In the center of the cathedral crowd, we sat down outside never to be acknowledged. After 15", we moved on to Le Fleur Sol by the Covered Market and were welcomed with the true Colmar spirit.
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This is a cute restaurant and my husband liked his roesti casserole, but my chicken cordon bleu was over cooked and tough - really terrible. I saw another one served to someone else and it looked equally bad.
we popped in for a quick lunch and the service was prompt and efficient. As this was our first time in Colmar we were advised to try the Tarte Flambe which were great and about the right size for lunch. I am sure that in...More
We waited too late on our first night here to look for a restaurant. Our mistake and we paid for it. Waiter was the first rude waiter we have experienced here in Europe. Intentionally misinterpreted what my husband was requesting. Every dish we had was...More
Lunch midday as friends. We ordered French onion soup, salad , and cordon bleu. The soup was good, but nothing special. It was the best part of the meal. The salad was brown and wilted, the chicken cordon bleu was dry and lacking flavor. The...More
My boyfriend and I came here 3/3 nights in Colmar. It was super close to our airbnb and the Tarte Flambee was excellent. So good that I've tried to find local places here in NYC that have them. The other meals my boyfriend got were...More
There was a great atmosphere to the Restaurant to sit outside and enjoy great flammkuechen. The onion soup was also delicious. The restaurant was quite busy and required a half hour wait on a sunday at 1 p.m.
Nice setting (essentially on a feeder canal along the Grand Rue), excellent for people watching. Service was fine for a busy place I the tourist area. But the beer selection seemed surprisingly limited for a stube, and the roestis were dreadful. We had been spoiled...More