Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Le Vesinet including La Brasserie du Chateau, Cote Marche, Creperie The Corner, Le 55
4 based on 315 reviews
Found this restaurant right by the La Chateau bus stop on the corner of the road to Malmaison as lunchtime arrived and what an excellent find it was. The waitresses were very friendly, provided an English menu. The choice was good of both food and drinks. I was blown away by the excellent Sea Bass. The Salmon gourmet plate was also popular. Great place to eat.
3 based on 246 reviews
French bistrot French cuisine Terrace Open all week Brunch on sunday Groups welcomed Kids menu Lunch and dinner menu
We've eaten here a twice, once for lunch and once for dinner. Lunch was better, I didn't appreciate the evening meal, it was too cold and impersonal with bad lighting, so not recommended for a romantic meal as a couple. Also on the downside, they have no evening set menu as they do at lunchtime.Twice is enough for me, I won't be going back.
4 based on 91 reviews
CrÃªperie, Restaurant,terrasse,une salle Ã lâetage , vente Ã emporter,crÃªpes maison farine de Sarrasin BIO , DiffÃ©rent Cidres ( BIO , fermiers etc )
'The Corner' is an inviting bar and brasserie for locals or travelers in the Ile-de-France region. You can experience a beautiful restaurant with great French food as well as an "English" touch. The owner does in fact speak English. I would encourage anyone looking for a date spot, a place to drink with friends, or wanting to enjoy a lunch out in Chatou to visit 'The Corner'!Thank you very much Laura, all of this is very encouraging for us. We will keep doing our best to satisfy as much as we can. Hope to see you at The Corner again some time soon !
3 based on 44 reviews
We were in search of a cafe that would serve good (great?) french coffee and a light breakfast after sleeping in late, but alas... grumpy service (like Paris of the old days), resentment towards tourists, and no food. Lots of cigarette smoking by locals, and deliberate avoidance of the wait staff.But we didn't have much choice nearby, so we stayed long enough for the lunch service to start. What a delightful surprise. The service didn't really improve, but the classic brasserie style salad with smoked duck, and Italian style pizza with vegetables... were both delicious, artful, and beautifully presented.It was one of the best lunches we had in France over 10+ days, in both rural areas and downtown Paris. Sometimes patience is rewarded.
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