We enjoyed the meal, well prepared and delicately served. The wine was excellent and the service was good. A special thank to the host who served us the best portwine as we were leaving.
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Great spot if you want to eat home food cooked with the heart of chef Adriano a Portuguese cook who welcomes you as if you cane to his own home. Fondue chinoise is a must here with the home made fries Portuguese style. You cannot...More
Casually found this place, looked great for a quick outside lunch. Went for Plat du jour. Although no complaints about the food, it was basic but tasty, the waiter was another story. A typical situation whereby they have a member of staff in the wrong...More
Cozy place in old town. Delicious cheese fondue and a lot of choices. Fondue bourguignonne with meat is also very good with home made chips. Good wine and service. I strongly recommend it.
From the fondue to the Portuguese tiramisu everything was exceptional. We had traditional fondue, mushroom fobdur and various steak items all of which were exceptionally presented and tasted great. Chocolate fondue and tiramisu and ice cream desserts were a delicious end to the meal. Thank...More
On a cold winter night, we crossed the bridge from our hotel and ended up in Le Boel. The atmosphere and setting is ok, the food was ok ( 3 out of the 4 dishes were good ). But the bottle of red wine (Primitivo)...More
I came often to this restaurant for lunch. Food is tasty, portions are large (thick-cut steak is amazing), wine is good, what more could you ask for ?
I just had a dinner at this restaurant. It is conveniently located in the old town; far enough from the crowd and in a nice and small square. Service was ok. I had a steak that honeslty think is one of the easiset food people...More