Great value for dinner with friends. Not exactly fine dining but everything was well cooked and presented.
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Laid back bar and restaurant with friendly staff. lots of customers so it must be doing something right.
Unfortunately Atelier 26 is no more. All that lovely locally sourced food has gone; a new restaurant is in its place offering a totally different sort of food. Dommage.
A typical decent quality, independent restaurant with good value set menus (the type sorely missing from British provincial towns.) Simple, well executed, classic dishes. Good presentation, and pleasant (if a tad slow) service. For the price, recommended.
2nd visit to this lovely modern restaurant set in the town where Victor Hugo envisioned Les Miserables. Last year we were lucky enough to get a table by pot luck but it was so good that we didn't risk it again so reserved a table....More
Wow.........fantastic little restaurant, we were lucky to get a table as only booked at the lunch time for an 8 o'clock table. What a treat !! Perfect sized portions of the most delightfully tasty food, they take their time but it's cooked fresh by an...More
My wife and I dined here with our friends during an overnight stay in Montreuil. It’s a relatively small cosy restaurant (c30 covers), decorated in a modern way and very French. The menu is small in terms of choice but that’s because the food is...More
A lovely bistro down a quiet side street . We ate here on a Friday evening and luckily had booked as they were full. A beautiful and subtle 3 courses all freshly made . A really good hare terrine followed by cod risotto and a...More
Well presented and cooked 3 course lunch time menu in traditional French fashion. The pate was excellent and the food cooked to perfection. Criticism, perhaps the wine list could be more extensive
Reading some of the negative reviews makes me wonder if we were at the same place or are these people who are never happy? We had called at the town on our way from a long weekend in Chablis and our eating out had been...More