Cafe Rouge Reviews
Newest Review: ... - this costs around £12.50 and although is very tasty, I just don't find it is filling enough. For that price, I expect to feel full! There's only one dessert I've had and that's the chocolate fudge cake - it's delicious, this can also be bought in their 'coffee and cake' afternoon deal. The only starter I've ever had is their garlic dough sticks, again very delicious and come with a garlic butter. Me and my husband often order these as a snack between us if we visit for drinks and they cost £5.95 for a sharing portion. Other meals include steaks, baguettes (my husband sometimes has the chicken baguette and fries for £8.95) and lots ... more
Customer Cafe Rouge Reviews (51)
by - written on 20/04/13, updated on 20/04/13 (Very useful, 73 readings)
We've been to Café Rouge many times. There isn't a particular branch we visit, we just visit them sometimes whenever we're on a day out. They are located all over the country in many locations. The reason we visit normally is because I love their Salmon Fishcakes dish and we sometimes have vouchers for 2 for 1 mains or 50% off the total bill. I'd like to review the restaurant in general and things I've noticed in our visits. The Layout Café Rouge restaurants all look similar - they are French in style, very much like I'd expect a Paris café to look like. Their theme is in red and cream - dark wooden tables and seats for the main part. There is an issue ... Read the complete review
by Carl - written on 03/09/12
Very poor service. The food arrived before there were drinks or cutlery on the table! We ordered Salade Nicoise au Thon (tuna). It arrived with no tuna or anchovies! Sent it back and when it came back there was still no tuna. Spoke to manageress who told me a Cafe Rouge Salad Nicoise with Tuna does not have tuna in it ! What a joke. We walked out without paying....don't go there!I then left feedback on their website and was told there was a fault on the menu. So why didnt they tell their staff or withdraw the menu? I was offered a derisory £15-00 coupon.
by - written on 20/02/12 (Useful, 82 readings)
I've recently visited Cafe Rouge at Manchester Printworks for the second time. The first time that I visited we had a 2 for £12 voucher, while on our second visit we had a Tesco voucher giving us 40% off the food. The Resteraunt: Cafe Rouge is a chain of resteraunts which are in a faux french style, with french backing music. The resteraunt is reasonably small downstairs, with the tables very close together. As you walk in the room is dominated by a large but pretty staircase and a very dark bar area. The Food: With the 2 for £12 voucher we were mainly restrict to the Plats Rapides menu, which typically features meals ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/12 (Useful, 48 readings)
I have always liked the food at Cafe Rouge but every time I have been, and this is always to different locations, thje service has been hurrendous. The first time I dined at Cafe Rouge was at the Trafford Centre. it was for lunch and I had the Tartine à la Grecque ( an open sandwich of warm feta cheese, baby plum tomatoes, grilled courgettes, green beans and Niçoise olives with flame-roasted red pepper tapenade on grilled sourdough bread) and my mum had the Croque Monsieur (a croque of ham & melted Gruyère cheese with French fries and a salad garnish) and it was gorgeous. Brilliant food. But, and it is a big but....we waited for literally forty five minutes for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/12 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Cafe Rouge is a national chain of French styled restaurants. There are currently over 100 sites. The chain is owned and operated by Tragus ltd, which also owns Strada and Bella Italia. The chain serves food all day, including main meals, lighter bites, salads and the express menu, or Plats Rapides. My local one is on James Street in London, a lovely little road just off Oxford Street and close to Selfridges which houses a variety of restaurants, both chain and individual ones. I am reviewing this as a place to go for a quick lunch, not as a restaurant I would choose to go for a slap up evening meal - there are much nicer places out there. I try to ... Read the complete review
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