Reviews on Mediterranean food in Tinqueux, Reims, including Le petit Basque, Le Riad Restaurant Oriental, La Medina, Casa d'Urso, Pulcinella, Il Ristorante, L'Oriental
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4 based on 61 reviews
The restaurant has a strange set up that does not result in a cosy atmosphere. Low level of Moroccan attributes or from any other country.Menu card did not mention white wine but when asked I got a glass served. Rather plain. However, the aubergine starter was quite good with nice spices to improve the taste. The couscous with lamb was really excellent. Be careful with the harissa because it is the real stuff: breath taking. Prices are certainly acceptable. Recommended.
3 based on 499 reviews
It's a large glassed-in office-style block in the centre commercial a little way out of Reims.We ate asparagus risotto and a fritto misto. The asparagus was tasteless (frozen?) and yet everywhere in France it's in season! The risotto was delivered within 10 minutes (boil in bag?) and was sticky. The fritto misto wasn't cooked in hot enough oil. It was soggy.And yet even at 18:30 it was filling up. According to the owner of the chambre d'hote where we were staying, this is evidence of a decline in interest in food by French folk.. She maintained that several rural bars, bistros and restos in the area had gone out of business because of these themed US style eateries... Quelle catastrophe!
4 based on 55 reviews
We dropped in as a family and were greeted immediately and warmly. The pizza was amazing and prices were incredibly reasonable. Highly recommend this lovely little pizzeria and donât be fooled by its low key outlook as itâs a hidden gem close to the cathedral and central Reims.
4 based on 355 reviews
We'd been thinking that we wouldn't find a cosy little restaurant whilst on our visit to Reims, then we happened across Casa d'Urso. An Italian restaurant manned by French staff, but excellent selection of dishes available. We opted for the table d'hote, which was a very good choice. Generous portions of freshly prepared foods that exercised the taste buds and more than satisfied our hunger. Very efficient staff welcomed us in and looked after our needs throughout the evening. Look them up, you really won't regret it.
4 based on 288 reviews
Really fresh food well cooked - we ate dinner here one night. Just off the main drag - very popular with locals. Service is attentive and friendly all in all. A great choice for dinner if you are a fan of Moroccan / Mediterranean food
4 based on 1477 reviews
Itâs rare for us to get Moroccan food where we live so we were very keen to try Le Riad. We were not disappointed, as we felt like we were back in Morocco!My Harira soup was just what I needed on a somewhat cool summers day! We then shared a chicken tajine with caramelised pears, and a chicken pastilla and both were excellent. The pastilla had that great mix of sweet and savoury, whilst the tajine was full of flavour with deliciously succulent chicken.The Moroccan wine was also very good, and service was very friendly. We would love to have a restaurant like this near us!
4 based on 603 reviews
Score 1 to trip advisor for this place. Came highly recommended but you would never just stumble across this place. It is slightly out of town - walkable though - and in what might be seen as an edgy neighbourhood. But wow what a spot. Book in advance - the place was rammed with locals. Food is excellent and more than plentiful ( if you order the paella for one bring your game face!) . Choices are all basque based as the name suggests and service was excellent for us. If you are in town do not miss this place.
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