Visited at lunchtime. Enjoyed a cheeseboard and a bottle of local red in the sun. Restaurant is situated quite high in the village so had good views too.
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That was a very nice surprise! Looking for a stopover on our way to st Emilion, excellent beef welling for my husband, I had the calmar and tuna, exquisite balance of flavours. Very light and fresh, overall we were really happy with our meal for...More
Wanted a coffee towards the later part of lunch service, plenty of tables available but was told a glass of wine was the minimum. Turning away paying customers for what appeared to be a casual place with plenty of space outside is a no no...More
The restaurant is a little bit away from the crowded areas and has a beautiful view from the terrace. Food was very good and reasonably priced. Service was good and friendly, although slightly pushing to order more than we wanted. A kids menu would be...More
Nothing to write home about, really. Wasn't good, wasn't bad, just ok. So-so homemade food: a bit too salty, a bit too greasy, not much flavor.
Not a lot of eating places open in Saint-Emillion in early January. We saw L'Antre and thought we would eat there, but wanted to check out what else there was in the upper town. We decided to walk back to L'Antre based on its location...More
There were precious few open lunch spots on January 3rd but we decided we liked the look of the menu on offer so we stopped in and were pleasantly surprised. The restaurant is housed in a (wine) cave ("L'Antre" and "l'entre" a play on the...More