Turned us away at 22:30 because we asked if we could drink something. He said no, we'd have to eat. The place was half empty. L'Oliviade was much better. Brilliant food and super service.
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We had a delicious evening meal at the Forge. The fixed prix menu €25 had everything we could want. We had jambon or ravioli starters followed by cuisse de confit canard. All were absolutely lovely with decently priced wine too. The atmosphere in the restaurant...More
Good, honest French food. I had the flambé prawns and tripe cassoulet. My wife had the terrine and the fish. All off the €18 menu with a pichet and a half of local rose wine. Really tasty and good value compared to others in St....More
Close to the main square, menu has a great variety, décor is nice. The very professional and extremely busy wife does excellent work in the kitchen while the ... unusual husband tries to create an atmosphere in the restaurant itself. Half bottle of lovely wine...More
I was really looking forward to eating here but was a little dissapointed. Firstly we were the only ones in the restaurant which is never great however thats not,the restaurants fault. Wine was great value, we had the 25 euro menu, entrees ok, mains a...More
Just outside the circle of St. Remy, we walked past it in the afternoon and it looked so charming we decided to try for dinner. Our first night in France, we were jet-lagged and looking for an early dinner, we were the first ones there...More
This restaurant is just off the main drag but worth seeking out. It is housed in an old forge and is full of character. It offers traditional classic French dishes, beautifully prepared and cooked. Very well priced pichet wines and cheap aperos. The owner is...More
Very nice meal in this small restaurant with good service considering only one waiter/owner. Good menu and reasonable wine list. Limited parking nearby. However well worth visiting.
This place is the last of a dying breed, a typical husband and wife team running a proper family restaurant with home cooking unlike most of the tourist trap type restaurants in St Remy. We've been going here for the past 4 years and always...More