Reviews on European food in Lutterbach, France including Le Patacrepe Mulhouse, Restaurant L'Auberge du Soleil, Le Sinatra, Mealtin Potes, Chez Auguste, Zum Sauwadala, Le 4, Le Bistrot a Huitres, L'Escalope, Restaurant le Cellier
4 based on 349 reviews
Top notch place to dine. The place was packed with a stream of diners and others turfed out for not making a reservation.Soup stood out, trout first class. The sauerkraut dish was gigantic and while my friend had that, I know I wouldn't have fought my way through 20% of it. Outstanding Madame maitre d.
4 based on 456 reviews
Stopped in Mulhouse to visit the car and train museums and tried this delightful restaurant. Nestled on a street near a church (think was a convent) in a lovely part of Mulhouse, we thoroughly enjoyed our dinner. The host practiced his English on us and practiced our French. A very congenial start for a delicious meal. Had the veal scallop with the green pepper sauce served with fries and a variety of vegetables. Also the veal with mushrooms, delicious. Also enjoyed watching their hamburger arrive at the next table topped by a skewer lanced with a variety of vegetables...just such fun looking. The meal was very reasonable considering the quality and not rushed at all! Definitely would recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 298 reviews
Firstly, you can park on the roads up the side of the restaurant so that is one problem solved if you drive thereVery pleasant staff welcome you. We went at 12 noon without booking, but if we had gone any later we would not have got in.They specialise in shellfish and offer individual dishes of each shellfish as well as platters with everything on.They also have chef's specials such as Bouillabaisse, sole and grilled prawns.It is very bustling but the staff have everything under control and there is a lovely atmosphere. There is also a good selection of wines from many parts of France and a good choice of desserts.
4 based on 363 reviews
a small menu but very good quality food and great service. The presentation of the restaurant and the food is modern and refreshing. Has many of the qualities of very fine dining restaurants in a compact package. The best in Mulhouse center - very possibly.
4 based on 991 reviews
We were so lucky to get in this place, if you visit you must book! It doesnât look like much from the outside but when you go in itâs really authentic. The lovely staff squeezed a table in for us & gave us great friendly service. We tried he frogs legs for starters which were delicious, the sauce they came in was excellent. For mains I went for the special of pork knuckle with potatoes & Munster cheese sauce- it was absolutely stunning. My husband had a pork dish too which case with a really interesting take on pasta, which was like a crispy potato style pasta, never had it before but it was tasty! Our friends had steaks, both were cooked to perfection. Really enjoyed the evening here- highly recommend. Please book though, the place was packed out!
4 based on 731 reviews
Little restaurant in Mulhouse, where you can have a qualitative menu for a very reasonable price. Ingredient are qualitative, portions are more than ok. Beautiful presentation on fan y plates. Most dishes lack seasoning however. Very friendly service by the lady of the house.
4 based on 469 reviews
Great restaurant: except for the dessert, our dishes were extraordinary (great presentation, amazing flavors); ingredients were of great quality and price quality ratio absolutely amazing; I was a little disappointed by the desserts (we tried two, which should eliminate the likelihood of it just being an accident), which did not quite live up to the rest of the food; service was friendly and efficient; interior modern and cozy - expect a lively atmosphere; it really pains me to rate it 4 out of five (closer to 4 and a half). Had we not taken the desserts, it would have been a five, without hesitation!
4 based on 72 reviews
Le restaurant est un peu dissimulÃ© derriÃ¨re la clÃ´ture mais on trouve l'entrÃ©e facilement par le parking.Nous avions rÃ©servÃ© sur le site La Fourchette, une table pour deux un samedi soir. L'accueil et le service sont agrÃ©ables. La salle est joliment dÃ©corÃ©e et il l y a des tables hautes pour les amateurs.La carte est essentiellement composÃ©e de viandes de provenances Ã©trangÃ¨res (Australie, Chili, Argentine etc...). On nous fournit les spÃ©cificitÃ©s de chaque viande qui s'accorde le mieux Ã chaque cuisson. AprÃ¨s avoir dÃ©gustÃ© le cocktail Sinatra, trÃ¨s bon, nos plats sont arrivÃ©s. La qualitÃ© ne fait pas dÃ©faut et la quantitÃ© non plus. On peut choisir entre deux poids de piÃ¨ces de viandes en fonction de son appÃ©tit. Le gratin dauphinois, les salades et les frites sont sans reproches. Il faudrait juste mettre une assiette sous le panier Ã frites. C'est mieux pour l'hygiÃ¨ne et Ã©viterait qu'elles soient en contact direct avec la table.Pour les desserts, les glaces sont bonnes, et le tout chocolat peut-Ãªtre pas assez fondant Ã mon gout.En rÃ©sumÃ©, nous avons plutÃ´t bien dinÃ©. L'addition peut nÃ©anmoins s'envoler assez rapidement. La musique est superflue quand le restaurant est quasi complet. C'est inutile, sauf d'ajouter du bruit au bruit.
4 based on 223 reviews
Real French family/community restaurant. Excellent food, congenial atmosphere, friendly host speed of service just right. Will return if travelling this way again.
4 based on 594 reviews
We have been there a couple of times after an early morning movie on Sundays. The crepes are decent and the rest of the food is actually good. The children menu is also quite nice for the price. Prices are reasonable for the portions and the quality. Service can be a bit slow sometime but the staff is very responsive when you ask. And for young kids there's a small bouncy castle indoor, which is quite fun for kids considering you most likely go there before or after 2 hours at the movies.Thanks
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