Reviews on International food in Le Bourget-du-Lac, France including Restaurant Ageoca, Le Chat Qui Nage, Le Chalet du Sire, GlouMiam
4 based on 259 reviews
The restaurant is simply fantastic. Excellent food, excellent presentation, excellent service, excellent chef!I highly recommend it. This restaurant should have some MichelÃn stars!And the hotel is also great. Total comfort in an idyllic location. Wonderful staff. I felt right at home. Merci beaucoup!
4 based on 200 reviews
Behind the ChÃ¢teau de Bourdeau the mountainside rises steeply to a summit at an altitude of nearly 1400 m: the Dent du Chat.
The nice atmosphere and the interior of the castle's dining room already raise expectations - and they are all met. A small selection of local market starters comes with an excellent champagne, followed by even another amuse-bouche. First courses, miso soup and salmon trout sashimi were delicious, followed by a wonderful beef filet on rÃ¶sti with asparagus and peas in morel mushrooms sauce. Cheese platter was great selection but a lot, desserts as tasty and creative as the other courses. What to complain about... wait.. well... let me think.. no, I can't come up with anything. Just a perfect dinner also thanks to the very friendly service.Thanks !!! i really enjoyed reeding your post ;)See you next timeDelphine
4 based on 225 reviews
Whether you are with family, friends or for a professional event, our restaurant âLe Chalet du Sireâ, near Bauges park welcomes you by the fire with its Savoie cuisine. âLe Chalet du Sireâ is in the heart of Savoie Grand Revard, near the cross of âNivolet
Chalet du Sire recently changed ownership. The new owners have modernised the look and feel of the interior by stripping the restaurant of all the Christmas decoration 365 days a year on display.. And sand washing the wood.The chalet now has 2 outdoor seating areas, one with a beautiful look on the valley.The food unfortunately pays the bill. The Åuf cocotte is not as tasty as before, the egg was not 100% cooked and the creamy sauce was lacking cream.I ordered chicken as a main, which was heavily over cooked and thus dry. As there was no sauce with the dish I had to use mayonnaise to be able to swallow the food.Finally we were rushed to order dessert as the kitchen closes at 9PM. Are we really in France? Sorry peeps, Iâm afraid we will find another restaurant in the area for our fine dining experience..Thank you Sir.You're right, recently the ownership changed. But the Chef in the kitchen is the same!The sand washing of the wood has been done more than years ago.So i don't really understand the link between the sand washing wood and what is in the plate. About the food, since the ownerhip changed, the eggs are organic, the food is local, the cheese comes from a "bergerie" near the restaurant in "les bauges", we have higher quality references when it comes to choose the local partners. If the Chef forgot to add lot of sauce, it can happen, a sign to the waiteress and it is done! and yes the kitchen close at 9PM as many restaurants in "les bauges". Taxes in France are so high that we have to reduce opening hours. By the way, we are open from 10:30 am To 11:PM.Alain
5 based on 43 reviews
A little gem in town. Not the most attractive from outside, but lovely atmosphere inside. Nice wine list and an interesting variety of food to share.
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