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4 based on 118 reviews
Had dinner here when staying at the hotel, a very enjoyable meal. Service was charming and efficient, well above average.The dining room was interesting in itself, rustic and obviously a converted farm building. We chose from the set menu which offered local regional dishes and enjoyed every mouthful. When asking for an alternative to the potato side dish, which my wife enjoyed, I was given a risotto that in itself was quite exceptional. Fresh local ingredients used imaginatively and skilfully provided a wonderful meal at a reasonable cost. Local wines on the list were all well priced and those we chose did not disappoint.Would strongly recommend this restaurant for lunch or dinner.
4 based on 42 reviews
Bio, sourcing local des produits, le patron est intarissable sur la source de ses produits....allez y les yeux fermÃ©s. CÃ´tÃ© gustatif, un rÃ©gal, apÃ©ro avec ravioles frits, somptueux burgers et spÃ©cialitÃ©s locales de ravioles fraÃ®ches...Ã dÃ©couvrir. De plus rapport qualitÃ© prix excellent.
4 based on 253 reviews
We visited this old town centre restaurant in the evening. It was very busy but the service was excellent. The food was extremely good and there was an excellent range of wines to choose from. The restaurant has a large covered outside eating area in addition to the normal inside seating. The night we visited was the beginning of a festival weekend so due to the restaurant being on the market square we go a good view of the festival groups practicing. The was also entertainment provided by a duo which was very pleasant. Thoroughly recommend a visit. Prices were also very competitive.
5 based on 510 reviews
An holistic experience. (For all senses). Exceptional restaurant in every aspect. One of the best serving teams ever. High above michelin stars and "best of" lists.
4 based on 148 reviews
Travelling from Geneva to the South of France we wanted to find a restaurant to have dinner on our way down South. Perfectly located 10mn drive from the expressway we looked for a standard restaurant. We found a very nice city house (look for number 18 on the main gate, that is the place) and were pleased to find a much nicer restaurant than the usual boring looking Italian/Pizza restaurants. We had meat, marlin, salads, tiramisu, cheese, all food fresh, well prepared and served. We were back on the road after a very pleasant 1 1/2 hour break that the whole family enjoyed. We all look forward having the oppotunity to eat again at this restaurant: the food is cooked for you and you'll enjoy it.
4 based on 345 reviews
Our daughter who had enjoyed two previous visits, took us for lunch.The menu detailed all its (local) suppliers, bio credentials everywhere, and the wine list was impressive. Things looked good. Sadly disappointment was heightened by raised expectations. Menu du jour taken. Feuillte de poireau with smoked trout alright, and Veloute tasty but not generous. Daughters Merlu seemed very nice. Civet de cerf so salty as to be inedible, but as we were our daughter's guests we persevered. Wife and grandson soon gave up. I had Waited 50 minutes for second course to arrive despite meals requiring very little cooking, and was very hungry and with much bread to reduce the salinity got through it . Later No bread offered with fromage sec but brownies and ice cream alright. We should have summoned the chef there and then, but British reserve prevented this.Complaint was made and fault explained that civet becomes more concentrated, i.e. more salty as day goes on! So cooking the stew was not the reason for the delay! Others had also said it was too salty, apparently. Daughter sought reduction for 2 half eaten portions but only nominal allowance made from â¬29 mdj charge, viz â¬8 and no charge for water and one iced tea.
4 based on 282 reviews
Our group had a delicious dinner. Each course was wonderful. The ravioli Romans was extraordinarily good as was the fish on the fixed price menu. The dessert platter was an array of decadent treats. Enjoyed every bite!
4 based on 212 reviews
You know you are in the right kind of place when you ask for a wine recommendation and the waiter suggests one of the cheapest items on the menu. This restaurant is the perfect stop-over on the way to the French Riviera if you're looking for simple, typical, well-priced French food along with a good bottle of wine from the Rhone valley. The "ravioles" (small stuffed pasta) are a specialty of the town (we had the ones with the "cepes" mushrooms). Lamb and cheese were excellent. Friendly service.
4 based on 227 reviews
This restaurant is just fantastic, perfect food, flawless culinary techniques, perfection and superb setting. They deserve a Michelin star! Also, very kid friendly and great wine list with SUPER LOW PRICES, guys do not change anything
4 based on 301 reviews
Today we having lunch with family we take menu appetiser main course desert at 25 euro very good ravioli i love with good presentation and good portion main course fish or veal wonderfull presentation friendly service and professional desert between lemon tart cream brule chocolat cake etc coffee we all enjoy nice simple deco but convenient a good place for lunch or dinner we will come back .
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