Its a nightmare place. Do not recommend its to anybody. The eat are nothing interesting and awful service. If you've not got a reservation before do not lose your time.
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Very expensive for crepes and omelettes, although the food is very good. Very sloe service, we walked out before the service was complete. Staff were Ok, our poor French made it difficult, and tables around us seemed to have quicker service. Maybe it is because...More
We love omelet in America and that was the reason we decided to try this place. They charge around 40 dollars for an omelet that has more butter than 10 croissants! Nothing special at all. Overrated and fattening!
Very good restaurant on first street of the monastery. You do not need to go up steps. The food was very good. The prices are somewhat higher (35 Euro per meal) but you get to have a unique experience.
This hotel is ridiculously expensive for the value The staff at the reception was overwhelmed, unhelpful and not friendly .. we were very disappointed as we expected a better service from this historically famous place. Service at the restaurant was good and staff very polite...More
We were there with friends, five people. The place has a history of food and there are autographs on the walls of famous peoples Margaret Tetcher, Francois Mitterand, Hernest Hemingway, etc. However, the omelettes which make these restaurant famous does not worth so much, as...More
We went there with a group of four and left hungry. We each ordered a three course menu. The soup was cold, the salas was very oily ans the terrine looked like dry dog food. The main course: the mussels were overcooked and fell apart...More
Known for its omelettes, but it is more like a soufflé. You can watch them being made and while they won't reveal their secrets, I can tell you it involves at least a half a cup of butter! It is cooked on an open fire...More