Don’t miss this quirky place. Bare walls, light bulb hanging down. Full of millennials. Great eggs, Salads, bowls of deserts, Avocado toast (incredible) Grilled cheeses (with figs and apples) UNBELIEVABLE !
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I love the ambience at Cafe Madeline. Not a huge menu (but not a huge restaurant either) but everything I've ever tried here was delicious. Service is great. This is like a well-run family restaurant but with a sophisticated bistro vibe.
We had a very enjoyable lunch. We ate here during Fairfield Restaurant Week. They offered a good number of choices. The three course meal was $15. I started with a cup of minestrone soup- it was very fresh and tasty. For my main course I...More
I live in town and this is a regular place for us to visit! It's a small location but very cozy. Madeline is usually present and visits with the customers. All the staff is very friendly. ALL the food is yummy - never disappointed -...More
Zero curb appeal on Post Road (US 1), but absolute gem of a small (30 seats) French restaurant in downtown Fairfield. Food is wonderful (try the Sole Francaise with Asparagus), and the staff is wonderful (especially Noe). Reservations are a good idea -- because it...More
Cafe Madeline never disappoints! The menu is always changing with a wide variety of daily specials and the food is very fresh. The service is great and will cater to your every whim.
Cafe Madeline is a wonderful dining option in downtown Fairfield as it rewards diners looking for something a little different with an array of creative plates prepared with extremely fresh ingredients. I'd describe the ambiance as a sort of bistro-lite with a pleasant al fresco...More
We had an enjoyable dinner. We were celebrating my husband's birthday. They have a nice menu - appetizers, salads, soup, entrees- fish, chicken, beef, panini sandwiches, drinks, coffees and desserts. We started with a vegetable mozzarella appetizer. It was very tasty and fresh. For my...More
My wife and I had been wanting to try this restaurant for some time and we came away disappointed. Typical red sauce pedestrian Fairfield Italian restaurant. 24 dollars for a dry Caesar salad and not home made tortellini with meat sauce. Wanted to like it...More
I've now eaten here maybe 6 times and each time was just as good as the ones before. This is not an overwhelming fancy-schmancy joint but while it's noisy enough that you don't have to be self conscious about your conversation it's not that loud...More