Reviews on French food in Saint Die des Vosges, Grand Est, France including Restaurant Logan LAUG, Le Grand Cafe, Hotel-Restaurant Le Regal, Saint Martin, Au Petit Robinson, Restaurant des Voyageurs, Le Croc Vosgien, Brasserie Restaurant Le Choucas, Au Bureau, L Instant D Une Pizza
Things to do in Saint Die des Vosges
4 based on 37 reviews
Si vous avez envie de manger des bons petits plats cuisinÃ©s avec passion (c'est important !) tout en profitant d'une ambiance "comme Ã la maison" n'hÃ©sitez plus. La carte des pizzas est riche en choix, les ingrÃ©dients toujours trÃ¨s frais, le patron les confectionne gÃ©nÃ©reusement et avec attention, rÃ©sultat : super bonnes et on y revient plus souvent qu'il ne le faudrait, mais Ã§a, c'est juste pour la ligne !Les plats proposÃ©s, hors pizzas, sont excellents, les desserts succulents, surtout les glaces. Une bonne adresse Ã Saint-DiÃ© et le sympathique couple (et leur fille la cuisiniÃ¨re) sont adorables ! Foncez.
3 based on 292 reviews
The Au Bureau chain counts several branches spread over France. The concept is lightly inspired on the famous British pubs, because in addition to an extensive drink card (on which strangely enough Belgian beers and cocktails dominate), Au Bureau can also be visited to view sporting events or to enjoy a meal. The extensive and varied menu card includes, in addition to some local specialties, mainly salads and various meat dishes such as gourmet burgers or steak. The friendly staff provides a quick service. In good weather it is possible to dine on the terrace.This spacious brasserie is located in the centre of Saint-DiÃ©-des-Vosges, past the Ibis hotel and on the bank of the river Meurthe. Many parking possibilities are available in the immediate vicinity. Au Bureau is open from Monday to Saturday from 12:00 to 14:00 and in the evening from 19:00.Bonsoir , Merci pour ces explications pour tous les membres de Trip Advisor Nous sommes heureux que vous ayez passÃ© un bon moment dans notre Ã©tablissement merci
4 based on 95 reviews
A quick stop found decent food but nothing to make me return.Located near a lively square with salsa dancing.
4 based on 52 reviews
Notre Ã©tablissement vous accueil dans la joie et la bonne humeur vosgienne. Nous avons pour ambition de faire du snacking (restauration rapide) de qualitÃ© avec des produits de proximitÃ©, naturel, de caractÃ¨re et dâappellation. L'originalitÃ© de nos recette
Arrived in St Die and while looking for food we discovered this little sandwich bar. We speak little french but were welcomed by the staff and helped to make our choices. We both had a hot sandwich and a salad and it was one of the tastiest meals we have ever had in France and at a very reasonable price. Thank you
4 based on 121 reviews
Je reviens tous les ans dans ce restaurant, la cuisine est fine, la prÃ©sentation soignÃ©e, le lieu est calme, apaisant et en plus lors de cette canicule climatisÃ©. Un vrai bonheur, l'endroit est serein on s'y sent bien. Un pÃ©tillant bergamote et un rosÃ© de Toul et la soirÃ©e fut excellente. Merci encore.
4 based on 129 reviews
If you are in Saint-diÃ©-des-vosges, you have to go at Au Petit Robinson is a good place to eat Beignets de pommes de terre. They have a good Menu for all you pricesSay Hello to Catherine the owner
4 based on 385 reviews
Restaurant Brasserie Alsacienne Saint-Martin is a good option for eaters who would like to try the local cuisine of the Vosges. In addition to the local specialties, the extensive and varied menu also includes pasta meals, meal salads and a large selection of meat and fish dishes. Besides Ã -la-carte, one can also opt for a competitively priced daily menu at â¬ 12.90 (includes dessert and coffee). The dishes are tasty and correct in portion and price. The service is friendly but rather slow.This spacious and attractively furnished brasserie is located in the centre of Saint-DiÃ©-des-Vosges, along the monumental Saint-Martin church. In good weather it is possible to dine on the spacious terrace. Eaters are welcome daily from 11:15 to 14:00 and in the evening from 18:45. Many parking possibilities are available in the immediate vicinity (for example near the Carrefour).Merci pour vos apprÃ©ciations. Cela nous fait le plus grand plaisir de recevoir des hÃ´tes qui aiment notre cuisineDans l'attente de vous revoir, cordiales salutations
4 based on 180 reviews
Had dinner at this restaurant along with business people from local company with whom we work. The service was very good (although limited English speaking by the staff and no English menu) and the food was excellent. The lamb dish was delicious and the raspberry flavored dessert was also very sweet.Would definitely recommend to anybody wanting to eat here.Am also staying the night - rooms are basic but definitely servicable for the 1 night passing through. Pricing is very good.
4 based on 168 reviews
we went ther with all my family after some funerals. We were all sad, but the delicious food and atmosphere were really a balm. the starters were all good and fresh , the main courses were appreciated by every body and fondant chocolate was great
5 based on 118 reviews
"Logan LAUG et son Ã©quipe, vous accueille dans son tout nouveau restaurant gastronomique Ã Saint DiÃ© dans les vosges. Venez dÃ©guster une cuisine de produits frais, cuisinÃ©e sur place avec des influences asiatiques. Notre sommelier vous proposera une carte
As the other half of Namklim's party, I feel I can only confirm his forensic analysis. We have seen a lot of St Die over the past 20 years, having had a second home there for 10 of them.We knew and loved this restaurant in the early 2000's as the Petit Chantilly, and felt we should try its latest embodiment as the Logan Laugh. Not least in view of the difficulty of eating at any kind of gastronomic level in the immediate area (thank goodness for Alsace but that is an hour away).Our welcome with the remark "Are you tourists?", and being wedged into a rather modest table so that service involved reaching over us to get to the punter in the corner did not bode well, but worse was to follow.The first disappointment was the absence of choice on the menus, and as my wife does not eat veal and is not that fond of farmed salmon (from Norway if you please at the Logan) she ate a la carte, i.e. the previously slow cooked (and thus reheated to a lukewarm degree) lamb and a "deconstructed Magnum" (i.e. choc ice) dessert. The latter lacked visual appeal, say no more in polite company.The former arrived on a cool plate, and suffered from a problem others have noted: too many flavours jumbled up in the veg with the result that there was in total virtually no flavour at all.My glass of pinot noir was not up to the standard achieved in Alsace for the same price the day before, begging the question "Where does Logan L buy his wine?"Enough of this. I am trying to forget this meal, not relive it! And for the avoidance of doubt, you may be completely sure we will not be going backbonjour merci pour votre commentaire, nous en avons pris bonne note .... a jamais !
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.