If you are able to find this restaurant, you will have a lovely dinner. Though the wait staff is extremely friendly and helpful and they move about the small dining room (13 tables) like rabbits, service here 'is certainly not hurried.' Perhaps it's a new restaurant and the drill is not quite down yet. But really, we are on vacation and time is mostly irrelevant, so what do we care. Our waiter could not have been more polite and attentive, but apologies were his most common communications to us.
Le Mille Feuille (also Le Millefeuille) prides itself on using the freshest ingredients and preparing every dish it serves in its own kitchen. And that is all obvious in the taste of every one of the six different food items my wife and I ordered. Wonderful ingredients, great flavor, excellent preparation, and attractive presentation were seen in every dish--from our fois gras and cassoulet starters to our steak and fish/risotto/eggplant mains to our millefeuille and peach cobbler desserts. But for each course, petiteness reigned supreme. When I pay € 43 per meal, I don't expect a 6 oz piece of fish on 1/3 cup of puréed eggplant and 1/2 cup of risotto. We've been in France a month, and this is our fifth visit to this country, so we are modestly familiar with both French meals and portion. Even a slender Frenchman would find these portions 'modest,' and as a tres grand American, I found them just plain skimpy--and that is the first time I have thought this in all my visits to France. So, if you go here for what is an excellent dinner, have a snack before.
But it is a grand place to eat well prepared food with meticulous attention to ingredients.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.