Went with high hopes. Menu had the typical French choices, so started off well. Unfortunately, of the four meals in our party, three were noticeably over cooked. Small portions also.
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We went for lunch and were pleasantly surprised by the menu and warm welcome we received. Off season, we had one of the last tables available! The food was delicious...quiche, salade Nicoise, delicious bread...we enjoyed the rose and saw may other yummy dishes pass by...More
Many seafood dishes, not as many meat dishes. Good beef stew, the only item I order there. Not a favorite because of menu limitations. Their French Onion soup is supurb.
We enjoyed another intimate dinner at our of favorite local family-owned restaurants Cafe Normandie. If you are in the area this summer, check out their specials and wine dinners. I enjoyed a wonderful sabayon lobster special that was so flavorful, but did not overwhelm the...More
We had a superb dinner at Cafe Normandie on a Saturday evening. Living in Montreal and traveling to Europe we could appreciate the high quality and exquisite taste really reasonably priced for this level of cuisine. Bravo ! Excellent service as well
I am so in love with Cafe Normandie's food!!! OMG The lamb chops are heavenly with the most amazing mint sauce and veggies to go with it!!! I'm so impressed, this has become a place for me (and you) to return over and over. Family...More
Quaint, casual and authentic - just some of the ways you can describe Cafe Normandie. We have have visited multiple times and always have an AMAZING meal. From their coq a vin to lamb to seafood - we've never had a less than perfect, authentic...More
I took three friends to lunch recently. It was our first time trying Cafe Normandie and were very pleased. The place has a great feel to it with a nice ambience. The service and food were very good. We all agreed that we enjoyed our...More
there were 4 of us and we had a decent dinner but nothing to rave about. the Duck Al Orange was crispy but the orange was almost non existent. It was in a small dish on the plate that was used for dipping. the decor...More