we went there at nine pm, happy to get a table, the restaurant is small but nice and cosy. we got tasty tagliatelle with shrimps. and a superb parfait absinthe :-) we will go there again anytime.
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Food was fresh, the spicy jumbo shrimp was wonderful, the lake fish carpaccio was excellent (and so was the lamb burger). Service friendly and efficient. Right on the lake promenade, you see and hear the ferry boat coming and going. Highly recommended.
Met friends for Sunday brunch at this small establishment at Neuchatel port. Sadly weather meant we could not sit outside which was a pity given inside was well populated with flies! Service was very slow and when the scrambled egg, bacon and sausages did arrive...More
Is my second time at this restaurant. First time was OK. second was really poor. their menu choice is ludicrously small and the meat average. No point in going
We strolled past this packed terrace restaurant on a sunny Saturday evening with the hope of finding 2 places free. A waitress was clearing a table and she asked us politely to wait a couple of minutes to finish and she set the places for...More
friendly and very helpful staff, colourful chairs, relaxed atmosphere, the view of the lake, the food, the atmosphere.
We knew this place before it changed hands, and the refurbishing is a great success - lovely, airy room (and the terrace would have been perfect if it wasn't raining). The menu is interesting and varied, and included fresh lake fish, fish carpaccio, but also...More
Used trip advisor to select this restaurant as their partner restaurant is rated number 2 in the complete list of restaurants in Neuchatel. Quite a small restaurant and menu but the food was superb and the waitress could not have been more helpful or friendly....More
Came across this restaurant on our walk around the lake/marina area. It is a lovely relaxed setting, right on the harbour, Food is basic, moules et frites, Roast beef and frites, Prawns, salads etc... all simple but great. We had Moules et Frites, which were...More