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French chain restaurant serving mid price range cuisine in the art deco splendour of Samuel Ryder's seed hall building. Fixed price and children's menus available.

Overview

  • Dates and times: Open all day Mon to Sat 10am-11pm, Sun 10am-10.30pm.

Address and Contact info

  • Address: 29 Holywell Hill
  • Town: St Albans
  • County: Herts
  • Postcode: AL1 1HD

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Review Overview

Beautiful Building - review by marmitemaisie
Food is the same as any other cafe rouge which is fine, good choice and you can normally get a voucher to take along on certain days. But visit here just for the building, its beautiful. [Feb13] 10 Feb 13
2013-02-10T17:35:59.0000000+00:00
4
Café Rouge
Beautiful Place - review by arden1000
Cafe Rouge delivers consistently to a good standard but you're never blow away. The glass roof is amazing! especially if it rains. I've been couple of times, but struggle to walk down the hill past the other options in town. [Sep 11]
13 Sep 11
2011-09-13T23:59:22.0000000+01:00
3
Café Rouge
(happy) people in glass houses... - review by rnk

You can't have missed the beautiful, small glass palace halfway up Holywell Hill, but you may have thought 'that's just another Cafe Rouge'. This may be true, but it's worth a visit, and it's probably the best of the bunch. The setting works very well. Originally a horticultural building owned by the same Mr Ryder who founded the Ryder Cup (useless bit of trivia for you), it's been transformed into a light and airy glassy restaurant with a strangely traditional Gallic feel. Our service was excellent and we certainly ate (and drank) well. The Toulouse sausage and moules went down well as main courses, and we also enjoyed a tasty chocolate cake and creme brulee for pudding. The 'prix fixe' set menus are good value in these cost-conscious times too, so it won't hit your pocket too hard. Recommended. [May 09]

15 May 09
2009-05-15T09:01:12.0000000+01:00
4
Café Rouge

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