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This place was recommended by a work colleague ...
We were in a hurry because of meeting schedule ... and every one made a good effort to to keep the timingl !!!
" The carte " is very attractive : fish, meat and very typical...dishes ....
There is a very large choice of cheeses as this is Burgundy region.
Finally, we really enjoyed our short but nice time in this restaurant !!!!!
They made some modifications outside.... it seems to be a wheel chair access ....More
Visited with my wife and son, who is going to be working in the area for the next few months. Could not believe the vats amount of food served for less than 20 euro. Canapes to start, followed by a local pate from which you...could take what you wanted.Then onto the entrees, good selection, well presented. Reasonable selection of main courses, again well presented and all seeming to be regional specialities. This was followed by a great selection of cheeses and then a choice of dessert. My son chose a selection from the "chariot" and ended up with a generous portion of three different tartes. A great selection of quality coffees and teas ended off a lovely meal. Service was very prompt and attentive and staff helpful, including a delightful little girl aged about 5 or 6 helping out by filling the water jugs etc. Atmosphere was relaxed, not formal and all in all I could highly recommend this place.More
We took our French Friend Yvette to L'Helix on November 30th. The restaurant, a Logis de France , is so typical or the region that it may well be a film set. the 18.50 euro menu is absolutely fine . You get lovely home made...pate du maison followed by excellent choice of entrees and mains, cheese and then pudding. All is good , copious and served with a speed almost unheard of in a French Restaurant. Try the poached eggs in red wine sauce for something unusual and delicious. All the mains apart from the salmon are delicious stews and fricassees served in little casseroles. Wines are very expensive though apart from the pichets which were ,in fact very good. Enjoy the food but mind the steps- Our friend , who is 73 took a real tumble on the way out because the door was so difficult to open she lost her balance.Luckily no serious harm done but that door needs sorting out!More
Date of visit: November 2012
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