Don't be fooled into thinking this is an ordinary pizza restaurant. We tried it because it was convenient and were really pleasantly surprised by the food. Absolutely delicious (and no pizza involved).
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One night stay in Dijon found this place through trip advisor near Darcy Tram stop. Best food I've had for a long time. Great atmosphere, good service and exceptional food. Portion size good and price was very reasonable for what you got. I would highly...More
During my stay I visited the restaurant three times. Every time I choose a different plate. Entrecôte was very good salads were generous. Must try the duck which was amazing. Also tried a few nice red wines. Service was very good, although we didn't talk...More
This bustling town centre restaurant, full of locals, serves very tasty food at good prices. The service was quick and attentive. I had one of the nicest pizzas I can remember here.
Gril'Laure is modest and unassuming from the street, easy to miss. The only obvious signage says "Pizzeria". We ended up here by chance, as it was local to our hotel (the excellent Chapeau Rouge). Once inside we discovered a large and energetic restaurant, filled primarily...More
Enjoyed a meal with a large group of business guests and experienced excellent service, meal and banter. All meals and appetisers were excellent and staff offered English menus and waiters. Good wine list and cheese platter. Good value and will come again
We visited the Gril' Laure last year and looked forward to returning. We were not disappointed. The premises were full, mainly local people. The service was excellent. They have an large menu including oven-fired pizzas. As luck would have it we were seated between two...More
Gorgeous food, excellent service - many thanks to our lovely waitress who made such an effort to speak English! A wonderful, cozy restaurant - we had a brilliant time here! (Also, very good value for money, food is of a very high quality!)
...Gril'Laure was a charming and delicious experience. Madame and I have been on the road for nearly three weeks, and while the spirits haven't flagged our appetites are suffering somewhat from culinary attrition. But tonight we took the three-minute walk up the street from our...More
A lot of restaurants are closed Monday nights in Dijon (and most of France). Gril'Laure was open (at 7:00), busy and close to the train station. The food was excellent, well prepared and beautifully presented. Service was fine, as we struggled to understand each other....More