This venue is now reopened and is quite popular and less busy and snobby than Les Enfants across the street.
The place is closed, barricaded, kaput. We tried to go there last night, kept checking the address, remembering fondly the great meal we had in that establishment, all to discover to our dismay, that not only was 'La Moulerie' closed but that it's successor was...More
Today we discovered that our wonderful restaurant is no more. The menu is down scaled. All our favourites are missing. Find somewhere else for mussels.
We're sorry to see you go. We loved the mussels! I ate there at least three times, having different meals each time. There were fabulous sauces to provide lots of variety.
This place proves your relatives right when they say they can better at home. Some of the broths are also downright strange tasting despite sounding interesting. It is also extremely expensive for what you get (approx. $25) for a decent quantity of mussels and fries...More
If you like mussels, this is the place to go. Lots of choices of sauces. Fresh, juicy, tender mussels. I recommend you get just the mussels, salad and bread. (Dipping the bread in the sauce is an extraordinary treat.) We ordered the table d'hote and...More
this great little bistro has mussels made in every sauce imaginable.... we are talking delish if you like mussels...this is the place to go