Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Saudade

Restaurant Saudade Versailles
If you are ever in Versailles and want to eat some absolutely delicious Portuguese food in a stylish setting, this is the place to go! Saudade restaurant in Saint-Louis neighbourhood, whose chef, Luis Ferraria Rocha is from Lisbon! Bon appétit, bom apetite and tchin-tchin, à sua saúde!

Si vous êtes à Versailles et que vous voulez manger un délicieux repas portugais, c'est ici qu'il faut aller ! Bon appétit et à la vôtre ! Pour toutes les infos pratiques et les soirées fado, vous pouvez consulter la page Facebook du restaurant, par ici.
Restaurant Saudade Versailles
Restaurant Saudade Versailles
Restaurant Saudade Versailles

27 comments:

William Kendall said...

The food looks tempting and the chairs look too comfortable!

Revrunner said...

VERY comfy looking chairs.

Geoff Wilkinson said...

That looks fabulous...

RedPat said...

I'm starving and this looks so good, Ciel! I better go and eat something.

Michelle said...

Looks wonderful!

Randy said...

The bread and wine sounds perfect.

Bob Crowe said...

I'd certainly give it a try but no bacalao, please. Salt cod dry and thin as paper. You can do better.

Sharon Anck said...

Oh my, my mouth is watering. The place looks so inviting and the food looks so delicious!

Kay said...

You certainly know how to photograph food! This looks like a great place!

SARA MILLER said...

What about a Fado singer to make the saudade complete. Lisbon is a fabulous town, can not understand how one can move away and leave.

Dave said...

Portugeses fish dishes are fantastic. I dont like sitting in low chairs and eating though.

Halcyon said...

It's a beautiful restaurant and the food looks delicious!

Josette T said...

tu donnes envie d'y aller

cieldequimper said...

@ Dave: I don't either. Good thing that there are normal chairs in the restaurant!

José Mendonça said...

You know how small Portugal is, with its population of just 10 million, but the variety from north to south in what concerns landscapes, climate, architecture and food is amazing. Foreign tourists love the food and you can see thyem "licking their fingers" in restaurants! :-)
I don't know the wine you chose but the Douro Valley is one of our best wine regions which was granted UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
That restaurant is called "saudade". There is no translation for such a word but it means longing/yearning.
Glad you enjoyed it! :-)

llandudnopictures said...

That is a very relaxing looking place, with mouthwatering looking food too!

Stefan Jansson said...

Sounds like a plan!

Dina said...

Such fun photos of food. And I even like the wall.

Karl Demetz said...

Schaut gut aus, rück mal was rüber ;-)

VP said...

Evocative name, great cuisine, lovely place!

LuiZ FernandoS said...

Saúde! to all

Fotolosopher said...

Jose is on his way. The only problem I see is that the seating is kinda tight. I hate to share my conversations with a half-dozen other diners. :)

cieldequimper said...

@ L., you'll have a hard time finding somewhere to eat here then! ;-)

Tahiti Daily Photo said...

Très très appétissant

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I could be overstuffed, just like the chairs :-) Great foodies!

EG CameraGirl said...

You eat some of the most delicious-looking food!

Kate said...

I think I can go get some wine, but I doubt that I can match the ambiance and menu.