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Had a wonderful lunch here on their terrace in this out-of-the-way spot. Lamb was excellent, as were kebobs we ordered. Their chocolate dessert with salted caramel whipped cream is to die for - I would go back just for that! Excellent service.
Found by chance wondering the old town following a sign on the wall. Off the main streets with a sunny terrace overlooking rooftops. The cuisine is innovative, tasty and well worth the 100m detour. The family is from Nepal and they specialise in food from...More
All the reviews suggested a great meal, and with only a Monday night in Briancon, we were delighted to see the signs all over the place advertising that this restaurant was open 7/7. Tricky to find, but at last we found it and were GUTTED...More
Date of visit: September 2014
Nicole S, Gérant at Lou Grand Caire, responded to this reviewResponded 3 September 2014
I can understand your disappointment but aren't you never sick ? Don't you never have a problems ? us yes !!! Because we are humans . It's a pity that you have a sense of critical thinking without reflection.
Don't be put off if it takes a while to find this place. It's well worth the effort but you might like to give yourself an extra few minutes to find the way as the old city of Briançon is a bit of a warren....More
My partner and I stumbled upon this restaurant while strolling through Briançon. The menu sounded so appetising we decided to give it a try, and we were not disappointed! We love trying new food, and we sampled the Nepalese dishes. It was full of subtle...More
Went to Lou Grand Caire as a meal out with friends. Off the Grande Gargouille which can seem a bit touristy sometimes. We sat inside as the was a chill in the air and had some lovely food. he meal of the day meat was...More
We ate at this little restaurant after reading positive reviews and although we weren't disappointed it didn't wow us.
We arrived at around 7.30pm and the place was empty apart from the owners and a waitress who I assumed was their daughter. A party of...More
Essentially this Restaurant has a a pretty traditional Savoyard Menu that is interspersed with Nepalese/Indian cuisine however each has been subtly influenced by the other. I'm not usually a great fan of fusion food however the quality and attention to detail of the dishes really...More