French provincial food at its best! We love this restaurant and Thierry is a wonderful host. The service 10/10, ambience 10/10, quality of food 10/10.
1 - 10 of 209 reviews
Went back to Le Bressan because we had lunch there some years ago and really enjoyed it. Opted for the three course set menu for $35 which was very good value. Chose the sweet potato soup but should have been more adventurous and chosen the...More
Stopped for a Sunday lunch and selected the two course option for $30. Very good food and great service in a great atmosphere. It's obvious the owner loves doing this and we would not hesitate to recommend this place.
The staff are extremely helpful and the food is to die for. The service is prompt and it doesn't matter how big your group is, the service is impeccable. There is the opportunity to either sit in or out. great place to visit.
Took my husband to Le Relais Bressan for his birthday last Monday. We were very pleased with the quality and quantity of the food there. The Sweet Potato soup was delightful as was the fish and crème brulee! Can't wait to go again to try...More
A pair of French Cuisine virgins, we absolutely loved our dining experience! We had all 3 courses and everything was perfection. Meals came out looking very simple but the taste was spatacular! Such simplicity with a bang! The lamb belly and duck were our absolute...More
My wife and I booked this place for lunch. Our host, Thierry, was charming and attentive. The food was fantastic. Try the Escargot for an entrée. Delicious!! My steak was perfectly cooked and could be cut with a spoon! The venison pie was too rich...More
Dinner for two, Saturday night with an early reservation. Greeted by the host, Thierry, very friendly restaurateur from Burgundy. We chose from the a la carte menu, there is a set menu as well. Not extensive, but good authentic cuisine Francais. The wine list is...More
With a charming host, beautiful food, and a delightful environment, this lovely restaurant is a must for anyone visiting the area and should be a regular for locals.