Provins Restaurants

  • My tasty omelet
    My tasty omelet
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  • Crepe with 4 red fruit jams
    Crepe with 4 red fruit jams
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    La Fleur de Sel: Try the rose flavors

    by rexvaughan Written Feb 14, 2008

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    The main and only small dining room & merchandise
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    This is a homey but attractive little creperie in a lovely little square in the upper town. I don't know what the name means but I think it translates the Flower of Salt. Go figure. We thoroughly enjoyed a light lunch which featured a couple of the gormet rose specialties of the town. They sell a few things like rose jam and other products as well but we passed them by.

    Favorite Dish: I had a nice omelet with cheese, onion and tomato and my wife had a crepe with 4 red fruit jams. She had a glass of kir a la rose which I tasted. Rose flavor is something I think might grow on you but I enjoyed my Abbaye Affligem, a blonde beer, very much. For dessert I tried the dessert crepe with rose jam and found it very tasty with some coffee.

    Total cost of the two lunches with drinks: E 30.90

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    Crêperie "Chez Mamie": Lovely, but...

    by Martinewezel Written Jul 14, 2007

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    Provins

    This restauarant was definitely not a very good idea, however a lovely location on the plaza.
    We ordered salty crêpes with bacon and salad.
    The plates and the cutlery were not clean and the food was a bit slimy. It was just edible. Perhaps the cook had a bad day?
    The service was ok.

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    • Historical Travel

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    DON T REMEMBER: oups !!!

    by lorgnierl Written Jun 6, 2005

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    I m sorry i dont remember the name of this resaturant, but may be the pic will help you
    what i can say that they were very kind, quick to serve us
    it was so pleasant on the place, very good taste and may be a little bit expensive, but quality was there

    good luck !!!!

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    • Family Travel

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    Mamie Gâteaux: Granny's Cakes!

    by ExGuyParis Updated Aug 9, 2003

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    A Rose is a Rose is a Food

    Our favorite stop during a visit to Provins, Mamie Gâteaux is an inexpensive restaurant with wonderful things. On our last visit, a very hot summer day, I had fresh peach juice-- incredibly refreshing and delicious. Here you can sample a provins specialty-- rose-flavored food. Try a crepe with rose icecream, rose syrup, and rose jam. Sublime! You can also purchase rose cakes, spice bread, etc.

    Favorite Dish: I've become a fan of rose-flavored things.

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    Le Petit Ecu: Affordable Fine Food

    by ExGuyParis Updated Aug 3, 2003

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    A Place on the Place

    A four course meal for € 15-- not bad! The Medieval Menu, for example--

    Arboulastre Faite à la Paëlle (Quiche aux Herbes)
    ou Assiette Fraîcheur
    ou Assiette de Charcuterie
    *****
    Porc aux Épices Douches
    ou Blanquette de Volaille Cuminée
    ou Escalope de Saumon, Crème de Courgettes
    *****
    Brie en Habit de Jardin
    *****
    Glace ou Sorbet (2 boules au choix)
    ou Assiette Gourmande
    (Taillis, Ris Engoulé, Tarte au Vin)

    Trou Champenois suppl.3 €

    Favorite Dish: "Brie en Habit de Jardin." Loosely translated, "Brie dressed in things from the garden."

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    Bread, cheese , wine and pancakes...: On the street

    by Dariana Written Nov 13, 2006

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    Home-made fresh bread ( well, you can eat for a week from it ), sweet cidre , can you want more?And all this surounded by knigts and ladys or simple servants.

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    • Budget Travel
    • Festivals

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    AUBERGE DE LA GRANGE: Medieval Fare

    by ExGuyParis Written Aug 3, 2003

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    This restaurant, across from the Grange aux Dimes, is housed in a beautiful building.

    Favorite Dish: A great place for a drink on a hot summer day.

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