Réserve ta table à La Madeleine de Proust, situé à 33 rue du Marechal Leclerc, 41150 Chaumont-sur-Loire, France, grâce à notre service de réservation convivial. Profite de effective pour réserver une table. Appelez +33254209480 pour réserver une table tout de suite.
Lundi 19:00 - 20:30 | 12:00 - 13:30
Mardi 12:00 - 13:30
Jeudi 12:00 - 13:30 | 19:00 - 20:30
Vendredi 12:00 - 13:30 | 19:00 - 20:30
Samedi 12:00 - 13:30 | 19:00 - 20:30
Dimanche 12:00 - 13:30
Nous visitons La Madeleine de Proust pour le déjeuner depuis plusieurs années maintenant, lors de notre pèlerinage annuel pour assister au Festival des Jardins de Chaumont. Cette année, nous avons été surpris de trouver un nouveau décor et de nouveaux propriétaires. et un tout nouveau menu, d'où une autre critique. Ma femme a commencé avec des coquilles Saint-Jacques parfaitement cuites dans une sauce aux châtaignes. Nous avons tous les deux mangé de la dorade (daurade) servie sur un lit de poireaux. Nous avions un peu peur que ce soit un peu fade, mais c'était absolument délicieux, le poisson cuit à la perfection et les poireaux finement émincés étaient servis dans une belle sauce veloutée. En dessert, ma femme a pris la madeleine autour de l'orange, où les madeleines étaient accompagnées de quartiers d'orange, d'écorces d'orange confites, de crème d'orange et de sorbet à l'orange. Le tout très léger et joliment présenté. J'ai eu la crème brûlée à la vanille. La crème brûlée fait partie de ces desserts qui semblent très simples mais il est facile de se tromper, celui-ci était parfait avec une belle saveur de vanille. C'est dommage que vous puissiez plus acheter des pichets de vin blanc local, mais comme alternative, vous pouvez acheter du bon vin au verre. Le service était légèrement irrégulier mais très chaleureux et sympathique pour être honnête, ils étaient très occupés et refusaient les gens, je ne peux donc que vous suggérer de faire une réservation ou d'arriver tôt ! En résumé, la nourriture est encore meilleure qu’avant et certainement plus imaginative. Nous reviendrons certainement.
We found this place by chance after stumbling around the Loire Valley looking for a decent lunch place, and we were so happy that it fitted the bill. A 3 course lunch for 22€ which is innovative, well done, and substantial, we couldn't fault this place. The lady server was also lovely.
I came here nearly 16 years ago when this was a little creperie and tried again a few years ago. It was February so I was out of luck.The restaurant was pretty booked this summer too so if you want to have lunch or dinner there, stop by when you first get into town and make a reso.MP is not cheap but totally an inventive and attentive experience - not too much butter and sauce which is a nice change after a few days in France!Enjoy!
We just made the 115 pm cut off for a table. So very glad that we did! Two price points for a fix prix menu and we all opted for the lower priced option (it was lunch after all). My brother in law had the chicken liver sald, my wife had the cauliflower soup and I had the endive goat cheese tart. We were all very pleased with our selections! For our mains, my other table mates ate the duck leg and I ate the beef. The duck was tender and succulent. My steak was pretty good.Two of us opted for cheese to end our meal, with my wife taking the lava chocolate cake.We've been traveling around Europe (5 weeks in Italy) and this was my wife's declared favorite meal thus far.Friendly service, affordable wine and meals! Thanks for the rating and great restaurant tip, Tripadvisor!!!
We had an amazing meal for two on the last night of our holiday in Chaumont. We had to book in advance because it's always full and that's hardly a surprise with menus for most tastes and wallets. We had aperitif and 3 fabulous courses with a bottle of wine bottled less than 15 minutes walk away all for €77. The service was excellent and friendly and if you can't or won't speak French they do have an English version. I always think that if the locals eat there it's worth a go....you won't be disappointed!
Four of us had dinner - it's only open 7-8.15 - and it was lovely. We all had the 3 course set menu for €28 per person plus the drinks. The boys had beer and the girls had the cocktail of the day aperitif which was so good we had 2. Despite our pathetic French the very friendly and efficient waitress served us up some delicious food including prawns in whiskey and curry cream sauce (an absolute delight) and a beef fillet dish which melted in the mouth. But the piece de la resistance was the 'assiette de gourmand' - a sampler plate of all the desserts they serve (2€ supplement but worth every cent) which was just gorgeous. Bill was €150 euros for 4, including drinks. Not the cheapest meal we've had but certainly good quality and fab service. Would go back but they're shut on Mondays and Tuesday's so we didn't get the opportunity.
I was surprised at how expensive this restaturant was over $30.00 for lunch for 1 person. I had an appetizer (5 large shrimp in a curry sauce). It was very good but not worth the priceof almost $15.00 I also had a small carafe of local white wine, a coffee and a dessert. Seems a bit much for what it was. The waitress was somewhat friendly but no more than what would be acceptable politeness. I would not recommend this place unless you want to spend a LOT of money, and certainly do not go on your own, as no one really cares whether you are there or not. LOL
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We were seated at a private spot by a window in a lovely room with a piano, stone walls and a wooden barrel ceiling. A charming girl waited on us and was a delight. She wrote down the names of all 6 wines we tasted. They were unusual picks and all perfectly matched with our dinners. The chef served up little surprises... the warm grissini wrapped with Iberian prosciutto came with mascerated popcorn & tapenade. The velouté of asparagus was set off by crumbled almond bits. Great scallops. Great langoustines & white asparagus.