Find out what European restaurants to try in Orcines including Auberge de la Baraque, Hotel Radio, La Belle Meuniere, Lard Et la Maniere, Apicius, Pavillon Lamartine, Amphitryon Capucine, Lard de Vivre, LOL restaurant, Le Bistrot D'a Cote
4 based on 469 reviews
This could be a bit pricey. We went for a birthday celebration so cost wasn't the primary concern - special occasions are birthdays!Anyway, the food was fresh, as available according to the season, served in a 'modern' style, but in an unfussy and friendly way.Ingredients were fresh, well cooked, and care was taken in presentation. A small restaurant, clearly busy on a weekday, and turning customers away. Good wines, and no real sense of pressure from the staff which adds to the ambience - I dislike this consistent asking if everything is OK all too present in eating places. I'd go there again, if I was in town
4 based on 212 reviews
Tout le monde connait l'expression, des millions de gens ont vu le film et maintenant les clermontois decouvrent avec appetit, le LOL Restaurant. Situe en face du Palais de Justice, dans le centre de la cite, le LOL Restaurant transpire la convivialite, l
This little restaurant was very close to the B&B where we were staying and we were most impressed by the quality of the food and the excellent, helpful service. The staff were most patient with our dodgy French and explained some of the dishes to us. These did not disappoint with really well cooked food in a friendly and fun atmosphere where nothing was too much trouble. Not in the most beautiful part of the city centre but this certainly did not detract from the experience
4 based on 209 reviews
formule E+P+D Ã 16â¬ le midi semaine et formule Ã 27â¬ le soir (formule gloutonneries=petits plats) Ambiance chaleureuse et dÃ©contractÃ©e, cadre vintage-indus Cuisine ouverte en verriÃ¨re sur la salle RÃ©servation recommandÃ©e
We came here for lunch. The restaurant I understand is new but had quite good ratings. The service is average, not fantastic: we had 2 waiters one who was very amiable, and a female who was extremely rude to us and forgot most of what she was in charge to serve us (bread, salt etc). Now I give only two stars because outside of the service, the food was a real deception. We all got their most expensive dishes (entrecÃ´te with ratatouille, pommes sautÃ©es, tagliatelle) and there was no taste, no seasoning effort... It was sad to eat and I felt ripped to be charged so much for this insipid meal. We left without dessert or coffee and won't come back.
4 based on 292 reviews
On the road to the Volcanoes, the Amphitryon offers gourmet cuisine With fresh and seasonal products. Charming Restaurant The refined setting, intimate and warm atmosphere. Business lunch, private room Catering, reception, cocktail, takeaway Two climate r
This is a small restaurant off the beaten path with excellent food and great service. The Esquisse menu included 4 courses which were all delicious and very well presented. At 30 euros, this is exceptional value for money. If Clermont Ferrand is on your itinerary, you should make a stop here - you won't be disappointed!
4 based on 159 reviews
I've walked past this location dozens of times and until I was asked to join a group here for lunch, I had no idea there was a restaurant here. That makes me sad for all the times that I could have dined here -- but didn't. If only I had been wiser....I'm never quite sure what to make of the often brutal French reviews for restaurants on TripAdvisor. Sometimes they amplify points I agree. Sometimes they make a bigger issue than I might make over a minor transgression. In this case, I am simply baffled.The service, from the moment the doors were opened, was impeccable. The dining room is, indeed small and, yes, a reservation is advisable -- but the small room adds to the atmosphere. It doesn't detract from it. If you have a reservation, you'll appreciate the ambiance.The wine menu has a broad selection. For our varied lunchtime meal choices, we were thinking a red Sancerre would work and we were pleasantly surprised to see this uncommon wine on the menu...for a terrific price, too. (Beware: Loire wines are listed in the same section as Auvergne wines, so don't skip past the Loire offerings when skipping past the Auvergnat wines, as I almost did.)The fixed menu offerings are reasonably priced and allow for ample flexibility. If, however, you stray into the a la carte section of the menu, the prices skyrocket. If money is an important consideration, there's no need to depart from fixed menu options -- even for vegetarians.As for criticisms regarding portion size, perhaps it was the fact that we were dining at LaMartne for lunch, but I had no sense that anyone in our group would leave with hunger pangs. This holds true whether ordering price fixe or a la carte.All in all, as lunches go, this was one of the best experiences I've had. Once you find Pavilion Lamartine, you'll be glad you did.
4 based on 273 reviews
Pricy, a bit depressing atmosphere, but good !Being in Clermont-Ferrand I wanted to try one of the âstarredâ restaurants.Having tried some others before, I went for a new one : Apicius.The website was very nice.First I realized it was closed on weekends. This is bad.Then I managed to go on a Monday.The atmosphere is rather depressing. It was only elderly people, not very crowded, no music and the atmosphere even if topped by some red sofas is cold.The service is much average, not worth as starred restaurant.The food is creative (but not too much) and real good.The wine list is not very good and too pricy for what it is.Overall a good experience thanks to the very innovative and good food.I would still recommend the place if you are not depressed and not on your own and rather numerous to create the atmosphere yourselves.
4 based on 942 reviews
Clearly a very popular eatery in Clermont-Ferrand and rightly so. The layout is simple, friendly and unpretentious and so is the service and the food. This is the kind of place where you can drink beer with your hamburger without feeling guilty for not having ordered wine, and you will leave the place smiling after eating their clearly well made food and even after paying the very reasonable bill.
4 based on 340 reviews
I cannot recommend highly enough for the high quality gastronomic experience at this establishment.
4 based on 433 reviews
Expected great things from Hotel Radio restaurant but was badly disappointed. The dining room is very pleasant; well lit; comfortable and noise levels were OK even on a busy Monday evening. Staff were helpful, friendly and efficient. Took the 6 course tasting menu which ends up as 8 or so with the amuses bouches. These were very nice.... The first starter of foie gras pressÃ© with lots of "citricy" gels/purÃ©es was very nice. The next course, scallops with beetroot only tasted of beetroot of different textures and tastes - some just cooked; some highly acidic...overall it ruined the scallops which disappeared into the background. The next course - fish, St Pierre was not nice either. The fish was overcooked and had a rather anaemic colour - tasted as though it had been kept warm on the pass for too long. The accompanying sauce and the tartare of seaweed were over-flavoured (lemon) and very salty. Overall, not a nice dish although the accompanying little tart of quinoa cooked in squid ink was very tasty. The meat course was slow cooked veal - sous-vide I would guess with some crispy veal sweetbreads. The veal was OK but the taste again spoiled by a thickened gloopy sauce and celery everywhere - confit with the sweetbreads and a puree with the veal.... The desserts were nice... and very pretty. Excellent cheese board.Sad. Having eaten in hundreds of Michelin starred restaurants around the world, this one just doesn't add up on the food front.
4 based on 343 reviews
We were staying at the Logis hotel opposite and read the reviews for the restaurant which were really good. Fortunately they had space for the 4 of us and it was as good as it's reviews. The location is non-descript outside but nicely decorated inside in traditional french style. The menu choices were slightly limited to two fixed menus. Our children are now grown up (19 & 23) and were happy to try new types of food. When they were younger we mighty have struggled to find food they would eat here. The food though was excellent. Good traditional french food, well cooked and well presented. Good wine list including many local wines. If you are in the area it's worth a trip here.
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