All reader reviews by akrmurray

La Petit Auberge (Teddington)

A small (i.e. intimate) bistro with seriously superior food featuring an unbelieveably good value Sunday menu (£7 for two courses Nov '06).

While we ate, they must have turned away at least 10-14 prospective diners, indicating the need to book.

My duck rilette was rustic and flavoursome, while my moules portion simply delicious and BIG. An omlette (large enough to completely faze a hungry 7 year old), croque monsieur (oozing with bechemel sauce) and quiche lorraine were all freshly cooked and in generously sized portions.

The chef had no problem with tailoring the contents of the dishes to our specific tastes (indicating that the meals are all freshly prepared).

My glass of cider was excellent, although I thought the wine list by the glass, started a little highly priced (£4.10 a glass, if I remember correctly).

In addition to all this, we enjoyed child-friendly, welcoming, professional service making the whole experience one which will, without a doubt, be repeated.

Monday, November 13, 2006
Overall rating 10 stars
Food 10 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 9 | Value for money 10


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