Serves great French brasserie classics plus some local specialities like ravioles and frog legs. Good eaters will enjoy the big portions. Terrace is pleasant and often packed whereas waiters are friendly.
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Family of four ate early for dinner. Meals were pretty good and service was very good. €105 for four main courses and a small (€13) carafe of wine was plenty so the only downside would be VFM.
My wife and I had the menu of the day. The starter came with some extra side salad, and the main course was some 'Italian' inspired salad. For both dishes the salad was not washed or properly rinsed, so we experienced the unpleased feeling of...More
The dishes "a la carte" were very expensive, but we discided to take the menu of the day. Starter was some grilled eggplant with a ratatouille of tomato and some cheese on top. With salad aside. Nothing wow in the flaver and I mentioned to...More
You can wander all over France looking for the arch-typical bistro and they're out there.....in good locations, a pleasant square, diverse menu, moderate prices, good wine list and good service....Le Bistro des Clercs has all these and more.......a wonderful ambience on a warm summers evening...More
This is a typical brasserie with art deco style in the interior and a terrasse for the summer. Service is friendly and efficient and you can order in English. However, I departed from the original brasserie specialties with a raw tuna salad for the entrée,...More
We ate outside and very pleasant it was too. Linen cloths and napkins, sparkling glasses and cutlery were an excellent start. I think the restaurant is part of the Chabran group, so you can expect a certain level of service and food. The service was...More
-Location: 4/5 (close to the city center, but very noisy) -Menu: 4/5 (well prepared and presented dishes) -Service: 3/5 (friendly and nice, but too slow) -Price quality: 4/5 (good price quality ratio) I ordered a menu du jour (€24). I had a tart with cheese...More