Tries hard to be gourmet, but the quality disappoints... Service is good though. Ah, and I should not forget to point out that 9.5€ for a glass of wine is a rip-off...
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Food here was very nice, if a little pretentious on the dessert front. Portions are not massive, especially the foie gras. But it was well presented and tasty. Unfortunately the staff rather blighted the experience and we wondered whether there was some sort of 'domestic'...More
Interesting menu which is changed regularly. When we have friends from England they request to eat au Coq Rouge.
From the first hello, it was not going to work out. The woman (I believe she must have been the owner) was explaining a dish and we couldn't quite understand. So my mother asked again, and she actually said, quite rudely "you need to listen...More
Unsmiling service, and not quick. Rather pretentious. "We don't do pommes frites at the Coq Rouge." Finally negotiated a pommes de terre gratinee, which was good but miniscule. My rognons were good but the partner's trout had been dead a long time, and served with...More
One of my favorite restaurants to go for lunch. Quick service and great menu. Hard time every time to decide between the lamb or beef. Could do a bit more effort with the accomplishment, sometimes its pasta or mash, for such quality food you should...More
The restaurant is pretty small and usually full. I would advice making reservations. While the food is good, the service is very slow and you should be prepared to spend the evening there.