Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Brion, France including L'Auberge du Couasnon, A la Table de Chanelle, O Prestige, La Luciole, L'Aubergade, Cafe-Restarant du Port Saint Maur, Au Val de Loire, Rouge Bistro, La Villa Des Roses
4 based on 115 reviews
We stayed at this beautiful French town in the late Summer (we were delighted to be surrounded by French people instead of English tourists like us), and were thrilled to find this little gem of a restaurant. So much so, that we returned three times and are already looking forward to our holiday in the area next Summer. They definitely do the best range of pizzas in town and have other delicious offerings on their quite extensive menu. The staff are very helpful and accommodating - we could take our dog too! The seating is half in and half out, the 'out' being scattered with lovely parasols, and you dine among colourful, pretty plants. Don't miss it!
4 based on 111 reviews
Passing through Rosier-sur-Loire we stopped for lunch. Most tables were reserved, but we secured a table for two. The Menu du Jour started with a help yourself buffet, with a great selection of pates, terrines, pickles, mini-pizza, boudin noir, salads, etc. Main course was a slow cooked pork steak that melted in the mouth, vanilla custard for dessert; â¬13 per person and glass of local wine or a biere pression for â¬1.50! No wonder the place filled up with locals and they were turning people away.
4 based on 126 reviews
The "Au Val De Loire" is a relatively large hotel for this small, pleasant Loire town and presumably developed when the town was much more important than it is today. It's past importance can be seen by the size of the railway station and the long closed cafÃ© which once served it. Judging how quiet it was on the Tuesday evening in mid-June when I was there I'm not sure that the future of "Au Val De Loire" is anymore assured thanÂ the CafÃ© de la Gare.This is both a Hotel and Restaurant but I am only reviewing the restaurant.Â This is elegant French dining in extremely pleasant surroundings.Â The service is very attentive and although the food and wine is good, it all seems somewhat quaint and rather old fashioned, albeit in a pleasant sort of way.Â I can't say it is bad because it most definitely isn't. However, lots of much better French restaurants have deconstructed traditional French cuisine, looked at every ingredient, the way it was prepared and the way it was cooked, then put it all back together in a much more exciting fashion. Then they've served it with a fresh and inspiring wine list in smart, unfussy really relaxed surroundings at very reasonable prices.Â This restaurant gives you a sort of Camera Obscura glimpse into what provincial hotel dining was almost certainly like in France three or four decades ago. To me though, it is all delivered in an insincere and overly fussy style which you will either love or hate.
4 based on 55 reviews
We had passed by this restaurant a few time on our way to and from Angers. It does not look much from the outside and I was not sure to what to make of it. But friends of us told us to give it a go. From the moment, you walk in, this is a different experience alltogether, there are two dining rooms, elegantly and traditionally decorated. One of them has a stunning view over the Loire River and the Abbaye de Saint Maur on the other side of the river. It is truly stunning. The service is friendly, efficient and fast. The menu is excellent, rich in various products from the region. The set menus are EXCELLENT value for money, the wine list matches again the food on offer and is not extensive but offer a real, good and comprehensive selection from the area. The food is well presented, the portions are generous, the china is pleasant to the eye. The desserts are also extremly appealing and tasty. The chef, his lady wife and their waitress are all warm and pleasant individuals. So highly recommended on all accounts. We have returned twice already !
4 based on 205 reviews
Situated 30 km from Angers and 15km from Saumur, this typical old stone house restaurant has been decorated in simple natural beiges and features lots of wood, all inspired by Marjolaine and Jean Francois' travels through South America. The Chef, an ex st
Difficult to fault a meal like this. A 3 course French fine dining experience for â¬49 and of very good quality.The choices were good as well, I had the trio of foie gras to start including a Thai broth which was fantastic. The only slight disappointment was my beef which was a touch overdone but tasty nevertheless.The best was desert, a raspberry and citron tart to beat all others. C'est magnifique.The owner served us single handedly and did an excellent job. Great wine choices too.An overall bill of â¬70 so no complaints.
5 based on 67 reviews
In a pretty village on the banks of the Loire, a young couple are providing innovative and tasty food made from the freshest local ingredients. A warm and enthusiastic welcome from a team that are passionate about food makes for an agreeable and memorable dinner. Do go in the evening when there is longer menu and some thoughtfully matched wines. Highly recommended.Dear Jokamo69,thanks for your comment!Looking forward to welcome you again...
4 based on 148 reviews
This was a great experience, 4 of us and two for the first time. Somewhat formal but nice atmosphere, very good and personal service from both people, friendly and also some explanations in English for two of us. The food was delicious and several dishes quite imaginative. The recommended wine was very nice too but probably fairly expensive, offered to us by our friends. In summary, we would really like to come back!
5 based on 80 reviews
This restaurant was recommended to me by the owner of a holiday home near Saumur France. It was so wonderful we ate there twice during our four day stay! The chef is a wine fanatic and serves it by the glass for the same price he buys it for so you get great wine pairing with each course! First time I have had white wine with snails! Excellent! Dessert was a strawberry soup marinated in a delightful rose wine topped with fresh homemade mint sorbet! Delish!
4 based on 40 reviews
Situated in a lovely little village, this is a small family run auberge who serve fantastic food. Modern interior, or eat on the outside terrace. The place is spotless, cleanest toilets I have seen in France! The people that own it are lovely, so welcoming and helpful. We eat dinner there every week without fail. The chef really knows his stuff. Starters are imaginative and cost on average 8.5 euros, main courses range from 14.50 to 19.50 and puddings are 6.50. There are always four choices in each. They are closed for their summer break at the moment and we are bereft! Finding something to compare is not easy and we are 'seasoned' restaurant goers. They do a great weekday menu du jour at around 13 euros, well worth it.
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