Great service but unfortunately the worse piece of steak. Stringy is being kind. Shame could have been a good dinner as nice place and waitress.
I am from Canada and was visiting France for the 7th time. Despite the fact that i discover French restaurants every time i am visiting, Le Petit Patrimoine was my best culinary experience ever in France. I recommend this restaurant without a doubt
The place is small, the flavours are big. The food was wonderful and a great value. Service was pleasant and the overall atmosphere was nice. The location is good, but a ways from the Place Plumereau.
The place is good value but the food really isn't right, despite having the appearance of solid, traditional local food. I had escargot ruined by a heavy, gloopy roux and crumble, my mother had a very poor cut of beef. When she left half on her plate, explaining it was tough, the waitress started cutting it in front of us... More
We loved this little restaurant and went twice during our 4 days. Tasty, fresh food. One lady serving only, even at very busy times but she got through the tables efficiently.
We were recommended this restaurant by our hotel. "This is a small restaurant that is the locals choice as number one in Tours". As always, I checked TA........ Nervous? You betcha. Still we soldiered on and surreptitiously checked the menu. Looked ok. Decor looked ok. Chairs outside available........oh, what the....... let's brave it. Ordered a bottle of local Rose whilst... More
I have to say I was surprised with the comments on the service. Our experience could not have been more different. Warm helpful service, tasty food with a very reasonably priced menu.
We chose here to eat, went in and asked a young female waitress for a table for two. There was no friendly greeting or smile from her; - just a rude, contemptuous toss of the head to indicate exactly where she chooses for us to sit (seating preference is not an option !!). Needless to say, we walked out disgusted... More
Super little restaurant in Tours with typically French atmosphere. Very busy with locals eating. It was full every night but we were lucky to drop on a table. The staff were very patient with our French and did not reply in english. Well done them. Go for the fish in a subtle beetroot sauce - its pink - with black... More
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