Reviews on European food in Trappes, France including Le Tablier, Leon De Bruxelles, La Flambee, Le Carre Restaurant, Plein Sud, La Ferme de Voisins, La Fontaine, La Maison des Bois, Auberge du Manet, La Terrasse de Sauvegrain
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4 based on 169 reviews
A few minutes walk from their hotel, Le Manoir de Sauvegrain, the restaurant is a converted old house. Staff was excellent and very helpful (particularly given my high school French). Fois gras was nice, dessert of baked apple with caramelized crumbles was really good and went particularly well with a very nice plum eau de vie.
3 based on 331 reviews
Bienvenue Ã l'Auberge du Manet! A deux pas de lâeffervescence de Saint Quentin en Yvelines, Ã Montigny le Bretonneux, dÃ©couvrez un restaurant gastronomique Ã l'orÃ©e de la VallÃ©e de Chevreuse. Offrant un environnement reposant et apaisant, lâAuberge du Man
The town(ship) here is not one of the nicest in Greater Paris; very close to Versailles and known to be the dwelling of a few multinational corps trying to keep a budget on office costs per square meter. The spot, within a seminar and hotel complex, is spacious and somehow well kept with some traces of the typical French attitude for the "delabrÃ©". On a sunny day that allows you to eat on the terrace at lunchtime, you could feel like in Provence with no big effort. Cuisine is average to good, the standard is kept and, at some price, you can feel allright - given the region.Blackboard menu is normally to consider; some variations to this with no frills in the "carte" are also interesting. Skip cheese which is no extraordinary discovery. Meat is ok, fish could vary. EntrÃ©es are reliable. Service informal but: Mr. Chef, please try to vary the salads and ask the dish decorator to keep fingers away from Blasamico vinegar and red pepper grains... too much, too many, too often!
4 based on 186 reviews
We enjoyed lunch outside surrounded by a beautiful garden. Food was superb, well prÃ©pared well cooked and well presented. Wine was a must and desert just perfect. I had the strawberry souffle and my husband the chocolate cake.
4 based on 186 reviews
We paid 84 euro for two: two courses each, one half bottle of wine. I had dried out duck liver on a dried out blini on some kind of pumpkin puree to start followed by three scallops and one very small piece of salmon as a main course. It was one of the worst meals I have eaten in a long time. And 84 euro for two for such poor quality - I will be writing a letter of complaint directly to the restaurant. We are local in the area and ahve tried most all the restaurants in St Quentin en Yvelines. This is one that we will NEVER go back to. The only positive was the service.
4 based on 310 reviews
I really liked the feel and look of this place: the indoor room is of rustic style with a fire place, large wooden tables, whereas outside offers a great garden terrasse. The food was overall good and very nicely presented. I was however disappointed with my main course: the fish was not very good and the rice served as side was badly cooked.
4 based on 232 reviews
I'm not disappointed about the quality of the food and their service, I really enjoyed the recommendations of the hostess; however, I found it a bit overpriced in the end. I consider they are doing a pretty good job, the ambiance is nice and they are very friendly and definitively will go again when staying in the neighborhood.
4 based on 263 reviews
It seems difficult to find a good-quality restaurant in St Quentin en Yvelines so we decided to try Le Carre for lunch. We each had the lunch special (16 euros 50) - it was carpaccio de boeuf and a red fruit mousse for dessert. I had a glass of wine and my wife had water. With two coffees the bill came to 45 euros (for two) which is relatively reasonable given the quality of the food. The decor is simple and contemporary - there is an open kitchen. The service was efficient - there were not too many customers when we were there. We will come back for dinner some time soon to see how that is.
4 based on 119 reviews
I do not apprecaite so much French cousine but it was ok. Waiters and Owner very polite and customer friendly. Good desserts.
4 based on 534 reviews
Happened to be staying in the adjacent Ibis Budget and for once, very unlike me, I had done no planning or research whatsoever on where we might eat for the evening. Being quite late for French diners we arrived at the hotel so by this time my wife and I were more or less resigned to having a burger from the place we had just passed up the road. On enquiring at reception about local alternatives at that hour, we were directed to Leon de Bruxelles. Not expecting much we were delighted by the place. I am not a great mollusc fan generally but the sight of mussels in a curry sauce looked intriguing so that was my choice. This was a marriage made in heaven for me if I could have licked the bowl I would have done. My better half opted for a traditional fish and chips which not only appeared very appetising, confirming that tasted as good as it looked.Lovely fresh bread, a glass of wine, a very strong Belgium beer (8.7%) desserts all for a value for money cost of just over â¬50!
4 based on 382 reviews
Quaint traditional French cafe in small neighborhood plaza visited this evening. Offer a classy but approachable interior and a relaxed, outdoor patio near another restaurant and plenty of seating. Arrived on a weeknight while in the area on business...no reservation... and received a warm neighborhood welcome by every member of the wait staff who were delighted to help introduce items on the menu and ensure we were well taken care of. Menu offers a range of classics and innovative dish specials. Favorite dish was grilled asparagus over a savory pastry with foamed cream and herbs over this with a hint of spice...delicious. Many tables taken on an everyday Tuesday evening reminded us further they take pride in this restaurant and all guests. Bravo. Would recommend and would gladly return when in the area again.
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