Wonderfull place, excellent meals, perfect service, outstanding choce of wines, perfect: We all lked it.
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Everything about this restaurant is excellent. THe warm welcome, the terrace, professional service and the food. We had the menu du Marche and could not fault it. WE will definitely be back.
First of all the reception and the service is very professional in a 1900 setting. The Menu had quiet a small choice, but everything had a very tempting name. We had for lunch the first menu, Foie gras of a nice texture and taste with...More
This place is very rare high quality French restaurant. The chefs have real talent and passion for cooking that you can even feel in the air, and nothing imitation like other places. The decoration, service, table setting and plate selection are not extravagant and correct....More
With an amazing service and even better food, I warmly recommend Le Refuge des Gourmets! The Michelin star is well deserved!
The newly awarded one-star Michelin restaurant deserves its status. High quality traditional French recipes revisited by sophisticated Chefs. Fresh mountain and countryside herbal flavor applied to well prepared meat and fish. We have tried the Surprise Menu which is well balanced between earth and sea/water....More
When you go for the first time, a good sense of direction, or a GPS, is advisable, but your hunt will be well rewarded at the Refuge des Gourmets, where an engaging wait staff will serve you a classical, yet inventive, French cuisine integrating locally...More
I visited this restaurant together with a group of friends on a Friday evening. I did not like the setting or ambiance at first (it looked a bit too old for my taste) but the service and food compensated plenty. We had the truffle menu...More
We went to this restaurant to celebrate an important anniversary and were looking forward to something really special based on a recommendation. Sadly we were very disappointed. The food was overly complicated and the flavours muddled. In an attempt to be creative and "gourmand" it...More