This has always been one of our favorite restaurants. It is small and quaint and the food is really good.
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I just returned from dinner at Le Refuge. The service was courteous and prompt. The green salad was chopped, which made it easy to eat, and the vinaigrette was just tart enough. I had a special - the tuna steak with two sauces. It was...More
My husband and I met here (on a blind date) and so this place has extra sentimental value. That was 20 years ago and this places is still consistently fantastic. Great wine list as you might expect in an authentic French country restaurant. Food is...More
Went to Le Refuge with my family and parents-in-law during our visit to Alexandria. My husband and I were not very enthusiastic about the escargot we ordered. Main courses were also mediocre. Also pricy. Will not go back.
This charming, small French restaurant never fails. Their food is always excellent (save room for the profiteroles), the service is prompt and pleasant.
My wife's grandparents lived on Queen Street before Alexandria became a fashionable place. Le Refuge was in the same location then too. Really good food, really great atmosphere, you feel at home here, but you feel special at the same time You step into another...More
This restaurant is not for the claustrophobic as the tables are tightly packed into a tiny space. The service was very good. Anything we asked for, we got right away. Onion soup is a strong choice among the appetizers. Also the salads were all good...More
I just wish the comfort level was higher. Somehow I wound up at the same table from a visit three years ago! It is a very small restaurant with lovely decor, but too many tables; the chairs are so uncomfortable. The food tho is EXCELLENT,...More
This French Restaurant across from Christ Church was the most romantic experience I had in the DC area. Every time I've returned I've enjoyed excellent food at the best prices of any other similar eatery in the city. Friendly French service; worth the trip just...More