The chef knows how to cook fish! It was perfectly cooked and very moist. Completely delicious. I'd gladly return!
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We chose a table on the deck as it was a warm evening. There was a gas heater but it didn't need to be turned on that night. The service was friendly and helpful and the staff had both English and French menus and spoke...More
I stopped here hoping for a great meal by the river. This is a very quaint place & has a ton of potential. It was 4;30 pm & there were 3 people in the place including me. After the host seated me on the deck...More
Clearly a favorite among the local populace and visitors to this warm, friendly town, we found the restaurant relatively average. Le Mouton Noir is not a "touristy" restaurant - it is well known for it's gastronomy and takes it's food seriously. The menu, though small,...More
Had dinner here based on a friend's recommendation and it was awful. I basically had bread for dinner. I ordered the salmon and it was so overcooked it was barely pink. it was served over undercooked rice with a few vegetables covered in a tasteless...More
Mouton Noir managed to efficiently serve 4 large tables of people with smiles and excellent food. The wine list including glass options was great. The menu is local and eclectic. The blood sausage salad was a pleasant surprise and although my sweet potato gnocchi was...More
After three visits, we have never been disappointed by the food, choices. service, ambiance and location. Prices are reasonable and staff very friendly.
You can always expect good food, great service and a good time at the Mouton Noir. (Also the best terrace in the summer)
The menu as a previous reviewer mentioned is small; however, everything on it is good if not amazing for some items. The portion sizes are generous and you just can't leave anything on the plate - its that good. We sat on the back patio...More