Where to Eat in Le Puy-Notre-Dame: The Best Restaurants and Bars
Discover the best food in Le Puy-Notre-Dame, France including Le Puy a Vins, Hostellerie Saint Jean, La Grange a Dime, Restaurant Les Nobis d'Anjou, L'Auberge des Isles, Auberge Bienvenue, Le Caveau, La Barbacane, Les Cathedrales de la Saulaie, Restaurant Routier Chez Paul
1. Le Puy a Vins
4 based on 122 reviews
Fresh gourmet food and daily menus. Exclusively Loire wines menu (also to take-away). Catering service.
Reviewed By larsl879 - Menton, France
In this beautiful little village right next to the imposing church you find this pretty little restaurant that I believe is run totally by ladies. If you are seated in or ouside doesn't matter, both are very nice. The interior is charming with fun objects. The menu is limited with local produce, ecofriendly and not expensive. So are the wines. We had asparagus gaspacho which had a bit too much coriander, seems to be a favourite spice here. Then veal casserol, well prepared. We tried the bubbly and both read and white, maybe not top wines but fun and interesting. Dessert , a cake, was ok. Toilet was simple but clean. The service personal and fun. It felt maybe not like a rural authentic French restaurant but more like a place you could find in New York or Malmö in 2018. But a good place. Enjoy the visit.
2. Hostellerie Saint Jean
4 based on 212 reviews
Reviewed By Charles H - Burnley, United Kingdom
Super best in town
We always look forward to a visit. The reception by Beatrice and Patrick is excellent. The ambiance and decor is first class and the terrace is lovely. But best of all is the food which is exceptional. We have never had any meal which has not been superb.The price is good as well.Well worth a visit and a detour.
3. La Grange a Dime
4 based on 275 reviews
Reviewed By M0ZGirl - Christchurch, New Zealand
Warm ambience and simple great cuisine
For those who haven't read past reviews it helps to know what to expect from this divine restaurant. It's is one set menu including wine so once you are seated everything just gets served without consultation. It has a distinct family feel and it really does make for an original experience. We loved the food. The trio of mushrooms were fantastic. The pork pate ok and the duck cassoulet very wholesome although not enough meat for my carnivorous husband. Also loved the crime brûlée but most of all we loved the wonderful interior and atmosphere. Highly recommend.
4. Restaurant Les Nobis d'Anjou
4 based on 93 reviews
Restaurant Les Nobis d’Anjou in Montreuil-Bellay near Saumur welcomes you for lunch and dinner from April to the end of September. Thierry and his team offer you a tasty traditional cuisine with seasonal products, served in a warm and friendly setting.
Reviewed By DMC7RED - Glasgow, United Kingdom
We ate here twice during our 2-week holiday in 'Camping Les Nobis'. Good quality food at really good prices! Be best to book a table first as it gets busy!
5. L'Auberge des Isles
4 based on 302 reviews
At the heart of the medieval city, the Auberge des Isles enjoys an exceptional historic and bucolic frame at the crossroads of Anjou, Poitou and Touraine. The fifteenth century renovated house, opens its doors from April to October for convivial moments w
Reviewed By Billybigpotatoes - New Forest National Park Hampshire, United Kingdom
No time for families
They don’t do kids. We got refused entry. It’s a real shame because I understand from friends who ate there that the food was excellent.Hello Billybigpotatoes,Thank you for your feedback.We do kids : a dedicated menu below 10 euros, special chair, drawings and pencils available. Our decision was based on the fact that the restaurant was fully-booked. We understand that a half empty terracce give the impression that there is still availability but you surely understand that we need to seat customers with reservations in priority.We hope to see you around next year,All the best,L'Auberge des Isles
6. Auberge Bienvenue
4 based on 249 reviews
Reviewed By ulysses4 - Westfield, Massachusetts
May Day isa very popular holiday in France and one in which most restaurants are shut down and the ones that are open are packed. With the help of La Fourchette and our Michelin Road Atlas, we estimated where we would be in transit and booked a table at this very congenial hotel-restaurant. In the U.S.A. I usually avoid hotel restaurants unless the city is under siege. In France, they can be very fine choices patronized by even more locals than transients.The Bienvenue certainly is welcoming, a charming and serious culinary way station on the outskirts of a small historical town. It has been our experience that Logis Hotels, independent and usually characterful, are often a place with a decent kitchen and a favorable relationship with their town or region. This restaurant, however, has a very serious and talented chef and a dedicated wait staff. The restaurant was packed on the holiday and deservedly so. The cooking, plating, wine list and overall service confirm that this is a venue with genuine excellence. We chose fish dishes, which were superb. It was quite clear that plenty of beef was also going to neighboring tables and bringing much satisfaction to other diners.For the level of sophistication, gracious service and attractive ambiance, the prices were very fair. We chose the restaurant because it suited our travel plans. Now that we know how good it is, we would consider it a culinary destination as well. While we did not thoroughly appraise the attached three star hotel, it would make a very good stopover while visiting nearby chateaux and vineyards.
7. Le Caveau
4 based on 469 reviews
Reviewed By ChrisH407 - Manchester, United Kingdom
Came across Le Caveau after visiting the nearby Mystère des Faluns (worth a visit!). Their formula is simple - a menu based around a local speciality. If you're looking for a choice, go somewhere else. If you like good, simple food cooked very well and beautiful specialty bread prepared in the restaurant then enjoy ! Lovely, friendly staff and very good value for money. A nice experience and something regional and different.
8. La Barbacane
4 based on 273 reviews
Reviewed By Martin O - Bedford, United Kingdom
Montreuil Bellay Special
Sat opposite the Chateaux this little Bistro is a delight. Ate there twice inthe last week and can't fault it. Local and substantial food which is perfect in the sun. The terrace is just lovely and the staff engage perfectly. Steaks fish and pizza's are all well prepared and if you sit inside you can see how the kitchen functions. fine diing but most acceptable
9. Les Cathedrales de la Saulaie
4 based on 349 reviews
Reviewed By Jim R - Horley, United Kingdom
Les Cathédrales de la Saulaie is actually a "Troglodyte restaurant " Completely underground in a cathederal sized cave carved out hundreds of years ago to use the rock for building. Neither cold nor damp but very comfortable it provides an unusaul setting for lunch with a great ambience.The food is traditional local fare and just one menu.Stuffed mushrooms (With Flatbreads) , Rillettes and farm salt butter (With Flatbreads),Grillade de Carrier ( belly pork, black pudding and Duck) served with haricots in a great sauce and salad, and you've guessed and Flatbreads, then cheese followed by Choux pastry puffs sttuffed with cream.,coffee included and Red wine in great quantity if you wish. The little flatbreads are a local speciality cooked in a wood oven in the restaurant. They constantly arrive at your table 30 seconds after leaving the oven and are delicious. At 28.00 euros a head all in, including a local aperatif) it is good value and a unique experienceWell worth a visit and in the heart of a good wine region so why are you not already on your way!!!
10. Restaurant Routier Chez Paul
4 based on 64 reviews
Reviewed By DebraKB - Argenton-les-Vallees, France
Excellent value lunch
Four of us stopped here for a lunch formule recently. It is a Euro Routiers recommended restaurant and was very full with workmen. We were seated straight away. The daily formule was €12 each, which included a carafe of wine - well we had two, as two of us wnated rose and two wnated red, so excellent value. We each had a beer to start at €2.60 each, and the total bill came to €58.40 for the four of us. The starter was a help-yourself buffet - all fresh and beautifully presented, and all our main courses were very good and freshly cooked..