Would not recommend as meat was very dry difficult to eat, fish was just OK. Nothing special at all.
I dined at La Table des Terroirs as part of a group trip (about 6 people) to the Champagne region. Our guide brought us to this cute restaurant for a bite to eat before heading to the next destination and I, along with other group...More
My husband and I dined at this establishment last night, a restaurant which had been recommended by our hosts. When we arrived, there was no one in the restaurant and we were shown the small courtyard out the back. A large group was seated here,...More
Visited the restaurant as part of the champagne tour to Moët et Chandon. Had a Scottish salmon for starter, main course was delicious duck. Clean and very friendly staff. I will recommend
This restaurant has had a name change as in the restaurant guide given out at the Tourist Office it is called La Table des alsace, which caused us a bit of confusion. Staff here don't speak English and there isn't an English menu so we...More
My husband and I had a lovely dinner at La Table Des Terroirs. We ordered from the menu gourmand, and it was delicious. Service was excellent, and the chef even came out to say hello. Our French isn't very good, but we felt welcome and...More
Also known as La Table des Terroirs. This is a typical regional restaurant, as shown by the decor. We all had a Flam, which is kind of a German style pizza. They were really good! The service was friendly and efficient. Only thing was that...More
Excellent quality and very nicely prepared Traditional French food. Sauces were amazing! You won't be disappointed!
We visited the restaurant a Thursday evening in February. Very low season, and sadly we were almost the only customers. The service was very friendly and swift, the atmosphere nice and cosy. We ordered Kir for aperitives. It tasted really weird, maybe they used some...More