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4 based on 492 reviews
As a real French "Brasserie" we are something in between a restaurant and a bar. A good selection of local and original dishes, not too long but always good, lots of beers and intersting wines, mostly from Aosta Valley. Small place (it's always a good ide
Seated in the rear that is decorated like a cave, the menu is explained in great detail to ensure the correct choice by the very kind waitress; I ordered the wild boar with polenta which was lovely, combined with a recommended Shiraz.For desert a cheesecake with a white grape desert wine.When we departed the owner greeted and remembered our visit from the previous year; this made us feel very welcome indeed.We will be back
4 based on 288 reviews
Situated in a carefully and well renovated house at the village centre lies this surprisingly lovely restaurant. The staff is warm and friendly. The cuisine is traditional and with plenty of locally made food. The cold cut salami and cheese platter is not measured in small/large but instead in centimeters length of the platter. Some positive surprises was beef tongue in combination with vitello tonnato. When in Champoluc, do not miss this restaurant.
4 based on 312 reviews
I spent many lunchtimes here as loved the fact it was full of Italians. The staff were great, the food delicious with a lot of gluten free. The beer and Prosecco fab.
4 based on 227 reviews
Our cozy restaurant is the ideal place to taste local and asian food, due to the mixed culture family who is running it. We offer lunch and dinner as well as break-fast, brunch, italian aperitivo and great merende for after-ski!We have wi-fi and nice choi
âSome breakneck combinations to be in ItalyâA little quirky Asian - Italian combinations of food along with Italian staples.Everything was well not quite brilliant.But sometimes you have to say thank you for trying.The owner handle and serving wine recommendations brilliantly.The bill is not deterrent.
4 based on 165 reviews
Strolling around on a lazy Sunday we decided to enter this small and cozy restaurant near the Saint Vincent Casino. From the outside it looks modern, but in the inside, with all wooden tables, furniture and details, it has a warmer atmosphere. Food was delicious and well displayed. They offer a very traditional menu, with lots of typical Valdostani dishes. Price is quite reasonable but we did not drank any wine so. Staff is very polite and charming although they do not speak English (maybe more French) but we managed to have a pleasant lunch! Recommended!
4 based on 643 reviews
Nice looking restaurant with good menu. However I found the food pretty poor for Italy. It takes something to serve up indifferent, reheated pasta, which was distinctly cold in patches, and served on cold plates. Similarly, my main course faggotina was not hot either, and it all therefore tasted rather stodgy. Maybe I was just unlucky given other reviews, but I expected hotter, fresher food than I got.
4 based on 1100 reviews
On the main street in Saint Vincent, an easy reach wherever you stay in this small town. Excellent service from when we stepped in, got a nice table. The restaurant is cozy, in a perhaps semi-modern way. We sat down, enjoyed it, and dtarted selecting our dinners. For my starter I went gor a selection of local cheeses, with honey, syrup and two chutneys. Very good. Main: Grilled Wild Boar, excellent! Served with marinated cabbage, which is a brilliant companion to the perfect boar. Wine: a local Fumin, which seems to be the typical Aosta Valley grape. Strong in taste, balanced, not too high tannins, very drinkable and an excellent companion to cheese, as well as wild meat. I was very happy with the meal, the service and actually everything, and based on our experiency I dare recommend Le Petit Bijou as a very good dinner alternative in Saint Vincent.
4 based on 297 reviews
A unique place that lays its foundations in the Roman era Archeological digs in Saint-Vincent have brought to light a big Roman thermal bath, situated under the Church. Since the building is located near a Roman road, it is assumed that it was a âMansioâ.
We spent there two nice evenings with delicious food and good wine in a friendly atmosphere. For us the best restaurant in Saint Vincent. Greetings for sommelier :)
4 based on 219 reviews
From the moment you get the the excellent breads and the 'amuse bouche', which is in fact a whole dish filled with delicacies prepared with a variety of techniques, ranging from tempura to a spherification of tomato, you realise you're in for a good experience. The menu reads very well and you want to try everything, but we were in for a light dinner and we limited ourselves to first/starter and main. Cappelletti pasta with ossobuco had a very good filling and sauce (pasta slightly brittle). Moelleux of asparagus was a refined and flavoursome starter.The mains were great: I've eaten many ducks, but this breast was one of the deepest tasting and best cooked I've tried this year. The accompanying meatball would also have been perfect except for a bit of overcooking which reduced moistness. The artichokes going with it however were ideal.And a lamb featured again good and nicely cooked produce, but what elevated this dish were the garnishes, including dates, dried roses and a chickpea puree (described as hummous though I don't think there was any tahini).We skipped desserts, but with our tea excellent petit fours were offered which promise well for the patisserie section... Beside the quality of the produce and the technique, there's a pleasant sense of generosity in this restaurant. The room is warm and impressive and tastefully decorated, in a former granary. Service is competent and polite. Food prices represent quite good value for money considering the quality (and even the quantity, which is higher than average for restaurants of this quality). A place to return to at the next opportunity.
4 based on 948 reviews
We got several recommendations about this restaurant, we tried one evening but they were fully booked what raised our expectations.We ate several dishes of beef in various sauces, all came medium-rare mine was covered by arogola leaves and Parmesan, it was ok but not more, my dearest had the blue cheese sauce but the meat was too under done for her so she returned it to the kitchen, our friend had the red wine sauce and his dearest had the capresa salad and the polenta everything was ok but maybe the expectation was too high because i5 was not more than ok....
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