Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Crest, France including La Salle a Manger a Crest, Le Kleber, L'esprit Gourmand, Le Globe, La Saleine, Restaurant L'Ami Rabel, La Maison XV, Cerise et Vinaigrette
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4 based on 350 reviews
Last sunday 12/7 we went for lunch. We arrived at 1310h; most of the tables were in the middle of their lunch already. at 1400h we still had not received a starter. when we asked the patron told that it was busy. This was not the case at that time; at 1400 the majority of tables was already empty and actually only 1 other table was being served by starter or main menu. The patron reacted angry at the question how long it would take before the starter would arrive (but within 5 minutes after the question it suddenly arrived...). At serving the main menu the patron (small fat guy with moustache) again became unfriendly mentioning that it was busy (which was not the case!) and rudely served us.This evening we decided to give it another chance this holiday so we arrived at 1945h: 50-75% of the tables were empty but upon our arrival he stated that we could not have diner as he was fully booked which was clearly not the case.If you are looking for nice friendly restaurant with good service: DON'T GO HERE (which is a pity since food is good).BonjourJe viens de lire votre critique que je trouve injuste et mÃ©chante allant jusqu'Ã dÃ©nigrer mon physique (!). Je me souviens de votre visite en couple avec 2 enfants en bas Ã¢ge, vous Ãªtes arrivÃ©s les derniers pour ce service de midi vers 13h15 et Ãªtes repartis Ã 14h45, ce qui me semble une durÃ©e correcte pour manger entrÃ©e, plat et dessert en Ã©tant en vacances... Profitez-en plutÃ´t pour apprÃ©cier votre sÃ©jour dans notre belle rÃ©gion! Si vous Ãªtes prÃ©ssÃ©s vous pouvez trouver de la restauration vite fait mais quelque peu moins goÃ»tue dans la ville voisine... A savoir enfin que lorsque des tables sont rÃ©servÃ©es je ne peux pas les offrir Ã d'autres mÃªme s'ils arrivent avant ces derniers, d'oÃ¹ le principe de la rÃ©servation... Je pense que l'adjectif "horrible" est un peu excessif sachant que votre repas a Ã©tÃ© apprÃ©ciÃ©...Cordialement
Pratique d'abord parce qu'il n'est pas facile de dÃ©jeuner Ã 13h30 Ã Crest un 27 dÃ©cembre... C'est ouvert tard. De bon niveau ensuite car on y trouve plusieurs plats disponibles aussi Ã emporter. Boudin blanc au girolles, Pintade Ã l'ail noir, servi avec une bonne purÃ©e de butternut et des lÃ©gumes sautÃ©s. On y a dÃ©couvert aussi un vin local de bon niveau, La ligne Rouge de Raspail. Attention, Maison XV est aussi un restaurant situÃ© en pÃ©riphÃ©rie de Crest (Ã 1,5 km du centre environ).
4 based on 133 reviews
Cuisine simple avec des produits frais et de saison. Restaurant situÃ© dans un petit village dans la vallÃ©e de la DrÃ´me. Menu du jour du mardi au samedi Ã 14 euros. Choix parmi deux entrÃ©es, deux plats et deux desserts. Le soir et dimanche midi : menu Ã 26
We ate here twice, both times for dinner (Fridays or Saturdays only, lunch throughout the week)A pleasant terrace in a village location. Efficient friendly service (reservations are appreciated). A restricted menu (three choices per course) that was the same on both our Friday visits, but everything was freshly prepared and very tasty so this was not an issue
4 based on 138 reviews
Not many places open this Sunday but it didn't matter because this quiet restaurant in a gem. Slightly gentile. Excellent fixed price menu. ChÃ¨vre salad with pine nuts and tomatoes delicious and well judged. Brochettes de Caille sound unusual but was superb. Fraise parfait to finish
4 based on 84 reviews
The gates of the Drome Provencale, The Globe offers a cuisine with southern accents with fresh products. Chef Bruno Cotte shares his passion for cooking and uses creative talent with fish, meat and vegetables in season.
The Globe is... fun. It's "real". Sadly, it is ONLY open for lunch, but it's a place not to be missed.On Saturdays (market day), reservations are essential, and you'll be rubbing shoulders with half of the town, crowded around the bar.But the restaurant - and the terrace in summer - are separate and the staff efficient.So let's talk about the food. First, it's good, it's varied, and it's attractive.There is always a set menu, and you can choose from starter, main course and dessert or any combination of the three. If it doesn't tempt you (and on a dozen or so visits I've never refused to try what was offered), there are always steaks, salads, etc.Yes, the choice is limited but the menus are SO varied and beautifully presented, it never gets repetitive. And what better to choose than something the chef has bought (usually locally) and prepared according to what takes his fancy.There are typical brasserie dishes, others with a little more fantasy, but always with several wonderful fresh vegetables (often made into tartlets or flans). The desserts? Also stunning and varied.Yes, I enthuse about the place and partly because it is, in my opinion, the best quality, the best value and best atmosphere in Crest - and it's also a fun place where you see not tourists (well, a few) but the locals, many of whom eat their regularly... because they know where to get the best. PS - great kids' menus too, and a corner with books for kids.Maybe one warning - on busy lunchtimes it can be a bit noisy, particularly inside (the terrace is better and great view of the square).
4 based on 210 reviews
Crest is pretty short of restaurants, and we were delighted to try this one (and already two visits). And what a great discovery it was!I am really surprised that one reviewer was so disappointed because the quality is just *so* good, and the attitude so friendly that I think any constructive comments would be well taken.The prices? Absolutely in line with the quality, I would say. No menu for children? OK, perhaps they could add the usual slice of ham or mini-burger and fries, but I don't see this as essential. Again, I'm quite sure the owners would cater happily for kids on request - I've seen a couple of them in there who seemed fine NOT to be eating the usual kids' fare. Special note for the risotto (perfect) and the quality of the lamb (it just melted). Definitely one to go back to, and with great pleasure.
4 based on 252 reviews
I have been to many michelin stars and this one star is amongst my absolute favorites. Foie gras, duck, fish- beautiful presentation, creative, imaginative, skillful- delicious. The goat cheese medley at the end was fantastic- so delicious and creative. Chef even meets guests! Easy location. Beautiful dining space. Waiter staff and sommelier were friendly, professional and knowledgeable. A wonderful evening and definitely worth any detour
4 based on 433 reviews
La Salle Ã Manger is a French traditional restaurant serving bistronomic dishes : we only use best-quality, fresh and seasonal products, so our card is refreshed every week. The restaurant is located at Le Champ de Mars square, in the beautiful and tiny m
Pleasant ambience, efficient service, decent cooking at a fair price for the area. What is not to like?The food was good, arguably a tad fussy (past a certain point, extra ingredients and bits and bobs detract rather than add to one's enjoyment) but very acceptable.Worth reserving as it gets very busy at weekends and holiday peaks
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