Reviews on French food in Besse-et-Saint-Anastaise, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, France. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
Things to do in Besse-et-Saint-Anastaise
4 based on 79 reviews
Au cÅur du Parc des Volcans d'Auvergne et du Massif du Sancy se situe le charmant village MÃ©diÃ©val de Besse et St Anastaise. A 500 m, nichÃ© dans un havre de paix et de verdure, MÃ©lanie SugÃ¨res et son equipe vous accueillent dans un hÃ´tel de Tradition oÃ¹ v
4 based on 113 reviews
We booked a meal at this restaurant for a special celebration with two friends, and we all enjoyed our meals enormously. The cuisine was very high quality, and the service excellent. The set menu at â¬29.50 was copious and offered goos choices - the only gripe (le seul bÃ©mol) was that the moelleux de chocolat (chocolate fondant) was not soft in the middle - more like chocolate sponge cake - but still delicious. Would definitely recommend if you are in the region of the Puy de Sancy.
4 based on 509 reviews
We,ve come to this resort for 20 years. My kids learned to ski here and now my grandkids. La Bergerie has always been a part of the experience for us and something we look forward to. Last night my daughter, 4 months pregnant went to wait while we took our very proud grand daughter ( first time skier) to do a run and triumphantly ski in for her dinner under the floodlights. She, a customer of 20 years, was treated as a nuisance by the staff and told to wait outside in sub zero temperatures.Madame ( responsable? proprietaire?) your behaviour was hugely inconsiderate and I'm sure that we are not the only people who you have been rude to in the pursuit of profit over people. Your attitude reflects badly on you, on your establishment and your larger community. Yes there is more business than you can handle in the holidays but rest assured that you will no longer have our custom in those quieter times when we have used La Bergerie in the past.I'll miss the friendly restaurant we used to know. The food remains good but the ambience has gone. Shame.
4 based on 296 reviews
We arrived in Besse on a Sunday evening in October, and as weâd imagined, as it was out of season, only a few places were open. Besse isnât a very large place, so there isnât a vast choice of restaurants anyway, and once we had wandered around we established this was the only place still serving.The restaurant serves regional dishes, and we thought when in Rome, so we shared a terrine, followed by âTruffadeâ, potatoes with Tome Fraiche Cantal cheese, served with a green salad and sliced cured ham. The potato and cheese bit is simply sliced potato in a creamy cheese sauce.I quite enjoyed this, though my other half wasnât impressed. It was cooked well, and there was ample for two. We also had a large beer each, and each had a large CrÃ¨me Brulee. This wasnât so good, as I think it may have been refrigerated a few days before! The total bill came to Â£50, which I thought a bit much for a small village restaurant.Read on the other reviews below, and youâll find a theme with the serviceâ¦.,We were the only tourists in the restaurant, and there was an older local couple and a family of four. The owner (a very thin lady) was speaking with the other restaurant occupants frequently; hence we guessed they were all local.She started taking our order, and she quickly appeared annoyed as we couldnât speak French as were asking what the items were. She seemed very disinterested in helping us with the menu, so we muddled by and ordered anyway.Once sheâd taken the order she promptly sat back down casually with the other occupants and pretty much ignored us. Even when she brought the food, she made little comment, nor asked us if we required anything else.Now language can of course always be a barrier, but please, a little courtesy even with some sign language wouldnât go amiss. I think we didnât even get a âMerciâ when we paid the bill and left.As said, I thought the food was ok quality, but the service attitude is terrible.
4 based on 140 reviews
Belle surprise ,dÃ©couverte de spÃ©cialitÃ©es auvergnates,Gentillesse des patrons qui sont Ã l'Ã©coute.Assiettes gÃ©nÃ©reuses et produits frais ,Ã recommander .
4 based on 118 reviews
Un petit resto fort sympathique de part sa dÃ©coration, sa propretÃ© et surtout son accueil. Bravo a la petite Ã©quipe de FranÃ§ois. Nous sommes venus courant aoÃ»t 7 fois en tout soit en couple soit en famille. La carte est bien achalandÃ©e en tout genre et nous n'avons pas tout goÃ»tÃ©.au niveau tarif l'ensemble reste raisonnable. Cest pourquoi une visite s'impose lors de nos prochains retours sur la station. A trÃ¨s vite les planches. Les normands des Myrtilles
4 based on 613 reviews
Whilst staying in Super Besse for skiing, we made the trip down to the village of Besse on several occasions to dine.The Oustaou was our favourite. Good local specialities, very friendly and acommodating to families.No frills, but good, clean, friendly and tasty food.
4 based on 179 reviews
On l a tous connu , nous sommes tous au allÃ©s dans un super restaurant , et patratra on y retourne et lÃ tout a changÃ© ! Et bien lÃ non l entrecÃ´te truffade ferait ressusciter la Vierge noire , et la fondue saint nectaire ferait se defroquer un moine , pour le patron et son Ã©quipe , on lui donnerait le bon dieu sans confessions tant il est agrÃ©able pour ses ouailles. Sainte truffade priez pour que ce lieu perdure
4 based on 621 reviews
We stopped here for lunch on a visit to Besse, and really enjoyed our savoury pancakes (galettes) with a small jug of Breton- style cider. Efficient service and very reasonable prices.
4 based on 424 reviews
It is an absolutely great place!! It is only a few times that I felt so nice! An absolutely great place, great ambience! The food is the best, the sampagne as it should be, the wine like nectar! Worth coming at Super Besse only for being here!
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