One of the oldest and still very nice traditional french food in an old world setting which was nice and classy. Not at all expensive for the fine food and wine they serve.
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Really nice old world ambience inside with lively table settings in reputedly one of the oldest hostelleries in France. Good wine selection and very correct prices and good fixed menu options. The food was traditional french fine cuisine cooked nicely and well presented.
It seems to be the oldest French restaurant - open since 1270 :-) Ancient building, richly decorated interior, excellent service. Not too expensive for such a special restaurant - the cheapest menu only costs 19 euros per person! The cuisine could be more interesting though...More
If you want fine French cuisine, in historic, surroundings this is the restaurant for you. Fine quality food, a vast wine menu, very romantic enjoyable evening for us, whilst a young family was in the restaurant I would suggest this is more suited to couples...More
We were treated very nicely, but the food was quite mediocre. We had hoped for something a bit higher class given the history of the building, but the food didn't match the history.
I had already had dinner at La Croix d'Or and was looking forward to another meal there. Unfortunately the lunch we had there was terrible. Tasteless dishes, everything seemed to have been frozen and just out of the microwave. There are many other places in...More
As others have written here, the Hostellerie de la Croix d'Or is an ancient monument having been in business in one form or another for centuries. The food and service, however, are completely up to date. While not a temple of haute cuisine, they produce...More
To have lunch at the oldest hostellerie of France! That is quite an experience. Although it was really hot and the terrace of Hostellerie de la Croix d'Or was appealling, we couldn't resist to sit inside this 13th century house. Everything in this place breaths...More
This restaurant provides a gastronomic experience in the traditional style. You have to be prepared to linger over your meal and to savour the various courses. I went on a Sunday and the restaurant was filled with French families and friends. There are various combinations...More