Serving a menu of reasonably priced regional specialties from France, including scrumptious dishes of traditional Alsatian cuisine influenced by next-door Germany, this unpresumptuous restaurant, featuring breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Scottsdale's Seville Shopping Center, seems to have gathered all the charms of its homeland and gathered them into a single, neighborhood French bistro plopped down in an upscale shopping mall. Don’t miss the choucroute royale with homemade, Riesling-braised sauerkraut, an assortment of French pate, and the flammekueche, the Alsatian answer to pizza.
To be closer to their daughter, Denis and Catherine Michel moved to the Valley in 2006 from their hometown of Strasbourg, the capital of Alsace, where the couple operated several restaurants for more ... More »
Of all the regions who have their own names for the Alsatian dish flammekueche, I enjoy the rest of France's best: tarte flambee, which translates as "pie baked in the flames." Mm, no wonder it's so ... More »
If you want to experience the French answer to pizza, you should order the flammekueche at La Petite France in Scottsdale, an Alsatian dish that seems to express everything that the region in northeastern France (not to mention this restaurant)... More »
Absolutely charming space, attentive service, excellent and representative Alsatian food. Not, however, enough customers on a Saturday night. If you like regional French food, do yourself a favor and patronize this place before we lose it.
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