See the Rick Steves write up on La Soi and you have to let Gabby and Regis cook for you in their small rustic quaint restaurant in Clomar. The restaurant only seats about 20 so we had a small wait for a table but there is really no extra space to wait inside so we asked Regis to look outside for us as we would be window shopping. The restaurant is on one of the quaintest historic old city center streets in Clomar anyway! Regis doesn't speak much English but is eager to help, he gets his wife, Gabby, to come from behind the counter of the open kitchen to deal with the customers that need translation. I had the special prime rib, not exactly like you get in the US but a big piece of beef without any bone cooked to perfection! Gabby suggested a rose wine which was actually champagne. We were just about one of the last tables set for the evening and closed down the restaurant by buying Regis and Gabby a round of champagne. You could tell it was Regis's favorite as he kept our glasses full all evening and enjoying several himself. We met a couple from New Zealand that jointed us for a group toast with Regis and Gabby who appear to have enjoyed them selves as much as we did! We ended the evening the photos and good byes but will never forget that evening in Colmar with Gabby and Regis. It's experiences like this that make traveling worth while and fun!
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