Best French restaurants nearby. Discover the best French food in Dorking. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for French restaurants near you.. Dorking /ˈdɔːr.kɪŋ/ is a market town in Surrey, England between Ranmore Common in the North Downs range of hills and Leith Hill in the Greensand Ridge, centred 21 miles (34 km) from London.
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4 based on 457 reviews
Our inspiration for the food and design of Cote is a modern interpretation of the many famous bistros of Paris. Inspired by new trends, we are dedicated to serving authentic classic brasserie dishes with a modern twist, using high quality produce at great
What a wonderful Early evening mealSuperb three course menu served and good selection of red and white wines.The crime caramel was old school and totally tasteful.Congratulations to the waiters and waitresses who served us amazingly.Brilliant meal Thgank you so much
4 based on 639 reviews
La Barbe is a truly French Restaurant, established 35 years ago and located opposite the wonderful Priory Park in Reigate, Surrey. La Barbe is a place that is welcoming, friendly and strongly connected to the landscape. We serve fine, freshly cooked Frenc
Couldn't fault this intimate little french restaurant. From the friendly 'bon soir' greeting, the pre-dinner drinks, inventive menu, all beautifully prepared it really was exquisite. Would definitely go here again if there was another celebration. They even made an effort to bring birthday candle and delicious chocolates to the table. Excellent.
4 based on 1000 reviews
Housed in a 16th Century building in the historic town of Horsham, Restaurant Tristan opened in 2008 and has been a firm favourite with local foodies ever since. Inside, original wooden beams contrast with contemporary style to create an intimate setting
We opted for the 6 course tasting menu at Â£70 per person. Because we were spending money on the tasting menu we also splashed out on wine too, opting for a delicious Â£65 Crozes Hermitage. The meal, however, was the most disappointing tasting menu I have ever had. I really wanted this restaurant to be good - its located in my local town and I'm all for supporting local small businesses. Two of the courses I almost had to force down because he taste was so bad - not average, BAD. There were wincing faces at our table due to the flavours. We thought that the venison had been forgotten from the Venison tartare with beetroot so we asked for the waiter to check with the kitchen. He returned saying that the venison was indeed included, but diced up very small. I couldn't see any, that's for sure, and in any case couldn't taste it due to the heavy flavours of the pickled beetroot. The seabass looked like a plate of dark green seaweed, and tasted worse. When we complained the restaurant did react very well, adding another course of lamb to make up for the other two courses. This was pleasant, but not 1 star michelin pleasant. We were even given extra wine and a free apperatif, so the service from the maitre dit was flawless. He really tried hard to appease us, for which we were very grateful. The waiter that presented us with each course was sweet and gave a dramatic bow with each course. However, we count understand how due to his incredible pace of speaking and had to keep on asking him to slow down. We spent a lot of money that night Â£130 per person. Unfortunately it was probably one of the most disappointing restaurant experiences. Michelin star food should inspire and make you want to savour the taste and marvel at how it can be so delicious. We struggled to finish some of the courses...
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