Small bustling restaurant featuring Savoyard food, wine & beer located right on the Grand Place. Fairly authentic food, reasonable prices, busy even in mid-week
Four meals, one average, a carbonnade. Three very poor, all salads. Plated quite theatrically, there is certainly a lot of it. But, every item was of the poorest quality. That runs from the salad leaves to the cheese, prawns and meats. The beer was good though.
We ate here as a group of friends on a busy Friday night. We were warmly welcomed and quickly shown to a table. The menu was a little confusing and the waitress was not a native French speaker but with the help of the people next to us we worked out that all the portions are big, and having the... More
Located on the Grande Place and right next to the Hotel les 3 Luppars, this was the perfect dinner location after a long day of travel from London. My wife and I sat outside and chose the braserade in which a charcoal brazier is put on the table and you cook your own chicken and beef -- no one to... More
Situated in the Grand Place with good view, we particularly liked the varied children's menu. The friendly staff happy to recommend choices for our vegetarian daughter too.
Love this restaurant & is one of the definate visits when in Arras. For any lover of cheese, its a must! Fondues, raclette amongst other things, great puddings. Very busy & booking essential. Staff friendly.
Come to Arras frequently, and often go here. Good Savoyard style food and some decent wines too. Not too expensive overall. 9/10!
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