The food is very good, service could be a little bit more charming. My steak was quite big, the sauce was very good. The chocolate mouse is amazing.
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Small restaurant, with very welcoming staff. Regional food. They have a menu in English if needed. Great atmosphere and look (been before refurbishment was about to take place). The food is cooked and presented almost to perfection. Their famous leg of lamb is wonderful, yet...More
The place is typically French and full of locals - we popped in for lunch on the off-chance after a tour round the Palace of Versailles and we're seated immediately. Our waiter spoke no English but we got by with my school-book French and he...More
Lucky to get a table! I arrived just before the rush hour at 8pm. Many were turned away after this because there were no more available tables. So book in advance or come early. The restaurant was worth it. Good ambiance, good service and execellent...More
if the locals eat there it's good. Can't argue. My wife had gigot carved from the bone, which was accompanied by its own jus. Succulent lamb served with potato au gratin. You only get one vegetable with the main course so if you each choose...More
My boss brought his team here for a Christmas lunch. The atmosphere is cosy and nicely arranged into smaller rooms without too many tables. For simplicity, we had a pre-ordered menu but nothing wrong with that. The lamb main course was particularly good and accompanied...More
Typical Fench lunch in Versailles. The Lamb was nice, service prompt and table wine elegantly sufficient. A nice break and good to engage with the locals. I recommend a visit.. by the way the profiteroles for dessert are outstanding.
We ate here on 05 November. Versailles was very quiet but the restaurant was busy with regulars. Entrees of museau vinaigrette and lentils with ham were generous and tasty. Entrecote was very nicely seasoned and Béarnaise and fries were excellent. My wife's salmon was perfectly...More