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4 based on 390 reviews
All previous positive reviews are herewith confirmed. Exterior and interior may not look too attractive, but if you are looking for the real thing for a fair price, here is a very good place to be. Apart from enjoying their great authentic French cuisine, our mixed Mexican-Dutch group shared some good laughs with 'la patrona', who is very willing to try and bridge any language gap and making it a fun experience for all involved. Neither cheap nor expensive, very good value for money. Patrona and - cook-with-the-difficult name, thanks for a gastronomic and cheerful evening.
4 based on 732 reviews
Delight in a masterful feast for the senses at our Michelin-starred restaurant. Exquisite French cuisine by chef Frederic Larquemin is served against the backdrop of the park of the Chateau de Versailles.
This restaurant was over the top. From the staff of waiters to the exquisitely presented food. No rush, but rather a true dining experience.... served slow and graceful. The specialty foods between courses were delicious assorted sorbets in unusual flavors, that truly cleansed your palate, to prepare you for the next scrumptious morsels. Dear Guest,Thank you for your visit and thank you for your nice comments about your meal.We are really pleased that you had a "true dining experience" and that you found our restaurant "over the top".Hoping that we shall have the chance to serve you again in the near future.Sincerely,
4 based on 265 reviews
Having lived in the neighborhood right next to this restaurant for 2 years, I had heard of La Scuderia but honestly, had had no desire to go because it is tucked in a small property on a very busy intersection as you exit the A13 (a major artery in/out of Paris). But, ironically, I had the perfect opportunity on a cold, snowy day in January as I had to schedule a going away lunch for a friend of mine that was leaving France to return to the United States. I walked over there to see if I could make a reservation for 7 people and the hostess was so pleasant. She assured me that my reservation wouldnât be a problem. A few hours later I had to call back to ask if I could add 3 more people; again, the hostess, very generously, said that it wouldnât be a problem.When I arrived on the day of our reservation, I was so pleasantly surprised. The table for our party of 10 was tucked in a nice corner of the restaurant and we were greeted by our waiter with menus in hand. I knew that this group of 10 very âsocialâ women would create a bit of noise so I politely told the hostess that if she felt we were being too loud, that I would work with our group and weâd âreduce the volumeâ a bit and you know what she said? She said, âwe enjoy people having a good timeâ. Some of the ladies in my group had eaten here so knew what to expect. However, for me and a couple of others, we were eager to taste the Italian pizzas and sandwiches that we saw on the lunch menu. They do have an interesting concept here where they serve these âgiganticâ pizzas that well serve 3-4 people. I chose the group pizza with a green salad and I have to tell you, the pizza was delicious. A couple of the ladies that had the lunch sandwiches also gave praise to how tasty and delicious they were. We spent a good couple of hours enjoying our pizzas/sandwiches having great conversation and our waiter was quite attentive throughout the whole time. When it came time to order dessert, most of us looked at each other and simply decided on coffees and we were all quite satisfied with the lunch that we had eaten. I donât think the waiter quite understood the types of coffees some of us had ordered but I was a bit disappointed with the coffee I had. But I donât think it was the restaurantâs fault, but rather a problem with my communicating the type of coffee I wanted. I would highly recommend you visit La Scuderia if you are interested in tasting some really great pizzas cooked in wood-burning ovens. Reservations are a must and if you can visit during the week when it is less crowded you might enjoy your experience a bit more. Parking is âhorrendousâ except in non-peak days/times. One hint is to take a taxi out to the restaurant or, if you must drive, maybe youâll get lucky by driving into the neighborhood just North of the restaurant. Which ever option you decide on, come out to La Scuderia and be ready for some slow dining that takes in the ambiance, the pleasant staff, and great company. The restaurant does have an outdoor dining garden that I am sure looks stunning and is quite enjoyable in any of the Spring/Summer or even Fall months.
4 based on 240 reviews
Very good restaurant, had the set 5course menu and a incredible value. Stay away from the old wine bottles in the winelist, and you'll have an excellent meal at half the price of central Paris. Langoustines were good, the Bresse chicken excellent. Service is good and they have an acceptable wine list.
5 based on 767 reviews
Three and a half years ago my wife and I had the great fortune of, completely by chance, discovering a newly opened restaurant on the edge of the old town of Versailles. We knew from the off we'd found something quite special and over the last three years its been a delight to watch a story develop of one of France's great culinary talents not just find his feet, but thrieve, gaining a michelin star in his first year and opening a sister bistro a year after that. Since our fitst visit we have since dined at either Table du 11, or the sister Bistro du 11 maybe a dozen times and on every occasion, we never fail to be impressed. Having been fortunate enough to have dined at 40+ Michelin one or two star establishments, very few can hold a candle to Table du 11. It is, in terms of both service and cuisine, head and shoulders above any other one star restaurant we have dined at and indeed superior to maybe half of the two star restaurants we have frequented. To deliver such consistency, whilst also providing no little invention is indeed a rare thing. In essence if you get the chance to dine here youd be a fool not to take it.
4 based on 284 reviews
Excellent cuisine with beautiful artistic craftmanship. Food has great depth of flavors and service is above reproach.Duck breast cooked to perfection and beans tasty and al dente.. Yummy C'est BonDesert of Molten lava cake with raspberries inside - to die forI would definitely come back
5 based on 176 reviews
Our family ate here and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We had a mixed plate of meze, and the tzaziki was delicious. For main we shared some chicken skewers (picture) and lasagne.This little restaurant is worth trying, and half the cost of our bistro from last night.
4 based on 594 reviews
This restaurant is unpretentious but the quality of the food and wines is superb. The fresh dishes of the day were of a high standard and the wine suggestion with each course were great. The owner/front of house was extremely knowledgeable about the wines and all the staff were friendly and approachable. Well done!
4 based on 351 reviews
We were staying in the Holiday Inn and this is just a five minute walk from there. We arrived just as they were opening (7:00) and were offered the 'last table', which we thought was quite funny there was no one else in there. We started with a glass of Kir, which came with croutons and tapenade. Being as we were in France we had to have escargot, this was a real surprise (yes we've had escargot many times before) they were beautifully served in a light tempura batter, absolutely delicious, and if you're a bit squeamish about escargot this would be a great way to try them. I had sea bream for my main this was served with a pasteisse sauce which worked well. My wife thoroughly enjoyed her moules. To finish we had some local cheese. All washed down with a bottle of Cote du Rhone. The staff are very friendly and helpful, and speak good English! By the time we were leaving the restaurant was full and buzzing with locals queuing for tables. Definitely worth booking for a Friday or Saturday night. Our meal came to â¬68.30, which we thought was good value.
4 based on 382 reviews
Located on a quaint little side street in 'downtown' Bougival, this restaurant is a delight. The service is kind and attentive, and the food is original and tasty. The little amuse-bouche they served (a savory cookie with an avocado cream & Ã©crivisse) was a pleasure. The lunch menu (entree+plat+dessert) at 19,90â¬ is a real deal, given the quality of the food. I had the oeuf mollet with asparagus & I would have preferred the egg to be runny, but to each his own. Everyone at our table had the cod which was perfectly cooked and the accompanying vegetables were exceptional. I had the riz au lait for dessert which was ok, but a little heavy because I had already eaten so much, and so well. I will definitely be back!
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