Definitely worth a visit. Restaurant has a great atmosphere and the food was excellent and plentiful. Pricing was sensible, too.
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Without booking we walked in and managed to get a table. Good, no nonsense, well cooked local cuisine-very popular with the locals and their families. By 8.30 pm fully booked-so again probably best to book. Well run with good service, good wine list with a...More
The food was excellent and the service superb. They were very patient with our bumbling French. The dining room is small and cozy, but still elegant. There's an outdoor patio, but it was a bit too chilly to sit outside. We had 3 courses (including...More
The restaurant on Monday eveneing was not full. The service was not really interested when we ordered only the cheaper wines from their list. They have a lot of expensive wines (more than 50 € the bottle), however, the resonable priced ones which every wine...More
A lovely location for al fresco dining. There was an attractive choice of dishes, all of which were beautifully presented. The standard of cooking and ingredients was very high and service was friendly and efficient. Prices were relatively reasonable. We would love to have the...More
I have visited a couple of times now, both times for lunch. Low key, casual spot popular with the local vignerons. Food is very good and the wine list is very fairly priced and full of gems.
Stopped by LeChaudron for lunch during a holiday stay in the region. Charming environment, friendly service and an interesting menu gave us the impression of a well-run, typically French restaurant. We were not disappointed. The dishes were simple, straightforward and well-executed and the service was...More
We've all been to local French restaurants that on the face of them get you excited that you will experience high quality local produce only to be let down by the poor service and fear that your lack of fluency in French it's personally insulting...More
we came to this place with no big expectation and came out with a 32-smile even past the bill (that came 60e/each including two courses and two bottles -one was a Jaboulet croze hermitage 2003-), the food is true to the bone and the service...More