Cafe Rouge Reviews
Newest Review: ... menu. The offers looked good so at present they are doing a valentines 3 course meal (set menu with small choice) for £18.95 which is a great deal. The main menu has plenty of choice. Breads and Olives; There is a variety from Olives, garlic batons to humous, ranging in price from £2.95 for olives to £7.95 for petit bouchee. starters; there is a choice of olives, garlic batons, humous, soup, crepes and plenty more, they range from the cheapest at £4.95 to the most expensive sharing starter at £12.95. mains; A large variety of choice including muscles, croquettes, chicken, beef bourginone to Sea bass, there is also a grill menu with ... more
Customer Cafe Rouge Reviews (53)
by - written on 05/02/14 (Very useful, 34 readings)
We had a voucher for Christmas for Cafe Rouge having just used it at the weekend I thought best to review it whilst fresh in the mind. I hadn't been to a Cafe Rouge before. It's a national chain of restaurants selling french cuisine, they are open all day serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. I can only review the dinner as that's what we had, also I guess it depends on where you are dining in the country as each one has their own managers so for your info this is the Leamington Cafe Rouge. Booking --------- You can ring and book or you can book online however this didn't work for us as we only decided on that day. It looks like this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/13 (Useful, 20 readings)
This particular post is referring to the Cafe Rouge in Dulwich, London. The first thing which strikes you is that Cafe Rouge was seemingly set up at a time when the French cafe was a romantic, almost exotic idea to most British people and they try their best to artfully recreate that in the restaurant decor. However now that most people have been to France at least once, it seems more like a cheap rip off of French culture rather than a faithful recreation of it. That being said, if you can get over this small issue then everything is plain sailing. The starters are excellent, the French bread is like all French bread (highly addictive and delicious), the main courses ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/13, updated on 20/04/13 (Very useful, 74 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, 84 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
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