Thanks to location and friendly service and more than you can eat servings ...the owner does a roaring trade ...no great lunch deals for those on a budget.As a vegetarian I find 20 euros with a drink for a dish of semoule and overcooked veggies a bit steep but meat lovers pay hardly more...And restaurants here seem to think it normal not to share savings when serving meatless products...to clients.
Asian wife mixed daughter away from Asia for a while = Sushi craving.For sure it is far from the Sushi bars you would get in Asia, however given the circumstances this Sushi joint in Strasbourg is not bad: Dishes presentation is good, selection is acceptable and the person running the restaurant is very friendly and polite.It is not cheap, and I would have liked our Sushi plate to be made fresh and not taken out of a fridge with denatured a bit the good fishes used: It is not bad, but I prefer to trade time for the preparation against a quicker delivery.I would rate as GOOD the restaurant if it was available in between Average and Very Good, and offer a good sushi fix.
Il y avait divers steaks et hamburgers au sein de la fête. Les filets de Gasconne et d'Aubrac étaient bien cuits et assaisonnés. Frites un peu trop croustillantes (fines et sèches). Les hamburgers ont été la plus grande déception, évidemment fabriqués à partir de rejets hachés d'autres coupes. Quel dommage car les autres plats étaient très bons. Carte des vins succincte et à prix raisonnable aussi.
ensemble d'environ 20 couverts dans un cadre très agréable. une cuisine des viandes parfaitement maîtrisée, un dressage des assiettes qui prépare les papilles, de très bons desserts, une petite carte des vins très bien adaptée aux différents plats et un accueil très souriant. avec peu de monde dans la salle l'ambiance est lumineuse et propice à un dîner en amoureux mais dès que le restaurant se remplit cela devient un peu plus bruyant. une très bonne adresse et avec une réservation par "la fourchette" un rapport qualité/prix parfait.
This restaurant was recommended to us by friends. Overall, it was a very good experience. We ordered from the menu. As starters, we had the trout and the lobster. Both tasted great and fresh. We continued with the scallops and the monkfish. Again both were great. The meal was paired with a fantastic white Chateauneuf du Pape. We ended the meal with an Irish coffee, a white chocolate cake, and two mille-feuilles. Those were really the highlight of our evening. The rest was great too but somehow lacked the "wow" factor you would expect from such a high end restaurant. The staff was friendly and helpful. For four people, our check was $400.
Excellent Italian in a south west suburb (but easy to get to via tram lines A or E) – This is in an industrial area where a warehouse has been converted into a restaurant! Whilst the surrounding area is not worthy of mention, the ambiance in the restaurant, the food and the service are! It is a large restaurant, a bit like the North American style restaurants, (but I don’t think this is a chain!). They have created partitions / sections so as to room sized rooms which makes it quite intimate and it gives an impression of a smaller venue. Well decorated and with good seating. We were there in the evening on a winters day – heating was great and lighting/ambience good, too.The Food – Between three, one had a veggie pizza and 2 of us had a risotto each (one with fish and the other was a cheese one with carrots and other veg within the risotto) – all of the dishes were excellent (I tasted the others!). We got there early on a Friday (6pm), and the sections near us were almost packed within an hour of us getting there…..and there were people queuing when we left, both to get into the restaurant and for take-away’s. They have an extensive menu, good wine list and the portions were generous (doggy bag time! – don’t be ashamed to ask). The bill for 3 (incl aperitif and sorbets for all 3, but no wine with the meal, nor hot drinks / digestifs after) came to just under Euros 80.The service – our waitress was called Magali and it was such a pleasure to have her serve us – nothing was a problem, she had a great sense of humor and mischief and took all our teasing in her stride and gave as good as she got! She was amazing – she helped us choose, provided the friendly relaxed atmosphere and was happy to find out the answers from her boss when she did not know the answer ….examples of questions – “was there any shell fish used in the fish risotto” & specifics around what the English translation was for some of the French words that none of us could translate, etc)….Would I go there again? Most definitely! Try it out for yourself – If good food & great service is what you are after, you will not be disappointed!
I highly recommend their egg, chanterelle and cheese soup as a starter. The subtle touch of warm melted cheese nicely mixes with the poached egg, a lovely accompanying texture for the mellow mushrooms soil aftertaste... Refresh this experience with their Tomato and Burratina main dish.