Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Prospect, Kentucky, United States. Prospect is a home rule-class city in Jefferson and Oldham counties in the U.S. state of Kentucky. The Jefferson County portion is a part of the Louisville Metro government. The population was 4,657 at the time 2000 census. It is one of the wealthiest communities in Kentucky.
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4 based on 139 reviews
This was my first time here and holy moly it was amazing! You have to get a reservation first and foremost. They start you off with bread with home made butter, OMG! I had the chicken ragout and it was delicious! Then had the napoleon for desert, they run out fast so Iâd recommend going ahead reserving one. I canât wait to go back and try new dishes.
4 based on 195 reviews
Brasserie Provence is a local family-owned and operated restaurant offering casual, upscale dining and traditional French cuisine with a South-of-France flair. A large selection of ProvenÃ§ale and classical French dishes offers something for everyone at an
There are many things to like about this place. It is attractive, the table spacing and acoustics keep it from ever being too loud, and the service is good. The pricing is generally appropriate for the type/quality of food, and the serving sizes should satisfy. But at least on this occasion, a few things fell short. Firstly, they charge $2 per basket for bread. I've never been charged for plain bread anywhere and found this very weird for a restaurant of this caliber. They also charge $3 for substitions of sides that are all priced the same if you order them a la carte. As to the food, we started with calamari. If there is any common complaint about calamari, I would guess it's that it can easily be overcooked and chewy. This was a good portion and quite tender and well seasoned, but it was actually too soft. The coating lacked a satisfying crispiness. I had the mussels and frites. It was well prepared and the mussels were sweet, but the wine cream sauce was rather thin, screaming for a bit more cream or homemade mayonnaise in the base. My hubby's pork chop was delicious and perfectly cooked, but his augratin potatoes were under done. We skipped dessert. It's a nice place, but they need to drop the petty charges and pay attention to some preparation details.Hello Leslie, and thank you for dining in Provence. We are very sorry that your husband found the gratin au Dauphinois accompanying his pork chop not to be cooked to his satisfaction. We would have replaced it immediately had he mentioned this to me or to his server. I would also have liked to address your other concerns while you were in the restaurant instead of on this public forum, but here goes: Firstly, we serve artisanal French baguettes from Ghyslain, not plain bread, and include a small charge for our bread baskets as do many other restaurants. Secondly, Chef Patrick designs our menu so that all of the flavors on the plate complement one another. Guests may of course ask for a substitution, but we charge a nominal fee for doing so. And finally, as for our authentic and very popular Mussels MariniÃ¨res, which is my grandmother's traditional recipe from the south of France, there is a substantial amount of cream already in the dish, and putting mayonnaise into it would be a travesty.
4 based on 262 reviews
The Rover is the real deal - You will love the atmosphere and the food! We had Shannon as our server and she was very attentive on a busy Friday night. The Fish and Chips are fabulous. Multiple beers and drinks complete the menu of Irish Fare. Finish dinner with a Rover Coffee! For small parties you can call ahead (30 Minutes) to get your name on the list.
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