Great regional food enjoyed by all the family. We all had the menu de jour. The staff where excellent!
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My husband and I enjoyed a very nice meal here during our last stay in Nuits St. George. We both ordered the escargots and the beef bourgognon, which was terrific! Very tender and flavorful. The crème brulee was very good too. We hope to return...More
We found this restaurant by chance, at 8 pm. In this area, it seems, people start eating at 7 pm. But, we were welcomed in to what was an authentic restaurant for the area, with an authentic menu. Everything was excellent. Escargot, perfectly cooked and...More
We had a really good lunch here. The food was very good regional cuisine, the staff were attentive to my partners food allergy and despite the other reviews about the service, it was quirky, nothing else wrong with it. The staff obviously have a routine...More
Looking for food on a Sunday night we stumbled upon this quaint little restaurant.Although we spoke very little English and the waitress very little English we went for the chefs suggestion for the day, 3 courses with the main being Coq au Vin for 22euros,and...More
We ate here for a mid-day meal and enjoyed a great plat du jour for only 13 euros. Enjoyed our wines by the glass and also ordered escargot in the shells. We had a chocolate mousse for dessert that topped a great lunch. Simple homemade...More
On a rainy Sunday, looking for a nice little place to eat, we found this one. Very simple but very good food. Service is a bit... strange, but decent. WInes by the glass were excellent.
Not many places open on Sunday evening in Nuits St George. Took two hours for a three course meal. I presume the delay was in the kitchen as the male (?patron) spent most of time talking to the other (female) server rather than progressing meals...More
We visited the restaurant on a Friday evening it wasn't particularly busy but it was full enough for ambiance. The food is adequate but the service is diabolical. We arrived at 9.15 and we ordered water for the table and a glass of beer whist...More