Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Sarcelles, France including Le Clovis, Au Coeur de la Foret, Courtepaille Saint Brice sous foret, De Grapp'en Verre, La Gourmandine, La Terrasse, Restaurant Le Loft, La Criee Saint Brice, Cocotte, Le Faubourg
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4 based on 239 reviews
Had dinner here. Good service, excellent food. Even though this place is listed as a seafood restaurant (oysters seemed to be popular), the chicken was one of the best I've ever had.
4 based on 237 reviews
Cocotte is a new concept of single menu restaurant. Everyday, the chief cooks a new menu with a starter, a main course and a desert, all with fresh poducts and totaly home made. You will also enjoy Cocotte for the special nights, the cooking classes or th
We had been told that this was THE place to have lunch if we were going to the Puces. We managed to get a table on Sunday, but what a disappointment. I had the fish and chips- oily thick batter (the oil seeped out as you cut it)- perhaps I was hoping too much for a tempura type batter- served with unsalted fries that were undercooked! And no salt on our table, we had to sk for salt and pepper. My guest had the chicken which was lacking in seasoning, served with mashed potatoes in a jar (fancy but underwhelming in terms of taste). As we were having a dry January (unfortunately) we only had Badoit water, but the bill was as if we had some great wine. I will go back to some of the other restaurants around that are less fancy in terms of name, but much better in terms of food.And even more incredible is the bathroom. HUGE room to wash your hands- only one cubicle per sex for a very busy place. Who designed this place really?
4 based on 243 reviews
It's been almost 20 years since the first time I went to that restaurant and the least I can say is that I was never disappointed. Food is good, staff is welcoming and friendly. Definitely a good pick !
4 based on 145 reviews
DÃ©jÃ l'ambiance et la dÃ©co du restaurant est sympa. Ãa aide pour apprÃ©cier le moment. Ensuite le menu du midi est intÃ©ressant : c'est variÃ©, prix accessibles et c'est plutÃ´t bon
4 based on 167 reviews
TrÃ¨s bon accueil. Le cadre est sympathique avec cette belle terrasse mÃªme si la mÃ©tÃ©o n'Ã©tait pas de la partie. Les galettes sont garnies avec des produits frais. Elles sont copieuses et excellentes. Vous allez vous rÃ©galer mÃªme pour les petits budgets ! Je vous recommande fortement !
4 based on 79 reviews
Petit resto trÃ¨s sympa ! Les plats sont trÃ¨s bien servis ! Ni trop ni trop peu ! L'ambiance est chaleureuse, le serveur trÃ¨s sympathique.Les plats arrivent rapidement, la cuisine est simple mais trÃ¨s bien rÃ©alisÃ©e !Ã faire et Ã refaire !En plus pour la qualitÃ© ce n'est pas cher ! 25â¬50 entrÃ©e, plat et dessert !C'est sur qu'on reviendra !
4 based on 68 reviews
Restaurant traditionnel style bistrot. Le chef Fabrice vous propose une cuisine gÃ©nÃ©reuse au grÃ© des saisons et du marchÃ©
Toujours aussi bon,accueil souriant et dÃ©contractÃ©,humour du patron qui met de l'ambiance dans une excellente atmosphÃ¨re;dans l'assiette du frais,du vrai, plats toujours aussi bien travaillÃ©,goÃ»teux,colorÃ©s,bien prÃ©sentÃ©,copieux;un rÃ©gal pour les papilles ,service rapide et efficace .Ennieme visite dans ce restaurant et toujours pas dÃ©Ã§u.Je recommande vivement.VisitÃ© le 23/05/2019
4 based on 203 reviews
Enjoy our grilled meats cooked in front of you in the fireplace! Our map is large and lives to the rhythm of the seasons. It offers various grilling parts: beef, pork, poultry, fish ... All in a simple and warm atmosphere.
We stayed overnight in Saint Brice Sous Foret at the last minute and found ourselves faced with a choice of outlets in the vicinity. From the outside, the restaurant looked inviting and casual which was a major factor in our choice. The menu posted outside was easy to understand and decipher, despite my limited French!Once inside, we were warmly greeted and seated promptly then given a 'Welcome' appetiser. Our menus were swapped for English ones as soon as the staff noticed our difficulties with the traditional one and the staff spoke to us in English throughout, encouraging us to try our French!The food was grilled in front of us and was beautiful. Very impressed with everything about our experience here! :-)
4 based on 242 reviews
While my femme was creatively pre-occupied at a book- fair launch, i galloped eagerly to this wee market-style bistro near the 'oil-rig' of the Pompidou Centre. Galloped, because the creative fare of its owner Laurant Delcros,certainly knows how to bring his former posh-kitchen-know-how to add a pinch of audacity to classic French bistro dishes. ....... As well as , offering all his wines by the glass. Huge plus. Its the place itself that steals the show, being one big room with the kitchen stove out in the open against the wall. When i arrived, chef Laurant showed me the day's concoctions by lifting the pot-lids one at a time. Fresh baked cakes and pies dare you enticingly to leave tummy-space for them. I was seated in the middle of the floor at a rectangular table with seating inside of it, creating a perch, enabling my gaze to take-in the tremendous bric-a-brac that adds charm to the place: photos, art, clocks, statues,bookshelves, utensils... even guitars. There is also an epicerie where one can buy beer, wine ,cold cuts, fruits and salads. The table in the front window offers a nice view onto rue Montmorency and above, pots and hanging clocks create a mobile set to irregular times. I had a hearty lentils, chicken sausage stew with rice and veggies, the chicken fell off the bone and was dispatched post haste. The sausage, like all sausages in France is nice without a pedigree attached. Sometimes it pays, not to know, nes-pas?. Very satisfying meal, so i beckoned the enticing apple pie to join my waist-line. With two glasses of wine, i had under- spent my daily budget, probably by 120 Euros.
4 based on 136 reviews
depuis le temps que je cherchais ce genre d'adresse sur la rÃ©gion, je commenÃ§ais Ã dÃ©sespÃ©rer. Faillait il aller dÃ©penser beaucoup pour trÃ¨s peu dans l'assette sur Paris, ou pousser jusqu'Ã l'oise, voire plus loin, pour manger de la vraie cuisine franÃ§aise, faite avec l'amour des choses bien faites et le respect du client ? en tout cas une adresse hors du temps et hors la grisaille de la banlieue, oÃ¹ l'on dÃ©guste du 100% frais parfaitement rÃ©alisÃ© avec service aux petits soins. Le cadre avec poutres, cheminÃ©e et nappes en tissus fait chaud au coeur ( jusqu'Ã la typographie de la carte , on se croirait dans une auberge de bourgogne ou de touraine). Bref, mangez oÃ¹ vous voudrez, moi j'y retourne !!
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