Enjoyed the casual and rustic ambience along with the great food and plenty of it . Reserve a table near the fireplace .
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Nice location and special interior. Let's start with the positive... friendly service. And then there's the food. Starters were smoked salmon which was hard on the ends and pastry with porc and foie gras but the foie gras was hard to find. And we payed...More
Just like last year we are for a weekend in Gerardmer and we went for dinner to the Assiette. Service was really poor, we had to wait an eternity for our apéritif and got then some beer that was already gone off according to the...More
We stayed at The Grand Hotel and Spa, so this was convenient. We had a nice meal, food was very good. Service a little slow, however we were not in a hurry so not really an issue. It was a Tuesday evening and we were...More
Set in the middle of this pretty town, with easy parking in front on the street and also out back in the hotel car park. Food was barely average, and was such that we will definitely not rush back. My gazpacho starter was just passable,...More
We had had a long day of hiking when we sat down here, and we were not disappointed. The service was very good and the food was excellent. The atmosphere of the restaurant was very nice too, with its somewhat old fashioned furnishing. The dishes...More
We went there as part of the stay in the Grand hotel. Unfortunately, the staff did not handle the full restaurant well. One dinner was forgotten, when it the arrived it was cold. Overall not a good service, and the food was only ok, but...More
we made a bike trip during this nice week-end and found this nice Restaurant on our way (Michelin's guide). we were not really dressed for this place, but the Team was very freindly and welcoming with us. we had their "munster salat" and the "burger...More
Wow, a superb place. Great food and professional service. Definitely a place to try when visiting Gerardmer. The atmosphere and decoration makes you feeling that you are in a middle of a forest, a kind of mountain auberge.