4.5 based on 318 reviews
We liked this place and had a very enjoyable evening. The new owners make you feel welcome and relaxed in this charming, small dining room. We did not get to meet the chef on arrival and he was not around when we left. The cooking is excellent, using fresh produce and prepared with great skill. You feel this is a family affair and they are aiming high. Welcome competition in Valbonne. Simple dishes on quite a limited menu (a good sign as everything is fresh and home-made), but as my wife is a good cook, we struggled to find anything that tempted us on the set menu, which was different from the one on their website, so went a la carte. The best anchoiade we have ever tasted, rouget with sauce aigre-douce is fantastic and they do things to Provencale vegetables with perfection and imagination.
A la carte pushes the price up. We paid almost 90 euro a head with half a bottle of wine and 1 coffee, but this is Valbonne! We shall be back, but probably will check first what is on the menu of the day. Prices could be a little lower to tempt back the locals.
4.5 based on 258 reviews
There is only a menu of the day offering a choice of three dishes for each course. This is not negative as the dishes are excellent. The cost at lunch time depends on the number of courses taken and is between 20 and 26 euro. At dinner the price is fixed at 29 euro. We paid a small supplement and had steak tartar. A large car park tended to fill up. Good service.
4.5 based on 185 reviews
This place has a decently priced menu for the region. A menu for 29 euros which includes Entre +Plat+Dessert is ideal for me. Their sheep (agneau) was one of the best plates i have every eaten for sheep (agneau). It was perfectly cooked. A very good range of desserts as well to chose for. The service in this restaurant is excellent compared to the average service in France. The lady is very polite and patient with her guests. Since i live around in the region i believe its one of the best restaurants around for the quality of food and the price
4 based on 370 reviews
Moroccan food and ambience. Out in the street on carpets on small chairs and tables or inside which is going like a fair. Food great, multiple varieties of couscous and tagine with vegetarian options. Great buzz and attentive service. The Moroccan wine was interesting and good quality. Always a busy place. We loved it. Go there.
4.5 based on 254 reviews
We have been the restaurant several times - winter & summer - tourist season & when all the tourists are gone. The food is consistently good, the service likewise.
4 based on 288 reviews
Lucky for them that the place has a
Good location in the charming village
Of La Valbonne otherwise they will never
Survive with this quality of food and service.
Nothing is fresh and all pre-cooked
Food looks like coming out from
A frozen box.
Service is long and not friendly.
Waitress was cleaning the table during
Our dinner so we were receiving the
Spray in our plates and our nose .
No excuses of course as if was normal
Staff from the kitchen sweating and
Smelling walking around the restaurant
Drinking and talking .
It is a shame to present to the tourists
This kind of food and behavior .
Don t waste your time and money
There is more restaurant around
4 based on 380 reviews
We had dinner here during our stay in Valbonne.
Very busy place and at the same time very nice lively place.
Food / price is okay. Kiddos had the beef haché with fries (12€). There was no side dish like a salad or anything. Very basic, but is ok i guess.
Staff was friendly too.
4.5 based on 231 reviews
We went with a group of 14 people. Food was fantastic, portions were very generous. Between all of us we tried most of the menu. Carpaccio of St Jaques was amazing, Chuleton was to die for. Entrecote was on par. The woks were slightly below par. Good and honest wine selection. Good choice of cheeses. Overall was a true feast and the waiters were so patient and nice to us, gave us the main table on the Terrace. Highly recommended
4 based on 125 reviews
Firstly do not go here if you want to feel special or posh. Do go here if you are visiting the Grasse area and you want a decent home cooked lunch for 16 euros with wine and coffee thrown in.
There is no atmosphere or ambience to speak of except the chatter of locals ripping in to a hearty lunch - pensioners, workmen and a few tourists. You eat what you are given: greek salad, a sausage roll, rabbit chasseur with polenta and apricot tart in my case. Service is rapid and professional.
It reminded me of a relais routier from about 1975 - grandma's hearty cooking, not a bad memory at all
4.5 based on 227 reviews
I come here regularly and Its been a long time since I re-reviewed this restaurant. The staff and owners are friendly and accommodating and I am always pleased with whatever I order. They are great for lunches in the garden and can book large parties too. In fact not so long ago we had a group of nearly 60 for a buffet lunch and it was a tremendous success. I encourage you to try one of the favourites
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