells an unexpected poultry plus, with no bites too gamy between the crunch of the outer shells. Meanwhile, the ahi tartare spins along plate-wise with …