Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Bailly-Romainvilliers, France including Les Delices de la Ferme, Crockett's Tavern, Le Comptoir Lounge, L'Auberge de la Brie, Le zebre, La Vieille Auberge, Restaurant A Gouyette, L'Interprete, Inventions, Bistronome
4 based on 51 reviews
We ate here on our recent trip, making this our third visit now. We were not disappointed with our meals. They were absolutely stunning fresh pizzas, perfectly made. I can recommend the tuna and olive, which came with a fried egg in the middle. The kids loved the four cheese one, although they made it three cheese by asking for the blue cheese to be left off. Very accommodating staff. Quick service. Will definitely be back the next time we are in the area. The kids insist it is our tradition.
4 based on 3198 reviews
This meal was the best part of our Disney holiday!! There was so much choice of starters, mains and desserts, we ate so much!The characters are what made the meal so magical, we met Tigger, Captain Hook, Mr Smee, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto and Goofy!My family had an incredible time, my sonâs face when each character arrived made the whole experience worth while. Each character spent time with each table, nothing was rushed. We will be coming back every time we come to Disney from now on! Thank you Disney!
4 based on 754 reviews
LâinterprÃ¨te is a typical French brasserie with a very nice terrace heated and opened all year long. Ideally located at 50 meters of the Vallee Village, it offers a traditional cuisine in a trendy and modern decor purple and grey. LInterprete is a traditi
We saved this place for our last night dinner and agreed that we had made a good choice. Our waiter, Francisco, was gently friendly and cheery and made us feel welcome and special. The cooking was of a high standard and the food nicely presented. Given how good it all was, we felt that it was very fairly priced.We would have no problems about recommending this to anybody
4 based on 263 reviews
The "A Gouyette" restaurant team invites you to discover its establishment located just a few kilometers from Disneyland Park. Its traditional french kitchen, semi-gastronomic, will delight your gustatory perception ! With a renewed menu every season, fre
Situated in a corner position in a smallish village, the unpossessing exterior belies the charm of decor inside. It is spotlessly clean and our hosts and staff made us feel warmly welcome. Very efficient service. The white asparagus was in season, paired with langoustines and presented with a veloutÃ©. The foie gras excellently prepared. The portion sizes are generous. English speaking staff.
4 based on 257 reviews
Tasty cuisine made with seasonal products Member of Eurotoques-France and the Culinary College of France The chef, Philippe TISSIER "My kitchen is elaborated around seasonal products I select them with the greatest respect With one goal: to give you pleas
We were trapped at a convention that had picked the Disney conference centre as a venue, and escaped into the countryside by looking for a nearby French village that isn'y a disney New Town. The village is normal (which is not usual for the area around Disney) and the restaurant is excellent.. Not cheap, but the truffle ravioli were lovely. The Duck was great. The vegetables were competent, if not imaginative. Had a lovely meal, and would definitely go back, if I ever happen to be in the region.
4 based on 290 reviews
Very nice venue. Very good food. Service was fine. And set menu offerings were value for money. This was our first restaurant in the area to offer âhouse wineâ, which was also reasonably priced. (Weâve been disappointed at the charges in this area for wine in the home country of good wine). As the title implies the âturkeyâ main course option was a BIG hit. I would recommend Le Zebre.
5 based on 571 reviews
My partner and I dined at Auberge de la Brie a couple of years ago during our first trip to our timeshare at the Marriott Village Ile-de-France, and at that time had a truly spectacular dining experience (which I reviewed here). So, when we decided to return to Paris this Thanksgiving week we knew that we wanted to celebrate our American Thanksgiving with a dinner at Auberge de la Brie. As with our last experience here, this time was superb from beginning to end. The Maitre d'/Captain greeted us and sat us down in the best of the only 9 tables in the main restaurant--the quiet little table in the corner! He even remembered us from our previous visit (my partner is an exotically beautiful woman who, to my mind, is unforgettable!). Since our last visit the chef has ramped up his game even further. From amuses bouche through to dessert and petit fours with coffee he produced an even more spectacular meal than we remembered. At the end, his wife spent some time chatting with us, and saw us out the door, happy and full with more wonderful memories. Still a must visit if you are in the EuroDisney area, but be forewarned book well in advance--we booked 3 weeks in advance, and the concierge at the Marriott told me that as of 11/24 she was unable to secure a table at Auberge de la Brie until the second week of January!
4 based on 761 reviews
Offers fine dining, traditional and inventive. Stylish and modern place, come and discover a menu of original cocktails, plates and attentive service.
LOVED the fois gras appetizer... could have eaten 2! The duck was slightly underdone but it was so delicious I didn't complain... we each had a different wine by the glass which were both good and overall it was a fine end to my vacation! The picture of the steak is from the table next to us and he said it was very good.
4 based on 195 reviews
Plenty of choice with a good selection for children too. Also a good selection of desserts to pick from.
4 based on 177 reviews
The food was great, we went there on two evenings. I had the south-Ouest salad and the burger. Both were great. The burger came well done instead of medium, for which I asked initially, but was quickly exchanged with no issues. The salad was great. An interesting combination of flavors, the salad fresh and crispy, seasoned to perfection. The fries were very nice - in the shape of (American) chips, very crisp and freshly made. The chef clearly knows what they are doing. The service was very nice, friendly, accommodating and as quick as can be in the circumstances (on the second evening the place was full). The restaurant is directly connected to a huge indoor kidsâ playing area, created around a theme of the milk farm. It is an AMAZING playground, probably the best indoor one Iâve seen. So itâs the perfect place for families with kids, as the kids happily play and run around while the parents can enjoy:) everyoneâs happy.
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