Decor is beautiful but with those kind of prices you know that you are paying for it big time! Food selection is limited.
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I was fortunate to have two dinners at this location. One with a friend and the other with a large group and both times the food exceeded our expectations! We worked with Chantal for the group and they delivered an unbelievable meal that had everyone...More
We have driven past this restaurant many times and had been wanting to try it for a long time, but many times found it closed. The inside is rustic and quite nice, but it was hard to to figure the theme as the place settings...More
Our party at La Grange was a bit of a last minute throw-together but Chantal and her staff were able to accommodate our group of 10 with panache. Fabulous menu (enough diversity to appeal to all palates) and even more fabulous recipes! When I made...More
Saturday night was the perfect night for an anniversary dinner. The restaurant was full but due to staffing problems and a sudden reservation for a party of 30, the service was very slow. However, when the food did arrive it was quite good. The escargot...More
The place looked attractive but the food was not... The table d'hote was not at my expectation... the choice were not good. The service was very slow...
La Grange is a beautiful restaurant with an antique rustic charm. The menu is small and concrete which is a good thing when you expect an amazing meal. All food ordered was tasty, original and absolutely delicious. Meal presentation there is top notch. The only...More
Nice ambience, great service, nice by the glass wine selection paired well with menu. We were three and all ordered burgers c/w fries, the fries at first taste we all agreed were salty very salty. Two of us ordered the angus beef burger and one...More
A few years ago we went to La Grange for dinner and it was a total fiasco. We were told that Chantal and Tony from St Sauveur had taken over and based on previous experience in St Adele and St Sauveur, we decided to go...More