Really nice unusual venue with lots of ambience and good service. We had a good meal of the usual European fare. A friend and I shared the raclette which was enormous.
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We used to eat here on a regular basis. The restaurant was known for being lively, good food and open late. We arrived in mid July and it was empty. We were sat down and she gave us the menu - this is the same...More
Serves a large variety of food, including several vegetarian options like vegetarian Tartiflette (a local dish normally with pork) with mushrooms instead of the pork. All food is consistently good, but not fancy. Nice pizza in a wood fired oven as well, and good garlic...More
My husband visited this restaurant many times before and was really excited to go back there. Once you have climbed over the dog in the doorway, you will find the restaurant to have a very jolly atmosphere. Most other visitors were British. I ordered a...More
It's sad that Le Caveau has become a restaurant to avoid. The place is unique and very romantic. The food is just not good with very poor ingredients with very high prices. Same goes for their pizzas that are no longer good and often burned.
We enjoyed our recent visit but the food was let down by the service. We ordered one starter, nachos to share on our table. A few minutes later the nachos came and were delivered to the table next to us. They had also orders these...More
saw in passing, nice set up felt like we were in a cave service good and food was nice especially pizza. there was a dog there that was very cute also! i would defiantly come back