A wonderful evening was had in this little restaurant next to the church of St Maclou. For €24 a head we were treated to a beautiful 4-course meal. It's worth booking because it is full every evening!
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During our recent stay in Rouen, we were looking for a reasonably priced, yet authentic dining experience and this was perfect. Situated in the old part of town, the look and feel met our wishes and the food exceeded them. My wife and I each...More
The "Le petite auberge" is a very nice and elegant restaurant down town Rouen. Easy to find if you stay in an hotel in the old city. Reservation for the dinner (one day before) is reccomended, becuase the restaurant, with its almost twenty tables, is...More
The food was wonderful. This place could only be improved by having at least a reference menu in English. We got by, but may have missed the best things on the menu as our French is not 100%
Sweet restaurant in a traditional setting, extremely busy, they seemed to take covers all at the same time which meant a shortage of menus to give out and delay in taking orders - but they were friendly, hard working and organised, so whilst we waited...More
I'm not going to write a super long review about a detailed dining experience but simply list the pros and cons. Unfortunately, the cons outweigh the pros. I've heard plenty about this establishment's service, food and traditional ambiance however my experience fell short. Here's why:...More
we reserve a table for 4 and all of us found the dinner delicious. The wellcome , the service and the food were excellent. we ate seafoods included "langoustine" and snails (one of their specialities) , meat and finished this succulent meal with sublime desserts...More
Good, traditional, French not fancy food. A lot of locals were there...always a good sign. Open on Sunday nights. Old French environment. Specialty, escargot.