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restaurants in Epernay, Chablis, Nuits St George France

Old Aug 2nd, 2009, 12:07 PM
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restaurants in Epernay, Chablis, Nuits St George France

Hello - wondering if anyone has had some great meals in any of the villages in the Chablis, Champage or Burgundy areaa of France - we are looking for the simple suggestions to grande.....any suggestions would be much appreciated.
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We had an excellent meal just outside of Epernay at Royal Champagne. The hotel/restaurant overlooks the vineyards - quite a view. The food was excellent - not cheap, but excellent.
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In Epernay: La Grillade.Do not let the exterior appearance of the building turn you away. It is very nice inside and the food was delicious.
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Has anyone had a nice meal in Chablis?
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Just returned from our trip last week. We also ate at La Grillade (our hotel, La Villa Eugene recommended it) in Epernay and enjoyed it very much. We walked by it in the afternoon and I was dubious of the decor. Reservations are necessary as it is small and they are not open that late.

In Reims we ate at Au Petit Comptoir for lunch (just walked by at lunch time-we knew nothing about it) and it was heavenly!! I think it was the most expensive meal in the whole three weeks we were away but it was worth every penny! The staff in particular were very helpful in the translations and made us feel very comfortable. This is the meal we will talk about for along time!
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Chablis has a lovely mid price restuarant in the mill that sits over the river in the middle of town.

Nuit St George has two restaurants owned by the same family, both of which are relatively highly priced but not worth it. Going up to Beunne there is another old mill to the south of the town with at least one Michelin star. Pretty good 4 years ago

Reims has a great square called the forum (guess which country named it that...?) which has a wide range of restaurants all the way around. Lots of choicce but a also Brittany fish restaurant to the West down a side street for 200m called "le Petit,,,,,"
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La Grillade - I can't find their menu online....how much is their lunch? Doe they offer pre-fixe as well?
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