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4.5 based on 615 reviews
When visiting Riquewihr we always look forward to eating at the Sarment d'Or since discovering it about 18 months ago. Last week did not disappoint. The welcome is always courteous and warm and the staff are very attentive. The food is excellent and great value. Wine is available by the glass and the staff are more than happy to make recommendations. I can highly recommend this restaurant. Many thanks to the whole team.
4 based on 370 reviews
We got to town quite late and this restaurant was justacross the the road from where we are staying.
Hospitality was great, the food was ok & the wine they recommended was lovely.
Part of the problem re food was we don't speak French, the menu had intermittent English, so we went for what we understood.
Must say, not that I chose the quiche, but the mouthful I sampled was great with light pastry.
I had the Alsace equivalent of the pizza with a very thin base... tasty but not memorable.
We had a local Pinot Gris... divine.
Worth popping in, though we are looking forward to trying other restaurants in the region.
4 based on 369 reviews
Cook Traditionelle Alsacienne cooking of the Country
Nice regional Alsatian Food - excellent Quality and very enjoyable place. Very friendly associates. Can very much recommend this nice place. Don't miss it
4.5 based on 526 reviews
Above all, Jean-Luc Brendel is passionate about, and loves, cooking. Today rewarded with a one-star rating by the Guide Michelin (R) Jean-Luc has become one of the most influential Chefs of the region. His gastronomic restaurant in Riquewihr "Table du Gourmet" is a fine culinary discovery. Inspired associations of flavours, the subtle presentation of each dish and the sheer refinement of each creation epitomise his gastronomic cuisine that reflects the colours of Alsace.
We went here, as we have been visiting this place several times before and food and service have been excellent.
We ordered the big menu and followed by the suggested wine menu.
Amuses and food was very creative and tasted fantastic, but unfortunately the serving went totally wrong, here some examples:
They do not have soda water only juices and as we don't want to serve alcohol for our 15 year old daughter, so she have to drink sparkling water all evening
The wine waiter talked to us in child language and in general talked down to us
There was a lot of wine flies in the restaurant which went into our glasses, this was "fixed" with that they came with a spoon so we could take the flies out by our self and then they come with a paper cover we could put on top of our glasses - IN A MICHELIN STAR RESTAURANT????
In general we are disappointed, not about the food, but the remaining set-up and for sure, no place else than France they will get a Michelin star, if they still have it
4.5 based on 256 reviews
Loved this restaurant! We went here on our final night in kaserberg and the food was excellent! We really loved the selection and it's typically French feel! The duck was sublime! Worth knowing you need a reservation for here or even if there are tables you will not be able to eat here - we saw three groups being turned away even though there were available tables!
4 based on 179 reviews
Our concierge made our luncheon reservation, which was a terrific idea.....otherwise there were probably 30 people lining the stairs to the downstairs cave location off a picturesque alley from Rue Charles de Gaulle.....they honored our reservation and tooks us directly in; quite nice in the midst of the annual Christmas Market on a Saturday. We enjoyed our meal with very a very reasonably priced wine list. The Riquewihrienne (Charcoute Green) was excellent....made from partially cured thin cabbage rather than fully cured sauerkraut, and the sausages, pork belly and ham were all tasty....nice escargot, and the cordon blue with mushroom cream sauce also was tasty. Very nice and efficient staff despite the high demand on this relatively small place for lunch. Nice “cave” atmoshpere, complete with the traditional hanging sign of a cross-bowman outside.
4 based on 555 reviews
Ideally situated close to the Main Street
Called in for a coffee and sadly was disappointed
Did not like the coffee very bitter and the staff seemed quite disinterested in us
May just have been an off day
4.5 based on 174 reviews
From outside, this auberge looks quite standard. Step inside and let this family run business exceed your expectations. Everything is freshly prepared and Marie-Pierre delights in describing the dishes on offer. While you wait, take some time to explore the treasure trove of historic menus displayed on the walls. The food is expertly prepared and they will also guide you towards an optimum wine selection, based on your tasting preferences rather than prices. A thoroughly enjoyable evening
4.5 based on 929 reviews
We definately had one of our better dinner experiences at Grappe d'Or. The athmosphere it cozy and the walls are filled with old wine attributes. On top of this the dinner was superb. This restaurant does not offer the normal heavy Alsacian food but more delicate dishes with an Alsacian touch. I had a warm Munster cheese with a very tasty salad as a starter. As main dish we had the Monkfish with tomato sauce. We were skeptical about the tomato sauce but it was really well cooked and was a perfect match with the fish. When it comes to the wines they offer good Alsacian wines at very descent prices. Some other guests complain about the service level but the ladies who took care of us were very alert and service minded. We will most definately go back!
4 based on 244 reviews
I've eaten at many of the restaurants in Riquewihr, and I think this one is definitely the best. I've never had a more delicious onion tarte than the one they serve here.
Whilst having read that this restaurant was quaint, cosy, homely and friendly serving decent food, and having a fair rating, I decided to book online and also phoned in to confirm.
Upon arrival, my booking had disappeared for some reason but a gentleman who seemed to be the owner managed to find us a table in an otherwise almost empty restaurant.
I haven't the faintest idea what happened to my reservation but this didn't start the meal off well.
Local dishes were tasty and fresh, whilst being a little bland in my opinion but this is only the second time I have tasted Alsacian food.
Home made blueberry and homemade apple pies were delicious and coffee was standard
Bill was fair.
Didn't appreciate being shortchanged.
In short, despite all it's quaintness and homely feel, honestly I think that the time may have come to renovate the place.
Food was good, but wow factor was missing.
Dessert was very tasty.
I think there are better places out there.........
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