We went expecting good quality local food. We were not disappointed. The servings were certainly equal to the heartiest appetites. We chose a €24 menu plus wines for €10 which we thought to be excellent value.
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The salad consisted of lettuce, tomato and walnuts with a choice of cheese cubes or toasties. The dressing was so acidic you couldn't eat anything it was covering which was most of the salad. Salad is more than lettuce. My father ordered a steak, a...More
Of all the restaurants we ate in during our week in Jura, this would probably rank at the bottom. That's not to say the meal was terrible, but it just didn't appeal to us. We split a salad and then each ordered the Poulet du...More
Harty regional cuisine on the menu and the fondue, the bread and the cold cuts are good. The salad with trout was mediocre and the ham with mushroom sauce merely eatable. Had half a bottle of Chardonnay (J. Tissot) which was nice and half a...More
Not many French restaurants are like this. A real taste of the Jura. Great for a trencherman. Great tasting local food at really good value prices. The portions are generous. Local specialities reign. Do not be afraid to go for a menu with fewer than...More
Restaurant which serves local food almost exclusively. We liked the fondue very much. One of the kids didn't like the food, the other one loved it. They don't have the usual kids menu.
This restaurant seems like the place you would take tour groups. Very heavy food that has a semi-industrial quality. Very nice staff, and it isn't expensive. I looked at the other peoples' ratings, and found it a little disheartening that this mass market place got...More
The menu is extensive. The food is OK although the presentation is pretty poor. Think quite nice chicken or fish drowned in various sauces. Raymond Blanc comes from this neck of the woods and I think he d hang his head in shame if he...More
Went there on a Saturday for lunch. The food is good and local (meaning a bit heavy too). We had the 4 course menu which was really reasonably priced and the 4 glasses of wine combo for 10 euros. Lunch took 3 hours but it...More
It is another Bank Holiday today in France (Monday, May 16), and plenty of people are out and about-including children, dogs, locals, tourists, etc. Several restaurants were full, and La Finette let us share a long table with another two people. People kept streaming in-many...More