Ile-de-France Restaurants



Auberge du Louvetier

Auberge du Louvetier Review

With a roaring fire in winter and an outdoor terrace in summer, this quaint, country-style restaurant with beamed ceilings specializes in the fruits of the sea. Traditional dishes abound, like brioche-enrobed escargot (snails) with Roquefort sauce, plump seafood sausage, a hearty soup au poissons (fish soup), or a heaping seafood platter. Although the style and service may seem a bit retro, there's an undeniable charm to this thoroughly French restaurant.

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  • Closed Mon., no lunch Sat., no dinner Sun.
Updated: 03-17-2014

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