The hidden gems. This is the best French restaurant around for many miles. If you oass by Durham, stop here. Unexpected.
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Every time I make a trip to Durham, I make sure to eat dinner at Vin Rouge. This dinner visit was different than times in the past. It was very loud. Each of us ordered steak. To our disappointment all three of us received it...More
Food was best I've had in a long while and my girlfriend agreed. Incredibly tasty omelette, french fries and salad with it seemed to fit the restaurant. Service okay, room was a little old and a bit cramped, but food was worth it.
Based on reviews, I expected "quite good". But the food was truly excellent; If I were served French favorites of this quality in Paris, I would be entirely satisfied. And the prices are quite moderate for the quality. We aren't the first to discover Vin...More
Friday evening, 7:30 pm we arrived at vin rouge in Durham. Nice welcome. We shared a charcuterie plate - was good, not excellent, the fat liver was a mousse nothing like real fat liver. Then my friend had a chicken with vegetables. I had a...More
Our food was very good; however, the ventilation is awful. We could not stay for dessert because our eyes were burning from the cooking smoke on a busy Saturday night. Of the clothes we wore, we had to wash all we could and dry clean...More
Vin Rouge has been on our list for dining for several years but we had not been until now. We took the opportunity to visit the night we had DPAC tickets for Les Miz to enjoy the full French experience. We arrived at 5:30 so...More
The restaurant offers a good option to have an average quality experience of French cuisine but stays short when exhibiting the flavors of French cuisine.
Although very highly rated, I found Vin Rouge disappointing. We were a large party, and the food was uneven. Some dishes were very good, others just mundane. The restaurant was very busy, but that does not forgive the apparent lack of quality control.The waitress was...More
I try not to eat out very often when I am traveling. It's generally a lonely affair. But after a long day of meetings and driving, I just wanted to treat myself to something other than a microwave dinner. Hangar steak and good wine are...More