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Le Sans Souci has been serving delicious traditional French cuisine since 1995. Our goal is for our customers to enjoy a delicious French meal without traveling overseas. We pride ourselves in serving great and fresh French dishes.
$25 - $100
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service
Thanks agian for making our meal perfect, the food was delicious, the service was fantastic. The importance of family and love being deeply woven into the quality of food prepared and served by family was truly enjoyable. Special thanks to the sisters who were so...attentive.More
Have read a lot of the reviews that advise the restaurant is "old" or "dated" - to us, it's part of the charm! Reminds me of being in the French Countryside in someone's large dining room. The food is always piping hot and delicious. The...Wait Staff are efficient and most are very friendly. We have been back several times and look forward to our next visit!More
Came for the Happy Hour with my husband. I think the atmosphere is sweet. It's not a big place, but the servers were attentive and friendly. We ordered the Chicken Picatta and the Orange Roughy. Both had great sauces and were tasty. Dessert came on...a cart and we were able to pick what we wanted from various creations.
I like the place.More
the restaurant is in an eclectic, older building with several rooms and a patio. the wait staff is mainly younger and friendly. the weekday crowd was substantial so be prepared to enjoy a leisurely meal as the pace is slow; i suggest at least two...hours for dinner. start the meal with a delicious appetizer: i had pate which was good while my wife had escargo that were the largest and most succulent i have ever tasted. moving on, the soups are excellent: we had onion--piping hot and cheesy, and cream of aspargus--smooth and delicious. for dinner, we enjoyed the lobster thermador and the veal oscar. of the two, the crustacians win out--simply scrumptuous. running out of time we had to pass on dessert but i had my eye on the brule, which the waitress said would take 20 minutes to prepare. all in all, an excellent dining experience.More
We came on a recommendation that this was a lovely brunch spot. We came and we were the first ones in for the day:) we all ordered and I must say it took a very long time to get our food. For being the only...patrons in the building - it took an exceptional long time it took to get food we ordered souffles at the very beginning but that also took a long time after we were finished with brunch. Food was fineMore
Response from lesanssouci25 | Property representative |
Hi we will definitely let Mr.Louis know of your message, even though he is not at the restaurant anymore we still keep touch with him and have him visit the restaurant once in a while. The new chef is Jose Rivera and I can... More
Hi we will definitely let Mr.Louis know of your message, even though he is not at the restaurant anymore we still keep touch with him and have him visit the restaurant once in a while. The new chef is Jose Rivera and I can assure you he is as good as chef Louis so next time you are in town be sure to visit us and we will assure you a great experience. Thanks for sharing your feed back with us.
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