Restaurant 21/2A Trần Phú, Phường 3, tp. Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam Published on: 10-12-2015
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Why Le Rabelais is special ?
Le Rabelais Restaurant offers you a grand selection of culinary experiences, with Nouveau French Cuisine in its award winning Restaurant. Featuring fine dining with a delicate touch of Vietnamese infused delicacies. The majestic décor of the Restaurant is the perfect place to meet colleagues or friends for business or pleasure at any time of the day.
Le Rabelais Bar has a maximum capacity of 20 pax allowing customers intimacy with comfortable seating and a fireplace. Sometimes there is live music with a violinist and pianist. You will appreciate the atmosphere inside the Le Rabelais Piano Bar, which is very quite, warm and comfortable.
How to get to Le Rabelais?
From Dalat Train Station, go head southwest on Quang Trung St toward Nguyen Trai St. Continue onto Yersin St. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Ho Tung Mau St. Turn right at Tran Phu St to reach to restaurant.
- A Must-see restaurant in Dalat
- It's French & It's Delicious
- Classic French food in a peaceful environment
- French cuisine to perfection
- Lovely setting, nice small bar with piano
- Noise level Normal
- Budget High-end
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
21/2A Trần Phú, Phường 3, tp. Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam
Tips for you
We had the "menu plaisir" (a set menu) in The Rabelais. Consisting of 7 courses. Compared to restaurants in Europe, The Rabelais does an amazing job. The foies gras, the lamb rack or the cheeses, it was delicious! The staff and the ambiance of the restaurant make it like a fairy tale. The pianist played lovely music and the wine list is beyond fantastic. This is by far the best place in Vietnam to enjoy real French cuisine at its best. Also because of the wonderful setting at the colonial Dalat Parc Hotel. A big compliment to the chef who prepared us a wonderful meal.
As a solo business traveler, after a busy day, I like to be able to have a cocktail, read a book with dinner, and linger a bit in a quiet setting. This place was the perfect marriage of haute cuisine and emotional therapy. The staff are attentive and diligent, but if you make it clear that you want to linger and relax, they're more than cooperative. And the food is simply the best French fare you'll get in Da Lat -- or for that matter, some of the best you'll get anywhere. I particularly enjoyed the salmon in papillotte, and the cheese plate is a great finish, provided you're a serious cheese-lover. And if you're used to the prices in New York, Paris, or London, you'll be shocked at how affordable this is.