just love this place, we have been going for a very long time and never get tired of it. The food and service is out standing.
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I live 2 km away from the Chou and it always amazes me to think they can serve a sublime cuisine like that in the medium range price. It is a "Bring your own wine" so you can have a feast with wine for an...More
This is probably what most people think of when they think classy restaurant, dimmed lights, red tablecloths, quiet, restrained and comfortable. First, the food, it's what you'd expect out of it, good, subtle tastes, a little texture play and just filling enough without making you...More
I tried their "gastronomy" menu(6 course meal), I was impressed by every course fresh ingredients and the presentation was stellar. the dessert was nothing extraordinary but to be honest I was so full at that point that it really didnt matter. The service was good,...More
Visited this restaurant on October15 a Sunday night. My two family friends ordered Mussels Provencal. The mussels were small and dry as though they were a week old. They were not plump and juicy as fresh mussels should be. Furthermore when shown the poor quality...More
the menue is not to big but there is something for everyone. you must not be in a hurry as the service is sometimes a little slow
The food was excellent, well served and nicely presented. Only issue I had was the size of the dining room for the number of people...it was a bit tight.
I wish I could transport this restaurant to my hometown. Their French/Belgian table d'hote is delicious -- and affordable. And then they let you bring your own wine without a corkage fee. What more could you want? The snails on puff pastry were particularly good,...More