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“Excellent Tapas”
Review of Dr. Wine

Dr. Wine
Ranked #19 of 605 Restaurants in Dijon
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $13 - $26
Cuisines: French, Wine Bar
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Good for: Business meetings, Large groups
Dining options: Breakfast, Late Night, Reservations
Description: A new concept in a beautiful mansion in Old Dijon :- A luxury Wine bar with over 300 wines- Quality food served anytime of the day- A shop to find the best appellations from all over our wine regions- A private club dedicated to our members and eventsNouveau concept au coeur d'un Hotel particulier du XVIIIeme dans le Centre Historique de Dijon :- Un bar a vin haut-de-gamme proposant plus de 300 references de vin- Une restauration raffinee de qualite servie a toute heure- Une boutique avec les meilleurs cepages et appellations de nos partenaires vignerons- Un club prive reserve aux membres et animations
Reviewed July 9, 2014

My wife and I went here after seeing reviews and wanting to try something different. We loved the food here and I wish we ate ourselves to being uncomfortable levels as the things we didn't order that were being served, all looked equally delicious. We ordered the sliders, escargot, crispy lamb shoulder, Foie gras wrapped in duck breast, and a trio of spreads. For dessert we got the creme brulee, fruit salad, and tiramisu. With a half bottle of wine the total was 55€.

Service was good and menus in English were helpful but not incredibly necessary because really, it all looked amazing. Think if we ever go back we'll just point at the menu and say "yes please!"

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Thank STaylor82
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Reviewed July 3, 2014

The garden is secluded and not visible from the street, which makes the dining experience very peaceful and pleasant. The small plates were excellent- particularly the crunchy lamb shoulder, followed by the goat cheese tart. My companion enjoyed the fish of the day and a risotto.Had a very lovely rose with it all. A very satisfying evening, with excellent service.

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Thank BobHaberski
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Reviewed June 28, 2014 via mobile

Stayed in Dijon for two nights. Went to Dr Wine the first night and was so impressed we went back the second night. The food was delicious and our waitress gave us some very good advice regarding matching wines to our dishes. If you are going to Dijon don't miss this place

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Reviewed June 17, 2014

From the street, this restaurant doesn't look like much. Go inside and through to the back to their garden. it was windy the day we ate there but in the garden, just lovely. The plat du jour is good value, and was delicious! Our waiter was very courteous and helped us with the English/ French confusion which sometimes occurs with the menu. Their wine list is extensive and superb.

A hint if you need 'the toilette'.. Go up the stairs and enter the door that says wine boutique, then turn left.. A bit strange.

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Thank Rhonda756
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Reviewed June 16, 2014

Had made a note to find this place during our recent stay.
Glad we did.
Amid the hustle and bustle of the market area is this oasis of tranquility.
Something about the layout reminded me of the classic London gentlemen's clubs.
The tented courtyard was occupied mostly by ' ladies who lunch ' - and chain smoked - or by the occasional hot and disorientated tourists (ie, us)
Food was immaculate, service unobtrusive and bilingual and the establishment shares first place with one other Dijon restaurant for being our favourite venue.

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Thank AngloIrishinFrance
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