L’oree du bois restaurant

L’Orée du Bois > Home 15 Kingsmere Rd, Chelsea, QC | 819.827.0332 français MenusKids MenuEvening Menu – Table d’hôteONLINE SHOPWine ListWine listEventsGroup DiningAbout UsOur CuisineOur HistoryContact UsLocationHours of OperationContact UsGift CertificateShowcaseImage GalleryBirthday ClubAnniversary ClubNewsletterAnnouncementsReservations MenusKids MenuEvening Menu – Table d’hôteONLINE SHOPWine ListWine listEventsGroup DiningAbout UsOur CuisineOur HistoryContact UsLocationHours of OperationContact UsGift CertificateShowcaseImage GalleryBirthday ClubAnniversary ClubNewsletterAnnouncementsReservations Previous Next welcome to L’Orée du Bois Located 15 minutes from Ottawa and Gatineau, exquisitely blending the charms of traditional cuisine with regional modern subtleties, L’Orée du Bois is the ultimate culinary experience for romantic date night, family meals, brunches, business meetings and wedding celebrations. welcome to L’Orée du Bois Located 15 minutes from Ottawa and Gatineau, exquisitely blending the charms of traditional cuisine with regional modern subtleties, L’Orée du Bois is the ultimate culinary experience for romantic date night, family meals, brunches, business meetings and wedding celebrations. Reservations We are thrilled to serve you in our dining room or in our new patio space ! Make Reservation Give the gift of a dining experience in the heart of beautiful Gatineau Park! Gift Certificates $1 $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 $30 $35 $40 $45 $50 $55 $60 $65 $70 $75 $80 $85 $90 $95 $100 $125 $150 $175 $200 $250 $300 Email to Recipient Email To Self Pay with Credit Card Pay with PayPal Menus Chef Émile Héroux mandated himself to rejuvenate the plates with unique and delicious side dishes for each of our main courses on our seasonal menu all the while keeping the French and regional gastronomy L’Orée is known for. View Menus Wine for Private Importation As you may know, we import wine from different makers in France that figure on our wine list. If you enjoyed a specific wine from our establishment, you can buy it for your own cellar! Learn More Events Known for its warm hospitality, its emotionally charged French dining, its beautiful location at the heart of Gatineau Park, Chelsea’s renowned restaurant has, over time, managed to forge itself an enviable reputation by creating countless extraordinary moments in a warm and ever so perfect atmosphere. Learn More A gastronomic rendez-vous of regional flavours and unbounded inspiration! Located 15 minutes from Ottawa and Gatineau, exquisitely blending the charms of traditional cuisine with regional modern subtleties, L’Orée du Bois is the ultimate culinary experience for romantic date night, family meals, brunches, business meetings and wedding celebrations.Known for its warm hospitality, its emotionally charged French dining, its beautiful location at the heart of Gatineau Park, Chelsea’s renowned restaurant has, over time, managed to forge itself an enviable reputation by creating countless extraordinary moments in a warm and ever so perfect atmosphere. 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Newsletter & Clubs Facebook Fan Page Stay in the Know Contact 15 Kingsmere Rd, Chelsea Québec 819.827.0332 Email Us Hours This Week Hours Friday 5:30 PM – 8:45 PM Saturday 5:00 PM – 8:45 PM Sunday 5:30 PM – 8:15 PM Mon – Tue closed Wed – Thu 5:30 PM – 8:15 PM Copyright (c) 2023 L’Orée du Bois Powered By: RezPlus L’OREE DU BOIS, Chelsea – Menu, Prices & Restaurant Reviews – Tripadvisor Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do Chelsea TourismChelsea HotelsChelsea Bed and BreakfastChelsea Vacation RentalsFlights to ChelseaChelsea RestaurantsThings to Do in ChelseaChelsea Travel ForumChelsea PhotosChelsea MapAll Chelsea HotelsChelsea Hotel DealsNear LandmarksHotels near Camp FortuneHotels near Lusk CaveHotels near Carbide Willson RuinsHotels near Centre Des Visiteurs Du Parc De La GatineauHotels near Pont couvert du Ruisseau-MeechHotels near La Fab – Centre des arts, de la culture et du patrimoine de ChelseaHotels near Galerie Old ChelseaHotels near Carriere MorrisonNear AirportsHotels near (YUL) Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl AirportHotels near (YMX) Montreal-Mirabel Intl AirportHotels near (YHU) Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil AirportExplore more top hotelsRoyalton Riviera CancunResorts Hedonism (Hedonism II Resort)Hilton Rose Hall Resort & SpaMoon Palace The Grand – CancunIsla Bella Beach ResortBeaches Turks & CaicosSecrets Moxche Playa del CarmenHyatt Ziva Cap CanaGiraffe ManorHilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach ResortRenaissance Wind Creek Aruba ResortDisney’s Animal Kingdom LodgeHotel Riu Santa FeThe LINQ Hotel + ExperienceFinest Punta Cana By The Excellence Collection All InclusivePopular Hotel CategoriesPopular All-Inclusive ResortsPopular Beach ResortsPopular Family ResortsPopular All-Inclusive HotelsPopular Hotels With WaterparksPopular Honeymoon ResortsPopular Luxury ResortsPopular All-Inclusive Family ResortsPopular Golf ResortsPopular Spa ResortsPopular Cheap ResortsAll Chelsea RestaurantsRestaurants near L’Oree Du BoisPopular Types of FoodBBQ Restaurants in ChelseaCafes for Breakfast in ChelseaCafés in ChelseaFast Food Restaurants in ChelseaFrench Restaurants in ChelseaGluten Free Restaurants in ChelseaItalian Restaurants in ChelseaLebanese Restaurants in ChelseaPizza in ChelseaVegan Restaurants in ChelseaVegetarian Restaurants in ChelseaPopular DishesBest Wings in ChelseaBest Quail in ChelseaBest Scallops in ChelseaBest Mac and cheese in ChelseaBest Lasagne in ChelseaBest Halibut in ChelseaBest Cod in ChelseaBest Grilled cheese in ChelseaBest Meatballs in ChelseaBest Calamari in ChelseaBest Curry in ChelseaBest Duck Confit in ChelseaBest Mussels in ChelseaBest Lobster in ChelseaBest Shawarma in ChelseaPopular Restaurant CategoriesBreakfast Restaurants in ChelseaLunch Restaurants in ChelseaDinner Restaurants in ChelseaBakeries in ChelseaCoffee & Tea in ChelseaDesserts in ChelseaLate Night Restaurants in ChelseaRestaurants for Group Dining in ChelseaRestaurants for Special Occasions in ChelseaRomantic Restaurants in ChelseaToursAppsCruisesGreenLeadersSkip to main contentReviewTripsAlertsSign in Inbox See all Sign in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Chelsea Hotels Things to Do Restaurants Flights Vacation Rentals Travel Stories Cruises Rental Cars Tours Add a Place Travel Forum Airlines Travelers’ Choice Help Center Canada Quebec Outaouais Region Chelsea Chelsea Restaurants L’Oree Du Bois Search See all restaurants in ChelseaL’Oree Du Bois ClaimedReviewSaveShare 808 reviews#1 of 14 Restaurants in Chelsea$$$$FrenchCanadianVegetarian Friendly15, Chemin Kingsmere Chemin Kingsmere, Chelsea, Quebec J9B 1R7 Canada+1 819-827-0332WebsiteMenu Closed now: See all hoursImprove this listing See all (207) See all (207) Ratings and reviews4.5 808 reviews#1 of 14 Restaurants in ChelseaRATINGSFoodServiceValueAtmosphereFood and ambienceLocal cuisine, French, Canadian, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options“We had the escargot which the sauce it was in was incredible, and perfect for…”“Had scallops, a creamy mushroom appetizer, fish and the specialty poutine.”“We started with appetizers of puff pastry with creamed mushrooms and a salmon…” Location and contact15, Chemin Kingsmere Chemin Kingsmere, Chelsea, Quebec J9B 1R7 CanadaWebsiteEmail+1 819-827-0332Improve this listingDoes this restaurant offer highchairs for toddlers?Yes No Unsure Does this restaurant have private dining rooms?Yes No Unsure Is this a Canadian restaurant? Yes No Unsure Can a gluten free person get a good meal at this restaurant?Yes No Unsure Does this restaurant serve alcohol?Yes No Unsure Is this a French restaurant? Yes No Unsure Is this restaurant good for lunch?Yes No Unsure Thanks for helping! Share another experience before you go. DetailsManage this business?AboutÀ 15 minutes d’Ottawa et de Gatineau, le restaurant L’Orée du Bois est aménagé dans une ancienne maison de ferme et ses dépendances. Niché en bordure d’un bois discret, à la porte du Parc de la Gatineau, L’Orée du Bois vous invite à découvrir sa cuisine française et régionale pleine de saveurs, dans un décor rustique et une ambiance chaleureuse.Special DietsVegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free OptionsMealsDinner, Late Night, DrinksCUISINESFrench, CanadianFEATURESAccepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer, Non-smoking restaurants, Gift Cards AvailableReviews (808) Write a review Filter reviews 505 results Traveler ratingExcellent363Very good84Average33Poor22Terrible3Traveler typeFamiliesCouplesSoloBusinessFriendsTime of yearMar-MayJun-AugSep-NovDec-FebLanguageEnglishAll languagesEnglish (505)French (301)Italian (1)More languages All languagesEnglish (505)French (301)Italian (1)Japanese (1) Traveler ratingExcellent363Very good84Average33Poor22Terrible3Show reviews that mentionSort by: Most recentDetailed ReviewsDetailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.All reviews brunch duck onion soup chocolate mousse steak wild mushrooms wine pairing for special occasions anniversary dinner wonderful meal service was impeccable cozy atmosphere appetizers woods farmhouse canada garden Sort and selected filters Sort Detailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.FilterEnglishSort by Most recentDetailed ReviewsUpdating list… travellingfitfoodie197 reviewsReviewed October 22, 2023 via mobile Traditional French cuisine in the forestEverything was amazing, and the staff were kind, bilingual, and attentive. We had the escargot which the sauce it was in was incredible, and perfect for the fresh bread provided with whipped butter with hints of hazelnut and finishing salt. My partner had the beef…tartar which he savored every bite. Then I had duck confit and he had veal. The potatoes and beets were perfect, and the duck was excellent. This restaurant is just down the street from me, and I had heard great things, but never tried it. Happy we finally went. The atmosphere is very Quebecois cabin style, which is authentic and steps away from Gatineau park and an entire sugar bush. It’s expensive, but not as expensive as tasting menus in Ottawa. Tables were far apart so you didn’t feel that you were participating in other peoples dinners. We had a great time, my new favourite French restaurant in Ottawa/ Gatineau. Also tons of free parking.More > > > >Date of visit: October 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. handybendy2 reviewsReviewed August 21, 2023 I have three restaurants in the world that I love, one in Athens, Greece, one in Cannes, France and this one in QuebecExtremely good food and wine. Excellent service. Absolutely recommend to anyone who appreciates great food. Expect to spend some money.Date of visit: August 2023Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. john l43 reviewsReviewed August 12, 2023 via mobile Just OK for fine diningfor fine dining I’d say the experience was just OK not great and borderline good. The food was decent and really interesting things on the menu. I had the what is it sweet sweet bread and my wife had the deer medallions and they were…OK but the food came late. The pacing wasn’t great, I was comped a glass of wine but overall the service was just OK and the food wasn’t wonderful but it was an interesting place and it is set an a beautiful area of old Chelsea and in the fall when the leaves are changing colors I’m sure this place is spectacular but on a Friday night in the middle of summer I’d write it as OK. I think we spent $200 and I doubt I’d go back there but it’s a it’s a romantic place old world charm to the building and I would say it’s just OK for fine dining.More > >Date of visit: August 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Sue64715 reviewsReviewed July 30, 2023 Family celebration, July 29, 2023Many thanks to Ena, our waitress, her colleagues & the Chef for a wonderful family diner for a special evening (35th anniversary). It was a very lovely evening seated outside on the terrace. L’Orée du Bois was able to accommodate all of our many &…varied food intolerances, we had many options (beef, fish, duck veal & more) & the meals were superb, portions were generous. Un gros merci à vous tous!More >Date of visit: July 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Rick F6 reviewsReviewed July 22, 2023 Nice couples evening Nice supper with friends. Had scallops, a creamy mushroom appetizer, fish and the specialty poutine.Date of visit: July 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Marc T129 reviewsReviewed May 28, 2023 via mobile Anniversary DinnerMy wife and I had our anniversary dinner here. The restaurant is nestled in a lovely country setting surrounded by gardens and woods. The menu is not extensive but offers interesting farm to table choices. We started with appetizers of puff pastry with creamed mushrooms…and a salmon rillette. Our mains were duck confit and halibut and dessert was a trio of sorbet and a raspberry chou. Everything was delicious, beautifully plated and service was impeccable. While not inexpensive, would highly recommend for special occasions.MoreDate of visit: May 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Laurie Filiou, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded June 13, 2023Thank you for sharing your anniversary dinner experience with us! We’re delighted to hear that our restaurant provided a picturesque backdrop for your special occasion. We hope to welcome you back for more memorable experiences in the future! Tatiana D17 reviewsReviewed May 14, 2023 via mobile Place with seasonal menu and local productsBeautiful place. Great service. Menu is seasonal using local produce, so it’s changing all the time. There were 4 of us, we all had different dishes, and all of them were stunning. Great choice of wine as well. There is brunch on weekends. And in…summer outdoor BBQ.MoreDate of visit: May 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Laurie Filiou, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded June 13, 2023Thank you for your lovely review! We’re delighted to hear that you found our restaurant beautiful and enjoyed the great service. Our commitment to using seasonal, local produce ensures a constantly changing menu that never fails to impress. We look forward to welcoming you back…More 247adriant95 reviewsReviewed February 14, 2023 A dinner to rememberHad a pre-Valentine day 6-course dinner. Portions were just right – enough to enjoy the culinary art, not too big to be unable to continue. We went for the wine pairing, which was awesome, but happy that we decided to share one pairing, as there…would have been too much wine involved. Only downside is that this ended up being pretty pricey (over $300 for two), but at least we knew in advance. Great experience and cozy atmosphere.MoreDate of visit: February 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Laurie Filiou, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded June 13, 2023Thank you for sharing your experience with us! We’re thrilled to hear that you enjoyed our special 6-course dinner. We hope to have the pleasure of serving you again in the future! ottawatraveler_11459 reviewsReviewed November 6, 2022 via mobile Exceptional restaurant!I had heard great things about this place for years but didn’t get here until now. It was a wonderful experience. First of all , charming and professional staff and superb customer service. The decor is rustic and comfortable, tables well spaced. The food was…beautifully prepared. We had the caramelized onion soup and mains of duck confit and hare with foie gras. Classic French preparation. The food is of exceptional quality but next time we would look for something lighter as part of the meal. So rich! Can’t wait to return in warmer weather and enjoy the patio area!MoreDate of visit: November 2022Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Laurie Filiou, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded November 11, 2022Hi ottawatraveler_11, Thank you so much for the kind words. We are happy to hear that you had a wonderful experience. Our staff will be delighted to read this review. See you soon! Beverley R289 reviewsReviewed November 2, 2022 Excellent food and serviceWe had a wonderful meal with friends, with excellent service and food that was delicious. The onion soup was a creamed version and was very flavourful. The beef filet was done to perfection, as was the duck breast and trout. Each plate was a picture…of art. Finishing off the meal with chocolate mousse was just perfect. The coffee was very good as well. The service could not have been any better; the wait staff were friendly, knowledgeable and attentive. We had an excellent meal in wonderful surroundings.MoreDate of visit: November 2022Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Laurie Filiou, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded November 11, 2022Hi Beverley R, We’ll make sure to pass your great comments to the chef as well as the staff. Here at l’Orée du Bois, we work hard to make every guest feel welcomed every time they come to our restaurant, So we’re pleased to see…More womanseyeview765 reviewsReviewed October 1, 2022 via mobile Disappointing experienceA much anticipated meal that did not live up to expectations. My starter (wild mushrooms) and my friend’s (foie gras) were excellent and if we’d stopped there that’s what I’d award. However my duck (their reputed specialty) was dry and the potatoes salty. My friends…steak was fine but not special and covered in a tasteless, unidentifiable green vegetable. We pressed on however hoping for redemption from dessert and again it was an unremarkable crème brûlée. While the setting for the restaurant is lovely, our little table, jammed against a wall in the hall did nothing to enhance the evening. The most redeeming part was the fabulous server who looked after us. We only occasionally dine out at this price level so all in all a disappointing experience.MoreDate of visit: October 2022Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded October 7, 2022Hi Womaneyeview! We’re sorry to see that you did not enjoy your experience with us. It’s not in our habits to let our guests down. We would like to redeem ourselves, If you could contact us so we can hear a little more about your…More Loztboyz21 reviewsReviewed August 8, 2022 Best of 2022 and maybe the best of all timeLocation is out of a dream. Service is impeccable. But the food stole the show. Onion soup was everything it could be. Delicious. Just thinking of Foie gras with strawberry marmalade make me reach for my phone for reservations. The recommended Lamb from the grill…with the Moroccan inspired salad and sauces was out of this world and I didn’t care who watched as I used the fresh baked bread to get all of it off my plate. And the classic Crème Brule done right. I almost always order this if I see it on the menu and always enjoy it but the extra thick layer of sugar on top and the creaminess of the filling has spoiled me to where I may need to look else where for future dessert options. My guests raved about the suggested wine paring to the point they had the waitress write them down so the could buy bottles to enjoy and home. Everyone left happy and I received thank you emails from all of my guests. Always hard to live up to such high expectations but this place did.MoreDate of visit: August 2022Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded August 15, 2022Hi LoztBoyz, WOW WHAT CAN WE SAY AFTER THAT?? Well a huge thank you for such a lovely review. We can’t believe what we just read. Thank you for taking some of your precious time to write such a complete review. You are so kind….More Gigio1968131 reviewsReviewed May 7, 2022 via mobile A bit disappointing, considering the expectationsIn December I read that this restaurant, located 30 mins from our house, was voted as top 4th in Canada on Tripadvisor, and we had to try it! Reservation was easily done online, clearly mentioning that one of us was vegetarian. We arrived and welcoming…was not that great….. No one at the welcome desk, and we had to wait for a waitress walking by that area. She invited to leave coats and jackets in the wardrobe (still chilling around here…!) and escorted us to the table. Simple mise en place (as a former farmhouse makes sense). First surprise: despite mentioned in the reservation, no one had the clue about one of us being vegetarian, and options were very limited! Only 3 appetizers (two of them both with mushrooms), and no main. The waitress proposed to change one main replacing the veal with…… mushrooms (again!). Appetizers were very good (my bone marrow was excellent), but mains were definitely on average (a lot of heavy cream…., covering most of the taste). Service was not great (not enough personnel for the number of tables). Overall, for a price of 90 cad each (one appetizer, one main and one drink each) you would expect much more. Box ticked, but we’ll not be back.More > >Date of visit: May 2022Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded May 15, 2022Hi Gigio1968. thank you for taking some of your precious time to write about your evening. We’re sorry to see that your evening did not go as you would have wish. It’s not in our habit to leave a guest unsatisfied. Please, feel free to…More OttawaSoccermom11 reviewsReviewed September 4, 2021 Amazing supper!Amazing supper with wine pairing. The food is excellent and the wines are perfectly matched to the meal. Our server Vincent was very friendly and super knowledgeable. Pretty location! All the covid precautions were in place. Will def go back.Date of visit: August 2021Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Charles-Etienne P, Commercialisation at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded September 9, 2021Hi OttawaSoccermom, Wow, thank your very much for such kind words. It’s much appreciated. We’re glad that you enjoyed your evening with us. Au plaisir! andrewbI9335ZC1 reviewReviewed August 17, 2021 via mobile Fantastic- on every levelBeautiful setting, location and building, one which is perfectly suited for the lovely Gatineau area. Food was set with detail and purpose. Everything was absolutely delicious. From the soup to the appetizer to their specialities; each bite was phenomenal. The chef and team clearly take…great pride in what they are doing and it shows. Honestly this was one of the best meals of my life. Even a dessert as ubiquitous as creme brulee was prepared with such care. My partner and I both found this restaurant to be very impressive. The server and staff were wonderful to interact with, also made great recommendations on food and wine and cocktails. The waitstaff we were lucky enough to have for our table was professional, skilled and knowledgable and really went the extra mile for us while making everything appear seamless and easy. We were provided a very high quality fine dining experience in an environment that felt warm, inviting and comfortable. That is not an easy line to walk. It is not simply eating coming to L’Orée du Bois, even to say it is dining is not quite accurate. Visiting this location, in Chelsea QC, is AN EXPERIENCE not to be missed. My partner and I will most assuredly be returning, and we recommend you all do as well.MoreDate of visit: August 2021Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing at L’Oree Du Bois, responded to this reviewResponded August 24, 2021Hi Andrew, Wow! Thank you very much for taking some of your precious time to write such a lovely review. It’s much appreciated. We’re glad to see that you enjoyed your experience with us. We’ll gladly pass the message along to the staff. We’ll have…More View more reviews PreviousNext123456… Best nearbyWe rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location.Best nearby hotelsSee allRamada Plaza Gatineau/Manoir du Casino1,551 reviews 5.34 miles away Holiday Inn Gatineau – Ottawa, an IHG Hotel5 reviews 5.44 miles away Hilton Lac-Leamy1,759 reviews 5.65 miles away Motel Montcalm56 reviews 5.80 miles away Best nearby restaurantsSee allLa Cigale160 reviews .24 miles away Chelsea Pub567 reviews .18 miles away Roberto Pizza Romana22 reviews .16 miles away Best nearby attractionsSee allGatineau Park1,058 reviews .39 miles away Camp Fortune213 reviews 1.93 miles away Nordik Spa-Nature Chelsea1,580 reviews .55 miles away Dunn-D’s Mini Golf49 reviews .15 miles away See the best nearby hotelsSee the best nearby restaurantsSee the best nearby attractionsSee all Questions & AnswersAsk a questionSee all 6 questions Get quick answers from L’Oree Du Bois staff and past visitors.Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page.Verification: SubmitCancelPosting guidelines >496kentDoes the restaurant have a full bar where you can sit and have a cocktail prior to and/or after dinner?March 16, 2023|AnswerHide all answersAre you sure you want to delete this question?DeleteConfirm CancelWhat is your answer?SubmitCancelPosting guidelinesResponse from Beverley R | Reviewed this property |I am sorry, I can’t remember. But, the whole dining experience was so wonderful.Are you sure you want to delete this answer?DeleteConfirmCancelHelpful answer0VotesNot as helpful >Robin MAre you doing takeout for easter? Is iy your normal menuApril 11, 2020|AnswerHide all answersAre you sure you want to delete this question?DeleteConfirm CancelWhat is your answer?SubmitCancelPosting guidelinesResponse from Mason M | Reviewed this property |They offer 2 types of meals,that can be picked up. I do not know the meals but would think at least one would look like cabane a sucre style. Check out their web page the prices and everything are on it.Are you sure you want to delete this answer?DeleteConfirmCancelHelpful answer0VotesNot as helpful >efefsWhat is the anniversary club mentioned on their website. It doesn’t provide any details there.July 18, 2018|AnswerShow all 6 answersHide all answersAre you sure you want to delete this question?DeleteConfirm CancelWhat is your answer?SubmitCancelPosting guidelinesResponse from lised398 | Reviewed this property |If you call , they will explain, I have been going for years and never payed attention to this. Not much help am I! Anyway it will be lovelyAre you sure you want to delete this answer?DeleteConfirmCancelHelpful answer0VotesNot as helpfulPreviousNext12Is This Your Listing? Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Claim Your Free ListingL’OREE DU BOIS, Chelsea – Menu, Prices & Restaurant Reviews – TripadvisorFrequently Asked Questions about L’Oree Du BoisIs L’Oree Du Bois implementing safety measures as a result of COVID-19?Yes, L’Oree Du Bois is taking precautions against COVID-19. A full list is available within the “safety precautions” section of this page.How is L’Oree Du Bois rated?L’Oree Du Bois is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:Food: 4.5Service: 4.5Value: 4.5Atmosphere: 4.5$ USDUnited States© 2023 Tripadvisor LLC All rights reserved.Terms of UsePrivacy and Cookies StatementCookie consentSite MapHow the site worksContact usThis is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. more Nos menus Restaurant L’orée du bois Skip to content Maître restaurateur – Guide Champérard 2007 – Le petit futé 2007 > Je souhaite réserver une table Maître restaurateur – Guide Champérard 2007 – Le petit futé 2007 Bienvenue Nos menus Réserver une table A propos Cuisine de fraicheur & Respect du produit – Menus Restaurant L’Orée du Bois – Menus restaurant l’Orée du bois : découvrez la carte du Chef Patrick GIRAUX. Ce dernier joue la variation des produits. Il accorde une grande particularité à ses recettes qui changent régulièrement et qui s’accordent avec les saisons. Très attentif à la qualité du produit, il sélectionne ses produits auprès de producteurs locaux et de producteurs italien, espagnol… Des produits nobles représentés sur la carte tels que : les oursins, les ormeaux, la truffe, le homard. Le chef accorde une très grande importance aux goûts et aux saveurs de chaque recette qu’il réalise, afin de vous faire ressentir et transmettre le plus grand plaisir gustatif autour de votre assiette. Ses recettes sont réalisées avec la complicité de sa brigade. Menu Business Déjeuner Menus L’Orée du bois Composez votre menu Menu Enfant les Petits Gastronomes Menus de saison Les suggestions Le menu du 24 décembre Le menu du 25 décembre Le menu à emporter 31 décembre Réserver une table Servi du mardi midi au vendredi midi (hors jours fériés) LE MENU BUSINESS DEJEUNER Menu 28 € Entrée + Plat + Café Mignardise ouPlat + Dessert + Café Mignardise Menu 32 € Entrée + Plat + Dessert + Café Mignardise Le menu est établi chaque jour par l’équipe de cuisine avec des produits frais du marché. Le prix des menus ne comprend pas les autres boissons Prix TTC. Réserver une table . LES MENUS L’OREE DU BOIS SERVIS MIDI ET SOIR TOUS LES JOURS Le chef et son équipe vous propose de composer vous même votre menu selon votre désir. Le prix des menus ne comprend pas les boissons. Prix TTC. Menu à 45 € Entrée – Plat ouPlat – Dessert Menu à 53 € Entrée – Plat – Dessert Menu Végétarien 49,50 € Sur demande Entrée – Plat – Dessert Menu à 55 € Entrée – Plat – Fromage Menu à 58 € Entrée – Plat – Fromage – Dessert Prix à la carte Entrée : 19,50 € Plat : 29,50 € Fromage : 11 € Dessert : 13,50 € Réserver une table Servi midi et soir tous les jours. LE MENU ENFANT Menu des petits gastronomes Cocktail de jus de fruit et petits salés – Entrée – Plat – Dessert mignardises Menu à 17,50 € – Jusqu’à 10 ans Consultez la carte afin d’établir le menu enfant. La carte Réserver une table LES MENUS DE SAISON Menu Homard ~ Homard Breton servi en trois plats et cuisiné selon l’inspiration du chef Les pinces – Les coudes – La queue -Le dessert Prix selon le cours du marché, sur commande uniquement Réserver une table ~ Le Menu de Noël à emporter ~ Le foie gras de canard terrine de notre fabrication ‘Maison Rougié Sarlat’ La cocotte de homard, cuisiné aux légumes mijotés, jus de crustacés crémés ‘La boule de Noël’ aux fruits exotiques et yuzzu Menu complet : 46€Entrée et Plat : 41€Plat et Dessert : 35€ MENU DE NOËL 24 décembre Perles blanches à la liqueur d’ananas,autour de ses salés Baby huître gratinée- saumon à la betterave toast blinis ~ L’amuse bouche de Noël ~ Croustille d’escargots aux amandes ~ Entrée ~ Foie gras de canard ‘Maison Rougié SARLAT pané au spéculos, brioche aux figues moelleuses. ~ Plat ~ Bar sauvage rôti sur peau, légumes d’hiver, cerfeuil tubéreux, patates douces,écume de crustacés safranés ~ Le Temps d’une Pause ~ Sorbet pomme et ses chips rincette au calvados. ~ Fromage ~ Brie de Meaux affiné, chantilly à la truffemélanosporum, mâche du jardin Biotiful ~ Dessert ~ Dôme aux fruits exotiques et yuzzu,déclinaison de fruits des îles. ~ Mignardises de Noël ~ Prix du Menu TTC: 80€ Forfait 2 verres de vins : 20€ Forfait 1 verre de vin : 10,50€ Réserver une table MENU DE NOËL 25 décembre Perles blanches à la liqueur d’ananas,autour de ses salés Baby huître gratinée- saumon à la betterave toast blinis ~ L’amuse bouche de Noël ~ Croustille d’escargots aux amandes ~ Entrée ~ Saint jacques d’Erquy (bateau Trugarez)risotto de sarrasin crémeux, chips de pancetta. ~ Plat ~ Suprême de volaille d’Ancenis, farcie foie gras et morilles, millefeuille de choux et pomme de terre et lard, sauce au vin de paille. ~ Le Temps d’une Pause ~ Sorbet poire givrée, ses chips de poire arrosé eau de vie. ~ Fromage ~ Tomme chapelaine au fenu grec (ferme la Panetière) mâche du jardin Biotiful. ~ Dessert ~ Sablé Breton, ganache illanka (chocolat noir) suprêmes de clémentines Corse, sorbet agrumes. ~ Mignardises de Noël ~ Prix du Menu TTC: 75€ Forfait 2 verres de vins : 19,50€ Forfait 1 verre de vin : 10€ Réserver une table ~ Le Menu de Noël Des Enfants ~ Le cocktail de jus de fruits et ses petits salés Le foie gras et brioche toastée. Pavé de saumon , fine mousseline de purée maison Le chocolaté de Noël Les mignardises de Noël Prix du Menu TTC : 28€ Menu du Réveillon St Sylvestreà emporter Le foie gras de canard terrinede notre fabrication ‘Maison Rougié Sarlat’ La cocotte de homard, cuisinée aux légumes mijotés, jus de crustacés crémés‘La boule de Noël’ aux fruits exotiques et yuzzu Menu complet : 51€Entrée et Plat : 46€Plat et Dessert : 40€ Réserver une table Menu l’Orée du bois Composez votre menu selon votre désir Les Entrées▪Saint jacques de la Baie de St Brieuc, artichauts et aromates aromatisés au vinaigre de dashi. ▪Poulpe grillé et aubergines confites, yaourt fermier légèrement aillé et pousse de salade.▪Escalope de foie gras panée façon mendiants, crème de mais.▪Foie gras de canard terrine, brioche et pain d’épices. Les Plats :(viandes provenances U.E.) « la sélection des poissons vient avant tout de ce que la mer offre jour après jour » ▪Gambas sauvages ébouillantées à l’huile de sésame, riz thaï au vinaigre de prunes et huile de noisettes. ▪Poisson sauvage selon la pêche, rôti sur peau, pomme de terre ‘amandine’, céléri rave glacé, crémeuse de persil. ▪Bœuf snacké (paleron Irlande) blettes braisées, lard,chouix rave frites de panisse,, jus tranché à l’huile d’olive Bormano. ▪Rognons de veau(Pays Bas) émincés déglacés au marsala et moutarde au moût de raisin, grenailles sautées et pancetta. ▪Végétarien : légumes de saison selon le jardin (jardin Biotiful cuisinés à l’étuvée et huile d’olive.) Le Fromage (servi à l’assiette)Vache (la panetière Bio chèvre (lait biques et délices) mesclun en vinaigrette à l’huile de noix, pain mendiants. <li▪Vache (La Panetière BIO) Chèvre (Lait Biques et Délices BIO), mesclun en vinaigrette à l’huile de noix, pain mendiants. Les Desserts ▪’Paris-Orvault-Brest :selon l’Orée du Bois :son praliné amandes et noisettes à l’ancienne. ▪ Figues rôties et feuille de filo au miel, crème vanille fouettée, sa glace vanille. ▪ Crème brulée à la vanille de Madagascar.▪Tarte citron moderne meringuée, sorbet citron de Sicile. Des vins au verres vous seront aussi proposés issus de vignerons de qualité. Une carte de vins issue de toute la France IGP – VDF – AOP -BIOS Un service au verre issu le La « D-vine » (entreprise Nantaise) avec un choix diversifié. Les suggestions de saison (ne s’incluents pas dans le Menu l’Orée du Bois) Prix ci-dessous à la carte Charcuterie Espagnole jambon Duros (100gr) crostinis à l’huile de romarin. 18,00€ Gros couteaux de plongé gratinés, chapelure ‘ottogi’ et aromates. 39,50€ Rissoto crémeux ou tagliatelles, rapé de truffes d’hiver. 35,00€ Ris de veau de cœur (France) croustillants, pomme de terre dauphin au lard de Colonata,jus à la moelle. 35,50€ Poêlée de cèpes Français en persillade 27,00€ Vous avez une question ? N’hésitez pas à nous contacter. 02 40 63 63 54 N’hésitez pas à laisser votre avis Ecrire un text pour inciter à laisser un avis Laisser un avis sur Google Restaurant l’Orée du Bois © – Orvault Accueil Mentions légales Réserver une table Contact Fait avecpar Yann Gloannec ©2023 Bienvenue Nos menus Réserver une table A propos Evening Menu – Table d’hôte 15 Kingsmere Rd, Chelsea, QC | 819.827.0332 français MenusKids MenuEvening Menu – Table d’hôteONLINE SHOPWine ListWine listEventsGroup DiningAbout UsOur CuisineOur HistoryContact UsLocationHours of OperationContact UsGift CertificateShowcaseImage GalleryBirthday ClubAnniversary ClubNewsletterAnnouncementsReservations MenusKids MenuEvening Menu – Table d’hôteONLINE SHOPWine ListWine listEventsGroup DiningAbout UsOur CuisineOur HistoryContact UsLocationHours of OperationContact UsGift CertificateShowcaseImage GalleryBirthday ClubAnniversary ClubNewsletterAnnouncementsReservations Evening Menu – Table d’hôte Page 1Page 2 Reservation Reservation 1 Guest 2 Guests Otherwise please call Fri Dec 29 Sat Dec 30 Sun Dec 31 Mon Jan 1 Tue Jan 2 Wed Jan 3 Thu Jan 4 Fri Jan 5 Sat Jan 6 Sun Jan 7 Mon Jan 8 Tue Jan 9 Wed Jan 10 Thu Jan 11 Fri Jan 12 Sat Jan 13 Sun Jan 14 Mon Jan 15 Tue Jan 16 Wed Jan 17 Thu Jan 18 Fri Jan 19 Other Please call 819.827.0332 Gift Certificate $1 $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 $30 $35 $40 $45 $50 $55 $60 $65 $70 $75 $80 $85 $90 $95 $100 $125 $150 $175 $200 $250 $300 Email to Recipient Email To Self Pay with Credit Card Pay with PayPal Newsletter & Clubs Stay in the Know Contact 15 Kingsmere Rd, Chelsea Québec 819.827.0332 Email Us Hours This Week Hours Friday 5:30 PM – 8:45 PM Saturday 5:00 PM – 8:45 PM Sunday 5:30 PM – 8:15 PM Mon – Tue closed Wed – Thu 5:30 PM – 8:15 PM Copyright (c) 2023 L’Orée du Bois Powered By: RezPlus Our History 15 Kingsmere Rd, Chelsea, QC | 819.827.0332 français MenusKids MenuEvening Menu – Table d’hôteONLINE SHOPWine ListWine listEventsGroup DiningAbout UsOur CuisineOur HistoryContact UsLocationHours of OperationContact UsGift CertificateShowcaseImage GalleryBirthday ClubAnniversary ClubNewsletterAnnouncementsReservations MenusKids MenuEvening Menu – Table d’hôteONLINE SHOPWine ListWine listEventsGroup DiningAbout UsOur CuisineOur HistoryContact UsLocationHours of OperationContact UsGift CertificateShowcaseImage GalleryBirthday ClubAnniversary ClubNewsletterAnnouncementsReservations Our History Our History Traditon and Boldness Located in the heart of Chelsea, this charming and rustic restaurant founded by Chef Blain, opened its doors in 1978. Specialized in utilizing local ingredients and suppliers, the restaurant mixes both classic refined French cuisine and the plentiful Quebecker dishes. With more than 40 years under its belt, L’Orée still maintains the highest standards in both service and food. Throughout the years, the support of locals and tourists alike have put this restaurant on the map as a go-to for French cuisine in Outaouais. Architecture and culinary experience Built within the walls of a former farmhouse and boasting a charming rustic decor moulded by the changing seasons in Gatineau Park, L’Orée du Bois cannot deny its connection with nature or its symbiotic relationship with the land, which gives it its unique character in a incomparable location where time stands still for a few hours and becomes one with the present. The dark red buildings that house L’Orée du Bois are those of a farmhouse built at the turn of the last century. The restaurant features a Mansart style front roof, named after renowned French architect François Mansart, who lived during the reigns of Louis XIII and Louis XIV. And it’s no coincidence that we find an abundance of wood in its decor and numerous paintings depicting nature, bringing together all of the ingredients to create moments of perfection. Reservation Reservation 1 Guest 2 Guests Otherwise please call Fri Dec 29 Sat Dec 30 Sun Dec 31 Mon Jan 1 Tue Jan 2 Wed Jan 3 Thu Jan 4 Fri Jan 5 Sat Jan 6 Sun Jan 7 Mon Jan 8 Tue Jan 9 Wed Jan 10 Thu Jan 11 Fri Jan 12 Sat Jan 13 Sun Jan 14 Mon Jan 15 Tue Jan 16 Wed Jan 17 Thu Jan 18 Fri Jan 19 Other Please call 819.827.0332 Our History Tradition and Boldness For 35 years, L’Orée du Bois has been true to its core values and made its mark by putting its customers first. Be it through its quality service, its dynamic personnel, its refined and bold menu, its cozy atmosphere or its creativity, Chelsea’s gourmet restaurant is a culinary standard that is deeply rooted in tradition, but that upholds a gastronomic vision which is resolutely turned towards the future. Architecture and culinary experience Built within the walls of a former farmhouse and boasting a charming rustic decor moulded by the changing seasons in Gatineau Park, L’Orée du Bois cannot deny its connection with nature or its symbiotic relationship with the land, which gives it its unique character in a incomparable location where time stands still for a few hours and becomes one with the present. The dark red buildings that house L’Orée du Bois are those of a farmhouse built at the turn of the last century. The restaurant features a Mansart style front roof, named after renowned French architect François Mansart, who lived during the reigns of Louis XIII and Louis XIV. And it’s no coincidence that we find an abundance of wood in its decor and numerous paintings depicting nature, bringing together all of the ingredients to create moments of perfection. 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Chelsea Hôtels Activités Restaurants Vols Locations de vacances Récits de voyage Croisières Voitures de location Excursions et circuits Ajouter un lieu Forum de voyage Compagnies aériennes Prix Travelers’ Choice Centre d’aide Canada Québec Outaouais Region Chelsea Restaurants à Chelsea L’Oree Du Bois Recherche Voir tous les restaurants à ChelseaL’Oree Du Bois RéclaméAvisEnregistrerPartager 808 avisNo 1 sur 14 restaurants à Chelsea$$$$FrançaiseCanadienneProduits végétariens15, Chemin Kingsmere Chemin Kingsmere, Chelsea, Québec J9B 1R7 Canada+1 819-827-0332Site WebMenuFermé en ce moment: Voir tous les horairesAméliorer cette page établissement Voir les (207) Voir les (207) Évaluation et avis4,5 808 avisNo 1 sur 14 Restaurants à ChelseaNOTESCuisineServiceRapport qualité-prixAmbianceDétailsCUISINESFrançaise, CanadienneRégimes alimentaires spéciauxProduits végétariens, Options végétaliennes, Options sans glutenRepasSouper, Ouvert tard, BreuvagesVoir tous les détailsrepas, caractéristiques Emplacement et coordonnées15, Chemin Kingsmere Chemin Kingsmere, Chelsea, Québec J9B 1R7 CanadaSite WebCourriel+1 819-827-0332Améliorer cette page établissementCe restaurant dispose-t-il de chaises hautes pour les tout-petits?oui non Je ne suis pas certain Ce restaurant dispose-t-il de salles privées?oui non Je ne suis pas certain S’agit-il d’un restaurant canadien? oui non Je ne suis pas certain Ce restaurant sert-il de bons repas sans gluten?oui non Je ne suis pas certain Ce restaurant sert-il des boissons alcoolisées?oui non Je ne suis pas certain S’agit-il d’un restaurant français? oui non Je ne suis pas certain Ce restaurant convient-il pour le dîner?oui non Je ne suis pas certain Merci pour votre aide ! Racontez-nous une autre expérience. Avis (808) Écrivez un avis Filtrer les avis 397 résultats Note attribuéeExcellent326Très bien53Moyen11Médiocre6Horrible1Type de voyageurEn familleEn coupleSeul(e)AffairesEntre amisPériode de l’annéeMars-maiJuin-aoûtSept.-nov.Déc.-fév.LangueFrançaisToutes les languesFrançais (397)anglais (505)italien (1)D’autres langues Toutes les languesFrançais (397)anglais (505)italien (1)japonais (1) Note attribuéeExcellent326Très bien53Moyen11Médiocre6Horrible1Découvrez l’avis des voyageurs :Filtres sélectionnésFiltrerfrançaisMise à jour de la liste… Nadine G1 avisAvis écrit le 19 octobre 2023 Notre repas de mariageNous avons organisé notre diner de mariage a l’Orée du Bois et la qualité de la cuisine et l’excellence du service en salle ont été une réussite parfaite. Bravo a toute l’équipe…..Date de la visite : octobre 2023Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor. Met L23 avisAvis écrit le 26 août 2023 Tellement bon!C’était délicieux comme toujours. Savoureux feuilleté aux champignons, médaillon de cerf, déclinaison de carottes parfaits et crème brûlée Earl Grey croquant et moelleux à souhait 🥰Date de la visite : août 2023Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor. PDG299321 avisAvis écrit le 4 juillet 2023 par mobile Très belle expérienceTrès belle expérience culinaire, les plats sont succulents avec de très bonnes portions. J’ai apprécié également la carte des vins. Et que dire du bon service tout au long de la soiréeDate de la visite : juillet 2023Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor. Faouzi B288 avisAvis écrit le 25 juin 2023 Très bon restaurant sur tous les plansUn super restaurant à l’orée du Parc Gatineau. Le cadre, le service, les mets sont tous excellents. Un diner agréable et un très bon moment. Certains mets sont grillé au feu de bois, ce qui leur donne un plus. Le service est très professionnel!Date de la visite : mai 2023Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor. Beauroy20159 avisAvis écrit le 5 août 2022 Une expérience gastronomique des plus agréables!Ambiance chaleureuse, bon choix de menus (le loup de mer a particulièrement plu à un des convives!). Les suggestions de Vincent en matière de vin ainsi que la formule accord mets/vins a permis de faire de belles découvertes. Merci et longue vie à toute l’équipe…de l’Orée du bois!PlusDate de la visite : août 2022Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing de L’Oree Du Bois, a répondu à cet avisRéponse envoyée 15 août 2022Bonjour Beauroy2015, merci beaucoup d’avoir pris de votre précieux temps pour nous écrire de si beaux mots. C’est très apprécié. Nous passerons le message volontier à toute l’équipe ainsi qu’à Vincent. xle491 avisAvis écrit le 24 juillet 2022 par mobile Arrêt obligatoire !Excellente expérience culinaire! Tout est savoureux, présentés avec goût et un service à la hauteur de la qualité des plats servis. Vins de choix et cadre champêtre chaleureux. Vaut le détour, passer à côté sans s’y arrêter est un sacrilège ! Bon appétit!Date de la visite : juillet 2022Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing de L’Oree Du Bois, a répondu à cet avisRéponse envoyée 26 juillet 2022Bonjour Xle4, wow merci d’avoir pris de votre temps pour nous écrire un si beau commentaire. C’est très apprécié. Nous sommes heureux de voir que vous avez passé une belle soirée! 699melaniep13 avisAvis écrit le 19 avril 2022 par mobile Un incontournable J’adore ce resto, si vous désirez une bonne bouffe dans un décor chaleureux je le recommande fortement. Dispendieux mais tellement agréable.Date de la visite : avril 2022Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing de L’Oree Du Bois, a répondu à cet avisRéponse envoyée 25 avril 2022Bonjour 699melaniep, Merci beaucoup pour votre commentaire 🙂 Travel187613064981 avisAvis écrit le 8 avril 2022 Première foisC’était la première fois que je venais souper à l’Orée du Bois, et sincèrement ce ne sera certainement pas la dernière. L’accueil a été chaleureuse dès les tout début, et on a été servi avec bienveillance toute la soirée par l’équipe. Les plats de la…table hôte étaient tous absolument excellent et délicieux! Avec une musique d’ambiance calme et détente, ce fut une super belle soirée que j’ai passé avec ma famille.PlusDate de la visite : avril 2022Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing de L’Oree Du Bois, a répondu à cet avisRéponse envoyée 12 avril 2022Bonjour Travel18761306498, Merci beaucoup pour ces beaux mots. C’est très gentil de votre part d’avoir pris de votre temps pour nous écrire. Au plaisir de vous revoir! NancyP1195 avisAvis écrit le 27 octobre 2021 ExcellentNourriture et service excellent! Endroit magnifique, ambiance chaleureuse, tout était parfait! Nous y retournerons!Date de la visite : octobre 2021Utile?Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing de L’Oree Du Bois, a répondu à cet avisRéponse envoyée 3 novembre 2021Bonjour Nancy, merci beaucoup pour ce beau commentaire. C’est très apprécié! Nous vous attendrons avec plaisir! 120548413 avisAvis écrit le 4 octobre 2021 Excellent sur toute la ligneLors d’une réunion familiale nous avons dégusté un excellent repas à ce restaurant. Après les vérifications sanitaires nous avons apprécié de délicieuses petites bouchées, avec un bon verre de vin. Tout le monde a apprécié son repas, belles assiettes pour les yeux et le palais….Excellent service, tout était parfait. Nous recommandons cet endroit exceptionnel surtout en automne.PlusDate de la visite : octobre 2021Utile?1 Cet avis est l’opinion subjective d’un membre de Tripadvisor et non l’avis de Tripadvisor LLC. Les avis sont soumis à des vérifications de la part de Tripadvisor.Charles-Etienne P, Marketing de L’Oree Du Bois, a répondu à cet avisRéponse envoyée 5 octobre 2021Bonjour 120548, Wow, un énorme merci pour ce beau commentaire à notre égard. C’est très apprécié. Nous sommes heureux de constater que vous avez apprécié votre expérience parmi nous! 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Si vous habitez un autre pays ou une autre région, veuillez choisir la version appropriée de Tripadvisor pour votre lieu de résidence dans le menu déroulant. plus Charleston’s 16 Best-Kept Secret Eats | Charleston SC | Charleston Magazine The City Magazine Since 1975 Search form Search SUBSCRIBE / LOGIN Toggle navigation SUBSCRIBE / LOGIN FEATURES EAT & DRINK THINGS TO DO SO CHARLESTON STYLE & SHOPPING HOME & GARDEN REAL ESTATE TRAVEL & OUTDOORS WEDDINGS CHARLESTON WEDDINGS MAGAZINE SUBMIT YOUR WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT! THE MAGAZINE SUBSCRIBE WHERE TO BUY FREE DIGITAL EDITION READER SERVICES JOIN THE CLUB! VIDEO ARCHIVES SPECIAL SECTIONS CHARLESTON NEWSLETTER NEWSLETTER SIGN UP CONTACT US ADVERTISE CAREERS Charleston’s 16 Best-Kept Secret Eats Charleston’s 16 Best-Kept Secret Eats February 2020WRITER: Jennifer Hope ChoiPHOTOGRAPHER: Aleece SophiaOlivia PendletonShell RoysterMira AdwellJennifer ChoiThink you’ve dined your way across the Holy City? Chefs and local personalities weigh in and share their favorites, from daikon steak to Cincinnati chili (Clockwise from top): Mashed potatoes and meatloaf with gravy, lima beans, biscuit, green beans, and mac and cheese; (inset) Angie Bellinger Workman’s Cafe 1837 Grimball Rd., James Island {Meatloaf} What appears to be a ranch home off Folly Road is a meat-and-three paradise run by Angie Bellinger. The chef-owner has been serving hungry folks, from construction workers to neighborhood regulars, for seven years. It was once a one-woman show, but because Bellinger’s soul-nourishing dishes have become so popular, she’s hired a few helping hands. A pegboard presents daily specials, which are served from a buffet hot table. And the salmon pink dining nook is the perfect homey spot to dig in. “Angie Bellinger cooks up some of the finest Southern dishes (meatloaf, lima beans, and cabbage, to name a few) in Charleston at her cafeteria-style restaurant. We’re hoping she brings back the crisp-edged alter ego to her meatloaf: her recently discontinued chicken fried steak. Few restaurants in the region serve it anymore, and we just love the textures and flavors; it’s comfort food at its best.” — Matt Lee and Ted Lee, authors (Left) Co-owners Dat Nyugen (right) with his wife, Phuong, for whom the restaurant is named; (right) Bánh xèo (top left) along with a spread of Vietnamese delights Phuong 5634 Rivers Ave., North Charleston {Bánh xèo} It’s tempting to order stalwart favorites when heading to a place like Phuong, a family-run Vietnamese restaurant a few storefronts north of H&L Asian Market. If you haven’t indulged yet, bánh xèo is a shareable snack that merits entry into your regular rotation. The savory crepe translates to “sizzling cake,” a reference to the sound the turmeric, rice flour, and water batter makes as soon as it hits the piping-hot skillet. Despite its golden hue, this is an eggless dish that bears a pleasing chew. “I’m definitely a pork-and-shrimp filling guy, but I’ve seen vegetarian versions of bánh xèo from time to time. This dish has a delicious texture (crispy meets chewy). My family loves Phuong and the owner, Phuong Nyugen, for who she is and how she cooks—which is to say deliciously!” —Forrest Parker, South Carolina Chef Ambassador and owner-operator of Undiscovered Charleston BACCO 976 Houston Northcutt Blvd. Suite O, Mount Pleasant {Caesar salad} While the Caesar salad has become an iconic appetizer featured in virtually every American Italian restaurant, the dish hails originally from Tijuana, Mexico. Created by Italian immigrant Caesar Cardini, the chef supposedly improvised this dish during a dinner rush back in 1924, adding the flair of a table side tossing to wow diners. At chef Michael Scognamiglio’s white tablecloth trattoria in Mount Pleasant, the leafy appetizer is an easy pleaser. “The romaine is cold and crisp, the croutons are fresh, and they don’t shy away from the umami-packed punch of anchovy and Parmesan. What’s not to love? It’s classic, straightforward, and delicious.” —Brooks Reitz, co-owner, Little Jack’s, Leon’s, and Melfi’s Marina Variety Store 9 Lockwood Dr. {Sunrise Breakfast & blackened oysters} Those who’ve ventured inside this Ashley River-front staple know of its discreet charm. Marina Variety Store first opened in an old rice mill down by the water’s edge 56 years ago as a one-stop general store (hence the name), outfitted with tackle, groceries, fuel, and a petite diner. After Hurricane Hugo obliterated the waterfront, Marina Variety Store reopened in 1991 solely as a restaurant above scenic dive bar, Salty Mike’s, where it stands today. Beyond the weathered blue canopy, wooden surfaces and nautical ephemera once embellished the interior, evoking the delightful spirit of a ship’s cabin. Mike Altine, Jr. took over the property from his father in 2014 (which he now runs with his cousin, Richard Ritter) and initiated renovations in 2019. Gleaming whitewashed beadboard may have replaced the tiled ceilings, but rest assured: menu favorites, such as the blackened oysters (shucked East Coast bivalves seasoned with Cajun spices and grilled in a buttery sauce) remain unchanged. The Sunrise Breakfast—a healthy portion of hash browns or grits, biscuit or toast, and two eggs any style—is a steal at $7.29. For a couple bucks more, you can add smoked sausage, ham, or bacon. The panoramic harbor views are free of charge. “Marina Variety Store is a culinary relic on a peninsula overdosing on a bourgeois invasion. I love the Captain’s Platter—a bona fide nautical cornucopia of sea critters (flounder, shrimp, oysters, scallops, or crab cakes). Blackened oysters are the way to go—a rare, and superlative, preparation.” —Reid Henninger, chef Pho #1 at H&L Market 5300 Rivers Ave., North Charleston {Com vit: roasted duck with rice and sautéed greens } It’s no secret that H&L is the Charleston area’s superlative Asian supermarket. Some have ventured to the cafe inside, called “Pho #1” for the eponymous beef broth and eye of round soup. Next time, opt for the Vietnamese roasted duck—flavorful but unfussy, served with steamed white rice and a side of sautéed Chinese broccoli. “After hockey practice, I usually pick up the com vit at Pho #1 for lunch. It’s a bargain at $9.99. Don’t let the price fool you; the duck’s crispy skin provides texture, and the juices from the tender meat drip onto the white rice that’s placed underneath. The elegant yet simple approach of this dish makes it one worth seeking out.” —Parker Milner, Stingrays goalie & food writer Bibimbap teeming with vibrant veggies and beef; (inset) chef Sean Park Kanpai 1035 Johnnie Dodds Blvd., Suite B-9, Mount Pleasant {Bibimbap & kimchi} Top-notch Korean food is hard to come by in the Holy City. The best bites around, it turns out, can be found at Kanpai—a sushi restaurant tucked into an unassuming strip mall off Johnny Dodds Boulevard. Chef-owner Sean Park is known for his specialty rolls and omakase, but the handful of Korean dishes on the menu warrant a sushi-less dinner altogether. Bibimbap (“mixed rice”) dates back to the 16th century, when rural Koreans combined cooked rice with leftover ingredients. Nowadays, bibimbap is seen as a healthy meal in the West, due to its rainbow of prepared vegetables that often include marinated spinach, gosari (bracken ferns), soy bean sprouts, julienned cucumber and carrot, and a sunny side up egg, all stirred together with sesame oil and gochujang (red pepper paste). A particularly alluring version, sold at Kanpai, is served in a dolsot, or stone bowl, which sears the bottom layer of rice to a toasty crunch. “There’s been a wave of tiresome, bougie kimchi brands hyped for the dish’s inherent probiotic properties. For the real deal, when I run out of my mom’s homemade stash, I head to Kanpai. Plus, the bibimbap—which tastes as dreamy as it looks—inspires in me Proustian-level nostalgia.” —Jennifer Hope Choi, Charleston associate editor (Left to right) Okra purloo, fried chicken and macaroni beef casserole, The Big Joe burger, fried whiting with fries and coleslaw Mother-daughter owners (left) Awendaw mayor Miriam C. Green and chef April G. Mazyck Buckshot’s 10030 Hwy. 17 N., McClellanville {Okra purloo} Siblings Miriam and Joseph Green launched Buckshot’s as a carry-out business 30 years ago; today, the family-owned and -operated restaurant is a McClellanville institution. Country home cooking fills the bill of fare here, from fried chicken (a favorite for locals) to the okra purloo. “Buckshot’s represents Gullah-Geechee food culture to the fullest. Okra is one of the great vegetables that came from our ancestors in Africa. Rice is ingrained in this city’s legacy, which is a complex story of pain, resistance, resilience, and untold truths for the Gullah-Geechee people. Okra purloo is us.” —BJ Dennis, chef Fried shark with coleslaw on a “bake”; (inset) chef-owner Roxann Melville Ma Gloria Trinidad 3313 Meeting Street Rd., North Charleston {Fried bake & shark} Out on the Twin Islands, breaded blacktip shark filets (imbued with Trini green seasoning, an herb-forward salsa) and “bakes” (Caribbean fried bread) are a common snack combo sold from street vendors and restaurants alike. “Bake and shark,” as it’s known, gets doused in “go-withs”—everything from chadon beni (verdant cilantro chutney) to coleslaw, ketchup to pepper sauce. Get a taste by making your way to Ma Gloria Trinidad and snag chef Roxann Melville’s version, which appears on the weekends and often sells out by midday. “If a Church’s chicken biscuit and the fried shark from Hannibal’s had a baby, this would be it. It’s dipped in a tamarind glaze, and only available Saturday mornings.” —KJ Kearny, regional field director for the Conservation Voters of South Carolina (Clockwise) Fried soft-shell crab sandwich, pole beans and potatoes, and classic collard greens Blackbird Market 1808 Bohicket Rd., John’s Island {Soft-shell crab & fried chicken} En route to Kiawah Island, a wooden “GOOD EATS” sign might catch your eye outside this charming cafe and shop owned by Billy and Delana Haynes. What’s on offer ranges by the day, from craft sandwiches to amply-sized plates. Enjoy your meal on the outdoor patio before hitting the beach, or stock up for the trip home. Seasonal produce, tantalizing pastries, local products (sunchoke relish, anyone?), or heat-and-eat entrées (such as chicken pot pie) will entice you to make those good eats last. “I love the light, airy, and well-seasoned soft-shell crab with the juiciest John’s Island tomatoes, and the perfect amount of Duke’s mayo on buttery brioche. The fried chicken, well, that’s my favorite guilty pleasure. They use quality ingredients and a good ol’ cast iron-pan to fry. The meat is very moist while the skin stays super crunchy every time.” —Yoanna Tang, general manager, Chubby Fish (Left, clockwise from top) A Cincinnati chili trio: a “Coney” dog, chili and scrambled eggs, and a “five-way”; (right) owners Pete and Juli Twomey FOOD on Spruill 4262 Spruill Ave., North Charleston {Shoreline chili} Buckeye transplants: you don’t have to schlep to Ohio to find a proper chili parlor. Named one of America’s top 20 iconic dishes by Smithsonian, Cincinnati chili is a meat sauce, emboldened with Mediterranean spices, first created in the 1920s by Macedonian immigrants. At FOOD on Spruill, Cincinnati-native Pete Twomey pays homage to Ohio’s beloved Skyline Chili chain with his “shoreline chili” menu, which includes everything from a Coney with cheese (a chili and shredded cheddar-topped hot dog) to a classic “five-way” (pasta, chili, cheese, beans, and raw onions). The “eggs & such” section (featuring, you guessed it, a chili scramble) is especially appealing to early risers on their way to work. You might even catch North Charleston’s Mayor R. Keith Summey here, taking his morning meetings over a breakfast croissant. “Love the simple and relaxed diner vibe. Check out the ‘Order Here’ counter. There are hundreds and hundreds of pennies under polyurethane.” — Melinda Monk, art director (Left) Co-owners and chefs Kazu Murakami and Chris Schoedler Sushi Wa Izakaya 1503 King St. Ext. {Daikon steak} Chefs Kazu Murakami and Chris Schoedler helm this delightful sushi spot that specializes in omakase (a Japanese-style chef’s tasting menu) out of Workshop’s annex at Pacific Box & Crate. Yes, you can enjoy unctuous otoro nigiri or local shrimp burnished with miso butter. But start first by scanning the bar-top card, which offers a selection of otsumami—small snacks meant to be consumed with beer or sake—at $5 a pop. What is inconspicuously listed as “daikon” belies a marvelous creation, brought to Charleston courtesy of chef Murakami’s brother, who has owned a restaurant in Japan for more than 30 years. “It’s not exactly the way my brother does it,” says Murakami. “I gave it a twist, to go with American taste.” The radish is cut into a thick medallion, simmered in dashi with soy and mirin until supple and fork tender. Then the daikon is piped with a generous swirl of Kewpie mayonnaise, topped with the addition of shredded mozzarella and Jack cheese, and served in its umami-rich broth. “Most things we can taste in our minds and manage our own expectations. The daikon steak is the opposite: surprising and challenging, while remaining delicious and cravable. It’s one of those dishes that humbles you as a cook, making you wonder, ‘How the hell did they think of that!’” —Jason Stanhope, chef de cuisine, FIG Panadería Tlaxcalita Bakery 4892 Ashley Phosphate Rd., North Charleston {Al pastor & carne asada tacos} Make your way through this Mexican market and bakery beyond the sheet pan racks of pastries, cellophane bags of fried chicharrón pinwheels, and dangling piñatas. At the back service counter, a handmade sign hints to the bounty of antojitos for sale—street foods that will portal you away from the Lowcountry to south of the border. Order the al pastor tacos, and watch as slivers get flayed off the glistening, spit-grilled trompo (an enormous cone of stacked pork shoulder, inspired by the Lebanese lamb shawarma). There are excellent tortas, too, on crusty, fresh-baked bolilos, best when dappled with house-made salsas. While you could start or end here for a proper North Charleston taco crawl, you may want to just stay put and fill up on seconds. “You can tell a lot about a place by the way they season the meat. Panadería Tlaxcalita gets it right every time. You can taste that there’s someone in the kitchen who cares. Their green and red sauces are stellar as well.” —James London, chef, Chubby Fish Vernon Pinckney, owner and cook, uses a special “chicken fry” breading for his pork chops, pictured with collard greens; (inset) VIP Bistro’s exterior VIP Bistro 616 Meeting St. {Fried pork chop} Maybe you’ve spotted the sign beside the Highway 17 off-ramp: golden letters that form an enormous glinting diamond. No, VIP is not a nightclub. This comfort food-focused bistro, owned and run by Vernon and Catrina Pinckney (of North Charleston’s Black Diamondz), serves up rib-sticking eats in a no-frills setting. Get the fried pork chop, coated in a spicy breading, served with your choice of sides. Then finish with a slice of carrot cake, made from Vernon’s mother’s secret recipe. (Top) Owner Lyn Jones and her mother, Bining Antonio; (bottom) sinigang and lumpia Mei Thai 7685 Northwoods Blvd., North Charleston {Sinigang, tapsilog, lumpia, & kare-kare} Despite the name, Mei Thai offers an enterprising mix of cuisines, including sushi and, as of two years ago, Filipino fare. When Lyn Jones took over ownership in 2018, she added an entirely separate menu, paying homage to the traditional dishes of her home city, Manila. Those hankering for Filipino classics can find lumpia (pork and cabbage spring rolls), sinigang (savory and sour tamarind soup), tapsilog (salt-cured beef with fried egg and garlicky rice), and kare-kare (traditional peanut stew), served in a quaint dining room with cheery, mint green walls. Don’t forget halo-halo (a shaved ice confection) for dessert. “The portions are large and served family style, just like we would in the Philippines. The sinigang is the perfect level of sour so I almost always eat it all on my own. We come for the food, but also for the titas and lolas working front and back of house—the gestures, customs, and chatter that make a Sunday lunch out feel like a Wednesday dinner back home.” —Cinelle Barnes, author (Inset, left to right) Owners and brothers Mario A. Obregon and Mario C. Obregon, who spent a year perfecting his chicken recipe. In Lima, his grandmother once owned a polla a la brasa restaurant. Obregon’s spice blend is a version of what she once served. Mario’s Peruvian Chicken 1909 N. Hwy. 17, Suite a100, Mount Pleasant {Whole rotisserie chicken & all the sides} Pollo a la brasa is the chief lure at Mario’s, a fast-casual Peruvian restaurant at Sweet Grass Corner Shopping Center. Chickens are marinated for 24 hours in a paprika, cumin, garlic, and oregano spice rub, then broiled over charcoals. Owner Mario C. Obregon installed custom-built ovens with materials he and his brother (Mario A. Obregon) shipped from Lima, to ensure this popular Peruvian dish could be properly replicated in the Lowcountry. The herb-encrusted chicken, which can be ordered by the quarter, half, or whole portion, is plenty flavorful on its own, but sauces and sides rocket this meal to another level. Garlicky green beans, crunchy yucca fries, sweet plantains, and a mayo-forward coleslaw make perfect accompaniments, as do the condiments made from aji amarillo and rocoto peppers. “My whole family is completely in love with the succulent and juicy roast chicken from Mario’s. It has the crispest skin and is so tender and flavorful. Although no sauce is needed, slathering the falling-off-the-bone meat in aji amarillo is a pure delight. $23.95 gets you a whole chicken and three sides—an absolute deal. If Mario’s was even just a bit closer to my house, I would probably give up cooking altogether and feast on these birds every day.” —Cynthia Wong, pastry chef & owner, Life Raft Treats (Clockwise from bottom left) Clam strips; interior, where eclectic coastal kitsch abounds; the diner’s eye-catching exterior; (inset) owner Steven Tockmakis and daughter, Sally McClellanville Diner 9905 Hwy. 17 N., McClellanville {Hamburger steak with all the fixings, BLT, clam strips, & she-crab soup} On the way to or from Georgetown, make a pit stop at this canary yellow diner perched off Highway 17. The blink-and-you’ll-miss-it, 18-year-old outpost champions seafood, pulled right from the dock. Owner Steven Tockmakis’s she-crab soup, made from a family recipe, is ideal on a rainy day, and if you fancy, ask for a splash of sherry for that extra bit of zing. Clam strips with tartar sauce, a superlative BLT (with the perfect bacon-to-iceberg ratio), or any Southern mainstay (when’s the last time you indulged in hamburger steak?) are all hits at this roadside respite. 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The welcome and invitation to enjoy an aperitif in the lounge. The Amuse Bouche of white cabbage and apple cream through to the delicate flavour of each dish lovingly prepared was worth every penny. We were given a choice…of tables which included low relaxed seating which we chose. We shared a starter of smoked duck – remarkable. Two mains. One of scallops one of pork knuckle. Both had sauces perfectly created with passion. The beer we had was a glorious flavoursome Belgian unfiltered one. And the wine by the glass just right Prices were very fair and we left knowing that we had chosen well. The village is off the beaten track but not too far. Definitely worth it.MoreDate of visit: December 2023Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. 379antonyc5 reviewsReviewed September 5, 2022 A fabulous experience!We visited for lunchtime drinks and managed to book a table for two for the following evening. We were not disappointed. Great food, great atmosphere and friendly service, from the lovely Emilie!. We would have returned a second time, but unfortunately, this was the last…night of our holiday. I can highly recommend this place for a great evening meal. I’m sure lunch is superb also.MoreDate of visit: September 2022Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. John L139 reviewsReviewed August 29, 2022 Incroyable.Those who know L’Oree Du Bois will need no introduction. Those who don’t – do. As it has been a restaurant for 60 years, it seems incongruous to be reporting on it when surely the whole world knows L’Oree du Bois,; but then again if…they don’t – they should. In Condette is a restaurant that offers 5* food at 4* prices. By that one means that a cuisine to Michelin standard is produced at the same price as quite pedestrian food at a street cafe in Paris. Monsieur et Madame Delmotte offer a three course menu, which changes every week. Mr. Delmotte is an academic chef, Mdm. Delmotte displays the hard-won and thus highly competent professionalism that makes her a natural host, and thus everyone welcome and at their ease. One of the joys of the French language is that it draws a thin veil of surprise over ones translation from the menu, and also feints ones imagination of what is to be served. Thus it is that the visual delight upon receipt of the dish is only complemented by the pure delight of the first mouthful of the artistic presentation, a portrait of sheer talented ability on individual canvasses. Between the five of us we were able to choose all the options; none failed to amaze at how a chef is able to translate the raw materials into fascinating combinations in the individual interpretations of their concept of cuisine. Incroyable. The wine list is concise; this makes choosing easier, with no one wine lacking in excellence. It is also available by the glass, which is often preferable. Our plates left the table empty, we left the restaurant full, and vowed to return again at the earliest opportunity. Closed Wednesdays, and Sunday evenings, they serve lunch between mid-day and 1.30pm, and dinner from 7.00pm ’til 8.30pm. Be sure to book. Be sure that you will receive a great welcome, and an even greater, quite memorable, dining experience.MoreDate of visit: August 2022Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. AJB72887 reviewsReviewed October 10, 2021 via mobile WonderfulA beautiful boutique restaurant in the pretty town of Condette. A very warm welcome from owner Emilie who very kindly translated the menu into English for us. Excellent food and ambiance Lovely lounge for an aperitif beforehand Amuse bouche of mussel soup Would highly recommend…to book early 🥰MoreDate of visit: October 2021Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. sergen0el2 reviewsReviewed July 24, 2020 How does this restaurant mange to get good reviews?Everything we ate was poor – As we turned down meat “amuse-bouche”, we were offered some peanuts instead, obviously a very uninspired chef. We should have left the restaurant at that point because the rest was so insipid that we could not finish any of…the dishes – Even the bread – reheated frozen – was not good. Luckily the wine from Gascogne was worth drinking. Quite frankly we eat so much better in London, shane on this French? restaurantMoreDate of visit: July 2020Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Judith S79 reviewsReviewed September 10, 2018 Evening mealSmart modern restaurant in the pretty village of Condette. We struggled a bit with the menu as our French is rather poor so decided to go for the dish of the day. Very nicely presented and enjoyable. The desert was delicious.Date of visit: September 2018Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Mrmalesh5 reviewsReviewed July 9, 2017 Excellent mealAte here while staying in Hardelot. The owners were very welcoming and spoke good English. We had a drink in the small lounge area before dinner and were shown to our table when the food was ready. The food was of excellent quality and perfectly…cooked and presented. Overall it was a thoroughly enjoyable, relaxed evening. Would highly recommend and will certainly return when next in the area.MoreDate of visit: June 2017Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Adrian_Chatfield38 reviewsReviewed June 13, 2017 Best meal out for 5 yearsIt wasn’t cheap, but then the best things in life aren’t! The last time I raved about a restaurant, it was the Three Chimneys on Skye, one of NY Times top ten in the world at one point. This is a more ‘normal’ French restaurant,…with generous portions, artistic and delicious, spacious and friendly. If you’re heading for Calais, it’s a good stopover an hour from the port. Our campsite manager [a Frenchman] recommended it as unusually good French restaurant fare, and it is. Notable starter: carpaccio of veal. The bottle of 2012 St Nicholas Bourgeuil was Loire at its best. Generally just wonderfully mouthwatering and satisfying food experience.MoreDate of visit: June 2017Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Loiseau71 reviewsReviewed December 1, 2016 A bit disappointingI chose this restaurant for my birthday lunch after sifting through those in the Pas de Calais with a Michelin “bib gourmand”. I did quickly skim the rather mixed Trip Advisor reviews just before leaving home so was prepared for the slightly dingy exterior and…for the fact that the front room had armchairs for seats rather than traditional chairs. Parking was a slight issue, as we had dogs to leave in the car and like a quiet car park. However we found a suitable place in the street up from the Mairie. The restaurant is pretty inside, with an airy feel and a driftwood-y, seaside-ish atmosphere. We were pleasantly received, and invited to choose where we wanted to sit, so we picked a table in the very back section, which was quiet. (In the event, my partner found this area a bit cold on a chilly December day; maybe we should have gone for the middle section.) We chose the “menu découverte”, and from the two choices per course went for the butternut squash soup with scallops and bacon X 2, followed by pig’s cheek and roasted cod risotto. We were given a pre-starter of mushroom soup; slightly funny as we had both ordered soup as a starter anyway, but ok. However, I always expect those appetiser things to be zinging with intense flavours, but it was just mushroom soup – nice, but no better than I might have cooked. Menu soup was similarly ok, though not a patch on my butternut squash soup with cumin and chili (thanks, Nigella!). The bacon bits gave an interesting ‘bite’ to it though, balancing the perfectly soft slices of scallop. Both the main courses were very dull-coloured; they could have done with at least a sprig of parsley to catch the eye. My cod was perfectly cooked, though the rice seemed more the taste and texture of “pudding rice” than the arborio rice traditional for risotto. The pork cheek was pronounced excellent. Cheeses were local, and good. The sole dessert was the same as on the cheapest menu du jour – pear slices baked into an almond muffin. It was freshly cooked, and tasted fine but, again, I felt I could probably have produced that myself – not what I had hoped for on a special birthday outing…MoreDate of visit: December 2016Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. FoodFox24 reviewsReviewed November 1, 2016 Falling standardsVisited L’Oree du Bois 18 months ago and found it very good. Visited again in late October 2016 and were left with concerns about falling standards. For lunch we were told there was no a la carte, but would we like dish of the day?…Yes, and it turned out to be blanquette de veau served in a large terrine, preceded by an amuse bouche, with a small cake as desert. Limited fare, but acceptable. Visited again a few days later and were told no a la carte, but we could have dish of the day. Guess what!: blanquette de veau etc etc. First point: rather repetitive, surely. Second point, second time round the blanquette showed every sign of being heated up from the previous week. The cake was dry and crumbly – this too was a leftover from the previous week. L’Oree has enjoyed Michelin rating, but the Guide will surely remove it from the listings if such slack treatment of food (and customers) persists.MoreDate of visit: October 2016Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. LaurentPerrier277 reviewsReviewed May 16, 2016 Great restaurantWe recently had lunch here and it was a very nice experience. We were escorted to our table by a friendly lady and sat down in chairs you have to get used to. Not my first choice to sit in these kind of reclining seats…in a restaurant. We were shown the menu’s and both went for the 4 course ‘menu découverte’ which choices in starters, mains en desserts, with cheese added. For starters we had an excellent foie gras and sole in green spinach sauce. Mains were also very nice, being lamb and Barbue/Brill. We expected a cheese trolley, but received a plate with three small pieces of cheese. Our desserts of chocolate and strawberries and lemon were excellent again and made up for the small disappointment of the cheeses. Together with all of this we were fortunate to drink a fantastic 2012 Saint Romain. Staff consisted of two ladies who were very courteous and friendly. However, they were a couple of hands short during lunch time to for instance top up our wine. But for the rest they run a smooth operation.MoreDate of visit: May 2016Helpful?1 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. Reb L27 reviewsReviewed November 1, 2015 Lunch Off The Beaten TrackThis restaurant is on the edge of the village in a residential area. Had lunch here on the way to Montreuil and very glad we did. The service very good and attentive, decor modern with cool colour scheme. Food excellent, with main courses of fresh…fish being the main choice in our party plus a slow cooked pork (very tender). Would certainly go again and try dinner.MoreDate of visit: October 2015Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. micheller6265 reviewsReviewed October 29, 2015 via mobile What a shame about the waitress!!Great restauraunt for food but NOT for service! Very sour-faced waitress – what a shame! Food was very good quality – lots of local produce which we really appreciated. Visited on a Thursday evening so maybe the reason why the restauraunt was virtually empty &…the waitress seemed very keen to turn the lights off & go home!!MoreDate of visit: October 2015Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. 381ranees12 reviewsReviewed October 29, 2015 via mobile Poor serviceVisited this restaurant on a Thursday night during h/term. Our welcome was very cold. Food on the other hand was good. The service continued to be ‘poor’ and we felt that our departure would be very welcome. As we left the lights were switched off…immediately. Lovely food, shame about the service !MoreDate of visit: October 2015Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. 936dirkg112 reviewsReviewed September 23, 2015 Best restaurant in the regionWe spend some time in this region on a regular basis and time after time we come back to l’Oree du bois because it serves a contemporary, local and very well prepared cuisine that stands out in this region today. The service is very friendly…and efficient and the price is cheap if you keep in mind that all this food is freshly prepared and finished à la minute as it should be in a restaurant. Full menus are available at 30, 40 and 50 euros but you can also make your choice à la carte.MoreDate of visit: September 2015Helpful?This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more. 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